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    This is a easy and tasty side dish. The croquettes can be made into smaller portions for appetizers. It is also lends itself as recipe that can be adapted easily to personal tastes and cooking styles.

    Recipe #497518

    This is a southwest France classic. It's a rich, hearty stew. Traditional cassoulets can take days to make. Here, Sara Moulton created an easier version for the regular home cook.

    Recipe #483150

    From Martha Stewart. Very impressive but not very difficult! This should be chilled for at least eight hours and can be made up to one day ahead.

    Recipe #243661

    When Sex & the City was on HBO, I hosted a girls' get-together every Sunday night, complete with cosmopolitans and champagne. This baked brie got the most compliments and there were never leftovers. Note that this can be made in advance and put in the oven when your guests arrive - the house will smell good! The recipe is originally from Gourmet magazine.

    Recipe #213270

    1 Reviews |  By Alskann

    A French classic Salmon and Spinach terrine recipe. Delicious served with a nice rice pilaf.

    Recipe #232765

    One preparation that French country cooks use to great advantage is spiced and seasoned salt. While salt and pepper shakers do appear on French dinner tables, they are rarely used. Gallic cooks can be deeply offended by guests who season their food at the table. They believe in seasoning it correctly in the kitchen, during the cooking. From the book "The French Farmhouse Kitchen" by Eileen Reece. The following age - old recipe comes from a farm in Vendée.

    Recipe #478791

    Adapted from the book "The French Farmhouse Kitchen" by Eileen Reece. Flavored wine vinegar has been an important ingredient in French cooking since medieval times when vinegar was essential in order to keep meat edible in warm weather. Use whatever herbs and seeds you like or have in the garden. Thread perl onions or garlic with a darning needle on a fine string, tie around the cork and suspend into the vinegar.

    Recipe #479702

    A different way of preparing rice and a great accompaniment to roasted meats and game. From the book "The French Farmhouse Kitchen" by Eileen Reece.

    Recipe #478762

    A really easy & delectable loaf of bread from your Bread Making Machine! I use a mix of Farmhouse or Country White flour with Multi-Grain flour. The cheese is Parmesan cheese for a slightly "Cheesy" kick! This recipe is dependant on your Bread Machine - mine is a Russell Hobbs Breadman Ultimate and I use the White - Rapid - 2lb - Medium Crust setting for this bread; that is just a guide, as your bread machine might be bit a different - but that setting has worked for my family & friends! An easy-to-whip-up family loaf which is healthy & very tasty. It is particlarly good toasted the day after. If you don't want to use as much olive oil as I do - it IS good for you however - reduce it by 1 tablespoon; the texture is not as good, but it still works!PLEASE NOTE - I ALWAYS test my recipes at least twice before I post them - and photograph them wherever possible - as you can see from the photo, this bread DID cook right the way through, and, your measuremnts MUST be spot on when making bread in a bread machine!

    Recipe #192012

    A delectable and spicy sandwich that uses vintage Farmhouse Cheddar cheese alongside spicy aubergine slices and mango chutney. I make this with granary bread for an extra dimension. This is another wonderful recipe from the West Country Farmhouse Cheesemakers website, who promote hand-made cheeses from Farmhouses in the West Country of England. www.farmhousecheesemakers.co.uk (Prep time includes cooking the aubergine slices.)

    Recipe #421075

    This recipe is simplicity itself but truly festive and delicious, real Farmhouse Cheddar cheese melted with cranberry jelly between rustic thick sliced bread. Great with a glass of spiced mulled wine at Christmas, or with a chillled Rose or Chardonnay in the summer. Recipe from West Country Farmhouse Cheesemakers. Here is what they say about their special cheeses: "Welcome to the West Country Farmhouse Cheesemakers website, the home of authentic handmade Farmhouse Cheddar. Here you’ll discover everything you need to know about the world’s finest cheeses to enjoy over the festive period. We’re a small group of farmers based in the South West of England and we share a passion for the traditional art of cheesemaking. Every one of our Cheddars is made in the West Country, by West Country families using West Country milk. That’s why we can call them West Country cheeses. Every one of our authentic cheeses is made on the farm. That’s what makes them authentic Farmhouse cheeses. Every one of them is made by hand. That’s why we can call them handmade. It’s the care and expertise of our cheesemakers and the different geographical locations of our farms that gives each of our cheeses a character of its own. Our Farmhouse cheeses have a lingering, full-bodied and complex flavour with a start, a middle and an end, and their texture is substantial yet temptingly crumbly." www.farmhousecheesemakers.co.uk

    Recipe #421074

    Vampires beware! Actually, don't be put off by the large quantity of garlic in this recipe. When the garlic cooks, the flavor mellows out and it isn't overpowering at all (although you and your significant other may want to be sure you both eat dinner together!) Good served with either mashed potatoes or rice.

    Recipe #28518

    This is my improvisation of a recipe found in "The Slow Cooker Bible." Though I am not especially fond of the canned soups, this appealed to me and I tested it using an adaptation of Recipe #18157. The result was a bit soupy but the taste was very good. For convenience, you may find it easier to use store bought canned soup. The dish itself is warm and comforting with a nice blend of flavors. Perfect as the weather gets cooler. Serve over rice or noodles.

    Recipe #263171

    Peas came in late this year. Not enough to freeze like I always do so instead I tried this simple, tasty treat because I love lettuce, peas, and with a bit of butter. The new scallions that I pulled up from the earth, the fresh lettuce, snipped, and the peas just make such a treat to devour and enjoy the accomplishment of these garden treats.

    Recipe #311599

    The broccoli keeps growing and growing. It's a darn hardy vegetable plant that gives and gives. Once you take the first crown, then the darling plant proceeds to take on many different baby crowns, that are tender, and perfection plus! I really like that a simple, yet, flourishing plant can bring that much enjoyment to our day. I particularly like this recipe, as it can be a whole dinner for us some evenings. Although Dennis does require "meat" at most meals, he could just as happily toddle off with a large scoop of this casserole and a fork, and he proclaims he is in heaven. Just a simple, farming, boastful dish of warmness and total soul comforting veggies. I agree, this is not a skinny dish, but you can make it that way just by changing the fat to low fat and increase the spices. Come'on -- try it, I promise it won't hurt a bit.

    Recipe #267839

    A boozy lavender fruit cup made with vermouth, herbs and fresh strawberries! How good is that! This is another gem of a recipe that I discovered on a recipe card from Wolds Way Lavender Farm in North Yorkshire, England – which is just 10 minutes from my parent's cottage. The delicately flavoured drink is the perfect way to unwind after a long, hard day........It is almost better than Pimms, and, as Pimms is my favourite summertime tipple, that is really saying something! Sit back, relax, sip and enjoy!

    Recipe #384077

    A wonderful recipe that I discovered on a recipe card from Wold's Way Lavender Farm in North Yorkshire, England! This magical lavender farm is just down the road from my parent's house and is high on my "must visit" list when I go home to England. I have found that this tea is a miracle worker for headaches, head colds and colds in general........the soothing honey helps sore throats whilst the lemon contains essential vitamin C, and the lavender provides a calming and refreshing element to this herbal tea or tisane. Although this is mainly served hot, I have made this during the summer months as an iced tea, as it's perfect for hot, sultry days.

    Recipe #384075

    Enjoy this delicious vegetarian Paté with slices of fresh crusty baguette and a Glass of chilled Muscadet! From the book" The French Farmhouse Kitchen" by Eileen Reece. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #478753

    Hot, savory tarts known as "croustades" are a first course specialty of Sunday farmhouse lunches in France. They vary with the region, the family recipe and the season. They all have one thing in common, though, they start with "paté brisée", the pastry dough for the shell. Use a tarte form with a removable bottom for easy unmoulding. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #478755

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