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    I don't bake. I should. I will. I really will. Tomorrow.
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    Another one of my Scottish grandmother's recipes! I have several cheese scone recipes posted on Zaar, but this one is one of my favourites. Spring onions are also called green onions or scallions. My mum still makes these regularly and serves them filled with cream cheese (Boursin is great!) and cooked ham, a tea-time scone sandwich! Try to use a mature Scottish cheddar - my favourite comes from the Isle of Mull, but any mature farmhouse cheddar cheese will work. Another idea is to make mini versions of these scones for delightful appetisers, spread them with a filling of your choice - very welcome with a chilled wine or sherry!

    Recipe #359844

    A delectable and easy Tea Loaf with aromatic and fruity flavours! The beauty of these British and Irish style Tea Loaves or Brack, is that they are nearly always fat-free, making them a tasty snack to have with an afternoon cuppa, and without the guilt! I have added ginger for a subtle kick, and I have discovered that if you soak your fruit in Darjeeling tea, it lends a wonderful flavour to the fruit, you can use any tea of your choice however. Remember to start this Tea Loaf off the night before you wish to bake it, as the fruit steeps in the tea overnight, making them plump and moist. This Tea Loaf freezes well (in slices) and it will stay fresh for a week in an airtight tin. NB: A note on ingredient conversions to US cups; The conversion rate to US cups is very dependant on what type of sugar and flour you use - there is a different rate for white flour and wholemeal flour, as there is for caster (superfine) sugar and granulated sugar. We use weights for measurements, and US cups rely on volume!

    Recipe #263335

    When I was back home in England recently, I visited a local lavender farm called Wold's Way Lavender in North Yorkshire; we had tea and these delicious lavender scones in their delightful little tea room; this is my attempt to recreate those scones - using some of my home-grown culinary lavender from the garden here in France! I have made them several times now and they have turned out just as I remembered them, especially good if split whilst still warm, buttered and spread with lavender honey or lavender-infused cream! Just a note of interest......lavender was often used during Tudor and Elizabethan times in the preparation of a wide variety of dishes and was a particular favourite of Queen Elizabeth I. The palace gardeners were required to have lavender flowers available at all times which were used to make Conserve of Lavender (a mixture of lavender flowers and sugar) and sweet lavender tisane, a drink made with lavender flowers, boiling water and honey.

    Recipe #235618

    38 Reviews |  By Ivana*

    Love these as they are made in a flash with a few ingredients that I always have.

    Recipe #29817

    If you ever need self-rising flour and do not have any, this is what to do. It will save you a trip to the store.

    Recipe #29318

    I adopted this recipe from a M&M's cookbook. These are very good!!

    Recipe #236170

    Healthy Cooking c/o Oprah and Dr. Oz These muffins are delicious, easy to make and great for you. Enjoy them hot out of the oven and keep extra for lunchtime snacks for the kids (or you) during the week. Pumpkin is loaded with an important antioxidant, beta-carotene. Beta-carotene is one of the plant carotenoids converted to vitamin A in the body. In the conversion to vitamin A, beta carotene performs many important functions in overall health. Current studies link diets rich in foods with beta-carotene to reducing the risk of certain types of cancer and protection against heart disease. Chia seeds can be found at some health food stores.

    Recipe #317005

    11 Reviews |  By Roosie

    According to www.rochestergoodfood.com, this recipe won a red ribbon at the 1987 Arizona State Fair. Stevia is a South American herb that is virtually calorie-free and hundreds of times sweeter than table sugar. Look for it at your local health food store or at Trader Joe's.

    Recipe #97533

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Great for breakfast and the extra freeze well.

    Recipe #119224

    An unusual cornbread with pancetta, sun-dried tomatoes, and rosemary baked right in. Can be made in a 10-inch cast iron skillet or a 9 inch round cake pan.

    Recipe #368378

    Startling but addictive. A crisp, not-too-sweet, but spicy cookie, particularly if you up the peppercorns and other spices. The dough is easy to work and makes a large quantity.

    Recipe #443842

    3 Reviews |  By Doc W

    This recipe is adapted from a friend's--it makes hearty, moist muffins that are good for South Beach Phase 2 because they have no refined carbs or sugar--just oats, oat bran, flax seed, and walnuts. I make them for my partner who has high cholesterol. The flax seed substitutes for oil/butter and also makes them really fluffy; for SB you can substitute fresh/frozen blueberries or cranberries for the craisins. Note: These are NOT SWEET--they are more like a walnut-fruit bread than a sweet muffin, we prefer this. You can make them sweeter by using vanilla soy milk, but that adds sugar to this no-sugar delight. The fruit is also optional--I've made them with just walnuts and they are still delicious. Enjoy!

    Recipe #431548

    I know this recipe sounds strange, but give it a try! This recipe appeared in an editorial in the June, 2007 edition of "Our State: North Carolina" magazine. The editor compared the recipe for these biscuits to a "family secret handshake!"

    Recipe #324501

    These are an elegant addition to a Christmas cookie plate.

    Recipe #15364

    This is tooooooooooooo DIE FOR!! My mom and I can sit down and probably eat this entire thing. It is extremely simple to make and tastes wonderful. This dessert tastes best warm. It is excellent with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

    Recipe #114853

    This makes a moist, almost fluffy cornbread. This style of cornbread is quite popular in Hawaii. With all this butter, it has to taste good.

    Recipe #82830

    How quick and easy, 5 minutes to put them together and 15 or so minutes in the oven. Serve with a warm pizza or marinara dipping sauce (a jar marinara is great for this). Great with grilled chicken, steak, wings. Just so quick and easy.

    Recipe #402222

    I had some fresh chives left over that I wanted to use, and just threw this together. I was pleasantly surprised by the result, these little biscuits are very moist and flavorful. I made mine with fresh chives, but I'm fairly certain that the dried ones would be just as good. They would be good with a variety of main dishes, but I've been eating them as a snack. They're good with butter, but better with a dab of mayo.

    Recipe #356283

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