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    A TASTE OF YELLOW-LiveStrong! Cookbook

    I was honored to have been asked to host the LiveStrong event which celebrated cancer survivors and we showed our support by picking recipes with yellow in them, making, and then photographing them. Here are the recipes made.
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    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    May wine, of German origin, is Maibowle (May-bowl) made with Rhine wine or other light, dry, white wines, Sweet woodruff is thought of as a tonic, with significant diuretic and anti-inflammatory effects. Its coumarin and flavonoid constituents make sweet woodruff helpful for varicose veins. Sweet woodruff has been used as an antispasmodic, and it is given to children and adults for insomnia. Known as an aromatic ingredient in May wine, making sweet woodruff an ingredient in this punch. Modern herbalists recommend sweet woodruff as a laxative and as an antiarthritic. Sweet woodruff is mainly grown today as a ground cover liking shady areas. This has an extra touch from Lavender. May Wine Topic

    Recipe #302519

    Tasty sangria that can be adjusted to your taste, make it sweeter by using ginger ale in place of club soda. Triple Sec can also be used in place of the more expensive Grand Mariner.

    Recipe #302321

    5 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I found this in a Food Ideas magazine, and clipped it out for keeping. I have only just got around to making it and this is now my favourite way to cook corn. The family loved it and the mustard and honey is just delicous! I have also made corn and instead of microwave I put it on the B.B.Q. also very very nice!

    Recipe #302284

    1 Reviews |  By -------

    THis is a great and easy quiche that is delicious!

    Recipe #302010

    I love this recipe! It is so easy, quick, and YUMMY!!

    Recipe #301954

    1 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    A dear friend loaned me a copy of "Miriam's Kitchen" in which the author describes her MIL's cooking. One dish that fascinated me was Egg Salad with fried onions, since all the egg salads I had ever had had raw onions. One taste and I was hooked. Over time I added a few things. I hope you enjoy this yummy comfort food!

    Recipe #301915

    3 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From Chatelaine magazine. Perfect for a hot summer evening! Could use orange pekoe tea or your favorite tea instead of green tea!

    Recipe #301853

    A yummy, creamy drink found in Company's Coming Greatest Hits Mexican. For a virgin variation of this drink, omit the vodka and add an extra 3 tbsp pineapple juice.

    Recipe #301808

    My own deviled egg recipe with a little Italian flare.

    Recipe #301757

    This recipe is from the issue of February 2006 of Coup de Pouce. It is recommanded to use exotic mushrooms (oyster, shiitake, stem removed and portobello)

    Recipe #301745

    I have always prefered savoury food to sweet food, and this is a recipe I made up for a savoury version of one of my favourite sweet puddings, Bread and Butter Pudding. This savoury dish is easy to rustle up and makes a tasty supper, breakfast, brunch or lunch dish. Do try to use mature farmhouse Cheddar cheese, a little goes a long way as the flavour is so pronounced. This can be made the night before you need it, for breakfast or brunch, and then baked next morning - a great make ahead meal! NB: Do NOT use standard American style sandwich bread, it is too thin and will not crisp up!

    Recipe #301346

    5 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    A cheesy, crisp little snacky for anytime.

    Recipe #301267

    I cut this recipe out of a Kraft Food Magazine a couple of months ago. I don't know if it is perfect but it does make nice ice tea. We have only made the sweetened tea. If you want to use sweetened tea, read instructions thoroughly to make as directed.

    Recipe #300894

    From Epicurious. This can be made with shrimp instead of chicken, and mango may be substituted for the pineapple. Time does not include soaking skewers or marinating.

    Recipe #300807

    I found this on a website, and have been using it for several years for Passover. It has always been a big hit with the family. You can make this year round as well.

    Recipe #300786

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I came up with this variation of this limoncello which is lusciously creamy with the essence of vanilla and lavender. After making Kim's Recipe #296066. This is to be sipped icy cold on a hot summers day with your eye closed. Relax Ahhhhh! Making it a comforting excellent aperitif. Served chilled from the freezer in a frosted liqueur glass. Keep refrigerated with in 1 month of freezer 6 months. Try to use 100-proof vodka, which has less flavor than a lower proof one. Also the high alcohol level will ensure that the limoncello will not turn to ice in the freezer.

    Recipe #300047

    This is another recipe shared with me by my southern gentleman friend, he said his mama always used to make this for him, it is his ultimate comfort food. It's easy to keep the (2) ingredients on hand, for those nights when you just want to throw something together that everyone will eat and enjoy. It's particularly nice when you're too broke to do much, and kids love it! The "yellow" comes from the saffron in the rice. If you look in the rice section, you will find there are a few different brands of yellow, or saffron rice, it's usually in a "tube" shaped package rather than a box, & it is simply called "Yellow Rice" on the package. If you have more than 2-3 people, you may want to double it. Instead of canned chicken you can also use a cup or so of shredded or diced leftover chicken. The container sizes are approximate as I didn't have any on hand & I was going from memory, of course you could vary it by adding vegetables, cheese, whatever, but this is the easiest preparation. Apparently this "recipe" is just too easy for some; I hesitated to even put it on here because it is so basic, but sometimes it's nice to have an easy recipe that might otherwise allude us just because of it's simplicity. After all, if someone would not have shared it with me, I wouldn't have thought of it. I was accused of not putting enough information on this recipe, but I'm not really sure what other information they need, that I could include to make this ANY easier. However, I did go ahead & elaborate on the already Very simple instructions below as best as I could. I hope it's ease does not discourage other people from trying this, it really is This simple, which is why there is not more information provided.

    Recipe #299977

    Pineapple, honeydew, mango, and crystallized ginger combine to make this refreshing fruit salad. I would serve this as a side to mexican or Thai food.

    Recipe #299689

    This is a refreshing fruity drink.

    Recipe #299654

    Chocolate covered rice krispies

    Recipe #299177

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