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    Dienia's best of 2012

    i had to keep it at 40. i had several other recipes that could have easily been here . check out these they are all worth making
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    Recipe #316669

    Years ago, I discovered this wonderful cognac-based drink with a distinctive French origin. It has only two ingredients, and I have experimented with different brands until I discovered what combination I preferred the most--but do experiment on your own to find out what brands you prefer. It's more of an after-dinner drink to sip and enjoy as you slowly savor every last bit of it. And I really do hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #392561

    10 Reviews |  By loof

    Another great tailgating recipe - these are yummy hearty burgers! From "5-Ingredient Grilling"...

    Recipe #439465

    This is a classic flat bread of India. We have this almost every time we cook an Indian meal. This is based on a recipe from Madge Rosenberg's The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever -- Ethnic Breads .

    Recipe #270882

    16 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Broccoli is loaded with lots of vitamins A and C and several minerals, it is one of the most healthful veggies. This is a spiced up version that is low in fat and not low on flavor. The recipe comes from Williams Sonoma Essentials of Healthful Cooking.

    Recipe #109418

    The saltiness of the cheese just complements and brings out the juicy sweetness of the watermelon. This salad is lightly dressed with oil and vinegar. From "The Great British Kitchen" published by the British Food Trust.

    Recipe #481898

    From Aussie Cooking.com posted for ZWT8 but have never tried them. They are pretty simple and sound tasty!

    Recipe #484123

    This is a recipe that I found in Steven Raichlen's "The Barbecue Bible" for Brazil. You can also make this in a vegetarian form by leaving out the bacon and increasing the oil to 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #456438

    This is a simple, yet tasty way to make creamed corn. For this recipe fresh corn is used and the milk from the cobs are scraped out. From "Fine Cooking" magazine.

    Recipe #482761

    Red kidney beans are very nutritious. They are, however, harder to digest than other beans, which is why they're traditionally cooked with seasonings that help break them down, such as ginger. Use spices that are as fresh as possible--their health benefits, let alone their flavors, will be more potent that way. Garam masala is a mixture of warming spices; find it at Indian grocery stores or gourmet groceries. From Sunset. Cooking time does not include the time needed to cook your rice or cook dried beans, if using.

    Recipe #482631

    3 Reviews |  By Paris D

    We haven't tried this yet, but I wanted to post it for ZWT8. I don't often find low-fat southwestern recipes, so I was excited to find this. Prep time includes cooking rice.

    Recipe #482353

    An absolutely spectacular dessert! Recipe found in an old cookbook called More Fun and Flavour With Spices. You can use the crepe recipe I'm including or use your own favourite recipe. The crepes can be made ahead of time and frozen. Simply reheat them in a slow oven (I would wrap them in foil to prevent hardening). The cooking time does not include the 1 hour stand time for the crepe batter.

    Recipe #455975

    A friend gave me this recipe. Very fluffy, light and morish! Yoghurt makes this a little different, plus adds to the light texture.

    Recipe #461358

    An Italian soda is a refreshing combination of flavored syrup and sparkling water mixed in a cup of ice. The addition of half-and-half turns an Italian soda into a cremosa/creamosa or French soda. Don't use milk because it will separate. If you've ever purchased either an Italian or French soda, you know how expensive they can be. Make your own!

    Recipe #476807

    When I make these cookies, most of them get gobbled by non-celiacs... Nobody ever realised they were gluten free.

    Recipe #342237

    A lovely breakfast of fresh apple and oats. Such tasty and healthy way to meet the day. The amount will easily double.

    Recipe #204842

    A recipe from Ricardo posted for ZWT8 India

    Recipe #485256

    A recipe from Ricardo posted for ZWT8

    Recipe #485268

    From Closet Cooking Blog Site. Since it takes extra effort to blister the jalapeno peppers, which can also be done in a toaster oven, prepare several and refrigerate for additional sandwiches.

    Recipe #471266

    The recipe says that if you don't have mint, it is still delicious without it. Posted for ZWT-8-AUS/NZ. Makes 2 1/4 cups without sparkling water - 4 glasses.

    Recipe #482972

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