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    Smile for the Camera

    These are all recipes that are sitting pretty, simply waiting for someone to take their picture. Many are still sadly sitting in the very dark and lonely room called My Poor Neglected Babies still waiting for someone to make them and give them a review. Some have been reviewed by Grumpy, I guess we all have been visited by that little Dwarf. But they still will smile and say Cheese if you will but take their picture.
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    Another recipe from Mom's Grey Cookbook posted for posterities sake. This is a dish brought to a Family Reunion by our Second Cousin Caroline. Mom loved em so much there wasn't a family get together that she didn't make them for us.

    Recipe #159741

    Another recipe from "Home Cooking" magazine. It's the double dose of butter that makes these old-fashioned biscuits tender and flaky inside, crisp and golden outside.

    Recipe #178078

    Another "Home Cooking" recipe. A short cut bread easy making for the beginner.

    Recipe #178169

    As an old time former Tupperware Manager I used to use this recipe alot for Parties, and it is so darned easy. What I would do is make the bread at home, wrap the loaves in nice saran wrap and cellophane with bow, and give as game prizes with recipes given out to everyone who ordered any of the Bowls, Mix and Store, measuring cups or spoons. I am submitting it here so any dealers who might want to use it for their Parties can...and all us who have the old Fix and Mix bowls will surely enjoy making this. Rising time not included in prepartion time, as it is passive time that is spent doing something else.

    Recipe #170284

    Posted for ZWT II - Eastern Europe/ Hungary This recipe is from "Bon Appetit Tastes of the World". Spoon this over egg noodles that have been tossed with butter and poppy seeds.

    Recipe #172081

    Posting this for ZWT II - Canada as taken from Epicurean.com. Eat this with a nice cup of coffee, or tea.

    Recipe #172976

    Posted for ZWT II - Canada as taken from Epicurean.com. Cooking the pure maple syrup to soft-ball stage concentrates its woodsy rich flavor, and I use the Amber Maple Syrup which only intensifies this wonderful taste treat.

    Recipe #172978

    This is a recipe developed by my youngest DD who at the time didn't know how to make scalloped potatoes, and came up with this recipe. It is easy, fast and delicious for one of those quick meals after work or a busy day in the fields. Just mix it up and pop it in the oven with a roast for the evening, make a nice crisp fresh salad while they are cooking.

    Recipe #216995

    Posting this for ZWT II 2006 Asia as take from Sunsets Chinese Cookbook. These are meant to be eaten with chopsticks, but just as easily picked up with your fingers, these tiney open-faced sandwiches make a delicious hot appetizer to pass at a party. You assembe them ahead, then deep fry them just before serving.

    Recipe #174907

    Posted for ZWT II 2006 Asia as taken from Sunsets Chinese Cookbook. A favorite Chinese appetizer - more moist and less brittle than our cowboy jerky. You precook the meat in two stages: this eliminates the extensive drying that most Jerky requires. After this precooking, drying the meat in a moderately hot oven for a short time preserves it enough so you can keep it moist and tender for several months in the refrigerator. Cooking time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #174908

    Posting this for ZWT II as taken from "The Ultimate Ice Cream Book". Blood Oranges earn their name from the Dark red flesh. They are common thoughout the Mediterranean region and are becoming readily available in the United States. The cooking time depends on how Fast your Ice Cream Machine freezes. Sometimes I bypass the Ice Cream Machine altogeather, and simply put the sorbet in a freezer safe container, freeze it and then set it out about 10 to 15 minutes prior to using it...this softens it just enough to scoop.

    Recipe #174910

    Posted as taken from "The Ultimate Ice Cream Book" by Bruce Weinstein. If I am going to make ice cream, this is the book I go to. Almond paste can be found in the baking aisle of most supermarket.

    Recipe #175039

    This is posted as take from "The Ultimate Ice Cream Book" by Bruce Weinstein. Almond paste (sometimes called marzipan) can be found in the baking aisle of most supermarkets.

    Recipe #175040

    Found this neat recipe in "The Ultimate Ice Cream Book" and thought how neat to share with you guys here. These cones taste somewhat like fortune cookies and are very sturdy.They're easiest to make if you have a nonstick cookie sheet and cone-shaped molds. Cone shaped molds are currently being sold at http://kasbahouse.com/1.pizelle.1.htm for about $7 not including s/h or any applicable taxes.

    Recipe #175046

    Posting this for ZWT II - Australia/New Zealand. Found this today in the Sacramento Bee as submitted by Lisa Brown of Fresno. Although this does not include the chocolate coating, that can easily be added by melting semi-sweet chocolate chips in a microwave and carefully spreading them on the hardened and cooled Honeycomb. ***NOTE*** for easy cleanup, spray the measuring spoon with nonstick spray before measuring honey and corn syrup.

    Recipe #175745

    Sometime back I saw a post requesting this recipe, which I was able to locate, but now can't find the request...go figure! So gonna post it now and hope someday to find who asked for it.

    Recipe #176064

    This recipe found on a 3x5 card from Pfaltzgraff. Posting it for ZWT.

    Recipe #176679

    This is out of the Sacramento Bee as submitted by Stacy Silvey, who states it is a recipe she adapted from the South Beach Diet Cookbook. This tastes exactly like the Cheesecake Factory version.

    Recipe #177079

    This is another recipe featured on our local television noon news show. U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish is raised in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Although "born" in the South, it's truly the all-American fish and is available nationwide all year long. Its firm texture keeps it from flaking or falling apart, making it ideal for the grill. And the mild, slightly sweet flavor of the American-grown product quickly absorbs the flavors of marinades, spices and Salsas. U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish is delicious, safe, and easy to cook. You're gonna love it.

    Recipe #177946

    As take from "Home Cooking" magazine. Let your kids help put these colorful jars together - they make great teacher gifts, or just about anybody gift...who doesn't enjoy a quick cookie mix in their basket. I like to combine my cookie mixes with a jar of Russian Refresher Mix recipe#159755 or a Hot Chocolate or Flavored Coffee Mix in the baskets. Also to gift for different holidays, use chocolate covered mini candies in different colors, pastels for Easter, red and whites for Valentines days, or find those nifty Christmas colors.

    Recipe #178072

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