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    12 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A great way to turn unwanted bread scraps into a useful ingredient, with variations for making dry bread crumbs. Cook time is for the dry bread crumbs.

    Recipe #392730

    Salmon is one of the few fishies I like, so I need lots of recipes so it isn't the same old thing.

    Recipe #391684

    I always associate autumn with cranberries. Here is an elegant liqueur that's really easy to make (and a treat to receive as a Christmas or hostess gift). If giving as a gift, be sure to allow enough time (in days) for the fruit to fully infuse the liquor. Cooking time is actually infusion time. UPDATE: After the liqueur is made, try using it to make Rita L's cocktail A Jolly Christmas Special Cosmo or Red Hot Lovers Cosmo (recipe #109007), or if you give the liqueur as a gift, you might want to give the recipient a copy of Rita's recipe to go with it!)

    Recipe #103136

    2 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    While similar in ingredients to other recipes posted, I didn't find one that was exactly the same. This recipe came with my Kitchen Aid Ice Cream maker and is our favorite. The Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink credits Thomas Jefferson with bringing "French-style" ice cream, made with egg yolks, to America.

    Recipe #372281

    4 Reviews |  By Katzen

    I was inspired by the Harvest Grain Blend that King Arthur Flour sells, but being in Canada, the cost of shipping is prohibitive enough to make me come up with my own version. Add 1/2 to 2/3 cup to your favourite bread for extra crunch, flavour, and nutrition! I suggest replacing 2 tbsp of each cup of flour with the mixture as a starting point. I've also added some barley flakes and 7 grain cereal to my mix. Store in a tightly sealed container. Another way to use the mix is to make a "soaker", which you do by pouring 1 cup of hot water over 2/3 cup of the mix, and allowing it to soak overnight. Then add this to your bread mix, ensuring to subtract out the 1 cup of water and 2/3 cup of flour from the recipe you're working with.

    Recipe #384672

    Making for my friends for the holidays...

    Recipe #273209

    If you love junk food, you'll love these! Potato chips, white chocolate, powdered sugar and more! These are fun and tasty!

    Recipe #262180

    This recipe came from Trisha Yearwood, who married Garth Brooks and wrote a cookbook called Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma kitchen with a forward by Garth Brooks himself! Gotta try these! :) Be sure to use paper liners in the muffin tins and spray them with nonstick spray; otherwise, they will crumble when you peel off the liners. This recipe also makes great mini muffins; just shorten the baking time by 5 minutes. You might also try using oat flour instead of all purpose for a healthier muffin.

    Recipe #398780

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Lovely start to any dinner. This recipe was originally published in Canadian Living Magazine

    Recipe #15925

    This is another terrific recipe from one of the cookbooks my wonderful friend and swap partner Tammie sent to me in the February 2009 Cookbook Swap. The book is called "The San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market Cookbook" and it features wonderful recipes as well as a lot of information on fruit and vegetables as well as organic farming. Its great! The Cake itself has a wonderful crunchy yet doughy crust and a tasty filling. Its easy to make and quite quick, too. I used frozen rhubarb and thats why I had quite a lot of juices in the dish, but if using fresh that should be no problem at all.

    Recipe #362308

    This cleanser is so simple. You probably already have the main ingredient in you cupboard. It leaves your sink and your pots sparkling clean without the use of harsh chemicals or perfumes.

    Recipe #311883

    6 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Refreshing summer drink.

    Recipe #185216

    2 Reviews |  By Prose

    Save money with this lovely smelling spray that is good for your home, your health, and the environment! Use whatever essential oils you like. Lavender is a natural disinfectant and very relaxing. Tea tree oil is a natural anti-fungal, great for mildewy bathroom surfaces.

    Recipe #320184

    I can hardly wait to lay tongue on this. It's from "Breaking the Food Seduction" by Dr. Neil Barnard.

    Recipe #312159

    Grilled herbed salmon (whole) over spaghetti aglio olio. Salmon is good for you, and so is chilli (some say!). Combine the 2, with your favourite pasta, and you get salmon aglio olio ...

    Recipe #335898

    I found this recipe on the Geocities Website. Whipped it up for lunch today and these fritters are devine. Light and tasty and they go down a treat. The recipe notes that Basil is the secret ingredient in this recipe.

    Recipe #356997

    2 Reviews |  By seesko

    Forget spending money on all those meal replacement bars that have a bad after taste. Make your own with this great recipe. I found it online somewhere. These are great to eat before a hard workout. Each bar has around 200 calories. I don't recommend this one for weight loss because it does have a higher fat content. If you are trying to lose weight check out some of my other meal replacement bar recipes.

    Recipe #260069

    8 Reviews |  By ChrisMc

    This is a recipe I came across in a cookbook I had had for some time, and finally decided to make. It was made very clear to me that this was a recipe which I had better make again, as it went over VERY well. This also works with pieces of a whole chicken, but the thighs are just the right size and shape to work well. Prep time includes marinating time (in a pinch you can marinate for about 15 minutes and go).

    Recipe #53629

    The vampire in me love rare red meat. I barely cook my meat, but for the non-vampires, please use your meat thermometer to reach desired meat doneness. 130 degrees for rare, 140 or medium rare, if you like well done meat, I don't think this dish is for you.

    Recipe #295365

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