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    Fantasy Food

    When I look through the masses of delicious recipes I have saved on here I find myself dreaming of a day when calories, cholesterol and ceoliacs are not an issue,,,yes I know ,,it's not gonna happen, but I can dream. But I have created a fantasy cookbook for if that beautiful day comes, I have even included some delicious gluten free recipes just because they are delicious despite being gluten free. As you can tell from the amount of recipes, I fantasize about food ALOT.
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    30 Reviews |  By JulieS

    This is an old favorite of my mothers. She made it every Christmas time. So it holds good memories for me. Besides, it's out of this world.

    Recipe #145346

    NO KIDDING--these are BETTER than you buy at the store!

    Recipe #95145

    13 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    This taste just like the BBQ pork that the Asian market in our area sells. Believe the original recipe may have come from Cooking Light.

    Recipe #374162

    The trick to this recipe is "drying out" the noodles, more work but makes a big difference in the finished recipe. You don't have to dry the noodles if you don't want to. This recipe is for a large amount because I freeze some for a later meal. Please feel free to downsize your servings. The amount of servings and cook time are approximate depending on how big of a batch you make.

    Recipe #186806

    This traditional supper dish of sausages, bacon, onions and potatoes dates back at least as far as the early eighteenth century. It seems to be more of a city dish than a rural one: it was a favourite of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels and dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. In Dublin itself, coddle retains its reputation as a dish that can be prepared ahead of time and left in a very slow oven while the people who're going to eat it have to be out of the house for a while - making it an excellent dish for very busy people! The name of the dish is probably descended from the older word caudle, derived from a French word meaning "to boil gently, parboil, or stew". The more recent version of the verb, "coddle," is still applied to gently cooked eggs, "Coddled Eggs". Please note, the sausages used should be the best quality 100% pork sausages you can get your hands on! This recipe would also work VERY well if cooked in a crock-pot, reduce the liquid by about half if cooking the coddle this way. Serve with Guinness and Irish soda bread. Although this is an easy to prepare one pot meal and its simplicity belies its amazing taste and flavour - comfort food at its best! Sláinte.

    Recipe #288885

    This is a popular Southeastern USA breakfast casserole that may be refrigerated overnight before baking the next morning.

    Recipe #270670

    A Nigella Lawson recipe printed in the December 2001 issue of Good Food magazine. I'll be making this for Easter Sunday lunch. It takes 24 hours to cook, but that's almost entirely passive cooking time, so this is really a simple recipe!

    Recipe #160915

    5 Reviews |  By Jini

    My brand new husband described this pie as his mother made it. I developed the recipe from his description and the entire family relished it throughout our 52 years of marriage.

    Recipe #79534

    A mouth watering yummy pork chop Asian style. Double the recipe, you'll want more. :)

    Recipe #54715

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Tart Granny Smiths balance the caramel sweetness of brown sugar and Southern Comfort.

    Recipe #159870

    I almost didn't want to share this ribs recipe because this is one of the dishes that I make that keep my sons coming back home! These can be done with baby back or regular pork ribs. I have also made split chickens this way. The ribs are tender, moist and just slide off of the bone. I know that your family will love them just as much as my family does. I noticed that some are unable to find hickory smoked salt. You can use smoked paprika or just brush the ribs with liquid smoke before applying the rub. The smoke flavor is nice because it helps give the ribs a cooked-on-the-grill flavor. Also, the easiest way to remove the membrane is to work a spoon, or I use the tips of my kitchen shears, into the bottom center of the membrane, work it back and forth to form a "pocket," then I slide my thumbs in and work the membrane off from the center outward to the ends.

    Recipe #107786

    Savory with just a hint of sweetness, this pork chop is one of my husband's favorites. It whips up in no time and served with a quickly stir-fried veggie and rice, it makes a complete meal in under 30 minutes.

    Recipe #124290

    This is a yummy savory strudel filled with ham, rice, and cheese. From the Junior League of Rochester, NY.

    Recipe #415655

    I have adopted this recipe from Mean Chef. This is one of my favorite recipes. The pork is sweet, succulent and falling apart tender. Fabulous served alone, on rolls, in tortillas.

    Recipe #26257

    My local deli sells the most amazing Butifarra which is the perfect ingredient for this recipe, and they are naturally gluten free. If you don’t have fresh tomatoes you could always use tinned tomatoes and dried parsley, however, try and use fresh ingredients where possible, as the freshness lends itself perfectly to Spanish theme.

    Recipe #441261

    70 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A British tea time favorite. This is sweet and tart. Try it on scones, muffins, and tea breads or layer on Angel Food cake with Raspberries and recipe #54868! I've also microwaved this just watch and stir a lot. For orange or lime curd, substitute appropriate fruit rind and juice. Proceed as directed. FYI- When filling a cake with this be sure to pipe a rim of frosting on the edge of the first layer, then fill inside with the chilled lemon curd, place top layer then frost.

    Recipe #61278

    5 Reviews |  By Tisme

    This one is a really lovely chutney. Use it on or in quiches, pizzas, plain biscuits, sandwiches or just with a cheese platter, I am sure you will love it. I do keep this in the fridge, and it never lasts long, so I am not sure as to its time of keeping, but would say at least 5-6 months.

    Recipe #446595

    6 Reviews |  By KPD

    I finally decided to post this. I have made this recipe for years. Last year, I transformed this recipe and created Recipe#195066! I like to use a store-bought roasted chicken and an assorted bag of pasta that has penne, spirals, bowties and shells!! This recipe also works well with tortellini! I can't remember where this recipe originally came from... Enjoy!

    Recipe #269368

    Delicious and satisfying... I don't remember where this recipe comes from, but it's a pleaser! Easily doubled. Also, works well with gf pasta and sausage

    Recipe #32844

    Oh so simple - with a wonderful flavor of the onion and pork - just like I remember as a child

    Recipe #228159

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