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    i can only add 60 recipes to this .these are just some of the recipes i really liked ,not all of them .i can garrrntee that you will like all the recipes here. lol
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    8 Reviews |  By awalde

    Try this soup! Passatelli are a classic specialty from Emila-Romagna (Italy) the region where my father comes from. My children love this soup!

    Recipe #440710

    7 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Cold weather and low humidity can cause you to walk around the house getting shocked by static electricity, especially from your carpets. You can easily and inexpensively remove the charge from the carpets with this simple home remedy. We use ultra downy clean breeze, but any good quality fabric softener will work fine. This also makes a great 'faux-febreez' to help make your home smelling fresh & clean. :) Other great things this spray does: Spray some on a dry paper towel, and toss it in the dryer! It's more economical than dryer sheets, :)

    Recipe #350346

    4 Reviews |  By loof

    Easy, tasty, and pretty!

    Recipe #269485

    4 Reviews |  By Noo

    This originates from the the Maven bakery in Santa Fe. This is now my favourite brownie recipe!

    Recipe #459233

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Here is a recipe that I came up with when wanting a bacon and cheese type bread but not wanting to use bacon. I always make buns but you could, of course, make a standard loaf of bread with it if you like. I always use the bread machine for the kneading then form and bake in the oven.

    Recipe #392579

    6 Reviews |  By awalde

    This is a delicious traditional Swiss homemade Sunday bread

    Recipe #437716

    With dried cranberries, grapes and paprika, this is simply one of the best chicken salad recipes I have ever had! Enjoy :)

    Recipe #417678

    Found on viamagazine.com. Enjoyed for 'elevenses' today! Recipe rearranged a little with hints of Persian/Middle Eastern flavors introduced.

    Recipe #462997

    3 Reviews |  By MsTasha

    This is so easy and inexpensive. Learned this from some of the students staying in the dorms at college. Everyone loves it. Very easy to make as little or as much as you want.

    Recipe #437559

    3 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This simple and straightforward pasta recipe can be whipped up on a moment's notice with pantry ingredients and shrimp -- just the thing for a busy week night supper. Olive oil plays a big role here, so use only the best extra virgin olive oil you can find. Recipe courtesy of a CooksRecipes e-mail I received. YUM!

    Recipe #186310

    10 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Fresh peaches baked underneath a chew oatmeal cookie and served with vanilla ice cream makes this a true down home recipe. **In the fall you can use apple instead of peaches** You can make this in individual ramekins with one dollop of dough on top of each. *do not over mix the cookie dough or your topping will be tough* cook time does not inclued cooling time.

    Recipe #460474

    1 Reviews |  By WiGal

    Soup that DH and I like.

    Recipe #294233

    A delight for those who love Black Forest cake, this will warm you all the way to your toes!

    Recipe #426068

    I got this recipe from Borzynski's Farmers Market in Sturtevant, WI...

    Recipe #437401

    5 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I first tasted grits as an adult and was underwhelmed. But I really started to enjoy them with added ingredients, so I started thinking of how to improve them for breakfast. I realized that I had also disliked oatmeal made with water, so taking a cue from my mother, I prepared them with milk. I really liked the results, but not the cooking of them. So I threw everything into the rice cooker - yummy grits with no fuss. This recipe can be doubled readily.

    Recipe #371122

    I had a recipe book for kids when I was young. I have since lost that book but I remember this recipe well as it was one of my favorites. For kids too young to use a knife they can just use a plastic apple corer and then stuff the toppings inside the apple.

    Recipe #249265

    2 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Australian Good Food - I've been told to eat fresh salmon at least twice a week and this looks good so saving it here.

    Recipe #440422

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This delicious recipe was taught in an Italian cooking class I attended. Green Lip Mussels are sold frozen - possible subs for the mussels are swordfish or tuna.

    Recipe #313902

    When I was on a school exchange with my highschool's partner school in England back in 1984, my guest parents drove me through the beautiful New Forest which I fell in love with at once. Actually I fell in love with Great Britain in general at once, but that's another story... That afternoon in the New Forest we had tea at an old tiny mill - one of those lovely, typical English tea rooms where I could spend the whole afternoon during a rainy day in november like it was then. I had my first cream tea there and then something which they called "thing", something with cornflakes and glace cherries which at that time I liked much better than the cream tea. I'm still in contact with my dear exchange partner Alison, and years later I asked her to get the recipe for those "things" from her mother. Here it is. The servings are a guess because it's been some years since I made them the last time. I'm not sure about the baking tray either, but if you spread it, it will be about 2/3 inches thick.

    Recipe #398650

    I searched for this recipe on-line. I found a link to it from a Knoxsville, TN news station that Carrabba's Italian Grill was the presenter for chicken marsala. It includes the spices for the chicken before grilling. WBIR.com-recipes. Update: I always use 8 oz. fresh mushrooms and add them while sauteeing the shallots, so changed the recipe to my way of making it. Also can add more cornstarch for a thicker sauce, but start with the stated amount and add more to liking.

    Recipe #220870

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