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    I replaced standard cucumbers with lemon cucumbers from our garden! Adapted from with a nod and hat doff to another site ( for the hummus idea. If you dislike mint, try another fresh herb: basil is always an excellent choice, lovage, salad burnet or good ol' parsley. For a more substantial meal, add greens-arugula, baby spinach, loose leaf lettuce; perhaps some finely minced shallots, heirloom toms, ad infinitum...

    Recipe #384276

    ...for 2! From Best Recipes. Begoirra!

    Recipe #176212

    From The original recipes calls for two pounds of apples but I liked it better with half that amount. I used a combination of cheeses: medium and sharp Tillamook cheddar, imported English Farmhouse and about one half cup of imported smoked Dorset. I think the smoked cheese really puts this soup over the top.

    Recipe #472069

    No, no! Heaven's no not [that] kipper (herring)! This is Tasty Dish's version of Kipper the Dog's and Tiger's picnic sandwich (at least from what we've been able to ascertain) Kipper and Jake go on a picnic and Kipper eats cheese sandwich while Tiger's enjoys his jam sandwich..or something to that effect. Use your child's favorite type of cheese and bread and favorite jam flavor. We tried Tillamook cheddar cheese slice and Dave's Killer Bread 'Good Seed'-both made here in Oregon. Conveniently, my homemade strawberry jam I made back in July was a winning combination with the cheese and bread.

    Recipe #471689

    'Curly-locks, Curly-locks, wilt thou be mine? Thou shalt not wash the dishes, nor yet feed the swine; But sit on a cushion, and sew a fine seam And feed upon strawberries, sugar, and cream.' -Mother Goose

    Recipe #478158

    From I have no objections if you want to substitute other berries in this beverage.

    Recipe #429065

    Close your eyes and imagine this spread on a freshly baked scone... Adapted from by reducing the lemon juice and increasing the amount of lemon verbena leaves.

    Recipe #385463

    Pears, plums, berries, under-ripe bananas, etc. can be substituted for the apples-depending on the season. Muscovado replaced plain ol' brown sugar, honey for maple syrup, heavy cream for milk, one teaspoon ground cinnamon in original recipe was replaced with Recipe #266688-in my lame attempt to "anglicize" the recipe. For our small family, this recipe was cut in half (although with the same amount of fruit) and I also baked the pancake in an eight inch cast iron skillet instead of a pie pan. Puffy pancake pulls double duty as both a breakfast entree and dessert. Local recipe.

    Recipe #412761

    I'm cooking with lemon verbena and berries as much as I can before the season is over. A simple, basic and light vinaigrette will work: oil (olive, grape seed, walnut, etc.), vinegar (white balsamic, champagne, fruit), salt and cracked black pepper. Use any easy candied nut recipe of your choice. CG Original.

    Recipe #386023

    From Jamie Oliver's cookbook The Return of the Naked Chef. I would like to personally thank Recipezaar member French Tart for posting this recipe for me by request in the Celebrity Chefs' forum. She has kindly given me permission and her blessing to post it on the site. Thank you and mercy buckets, French Tart!

    Recipe #300814

    My favorite teahouse hangout closed "shoppe" and now I'm left with only the memories of my beloved Lavender Blue tea! I tried my best to replicate it here. Let me know how well I succeeded. Do use your fanciest teapot, tea cups and saucers for drinking your tea. Dedicated to all my Aussie, Kiwi, British, tea-drinkin' Zaar friends, et al!

    Recipe #151236

    This is from the book "Giant Book of Bread Machine Recipes" by Norman A. Garrett. I don't know how "authentic" the recipe is but it makes the house smell wonderful! Some of the ingredients and amounts were adjusted. I usually prepare two loaves of this bread-slicing up one loaf when it's day old and freezing later for french toast. Try adding chopped walnuts to this bread recipe!

    Recipe #103186

    From The Pooh Cook Book. Updated by me a little. The optional creme fraiche condiment (which adults will probably like better than children) was found on a blog somewhere. Be sure the bread you use in this recipe is fresh and soft.

    Recipe #320959

    The staff here at CGTD Institute found the inspiration for this recipe from Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland' story. A fun yet simple cooking project designed for the wee tots.

    Recipe #384341

    About a week ago I found a really good quality imported "extra mature farmhouse cheddar" cheese from the UK and decided to test it in this recipe which was recently featured on Use the best ingredients you can if at all possible: homemade bread and mayonnaise, etc. Q: I don't intend to step on any toes (especially British ones) but don't you think bacon/rashers would be delicious in this sandwich? A. yes. The bacon is optional of course. The husband discovered my secret stash of the farmhouse cheddar cheese and now most of it is gone! :/ Serving suggestion that we enjoyed with our sandwiches: Recipe #272915, hard boiled eggs and fresh fruit. I believe this is my first English recipe posted here but the fine English people have no cause for concern.

    Recipe #417292

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