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    Is there snow on the ground? Then, what are you waiting for? Go out and make a snowman! The original recipe calls for lumps of coals for the eyes, rocks for the mouth, buttons for the front, but Zaar won't allow that, so how about different vegetables to dress up your snowman? Add twigs for the arms, a scarf for his neck and a hat for his head! Use your inmagination and substitute different vegetables or fruits, but most of all, have fun!

    Recipe #281652

    A simple yet elegant recipe adapted from CDKitchens.

    Recipe #241553

    Served at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel, this is a classic. If you can't find truffles use truffle oil and drizzle it over the salad. Enjoy! And now a little history: On March 24, 1893, millionaire William Waldorf Astor opened the 13-story Waldorf Hotel on the site of his former mansion, at Fifth Avenue at 33rd Street. Built by renowned architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, the Waldorf was the embodiment of Astor's vision of a grand hotel, complete with electricity throughout and private bathrooms in many guest chambers. Four years later, the 17-story Astoria Hotel was erected on an adjacent site by Waldorf's cousin John Jacob Astor IV. The corridor built to connect the two buildings became an enduring symbol of the combined hotels. It is represented by the equal sign in the Waldorf=Astoria name. In 1929, after decades of hosting distinguished visitors from around the world, a decision was mad to tear down the original Waldorf=Astoria in order to erect the Empire State Building and pave the way for a reincarnation 15 blocks north on Park Avenue. When it opened on October 1, 1931, the Waldorf=Astoria was the world's largest and tallest hotel, a veritable city-within-a-city. President Herbert Hover himself delivered the radio broadcast message of congratulations upon its opening. The Empire Room, once the premier entertainment club in New York, helped launch the careers of Diana Ross and Frank Sinatra. The first major film to feature a hotel was Weekend at the Waldorf, staring Ginger Rogers. It was the first hotel to be included in the lyrics of a Broadway show - Cole Porter's You're the Top, featured in Anything Goes, proclaims, "You're a Waldorf Salad". The hotel became the residence of three five-star generals; Dwight Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur and Omar Bradley.

    Recipe #238631

    This is so easy, and gooood! Two ways of cooking the hot dogs is presented. Adapted from Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello Episode: Little League Tailgate

    Recipe #236463

    A quick and simple recipe for pickle relish that is great on hot dogs and hamburgers, sandwiches, and perhaps on a salad? Enjoy!

    Recipe #236429

    So simple, and so good! Great with hot dogs, pretzels, spread on sandwiches, fish, poultry, etc.! Adapted from Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello Episode: Little League Tailgate

    Recipe #236427

    Adapted from a recipe by Mike Mills. This sauce is smooth and on the thin side, and it seeps down into the meat. Mike Mills is the only person to win three Grand World Champion titles at the Memphis in May International Barbecue Festival. He is also barbecue guru and partner at Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke restaurant in New York City and owner of six notable barbecue joints, two in Southern Illinois and four in Las Vegas. Mike is the author of Peace, Love, & Barbecue: Recipes, Secrets, Tall Tales, and Outright Lies from the Legends of Barbecue. Gleaned from the Boston Globe.

    Recipe #236350

    Adapted from the SeaScape Manor Bed and Breakfast, Highlands, New Jersey. Enjoy! French, Northeastern

    Recipe #232929

    Created in Venice, Italy, then promoted in restaurants such as the Olive Garden, this drink is now widely popular in the US, particularly in the New York area. This is a non alcoholic version of the classic bellini.

    Recipe #231560

    This is very good and easy too! Feel free to use different nuts or dried fruit. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. Posted for the World Tour-New England, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, Canadian and also Asian.

    Recipe #174359

    This wonderful recipe was adapted from Sylvia, the CDKitchen Recipe Editor. She knows how to pick them! New England, Canada, French, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, West

    Recipe #147348

    A lovely medley of apricots, apples, and dates! Adapted from Pillsbury Complete Book of Baking. New England, Mid Atlantic, Canada, Mid West, West, Eastern European, Scandinavian catagories

    Recipe #148209

    This is so good! Now you know how to use up your leftover cranberry sauce! Adapted from That's My Home! Cook time is marinating time. New England, Mid Atlantic, Canada Eastern European

    Recipe #146132

    A delicious bread. Try not to eat the whole loaf at one sitting! Adapted from Cook Now Serve Later cookbook. New England, Scandinavian, Mid Atlantic, South, West, Mid West

    Recipe #146444

    What a lovely combination of ingredients! Mmmmm-mmmmmm! Adapted from Cook Now Serve Later cookbook by Reader's Digest. New England, Mid Atlantic, Canadian

    Recipe #146448

    To make this takes all together about 2 hours, including cooking time, so you don't have to get up at the crack of dawn come some holiday morning. A lovely Sunday or company dinner too. From American Bistro Fare with Caprial! New England, French, Mid Atlantic, South

    Recipe #144684

    This makes a lovely gift! Adapted from the Ball Blue Book of Canning. Apples are grown all over America. New England, Mid Atlantic, Canada, Mid West, Western, South.

    Recipe #138473

    Fresh berries add a lightness and texture to this lovely rich basic. Adapted from The New Basics Cookbook. New England, Mid Atlantic, Western, South regions.

    Recipe #134370

    Make your own Maraschino cherries! Adapted from Meal Master. I have not tried this yet, so putting it here for safekeeping! The sweet sundae-topper has its origins in Yugoslavia and northern Italy. For centuries, merchants had used marascas - small, bitter, black wild cherries - to make a sweet liqueur. Part of the flavor came from crushed cherry stones, which have an almond-like flavor. Marascara cherries preserved in the cherry liqueur were imported into the United States in the 1890s. These maraschino cherries were an expensive luxury served at the finest hotels. With typical ingenuity, American cherry processors figured out a way to make a less expensive version. They used Royal Anne cherries, less liqueur, and almond oil instead of crushed cherry pits. In the 1920s, alcohol was eliminated altogether when horticulturalist Ernest Wiegand found a way to preserve cherries using brine instead of alcohol. The American version of the maraschino became so popular that it completely replaced the foreign import. Cherries are grown in several regions of this country, but seventy percent of the cherries produced in the United States come from four states (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Utah). Maraschini cherries are also produced in New England and the Mid Atlantic.

    Recipe #132360

    You probably have all the ingredients for this in your pantry! Chocolate is so popular everywhere, but really popular in the New England, Southern, Mid Atlantic and Mid Western states!

    Recipe #120455

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