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    My sister loves my lasagne so much she asked me to make it for her wedding reception! Luckily it was a small wedding! The trick is to caramelize the tomato paste.This gives a " bubbled on the back of the stove all day" flavor!

    Recipe #448125

    A recipe I got from a Kentucky woman who told me " It's so easy, it only takes a minute!" and it doesn't take much longer than that!

    Recipe #460885

    Recipe #465924

    A traditional Christmas dish in Northern Europe. In Germany it is often paired with red cabbage, applesauce, or sauerkraut. I don't remember where I got this recipe. Probably from my German grandmother!

    Recipe #475830

    This is, by far the best recipe for spritz ever! My Mother found it in the newspaper thirty years ago. It won a Christmas cookie award as the best cookie in the contest, and believe me it earned it!

    Recipe #475846

    This is a fabulous bread I make often. It is easy even for beginners, I think! Rye bread became a staple in eastern European countries because it grows well in cool climates

    Recipe #475856

    This recipe is from the King Arthur Flour website, one of my all time favorites. I've changed it a bit to make it more authentically German. It is a traditional Christmas bread.

    Recipe #476233

    This is the best white bread recipe I have ever made. It easily converts itself to rolls, cinnamon raisin swirl bread, whatever. My family really likes it. I know yours will, too. Copied directly from the King Arthur flour website

    Recipe #477228

    This pie is absolutely fabulous. When I make it to sell at my market it flies off the table! My Mother found it an old community cookbook. I prefer to make it with full fat cheese and mayo, but I wanted to give the option for those who like low fat items.

    Recipe #477602

    This is so simple, but the flavor of the glaze is so complex!

    Recipe #477816

    This kid pleasing meal is based on a family favorite and of course, inspired by story time with Dr Seuss. I adapted the recipe by using light cream instead of the usual sour cream and it turned out even better! Creamy, delicious goodness and a quick to make solution for busy family schedules!

    Recipe #479436

    A delicious soup from central Mexico. I found this in Betty Crocker's International Cookbook. For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #482944

    A typical Indian dish, but not too spicy, and uses easy to find ingredients! For the Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #482951

    A delicious bread to serve with Indian curries. For Zarr World Tour 8

    Recipe #483169

    My sisters recipe. The rose water and coconut give it such a delicate flavor, the perfect palate cleanser for a spicy Indian meal! For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #483170

    A delicious melt in your mouth appetizer. For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #483173

    When we lived in France, I lived mussels. Since moving back to the states, good ones are hard to find, but this recipe comes close! For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #483176

    A dish that has been around forever! From Lancashire England, it can be made ahead and kept for several days. An excellent lunch paired with a crisp salad and crunchy bread.

    Recipe #483489

    Chilindron fefers to combining smoked ham with fresh vegetables.This recipe is from the Aragon region of Spain. I haven't made it yet! For Zaar World Tour 8

    Recipe #483466

    Jalousie means shutter in French, and these traditional tarts look just like the shutters you see on houses all over France. A very easy and elegant dessert.

    Recipe #483453

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