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    A really easy to assemble dessert that is the prettiest shade of pink. The recipe asks for a spring-form pan, but I made this in a lovely footed glass bowl which looked great. We don't much like white chocolate so would use dark next time.

    Recipe #304172

    Gleaned off another site and put here for safekeeping until I can test it out.

    Recipe #149653

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    If you’ve ever wondered why some meatballs are light and others leaden, you may be interested to know that the liquid ingredient can make all the difference. Meatballs made with milk, for example, tend to be denser and drier than those made with water or broth because milk protein curds (coagulates) during cooking. For truly light and fluffy meatballs, use club soda (as does this recipe) because it has almost a leavening effect. NOTE: You’ll need very little salt for these meatballs because of the brininess of the anchovies and capers.

    Recipe #207814

    This will fall off the bone and makes a lovely rich and intense gravy. You can use oregano instead of the rosemary.

    Recipe #118990

    This is pretty much how lasagna gets made in Australia, usually no cottage cheese or ricotta. I have been making it this way for over 30 years, but can't find a similar recipe on here yet. I find it easier to make the beef sauce the day before, and reheat it a little, but I like to use the cheese sauce hot and freshly made. This mix fills a tray 12x8x3 for me, and I find it easier to cut through the top layer with kitchen scissors before taking to it with a knife to cut into serving portions.

    Recipe #109368

    Southern Living; this is a wonderful way to use garden fresh cauliflower. Also very quick and easy.

    Recipe #25905

    8 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This double-cooking technique (boiling, then roasting) works very well with whole red potatoes. The finished potatoes are rough and crisp and very good.

    Recipe #86109

    I made this for brunch this morning, so thought I'd share.

    Recipe #98340

    This is one of Russell's favourite dips he makes when we are having a get together with friends. It's really simple to make.

    Recipe #31883

    Have not tried this yet but after a recent trip to the east coast I fell in love with crab cakes and this looks like an amazing variation! Originally from epicurious.com.

    Recipe #93540

    3 Reviews |  By Ninna

    I first tried this years ago when a friend passed on the recipe. I whipped the ingredients together until thick and loved the result but later found my friend just stirred hers so her dip was quite liquidy. I actually prefer it whipped but either way guests enjoy it. I have also used Godiva or Mozart Liqueur (chocolate) depending on what I have available. I made this yesterday with Mozart Liqueur for JanS - she requested I submit the recipe.

    Recipe #87435

    This may take a bit of time to make but it is one of my favourite comfort foods, especially on a nippy winter day. From Cooking for Diabetics by Michekke Berriedale-Johnson

    Recipe #30858

    8 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    Ranch dip or dressing from scratch. I love Ranch dressing and dip. Sometimes the store is to far away. I live 30 minutes from an affordable grocery store.

    Recipe #42406

    2 Reviews |  By Evie*

    This is a real favourite, I buy the beef filet when its on sale and freeze it just to make this recipe.

    Recipe #16004

    Recipe #5108

    Creamy sauce and tender chicken, a very nice dinner.

    Recipe #21961

    5 Reviews |  By s'kat

    A warm mushroom salad, a warm late winter's eve.. I think perhaps I can make it 'till spring! I enjoyed it with purely the mushrooms and juices, but you may also prefer the traditional salad toppers. Courtesy DailyRecipe email service.

    Recipe #20433

    I first saw these "tortured" chickens served at a bar-b-q. Lined up on a serving platter, beer cans still in place! Talk about a conversation starter!The dry rub sounds bizarre, but I guarantee the proportions blend into a delicious combination.

    Recipe #20099

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