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    All these recipes have no more than 4 reviews. I hope you will enjoy the recipes in this game book. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time try my recipes, I certainly appreciate it.
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    I created this cocktail for my young neighbor Cole. She turned 19 last week and wanted a fruity cocktail. I hope that you will enjoy this tasty treat as much as she did.

    Recipe #508116

    This recipe has been posted for play in ZWT9 - Scandinavia. This recipe was found on the web; on a site talking about the Faroe Island . This coffee sounded positively wonderful to me. So glad that I tried this incredible tasting treat. The spiced whipped cream is out of this world. If you don't like coffee try it with dark hot chocolate you won't be sorry.

    Recipe #503721

    This recipe has been posted for play in ZWT9 - Scandinavia. This recipe is from a website called Sons of Norway. This is an authentic Norwegian recipe posted by Astrid Karlsen Scott. During July, the traditional Norwegian Holiday season, German and Nordic-style cakes and pastries, such as sponge cakes and Danish pastry (known as "wienerbrød", literal translation: "Viennese bread") share the table with a variety of home made cakes, waffles and cookies.

    Recipe #503558

    This recipe has been posted for play in ZWT9 - Greece. This recipe is from website: Realgreekrecipes.blogspot.ca. Delicious, traditional Greek dessert, from recipe used in the homes of local Greek mothers and grandmothers! This is a refreshing and easily prepared cake for the summer months, prepared with Greek strained yoghurt. Although it can be eaten warm straight from the oven, it is best eaten when it is cold.

    Recipe #503156

    This recipe has been posted for play in ZWT9 - Greece. This recipe is from website: Realgreekrecipes.blogspot.ca. A delicious, refreshing pie for the hot summer months! It can be served warm, or cold with ice cream. Please Note: Time is not included for filo pastry to dry out.

    Recipe #503155

    This recipe has been posted here for play in ZWT9 - Morocco. This recipe is from : Good Food magazine, February 2005. A simple vegetarian soup, served with flatbread for your enjoyment.

    Recipe #503143

    This recipe has been posted here for play in ZWT9-Morocco. This recipe is from website : Moroccan-Food.com. Khobz is the Moroccan and standard Arabic word for bread and refers to oven-baked bread which is shaped into round, flattish loaves with lots of crust. During a traditional Moroccan meal, khobz often replaces utensils such as forks or spoons as it is used to scoop up meat, vegetables, sauce, salads, dips and more.

    Recipe #503137

    This recipe is posted here for play in ZWT9 - Greece. This recipe is from website : greekfood.about.com These delicious small pancakes are generally served as dessert, but can certainly be adapted to breakfast or brunch. Made without milk or eggs, they are slightly crunchy. The key to getting an authentic taste is to use black currants. Make sure to keep the pancakes nice and small. If they're too large, they will burn on the outside before the inside is done.

    Recipe #503135

    This recipes has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Cajun/Creole. The recipe is from cookbook: Cajun Cooking by Better Homes and Gardens. Ham and hot pepper jazz up the flavor of this colorful bean and tomato soup. Hope you will enjoy this quick and easy to make dish!

    Recipe #503131

    This recipes has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Cajun/Creole. The recipe is from cookbook: Cajun Cooking by Better Homes and Gardens. Chicory makes dark, rich Louisiana coffee special. In the 1800's, cafe brulot bowls, ladles and cups were traditional wedding presents for New Orleans brides.

    Recipe #503129

    This recipe has been posted for play in ZWT9 - Greece. This recipe is from website: greekfood.about.com Greece is known for its olive oil and for fabulous sweets and the tradition of sweets made with olive oil is centuries old. These fabulous twice-baked cookies do not need to be dunked in coffee, tea, or milk but they are perfect for it.

    Recipe #503128

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Cajun/Creole. This recipe is from cookbook Cajun Cooking by Better Homes and Gardens. It is said that early settlers hushed their barking dogs by tossing them these bready little morsels. I know I'd stop barking for a few of these....Yum!!

    Recipe #503126

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 - Cajun/Creole. Recipe from cookbook The Complete Illustrated Book of Herbs. This rub is wonderful on beef, chicken, lamb or pork.

    Recipe #502942

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Morocco. This recipe is from cookbook: Fight Back with Food. This is a nice thick, creamy, spiced carrot soup. The cilantro garnish provides a fresh, clean finish.

    Recipe #502940

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 - Cajun/Creole. Recipe from cookbook The Complete Illustrated Book of Herbs. Homemade rubs and marinades enrich the flavor and aroma of meat, chicken, fish and vegetables, especially when barbecuing or roasting.

    Recipe #502927

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 – Cajun/Creole. This recipe is from cookbook: the spice kitchen everyday cooking with organic spices. We loved this savory and spicy popcorn, hope you will also. Nothing better than crunchy popcorn, thats been buttered and spiced.

    Recipe #502858

    Try my saucy wench pizza, a new taste experience awaits you. A Thai inspired treat with a sweet chilli, ginger and lime sauce dressed with chicken, red peppers, mushrooms, black olives, green onion, mango and cheese. Garnished with fresh herbs and a drizzle of peanut sauce. You may substitute your favorite pizza dough recipe or store bought dough, if desired.

    Recipe #501154

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. The recipe was found at Wattie’s - Food in a Minute website. Love Asian food but haven’t tried making it yourself? This tasty fried rice dish with succulent prawns, Asian sauces and a chilli kick is a great place to start. Reheating cooked rice requires caution due to a bacterium that can cause food borne illness. When dealing with cooked rice you should refrigerate as soon as cooled and do not reheat more than once. Because this recipe uses cooked rice it should not be reheated again. Discard any leftovers.

    Recipe #482595

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. The recipe was found at Wattie’s - Food in a Minute website. Here’s a delicious dessert to impress, serve with delicious Orange and Maple Syrup Sauce. Crepes may be pre-made and frozen. If freezing, place a sheet of grease proof paper between each crepe, when cold wrap tightly in cling film and freeze. To serve, thaw and heat for a few seconds in the microwave, fold and cover with the hot Maple and Orange Sauce.

    Recipe #482592

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. This recipe was found at Wattie’s - Food in a Minute website. Filo pastry is easy to use, it’s light and flaky. This sounds like a truly lovely treat, perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even a light dinner.

    Recipe #482589

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