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    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is my current favorite coffee. I created it for my taste inspired by the amazing spices and flavors of North Africa and the Middle East. It's a bit indulgent and something that you can very easily adjust the ingredient amounts of to match your own taste. Time given may be slightly longer if using an Ibrik.

    Recipe #506892

    18 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From our TV programme guide. It is suggested that your use the best maple syrup you can get but for dietary reasons I would use a sugar free maple syrup. Times are estimated.

    Recipe #480215

    Also called "Garlic Lovers' Soup". If you don't have any stale bread, this works just as well with croutons or toast cubes.

    Recipe #481955

    These are SO delicious - the honey & whole wheat give them a wonderful flavor. Hope you'll enjoy them as much as we do!

    Recipe #47669

    6 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is so simple, it's hardly a recipe at all! This is nice as one of the sides with roast chicken. As time is sometimes too limited to stuff a tomato, try this quick dish. ANY cheese which melts well and does not go gluey will be fine. Calculate on 1 large tomato (fist-size or larger) per portion. This recipe is for 3 people.

    Recipe #485458

    Great way to use up leftover turkey. From Taste of Home magazine, but I tweaked it to use non-fat yogurt and mayo.

    Recipe #376056

    5 Reviews |  By Zurie

    So basic, so simple, so tummy-warming on a cold night! The meat does need long, slow cooking, but you don't have to stand over it. This is the time-honored way of making a typical stew. I'm sure it's ideal for a crockpot, but not having one, I can't give directions for use! This is ideal for using up those bits of fresh veggies lurking in your fridge waiting to go bad! It can be made a day ahead, cooled and refrigerated, and warmed up again, as flavour will improve. Can also be made early in the day, pulled aside, and heated up again for dinner that night. I use lamb by preference, but naturally beef can be used as well.

    Recipe #264972

    13 Reviews |  By Zurie

    From Paris down to Provence we had this kind of salad dressing over the freshest greens, and I could not find out exactly how this creamy dressing was done. There are, I think, 2 nearly similar recipes on this site. But I have tweaked them, and this variation is really gorgeous. Soooo easy. The photo shows it drizzled over nothing more than romaine halves with spring onions, but obviously it will be great if tossed with any salad.

    Recipe #484426

    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

    Meat and veggie dish transferred on to a pie plate. A quick dinner ready in less than 1 hour.

    Recipe #510875

    2 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

    The root vegetables are wonderful this way. The mustard oil packs a real whollop. Mustard oil is very strong smelling and extremely hot. "USE SPARINGLY". Once opened, the oil may be refrigerated for up to 6 months.

    Recipe #89138

    cunchy fun cookies Kids love them. Take quite a bit of time to make though.

    Recipe #51637

    Adapted from Food Network Magazine

    Recipe #501143

    Though it might sound a little weird this is a really good bread here. I made if off of another bread recipe on recipezaar called yeast free sugar free bread recipe. I skipped the salt and used 1/4 cup of pumpkin per batch and it turned out just great! If you want to add salt, you can add 1 tsp. of celtic sea salt but it is not necessary. To make a ricer bread, use rice milk or some other natural nut milk for the liquids.

    Recipe #273708

    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 is the ultimate comfort soup. I've had this recipe for 6 years (I got it from a magazine) and I love it. If you want to use real pumpkin instead of canned, here's the conversion: 1-3/4 cups of puree -- equal to 1 (15-oz.) can pumpkin

    Recipe #257957

    My daughters favorite!

    Recipe #500691

    2 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From Natural Health Magazine, Jan/Feb 2013. Mr Grumpy saw this while at the hospital and asked me to make it when he gets home. The chia seeds thicken up the milk without the use of flour.

    Recipe #497582

    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

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