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    5 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A sour cream custard and streusel mixture form the topping for the pear pie. This pie won in a local baking competition.

    Recipe #393043

    16 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    Another great recipe I found online.

    Recipe #382730

    Really really tasty when warm and also yummy cold! You can half the recipe easily or double it! Haricot vert is French for green beans. Haricot meaning beans and vert meaning green. French green beans are longer and thinner than most American varieties. They are also more tender and have a more complex flavor. For the most part, they are interchangeable with American green beans which are also called string beans or snap beans. If you are unable to find haricot verts, substitute with the thinnest young green beans you can find. Made for the CrazeE contest 2009

    Recipe #378837

    I love fried green tomatoes! These have a buttermilk batter seasoned with Old Bay.

    Recipe #378746

    Found this on a Cross Fit nutritional forum haven't tried it yet looking forward to.

    Recipe #373494

    Classic French Beef Bourguignon is one of my favorite meals. Here's the recipe I use. It's the best one I've tried. It's from another site (allrecipes) and was submitted by Teri Smith. It's very easy to do but allow plenty of time for it to bake (3 hours total).

    Recipe #373383

    This dish was named after the town by the same name. Lovely side dish that is quick and easy to put together. This can also be made with parsnips. The cooking time is variable....just cook until they are the way you like them.

    Recipe #373052

    2 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This is like spicy sunshine when used as a spread on a hamburger or in a wrap. The tartness from the lime is a contrast with the sweetness of the dried fruit. It is important to allow the full soaking time for the apricots. From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #371242

    The hibiscus flowers may be found in bags, at your grocery store. For a 'spiked' punch, just add vodka, to taste...Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #370537

    This is from a cookbook called Mexican - Healthy Ways with a Favorite Cuisine.

    Recipe #369379

    This is for the bean lovers!

    Recipe #363332

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This only serves 2 as a side dish, but it is very easy to double or triple this recipe! Recipe source: Bon Appetit (April 1983)

    Recipe #361315

    My DH gleaned from foodchannel.com. Real easy and very tasty yet not real spicey. My 88 yr. old mom loves them.

    Recipe #359477

    Gourmet magazine March 2009.

    Recipe #358694

    Rooibos Tea has many amazing health benefits. It boosts the immune system and has 50 times the antioxidant properties of green tea.

    Recipe #357218

    Plantains are a member of the banana family, but catch them a little before they are ripe and they become a kid pleasing savory snack similar to French Fries. My 8 year old loved these, so we were pleasantly surprised when she gobbled them up. My daughter likes these sans sauce, but my Husband and I love them with Recipe #356610 This recipe is from Family Fun Magazine. Don't let all the steps scare you, they are very easy to make!

    Recipe #356603

    a very attractive addition to a buffet meal, or just with drinks. you can actually use all bought grilled vegies from the deli, no one would know :) next time I am going to add some of Mirj's oven dried tomatoes,

    Recipe #281839

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From The American Diabetes Association's Flavorful Seasons Cookbook, this sounds simple and refreshing.

    Recipe #276154

    Salsa de Chile Rojo. This is based on a recipe from Sunset's Mexican Cook Book. Sunset recommends mild dried chiles, ones that are large and dusky-red. Use as an enchilada sauce.

    Recipe #273750

    Our own Auberge de la Fontaine Lavender Pancakes - these are made with home-grown organic lavender flowers from our garden here in SW France, where we often serve them for breakfast! They also make a very elegant dessert when served with cream and fruit - I sometimes serve them with Recipe #241775. If you cannot get hold of culinary lavender, these pancakes are just fine if served with the lavender honey, butter and/or cream and fresh fruit.

    Recipe #247657

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