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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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    This is a tastey breakfast casserole that can be done in under an hour! You can make it spicy or mild depending on which cheese you decide to use. Or you can mix them and choose the middle ground. For kids, I usually have to choose the mozzarella though. For adults, I sometimes add some green chiles or a seeded jalepeno, chopped very fine. But I really like heat. I also sometimes increase the garlic!

    Recipe #337421

    Three cheers for this recipe - It's easy, nourishing, and best of all DELICIOUS! Filled with lentils, vegetables and smoked sausage, this is a hearty soup that is the perfect choice when you are short on time - It cooks in under an hour. Reach for your Dutch oven to make this soup tonight; then ladle up a bowlful of tummy-satisfying comfort food.

    Recipe #406850

    Very good! Easy to make.

    Recipe #33752

    One of the best vegetable soups I've had in ages! Extremely easy to make and very cheap (leave out the saffron if you don't already have any)! This lemony, peppery soup is traditionally enjoyed at the end of a day of fasting during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. This is a vegetarian version of the thick and aromatic soup. More like a stew. From the 2/2007 issue of Canadian House & Home.

    Recipe #211997

    1 Reviews |  By Nif

    I got this from a Southern Comfort insert in the newspaper today. Enjoy!

    Recipe #401699

    57 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    This is the cat's Meow! I know you are saying there are already a lot of recipes on this site for the same thing, I researched them before posting mine and this one is just a little different so here it is. Everyone I have ever served this to absolutely goes beserk over the taste and says it's as good as the real thing. It's so much cheaper too! I found this on an internet site, but can't remember which one, it was to long and to many fifths ago!! You can easily double the recipe.

    Recipe #74594

    Sip in cordial glasses or dribble over vanilla ice cream. Probably my easiest liqueur recipe and very good. Since it's made with DRIED apricots, it can be made year-round. Years ago I gave this a couple times in a monogrammed pocket flask as a 21st birthday present. Cooking time is actually infusion time (at 5-7 days, it's a relatively short time for a fruit-flavored liqueur).

    Recipe #101353

    This is from Emeril Lagasse's website. I needed some for a recipe and didn't have any so I tried this. Very quick and easy. Even had some left over for a sour. It was great and much cheaper.

    Recipe #180696

    A tropical, fruity combo found on drinkswap.

    Recipe #279965

    I discovered this drink while I was at the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN this year. I just had to have the recipe. Got this from the website of Southern Comfort.

    Recipe #123023

    Treat your family and friends to this superb traditional boozy trifle full of sherry, raspberries and cream, especially popular at Christmas time. (Forget about counting calories until the New Year!) A trifle is a typically British dessert made with thick custard, fruit, sponge cake, fruit juice or alcohol, and whipped cream. Interestingly it was always made so as to use up, stale, left over sponge cake, which is then softened with either fruit juices or a sweet alcohol like sherry. It really is best not to use fresh sponge as it just goes very soggy and mushy. In the UK you can buy "sponge fingers" or "sponge trifle cakes" which are perfect, or if you have an Italian shop nearby, try ready made tiramisu sponge. It's really easy to make and the ingredients are usually arranged in layers with the fruit and sponge on the bottom, and the custard and cream on top. The best trifles contain a small amount of alcohol such as port, or, most commonly, sweet sherry or madeira wine. If you can't drink alcohol, you can use fruit juice instead, the liquid is necessary to moisten the cake. Trifle containing sherry is sometimes called 'sherry trifle' or referred to as being 'High Church'!! We often had a sherry trifle for dessert or tea on a Sunday afternoon, it was a delicious end to a lazy and relaxing day!

    Recipe #264327

    As my son says, it is like eating French Toast for dessert. :) It is very much like French Toast with a lovely caramel sauce on it. We all like it warm best. Make sure you use a 2-quart dish. Trust me, it will boil over in your stove in a 1 1/2-quart one. Oops! And don't worry, it will fall a little bit as it cools.

    Recipe #4417

    This is my "summer Tiramisu" The original recipe uses one packet of sponge fingers, but I use more to get more coverage on this size of tin. I also added the lemon zest and find it is not too tart, you can leave it out of course if you are not sure about it. You don't have to make this in a spring form pan, if you like to scoop it out of a dish, use whatever suits you. I sometimes use trifle sponges or plain cake instead of the sponge fingers. Oh... the lemons are low fat and very healthy!

    Recipe #62692

    We made this today as a treat after Sunday lunch and everyone loved it. Served with homemade icecream and my personal favourite, cream! This recipe is posted in Australian measurements so 1 tablespoons equals 20ml (or 4 teaspoons).

    Recipe #322443

    10 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    Been looking for the lemon delicious recipe I cooked many years ago but somewhere along lost the clipping (before ZAAR time) and this seems to come close to it though called a pudding (maybe searching in the wrong area) but it was good though sweeter than I remember (would need to work on the sugar content), certainly don't remember having the sprinkle sugar on top as per this recipe but I believe that what gives it its crispy top in this recipe. Serving suggestion was 4 but I think could be easily stretched to 6 served with cream and or icecream. i found that 1 lemon gave me the rind and juiced that but needed to juice a second lemon to get the full 1/2 cup (got a little more than that and added the lot).

    Recipe #396895

    Two French impoverished French women earned their living by baking their father's favourite tart now known as Tarte Tatin. The apples in this tart are cooked in the caramel so that the flavours are deep inside the fruit. You will need a deep heavy 23-25 metal handled pan

    Recipe #138870

    This was modified from a 'regular' cheesecake recipe using a traditional graham cracker crust. Apparently there is some debate as to whether Bailey's is truly gluten-free, but my coworker who has a wheat allergy ate this with no problems. The filling could also be used with a normal graham cracker crust.

    Recipe #317074

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Persian lamb stew sends wonderful flavors your way - not spicy - just a nice blend of flavors. A meal in one pot. Serve with a salad on the side and crusty rolls to scoop up the last of the sauce. I was very pressed for time today to make this recipe so I just put everything in the crock pot with out browning anything and it turned out heavenly - 1/2 hour on high then 4 hours on low. I used 4 shoulder steaks bone in. I did cut off any fat. Also I threw in a carrot. I love this recipe.

    Recipe #21016

    All the recipes I have seen for stifado have called for small, whole onions. This one did too, until I got my hands on it. When I first made it, I couldn't get small onions, and so I substituted regular cooking onions. When I was finally able to make it with the tiny onions, I was a little disappointed - I love the way the onion bits cook almost to a sauce, and are so sweet and mild. The smell of this stew is just amazing, and the flavour lives up to the promise of the aroma.

    Recipe #82210

    14 Reviews |  By Marie

    Blackened sea bass done on the barbecue grill. It doesn't get any better than this! Catfish fillets can also be used.

    Recipe #69841

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