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    Gamebook: Cookgirl's Best of 2010

    Congratulations to food.com member Pestolover for having the #1 rated recipe in Cookgirl's Best of 2011 cookbook!

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    I have translated this from The English Huswife by Gervase Markham 1615 AD. It's unusual in that before this time pies were almost always made with a single crust while this one has two. Often a two crusted pie was called a coffin in that time period. Rosewater can be found in most healthfood stores or Middle Eastern groceries in the US.

    Recipe #108169

    There are similar recipes on Zaar but this is our absolute favorite version. It is a very delicious Iraqi rice dish that can be served as a bed of rice for other dishes such as Recipe #384628 or roast lamb or as part of a buffet. DH asks for this at least once a week as a whole meal with yogurt and a fresh salad! You could add frozen peas near the end of the rice's cooking time if you like. I have also since added some tomato paste after cooking the spices into the meat mixture and cooking it a little longer then adding to the rice before cooking or separately after for another delicious variation on this dish that I tend to leave the rasins out of. Original recipe from, The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #387395

    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    1 pic is supposed to be worth 1,000 words, but the pic attached to this recipe from the *Great Lamb* cookbook of the Australian Women's Weekly cookbook series spoke to me in only a few words. It said: "I'm gorgeous to look at, easy-to-fix & great to eat!" I can hardly wait to try this & was impatient to share it w/you. (NOTES - The Cafe De Paris butter should be made 1 day in advance & chilled overnite ... Time does not include chilling time or the 1 hr refrigeration for the chops ... See note at end of prep Re Nutritional Facts) *Enjoy*

    Recipe #239195

    A lovely Middle Eastern or Mediterranean flavoured fruit salad I concocted. When used in Greece and Cypres, the orange blossom water water is known as anthonero.

    Recipe #431317

    A hint of Lavender and lemon peel in the crust makes these treats a favorite. The recipe comes from Backyard living

    Recipe #117242

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Rich-tasting yet light, this Brie pancake is a versatile dish. We have especially enjoyed it, in both its sweet and savory versions, as an unusual Sunday breakfast. From the book American Country Cheese (originally from Besnier America cheese company).

    Recipe #388477

    Another QETH (quick, easy, tasty and healthy) dish.

    Recipe #173165

    I found this on another site and it sounded so interesting! I'm posting this for Zaar World Tour 5 for the Carribbean.

    Recipe #372567

    From the Graham Kerr Cookbook. Posted for ZWT 5.

    Recipe #370403

    From Recipesource, this is a lovely way to use chive blossoms!

    Recipe #126160

    8 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    My version of a simple side salad we had at a Mexican restaurant the other night.

    Recipe #420743

    My daughter loves to play with play dough and she loves to make it with me, but I'm always worried about a hot stove. This recipe doesn't require cooking on the stove top, however care is still need. If your child is going to help, please note once the boiling water is added, it's HOT. It could easily burn hands even adult hands (I used heat resistant gloves). This makes heaps of play dough, approximately two kilograms. You could use more food colouring for a stronger colour or add glitter for a fun tone. For the bench flour you may need to add more or less depending on the dough

    Recipe #338158

    We could buy these at a local bakery where I was growing up. I loved them and would often detour by the bakery after school to get one.

    Recipe #61799


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