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    Favorite Finds of 2008

    We had many fabulous meals made from recipes posted on Zaar over the past year, and here are the most memorable and made again. Please visit the thread to see others' top favs of 08': http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?p=4279022#4279022
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    6 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    These are very similar to the typical merinque type cookie but w/an added surprise. To make it truly a surprise (as suggested by 2Bleu) try using white-chocochips. :-) (After reading reviews, I have altered the ingredient list).

    Recipe #278484

    This is a delicious twist to your regular gingerbread! I think I even like it better than plain ol' gingerbread! Another one of those recipes where you just can't eat one! Time does not include chilling time!

    Recipe #269317

    The perfect summer treat...and you don't even need an ice cream freezer! Fun for kids- they can all make their own, anytime!

    Recipe #34257

    This recipe is my own version, modeled after my own apple pie. Usually, this is made using ingredient amounts that basically include a pinch and a dash, a squeeze and a scosh. Finally, I made myself slow down and kind of measure everything out so that I could post it here. These are, of course, approximate. I've written this to make four individual crisps, the way we eat it, but if you want to make one big crisp, just add 10 minutes to the baking time. I don't use nuts, but if you want to add some nuts such as pecans to the topping, just replace about a 1/4 cup of the oats with them. Also, I'm not a huge fan of very sweet desserts - this even pushes the limits for me. If you prefer sweeter desserts, increase the sugars in the filling to your taste.

    Recipe #297472

    7 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    This is the recipe my Mom used for S & S Ribs. It is so nice served on rice and a side of stir fried vegetables. Super easy, super good!

    Recipe #223834

    5 Reviews |  By gertc96

    Ever wonder what to do with the leftover meat toppings you didn't put on your pizza? Well, I had some italian sausage and pepperoni left over and this is a recipe that I came up with that I wanted to share with you all. My italian sausage was already cooked but if you wanted to use raw, you could omit the butter and oil and cook the onion, mushroom and garlic with the sausage.

    Recipe #311107

    This is a recipe from the wall of our old home. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall. Try serving this one with some fresh Whipped Cream or Dulce de Leche Ice Cream. It says serves 6, but really only 3 (with seconds). Enjoy.

    Recipe #223232

    Comfort food at it's best, this is a family favorite that goes back years! --- Jimmy Dean has a wonderful bulk sausage roll that will work great for this recipe, you may adjust the pepper flakes to suit heat level, my family likes extreme heat so I use 2 heaping teaspoons or you may use spicy sausage meat --- serve this over biscuits, I also like to serve it over mashed potatoes or fries :)

    Recipe #258508

    Boy do we love ribs!! This recipe is one of my favorites. Tons of flavor and sure to please everyone! Note: St. Louis-style ribs, cut from the spare rib and trimmed so there is less waste, are particularly meaty and succulent. The racks are pretty large, so you'll need a big roasting pan for this recipe.

    Recipe #160176

    I've tried to find this recipe on the web and can't find it. I use this for making bierocks. This is the KitchenAid basic white bread recipe.

    Recipe #260107

    If you are craving chocolate, look no further! This cake is the ultimate in decadence and takes so few ingredients. It's dense, fudge-like and the ganache is delicious. I like to garnish it with some fresh raspberries. This recipe comes from a cookbook called, "Beyond Parsley". Enjoy! Note: time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #241438

    22 Reviews |  By loof

    A super-quick roll that goes well with spaghetti or ravioli!

    Recipe #308876

    Adapted from Rachael Ray! Whats not to love???

    Recipe #287929

    1 Reviews |  By Luschka

    From Jenny Stacey's Steam Cuisine. I am guessing at the times here!

    Recipe #264851

    Found this in a potato cookbook picked up in a thrift shop. A nice simple side to make using fresh herbs & tomatoes.

    Recipe #285295

    This is a favorite recipe of my DH's. It's fast and tasty. He makes it frequently for most social gatherings, most often serving with kettle chips. He says it doesn't scale well, so if you'd like to double the batch, make two separate batches, then add them together.

    Recipe #303057

    A mildly spicy stir-fry. Serve over hot rice. As suggested by several reviewers, the sauce can be doubled. Just double the marinade ingredients and the water and cornstarch.

    Recipe #203866

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    My friend Minnie gave me a copy of the Holiday Cooking 2005 from the Harvey County Independent, a paper that serves her hometown. I saw this recipe in there and I had to try it. It was so good! It was so tart! It mellowed a little over the next few days, but it was still so good.

    Recipe #259764

    The hollandaise sauce is a bit of work but well worth it. Times are estimates and vary greatly depending upon the size of the sprouts.

    Recipe #258535

    Get that tasty BBQ shack flavor in your kitchen

    Recipe #118905

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