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    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This simple ice makes the most of summers ripe cherries. For great color, use Black Cherries. The 4 hrs cook time is freezing time without an ice cream maker. Don't expect a hard freeze for this ice, it will remain in a semi-hard frozen state. It's delicious as it is :D

    Recipe #241044

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A peachy grown up popsicle.

    Recipe #241036

    This pie was invented by mistake as I thought I was using gooseberries, not boysenberries. It turned out delicious and tastes like a chocolate covered cherry. =] The chocolate graham cracker crust can be substituted for a regular pie crust.

    Recipe #240946

    Utterly flourless, simply gluten-free, almost fat-free, and absolutely delicious. The egg whites give these cookies a lovely chewy texture, and cocoa powder packs a serious punch. From the King Arthur Flour web site, slightly modified.

    Recipe #240945

    I came up with this, based on what I had in the cupboard one day, and then fine tuned it. It is INCREDIBLY rich, but I like that. Adjust coconut and pecans to taste.

    Recipe #240927

    I got this recipe a few years ago out of the local newspaper. It is really yummy!

    Recipe #240911

    No fail recipe that goes back generations in my family.

    Recipe #240907

    You can really shake up your chicken routine simply with a scrumptious bruschetta topping and a little barbecue flair.

    Recipe #239446

    Bottled garlic, ginger, and pesto are a hurried cook's friends. You'll find them in your supermarket's produce section.

    Recipe #240711

    To serve four, use five teaspoons flour and double the remaining ingredients. Doubling the flour would make the base too heavy.

    Recipe #240719

    Another State Fair winner.

    Recipe #209105

    It's a good flavor.

    Recipe #208769

    Won a blue ribbon at the county fair for this one.

    Recipe #208751

    This recipe got me the Purple Rossette Ribbon actually. Top of all the dried foods at the Nebraska State fair.

    Recipe #209103

    Strawberries and lavender are a wonderful combination. Not only that the jam is tasting great, it has also a great flavor, which fills the air, when you open the glass. Can there be something better than breakfast with such a jam? In this method I use Dr. Oetker's "Gelling Sugar", which already contains pectin. The "Super Gelling Sugar 3:1" reduces the amount of needed sugar to 1/3 of the fruit weight. This makes the jam not so sweet and very fruity and fresh. This jam is best when made with fresh lavender inflorescences while still flowering. I have enough lavender in the garden.

    Recipe #242048

    This blueberry jam is flavored with fresh sage and freshly grated ginger. In this method I use Dr. Oetker's "Gelling Sugar", which already contains pectin. The "Super Gelling Sugar 3:1" reduces the amount of needed sugar to 1/3 of the fruit weight. This makes the jam not so sweet and very fruity and fresh.

    Recipe #241976

    My mom gave me this recipe. I remember her making it. Now when we go to visit friends, they beg us to bring our cheesecake. All my kids and husband can make this recipe. You can also make this lighter by using light cream cheese, light whipped topping and light pie filling.

    Recipe #208734

    Make your own pie crust or use a refrigerated pie crust if you are in a hurry. This pie is delicious with fresh or frozen rhubarb.

    Recipe #205064

    From mom--chocolate chocolate chip pudding cake with a layer of fudge sauce, vanilla or chocoalte frosting, and more fudge sauce! This is rich and sweet--and super-easy because you don't have to "make" anything:) *Prep time includes cooling time.*

    Recipe #72997

    My grandmother made this cake almost every week it seemed. She made it right in the baking dish. I make it in a bowl then put it in the dish.

    Recipe #208739

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