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    3 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A delicious, thick and very satisfying smoothie. The molasses really adds to the authentic gingerbread flavor of this smoothie so please do not leave it out. This makes one very large smoothie that DH and I always split as it is so filling neither of us can finish one by ourselves. Recipe source Popsugar.

    Recipe #511697

    3 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    I came across a lot of different Salted Caramel Cashew Bar recipes this season and everyone had one reason or another as to why I would not make it. So this is my tweaked version of Tutti Dolci’s recipe.

    Recipe #510903

    1 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Yes honey butter and garlic butter are yummy but it is not the only way to flavor butter as Rachel Ray has shown us. The sweet Ginger and Pumpkin Pie were both hits this last Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #510124

    This Latin flavored soup is so flexible that it can easily be made vegan and the garnishes and spice can be increased or decreased depending on your taste. This is a nice thick soup if you like your soup thinner increase the liquid using equal amounts of stock and milk. To save time the sweet potato can be baked the night before when you are making dinner. I spotted the original recipe on pinterest and have slightly tweaked again attesting to the flexibility of the recipe.

    Recipe #509246

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    **update 01/14/2014 I have made this twice and both the first time it turned out perfect the second time I doubled the recipe, baking both loafs at the same time both took longer to get done and even thought the tooth pick came out clean the bread looked and acted a bit under done. Be forward that this is very dense and moist bread that may require some additional cook time** This interesting sounding bread was described by gimme some oven (which is also were it comes from) truly, this pumpkin beer bread recipe highlights the best parts of both pumpkin bread and beer bread. The bread was nice and tangy from the yeast, and perfectly buttery and chewy — like beer bread. But then the bread also had a nice subtle hint of pumpkin, with a few little spices — like pumpkin bread. The best thing, though, is that it is not overly sweet, like many pumpkin breads. Rather, there is just a hint of sweet and a very subtle hint of pumpkin. The perfect bread to be served with an autumn dinner, or with

    Recipe #508954

    1 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    These are delicious and took second place in a baking competition at work. Big thanks to Shelly of Cookies & Cups for this tasty creation.

    Recipe #507609

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This is a very flexible recipe. These baked apples are stuffed with nut butter (have made with both almond butter and peanut butter) and chocolate chips. **The amounts below are estimates as the amount you will need will very with how big your apple is and how much you hallow it out.

    Recipe #507361

    What better way to start an autumn morning that by having a parfait for breakfast? The kids will love helping you make this. I saw this on pinterest and traced it back to a blog called Make the of everything! and this is one of the best ways to enjoy the tasty changing of seasons.

    Recipe #506936

    A cool and tasty lunch that can be a little tricky to eat unless you buy a skinny cucumber or cut the finished sandwich into slice, I saw a photo on pinterest of a sandwich using cucumber instead of bread. Well the first try tasted good but was very had to eat because I had used a normal size cucumber and in the end cut it into bite size rounds. My second attempt was much better because I found a nice thin cucumber. I used Laughing Cow 50% less fat cheese 35 calories a wedge and 99% fat free turkey 60 calories making this not only low carb but also low fat and low cal :)

    Recipe #506729

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A easy Gremolata that we enjoy on grilled lamb and pork as well as on grilled veggies. We like to smoke eggplant than sprinkle with it a little feta cheese and top it off with this Gremolata. I usually make a double batch as my family likes to us a lot. We have also enjoyed this on Raviolis. 10 minute rest time not included.

    Recipe #506529

    I was wondering what to do for dinner without going to the store when I came across this recipe from eprcurious. I was a little doubtful of a lettuce mint salad but it worked well with these chops. Times do not include rest time.

    Recipe #506500

    With such an abundance and wide verity of tomatoes available it is nice find a salad that enjoys using a verity of them. This recipe calls for two different types of couscous so what looks like a double post in the ingredients is not it what it need to make both types of couscous. The original recipe was from Yotam Ottolenghi but I have tweaked it to make it easier to make and to give it more flavor. See tips at end of recipe. I recommend making and letting stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before serving and that time is not include in cook time.

    Recipe #506403

    I love figs and thought this recipe sound like something we would enjoy once figs come in season. This is from Mary Moran and was found on The Washington Times Communities web site. Marinade time not included and other times are estimated as figs are not in season yet so I cannot try yet. ;)

    Recipe #506394

    I came across this as I was doing research for the ZWT9 Tagine Cooking Class challenge. It comes from a blog called What’s Cooking in your World?

    Recipe #505976

    Saw Fabio Viviani make this on TV the other day, it looked so good I had to bring over. The times are estimated.

    Recipe #504367

    3 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This classic digestive tea will help alleviate bloating and trapped gas. Fennel seeds are sweet anise-flavored herbs long revered in Europe and Asia for their health benefits. The seeds contain phytochemicals, anti-oxidants, dietary fiber, alkalizing minerals (magnesium, zinc, potassium & calcium) and the vital vitamins, A, B and E. They also contain essential oil compounds that have digestive and anti-flatulent properties; and when ingested with ginger and peppermint, combine for a natural bloating remedy. Fennel tea is said to be great for nursing mothers with colicky babies. from Hail Merry

    Recipe #503368

    4 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This Greek inspired dip that can be mixed the day before and then just popped into the oven and served with nutty crackers, pita chips, crackers or toasted baguette. Posting credits to Recipes from the kitchn.

    Recipe #503314

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    What is more Greek than a Lamb Meatball Sandwich? Posted for ZWT 9 from three hundred sandwiches.

    Recipe #503289

    1 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A refreshing twist on the traditional breakfast smoothie, this drink uses Moroccan inspired flavors to create an uplifting beverage that’s sure to brighten up any morning. Created by Matthew Biancaniello, Mixologist at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel’s Library Bar.

    Recipe #503244

    4 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This is a great way to use left over rice and meat. Posted for ZWT 9 and was posted to the web by dinaispo.

    Recipe #503238

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