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    An unusual recipe I clipped from Country Woman magazine years ago. I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #94627

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A variation on the peanut butter "closet sandwiches". Have you tried this one? If not, why not give it a go? I wondered about adding the red pepper, but knew I had eaten similar ingredients together before in Thai noodles (starchy, like bread) with peanut butter in the sauce, and with cucumbers, tomatoes and really hot peppers. So why not?

    Recipe #313248

    Just a strange little recipe I got from a friend. I'm always looking for unique recipes and I have seen a lot of salads and such made with edible flowers. -But I haven't seen many dandelion recipes. Instead of spraying that weed-be-gone all over your backyard this summer, maybe we can turn this foe into friend! LOL

    Recipe #160343

    One of the favorites in my restaurant.

    Recipe #165408

    This is dehydrated zucchini which has been candied. Some people say it tastes like dried apricots.

    Recipe #241133

    Homemade fresh mozzarella cheese has fabulous flavor. The instructions here for making your own at home are detailed but not difficult. Rennet and citric acid can be found in health food stores and specialty markets, mail order, and some pharmacies. (from Home Cheese Making by Ricki Carroll (Workman Publishing)) I made this and it's easy. If you can make pizza dough you can make this cheese, and you can basically make it in the time it takes for your dough to rise. Wow it is so much better than store bought. I'd give it 5 stars but I posted it so..... FYI fresh Mozzarella doesn't keep well and is best consumed the day it is made

    Recipe #290371

    An easy casserole made with pantry shelf staples. You can use any condensed cream soup flavor. Add extras or switch pastas.Try Green chilis, pimento, or diced green pepper.Use ingredients that are your favorites.That goes for seasonings too. You really can't go wrong.If you desire a lite version look for Spam Lite and lower sodium and fat soups. Spam and canned soups are salty, if you want additional salt, add it at the table.

    Recipe #291996

    64 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The cutest, delicate mice you ever saw! Everyone remarks about them. I give trays of assorted cookies each year and place them on top. They just make it! It actually is a help when the kids can put on the almonds. I don't remember where I got the recipe, so I gave the best measurements I can recall. It sounds like it could be a Hershey's recipe!? For adults you can strain the cherries, then add rum or almond liquor and soak overnight drain and dry proceed with recipe. Save the rum for drinks.

    Recipe #47819

    This is a very old British tradition & method of colouring and dying eggs to be boiled and eaten on Good Friday & throughout the Easter weekend. There are commercial dyes available nowadays, but I still prefer the traditional natural methods of colouring my Easter Pace Eggs – onions skins (and also spinach & beetroot water). The name Pace is thought to derive from the French word for Easter, Pâques…and in some parts of Britain – mainly Lancashire in the North West, these eggs are rolled down a hill, the winner being the owner of the egg which goes the furthest and has the least cracks or breaks in it! It is also traditional to give one of these eggs to each person who visits your home throughout the Easter period - what a wonderful alternative to the commercially over packaged chocolate eggs!

    Recipe #221017

    These cookies resemble oatmeal cookies, but they are crispier and have a unique taste. They don't contain any wheat, gluten, common headache triggers, milk or eggs. They're a nice treat for someone on a restrictive diet like mine, but I think they'll appeal to others too. (It didn't take long for my husband to ask for a second one, and he can eat anything.) I've only made this recipe at high altitude (5200 feet), so you'll have to test my low altitude suggestions.

    Recipe #159837

    Native to South America, quinoa is rich in fiber, protein and other nutrients. This is a lovely variation on the more common rice pudding and is best served warm. The final product is firm and can be sliced. Top with your favorite fruit and this dessert makes for a terrific breakfast. Since I tend to not like my desserts very sweet, I usually make this with 2/3 cup sugar or a combination of sugar and Splenda. (For Core followers, you can make this Core bu skipping the currants and nuts, and replacing the sugar with Splenda. Add the Splenda towards the end to avoid the artificially sweetened taste.)

    Recipe #137505

    A nice soothing hand cream for after a hard day of work in the garden.

    Recipe #237660

    Use this spray on plants that are being attacked by caterpillars and other chewing pests. Caterpillars would rather starve than eat leaves sprayed with this. this also has been used by some as a possum repellent. From "Organic Vegetable Gardening" by Annette McFarlane and the Gardening Australia team

    Recipe #68329

    Anti-fungal, anti-bacterial...and also an insect repellent. This is an organic recipe.

    Recipe #68652

    Oil based mixtures can be used to suffocate mites, scale and other soft-bodies insects. They help to repel leaf miner moths and sometimes even grasshoppers. Avoid using on plants with hairy leaves and during very hot weather. From Gardening Australia.

    Recipe #68331

    34 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is really good for between patio stones or rock areas that tend to sprout weeds. Do not use it on your lawn. The weeds will grow back but then just spray them again

    Recipe #37424

    (Recipe courtesy: SauerkrautRecipes.com)

    Recipe #46284

    Okay...so the truth is out...I love spam! This makes a terrific sandwich spread :)

    Recipe #182317

    There are so many interesting ideas on how to use ramen noodles. I thought this one might be fun to play with!

    Recipe #237890

    3 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Israel. From the "Best of International Cooking" cookbook. I have never made a dessert with turnips, but it sounds like it would be a spicy, moist cake. NOTE: The frosting for this cake uses raw egg yolks. If you are concerned about using raw eggs, I suggest making any vanilla frosting to frost cake and sprinkle with the grated walnuts.

    Recipe #173364

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