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    Sebec Lake, where I spend my summers...we have as many guests as often as possible. We eat a LOT of food!!

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    3 Reviews |  By Linda N

    This is a grown up jiggler. It has become a Christmas tradition in my family. (Sigh!) =) These are firmer than the Jello shots you may have tried before.

    Recipe #149087

    This is better than any store-bought dip I have ever tried. I use light cream cheese,but feel free to use regular for added richness.

    Recipe #222773

    A delicious side dish that hails from Scandinavia. Recipe courtesy Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh From the show: Party Line with the Hearty Boys Episode: Dinner Party

    Recipe #234881

    The figs add sweetness and texture; the strawberries add distinctive taste and refreshing tang.

    Recipe #175202

    You can use a griddle pan, a George Foreman grill or a BBQ for this. A perfect late summer dinner salad in my opinion.

    Recipe #217513

    A traditional Iranian dish made for special occasions. It is similar to American potato salad, but with chicken and lots of lemon. Very refreshing. A great summer side dish. Cooking time includes setting time.

    Recipe #194273

    8 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I found this on the back of my container of cinnamon. I kid you not. I did make a couple changes - less sugar & more cinnamon. For the crust, find my Recipe #218799. I made this for dessert tonight & it is DIVINE. It's not as dense as some cheesecakes; it was almost mousse-like. Chilling time is not included in the cook time.

    Recipe #218803

    4 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I needed a graham cracker crust so I started with the recipe on the back of the Nabisco Graham Cracker crumbs box & did some embellishing. I also cut the sugar in half. Baking for just 5 minutes 'sets' the crust and when I baked the pie, it did not burn/overcook. The results were OOH LA LA.

    Recipe #218799

    3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I arrived at this by trial & error, picking my favorite parts from many existing granola recipes and adding stuff on my own. This will fill your belly & clear out your arteries.(chant with me: fiber..fiber...fiber...) Feel free to use different nuts and/or dried fruit. But the crytallized ginger really makes it special. ;) This recipe makes a LOT - good for a crowd but it also keeps for a long time in an airtight container (or 2). This is wicked tasty. (said in my best Maine accent, lol) Enjoy!

    Recipe #258512

    1 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    The Blueberry Sauce makes this recipe. This is served at the Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast. Hope you enjoy. Cooking and Prep time are estimates.

    Recipe #132900

    Great for breakfast, brunch or dinner!

    Recipe #77644

    A delicious yoghurty milkshake.

    Recipe #93327

    Lassi are drinks made with thinned yogurt. They may be salty or sweet and flavored with fruit or with spices and herbs. This on would be called a "namkeen" or "salty" lassi and is a digestive. It may be served before or during a meal. From Madhur Jaffrey,

    Recipe #174133

    5 Reviews |  By Geema

    This recipe sounds odd, but is really savory and delicious. Please go ahead and use your fingers to mash up the ingredients, they work better than any other utensil. This is another one of those clipped out recipes that fill my dozens of recipe notebooks, and I can't give credit to the chef. Sorry.

    Recipe #52329

    This is a great appetizer. It is easy and fast and can be made up to 4 days before serving. I like to use a mixture of white, black and red peppercorns. Cook time does not include time to marinate. I always get asked for the recipe. Very pretty presentation. From Hugh Carpenter.

    Recipe #194001

    I always have at least one jar of preserved lemons made & ready to use; I use them extensively, especially in Tagines and Maghreb, (North African) cuisine. They are also wonderful when diced very finely and added to a whole chicken, or lamb for roasting. Just a small amount can enhance all types of daube, stew, casserole or crock-pot cooking. These are very easy to make & add a splash of colour to your pantry. DO try use unwaxed and untreated lemons wherever possible.

    Recipe #209590

    This is posted in honour of our very own beloved Chef Bergy aka "Her Majesty, the Queen of the Saturday Night Burger." I came up with this after browsing through her countless burger recipes and becoming hopelessly confused trying to pick just one. I hope you like this burger, Bergy! I posted this recipe out of the respect and love Zaar members have for you.

    Recipe #188911

    No. There are no sundried tomatoes in this delicious summer appetizer. It is called dried tomatoes because the tomatoes are dried (well, not completely) for 65 minutes in the oven. It is such a simple appetizer and yet so delicious. Sweet tomatoes, fresh thyme and rosmemary, garlic and goat cheese roasted in the oven... yummy, yummy! I suggest you serve this tomatoes either on individual plates accompanied by fresh, crusty bread or as a crostini topping (then it's finger food). It's from a Swiss cooking magazine called Saisonküche, the august 05 edition. I made it this weekend and will certainly make it again! Enjoy!

    Recipe #133705


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