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    This is an impressive looking quiche that's easy to personalise to your own tastes. You may like to try red peppers instead of the tomato, add a few mushrooms, maybe some asparagus...you get the idea! I served this with a nice salad, a vegetable side dish and a cheese plate for a nice summer meal.

    Recipe #33454

    This is a Delia Smith recipe and one of my favorite starters or lunch dish. It is supposed to serve four but in our house it serves two! The only thing I have changed over the years is that I leave out the salt from the flour, to season the flour I use some ground pepper and I have added some oregano to it. If you don't like coriander, use parsley instead and serve this with some toasted pita or bread of your own choice.

    Recipe #54032

    I saw her make this recipe on her talk show and it looked so simple and delicious. We love the taste of rosemary, so we really enjoyed it. I scaled the recipe back to make 2 servings.

    Recipe #413594

    A nice change from your everyday meatloaf.

    Recipe #40376

    It may not be summer here yet but it certainly feels like it w/ temperatures in the upper 80s already. I've not tried this recipe YET but it sounds delicious and I love salads in warmer weather. Posting so I can find this recipe from Paulette Mitchell; prep time is a guess-timate and does not include time to allow salad to cool or to chill in the frig.

    Recipe #165959

    Hope you all enjoy!

    Recipe #1982

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    I have yet to try this recipe from the *Best Seafood Recipes* cookbook of the Australian Women's Weekly cookbook series, but it just sounded so good to me that I was impatient to share it here. I hope you will give it a try & *enjoy* the outcome.

    Recipe #239108

    This is my Mum's traditional dumpling recipe - and they ARE very light & fluffy, hence the recipe name! I never use beef suet, there is very good vegetable suet available now; if you cannot get hold of suet, put a block of butter in the freezer & grate it into the dumpling mixture - it's the little pieces of fat that give the dumplings their "rise"! These are great with added flavours, such as garlic, herbs, seasoning salt, even chilli if you are making them to go with a spicy stew or soup. Drop them into any stews or soups you are making - they are also wonderful baked in the oven, they are still light but have a crusty top. This recipe can be increased with ease - the quantities listed make 8 individual dumplings.

    Recipe #211082

    This is a very simple tasty recipe. I started out looking at a Kraft recipe but changed everthing including the veggies so there is no longer even a slight resemblance to it. Use Italian dressing or Sundried tomato. Any one will do. If you are not counting calories use a full fat dressing.

    Recipe #391483

    Another recipe I found on the William-Sonoma site that sounds great. Love lemon and have a lot of lavender that I grow so thought this would be pretty as well as yummy. Can't wait to try it out, but will save it here with all my recipes until I can get to it. If you make it, be sure your lavender is pesticide-free, probably the safest bet is to use it from your own garden or that of a friends. Edited to add forgotten flour in recipe - thanks Elisa for pointing it out! Finally made this and glad I did - I did make the frosting to thick instead of dripping down the sides and next time I'll be sure and do that. I added an extra half tsp. of Lemon Oil just to intensify the lemon flavor (we love Lemon in this house) and it was nice. A tart taste with just a hint of lavender with a texture that seemed almost layered, it's a small cake and the texture is heavier than most "cake" recipes I've tried, what I'd think of as a tea-cake - but we really liked it. I used lavender flowers right out of the garden and have to admit only used a 1/2 cup of ground almonds as I was tired of grinding.

    Recipe #326892

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Serve on a bed of herbs, mixed greens and very thinly sliced red onions. A great summer salad, using fresh home grown ingredients!

    Recipe #57290

    From www.lavender-love.com. Try this drizzled over simple mixed greens or steamed vegetables.

    Recipe #155817

    This is straight out of a Southern Living Holiday Edition. The taste great, and even work well as "french fries" with sandwiches!

    Recipe #275508

    A French spread from the Burgundy region. The original recipe asks for quark, a German/French soft curd cheese, but it will work with cottage cheese as well. Serve the spread with fresh toast. The preparation time does not include the 4 hours needed to strain the cottage cheese.

    Recipe #75115

    Such a delicious beef roast, just remember never ever use diet cola.

    Recipe #142802

    Don't pay lots of money buying expensive herbed butter at fancy high-end grocery stores; make your own! This butter is delicious on fish, fowl, grilled meats, baked potato and steamed vegetables! From www.worldwidegourmet.com.

    Recipe #158339

    Use good quality, fresh ingredients! From the Low Fat Living book.

    Recipe #168125

    A light and healthy appetizer. Can be made a day in advance. Easy to bring for a picnic.

    Recipe #213851

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