A menagerie of recipes submitted from particpants in the Fall Cookbook Swap 2008.
Thank to you all the Zaar friends who participated and made this lovely cookbook for all to share.
Thank you Laurelie41 for making this a great swap.
Love your crockpot? This sounds awesome and different and SO easy to make. 5 ingrediants to a wonderful dinner ready when you are. Adopted this recipe from Busy Woman's Slowcooker Recipe. Cookbook Swap fall 2008
cooking ime includes time in crockpot
A great sounding recipe that comes from Nebraska's KFOR 1240 AM Problems & Solutions Cookbook Featuring Winter Favorites. My fall 2008 cookbook swap partner KGCOOK sent me the cookbook along with many other wonderful cookbooks to read. Can sizes are approximate sizes, recipe calls for small cans of peas and mushrooms.
Another recipe adapted from a cookbook set I received in the Cookbook Swap 2008 from Midwest Maven. A little different than the other peanut butter trifles posted here. Again, cook time is actually chilling time.
This was taken from the jelly half of "The Magic of Skippy Peanut Butter and Juicy Welch's Jelly Gift Set", which was sent to my by my partner Midwest Maven in the Cookbook Swap 2008. Serve this with dippers like cake cubes, peanut butter cookies, or whatever else strikes your fancy.
This was adapted from a cookbook boxed set ( The Magic of Skippy Peanut Butter and Juicy Welch's Jelly Gift Set) that I received from my partner (and Fall PAC 2008 mom) Midwest Maven in the Cookbook Swap 2008. :)
Note: cooking time is actually chilling time
From 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook which was given to me by my swap partner MaField in the Cookbook Swap 2008. This is a nice kick to the standard salsa dips. 2 hours chill time needed before serving. **Updated 10/2009** Due to Lipton not making their soup mix available in the stores any longer, I'm suggesting following rickaholic's hint of using Knorr's Herb & Garlic Soup Mix.
Found in the 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook. This book was given to me by MaField during the 2008 Cookbook Swap. I love peanut butter and the flavors in this dip work well with apples, cantaloupe, and bananas.
From the 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook given to me by my sweet swap partner MaField during the Cookbook Swap in 2008. I'm planning on using this for holiday gifts this year. I really liked the flavor of the cranberries in this mix. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks.
This recipe is from Raising the Salad Bar; a wonderful book I received from the Cookbook Swap. Serve this great salad with some crusty bread and you have meal to remember.I would make this with cherry tomatoes because I am no a big fan of sun-dried tomatoes. To serve this as a vegetarian meal omit the chicken and serve with roasted vegetables.
This is one of the recipes from Raising the Salad Bar, a book I received in the Cookbook Swap.This is a simple, classic combination of arugula,avocado and shaved Parmesan cheese with a lemony dressing.
Here's a recipe from the 2006 William-Sonoma cookbook, 'desserts' & is right up my alley, what with rice combined with these nuts! If serving the pudding cold, the preparation time does not include time needed to chill!
This was found in the Sun-Maid 'fruit & sunshine recipe book' that I received during a recent cookbook swap! With 'lemon' & 'garlic' & 'chicken' how could I not post it here! Prepartion & cooking time does not include time to cook the brown rice (about 1 hour)!