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    My Wild Flours Family Picks

    These are the recipes I've chosen to make from my WONDERFUL teammates — THE WILD FLOURS!! Although I'm posting a minimum amount in here right now, I plan on adding to this cookbook quite a bit more! (That beautiful photo on the cover is courtesy of Wildflour for her very own Kelly's Key Lime Pie recipe.)

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    My DH say's that mine is the best Key Lime Pie he's ever had! I was SO HAPPY!! He used to live in Florida, and said it tastes just like the pie you get down there. (I was very proud and relieved to hear that! I was really nervous to make him one!) Hope you give my recipe a try. It's a wonderful, easy and no-fail recipe!

    Recipe #161578

    This rich and creamy sauce is wonderful over baked or mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, peas, broccoli or asparagus!

    Recipe #166752

    I love this over fajitas, or just by itself with chips. You can make this in a food processor, but I just use my hand blender. Serving size is an estimate.

    Recipe #165442

    I love this over pasta. While this recipe uses boneless, skinless chicken, you can substitute another type of meat or meat substitute. Pizzaioli sauce, named for the Neapolitan pizza makers, is a tomato-based sauce similar to that found on pizza. The sauce is seasoned with herbs, especially oregano, and was originally used to disguise poor quality meat.

    Recipe #160646

    Another recipe from Waitrose Food Illustrated magazine, that I confess I have yet to try. It sounds super and simple to make; should be a winner! Cooking time is the overnight chilling time.

    Recipe #152529

    What makes this turkey chili different? The addition of vinegar and cinnamon. Not an overly spicy chili, particularly if you leave out the jalapenos, which is what I usually do out of sensitivity to my kids' tastebuds or when I'm bringing some to a friend. Feel free to adjust the degree of hotness to your taste. This is wonderful with sourdough bread and a side salad. If desired, you can top each serving with sour cream, onions, and cilantro. Prep time includes marinading the turkey for 30 minutes.

    Recipe #165223

    One of our favorite ways to make potatoes and you generally have the ingredients on hand. It's out of a church cookbook by Suzanne Sachs

    Recipe #151959

    This is easy, quick, and delicious! The fresh rosemary and garlic make the beans taste heavenly. To make this even quicker, just cook it in the microwave.

    Recipe #162882

    My mom made this when it was a long day and she wanted something filling and easy! Enjoy:)

    Recipe #58065

    This is a easy side dish or may be used as a main dish. Serve with tortillas and a salad for a complete dinner.

    Recipe #171814

    I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought at a garage sale. “Good Things in England” by Florence White was published in 1933. The recipes are from 1399 to 1932. Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2005. Time to make and serving amounts are estimated.

    Recipe #138587

    A quick and easy, slow-cooked lemon chicken main course dish that can be cooking on a low heat while you are at work. Vary the canned soup you use according to your preferences. And if you have a bit more time, add chopped onions and garlic, and a little more liquid. If you want your chicken to be more lemony, include some freshly squeezed lemon juice in place of some of the water and, for more flavour, add half a cup of wine. I have made this with mushrooms, chopped, instead of a range of vegetables and canned mushroom soup. When making this dish, I have always included one chopped onion and 2-3 cloves of chopped garlic. And then allowed myself a little more liquid, usually a cup of wine. Adapted from Prevention's "Eat Up Slim Down: tried-and-true recipes and tips from weight-loss winners" by Jane Kirby and David Joachim.

    Recipe #121399

    Here is a recipe for a very tasty and colourful meal. Serve this for 'Brunch', or for a main meal serve with potatoes and coleslaw, or cucumbers in sour cream (try "Jolean's Cukes in Sour Cream Recipe #121834" by Stacky5LRC - it's very good). You can make the sauce in advance, or use store bought Cranberry sauce if you’re pushed for time. The Finnish name for the carrot pancake is Porkkanapannukakku, for the Cranberry Sauce it’s Karpalokastike. This Recipe was originally posted for Zaar World Tour 2005; and it's being dusted off again for Zaar World Tour 2006. I still haven't got round to making the sauce, but at least I can tell you the pancake works a treat!

    Recipe #136267

    These are a great snack, or substitute for grilled cheese sandwhiches.

    Recipe #86246

    I came up with this version incorporating my favorite ingredients! Tastes even better than Chunky Candybars!

    Recipe #101148

    I have tried many different roast recipes and this one is by far the best I have found. Don't be afraid of the amount of herbs--this is to die for.

    Recipe #122569


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