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    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Lets talk comfort food! I'd even make this for Valentines day If you and your Loved One loves garlic you can't go wrong! Roasting the garlic make it so smooth and yummy. Roast an extra bulb of garlic to serve with a crisp French bread. Roasting garlic mellows and sweetens the garlic.

    Recipe #54186

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    You have the sweetness from the figs and raisins the tangy creamy herby cheese "Balsamic Herbed Marinade for Goat Cheese recipe #51647" or store bought and the crunch from the nuts. What more can I say! This summer I want to try this grilled I'll let you know how it is.Well I did make it and I did enjoy it!I found the crunchy, creamy filling pretty good and the leaves gave it a chewy, salty texture. I made 25 stuffed grape leaves and used 1 tablespoon of the filling for each. I think less would make it just to leafy. I'd say a grown-up, tasty, healthy treat! Take a look under my photos and you can see step by step on how to roll them. Check here for step x step photo http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=250725

    Recipe #84883

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Damper is a traditional Australian bread, made without yeast, and commonly made on a campfire in a cast iron camp oven. This is tweeked from Margaret E. Walker article in Outback Camping When Margaret was asked her what kind of tasty cheese, and learned that the word 'tasty' is used in Australia the way 'sharp' is used in the US. We thanked Margaret for helping us learn and had a good laugh at the thought of eating non-tasty cheese.

    Recipe #175061

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The tangy tartness of sorrel is nicely balanced with the cream to make a refreshing soup served cold for those hot days of summer but just as good served hot. Great to put into a thermos for a summer picnic.

    Recipe #171076

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Eggs should be as fresh as possible and at room temperature. Salt should be added at the table to avoid toughening the omelet.

    Recipe #160338

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These are savory fritters filled with pineapples, habanaro, chives, garlic, turmeric and are very addictive. Serve as an appetizer, top some grilled meats, seafood or a side to a salad. Diced red pepper mix along the pineapple would be very good in this as well.

    Recipe #160331

    24 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Dry Jerk Seasoning Mix

    Recipe #156341

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found and tweaked from a down under sight!

    Recipe #139705

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Louis XIV more over or join me in enjoying my soup. I tried to get ever type onion I could find in my grocery store into this soup. Nine of the ingredients are in the genus Allium family. If you want to stick to one, two or 9 kinds of onion thats fine. But do give it a try! The rich flavor of the base is from the caramelized onions so be sure to have time for them. Sherry is used to enhance the caramelized onion flavor and to deglaze the pan. Bread slices need to be completely dry and toasted to hold the yummy cheese and stay afloat.

    Recipe #203544

    Heat your bodies and soul with this rich soup.

    Recipe #203464

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This bread is made with Habanero cheddar cheese, Pepper Jack can be used. The cream cheese gives the bread a nice texture. But it's not really all that hot, just a hint of heat! This is great for Spinach dip. Any left over bread be great for grilled cheese, monte cristo's, or a savory bread pudding!

    Recipe #186414

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Keep the summer with you by collecting herbs that you dried and enhance upcoming fall and winter meals. This is a robust mixture of herbs that I dried from my garden. A take on the traditional Herbs de Provence. Great in ratatouille, soups, stew or stuffing's. Complements any roast lamb, chicken, beef or pork dishes, Sprinkle oven roasted veggies, fries or anything grilled. Jar for gifts!!! Or cut back the recipe for self use it will last 3-6 months.

    Recipe #183096

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I use my Candied Walnuts Recipe #91909 which gives this salad an extra crunchy sweetness Replacing the cinnamon with nutmeg.A food processor used to slice the cabbage and onions makes this a very quick salad to make.

    Recipe #179192

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Similar to an Italian frittata or an Arab eggah; it's thick and fluffy, and stuffed with herbs, vegetables, or meat. It may be eaten hot or cold — it keeps well in the refrigerator for two or three days. Served as an appetizer, side dish, or light main dish with yogurt or salad and bread. Kukus are traditionally made on the stovetop, but this oven version is much simpler. A fresh herb kuku such as this one is a traditional New Year's dish in Iran. The green herbs symbolize rebirth, and the eggs, fertility and happiness for the year to come. • Advieh, a spice mix is available online at www.sadaf.com. • Dried barberries, which add a sour flavor to many Persian dishes, are available online at www.sadaf.com. "I like to use the dried fenugreek leaves in the batter, and also some red barberries on top for color," says Batmanglij. "Sauté them with a little oil and a teaspoon of sugar, then sprinkle them on top of the kuku just before serving."

    Recipe #233650

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is so Rich and Fresh, Very Intense and Easy to make so forget the bottled clam juice or fish stock. This stock is made from the basics so do save and freeze your "scraps" (onion skins, garlic skins and roots, carrots, bell pepper, celery ends, scallion ends, fresh herb stems, onion roots, asparagus bottom trimmings, etc. and of course shrimp shells. Use in anything that calls for seafood stock or clam juice or to make rice, fish stews, gumbo and jambalaya's. It's a shame to discard all the goodness and it is so expensive that it would be a sin to buy. Because it cost you almost NOTHING! Just pennies! So never discard a shell, just freeze and then make rich yummy stock. You can reduce this shrimp stock for more intense flavor.

    Recipe #247957

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I used Recipe #216628 as a base for this recipe using cheddar, scallions and chives. It is filling! Serve with a salad of baby green.

    Recipe #256659

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A potato salad loaded with fragrant herbs.

    Recipe #379250

    Try this as a dry rub or add it to water for a brine. Sprinkle a touch into soup or a dressing. Possibilities are endless........ This is a very workable recipe. Just use the sugar and salt as is and add any dry ground ingredients you prefer equalling 3/4's cup of herbs and spices. Make this for gifts packed in dark glass with a description on a label. I know I have mine in cute little sacks, But that was to make my shipping charges lower.

    Recipe #395674

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I like to use this when I reach for salt, So I lower my intake of salt and kick up the flavor of what I cook. I used home grown herbs that I dried whole. Leaves that are loosely packed into measuring cups. So if using store bought do take note the amounts of the whole herbs would be a lot less. I guesstimate my 2/3's. Great to season any game, roast beef or roast poultry. Season roast veggies, stuffing, rice or potatoes. How about a touch on your eggs. I do like heat but I kept it down in this using only peppercorns. You can add chili powder to really make it hot!

    Recipe #396007


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