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    The restaurant sells these in their little take out store with gourmet items and cant keep them in stock. (along with the other nut recipes of theirs). Simple to do at home

    Recipe #265648

    Posting this as a candidate for my Christmas cookie trays. You can omit the chopped crystallized ginger and increase the ground ginger to 1 1/2 teaspoons, if desired. I have not yet tried these but would welcome feedback if you get to them before I do. Preparation includes 20 minutes freezing time.

    Recipe #187976

    10 Reviews |  By Davepc

    Yummy Rocky Road for chocky lovers. Put a few in a cellophane bag and tie with green and red ribbon for a tasty Christmas gift.

    Recipe #47764

    I saw this on the cover of Family Circle magazine and it looked amazing. Just perfect for our hot Aussie Christmas. This need to be chilled overnight. For Australians or New Zealanders out there, instead of the 90grams chocolate you can use 3 flake bars.

    Recipe #269002

    7 Reviews |  By An_Net

    This recipe has been used in our family for many years. It uses everyday ingredients and comes together in just a few minutes. I looked for similar on 'Zaar and couldn't find anything. Charlotte J has advised that Vita Brits (I prefer these to Weet-Bix) are available in the US @ http://www.aussieproducts.com/Aboutus.asp

    Recipe #269938

    I really like this sauce served with all kinds of smoked fish (salmon and trout immediately come to mind) - it really complements the richness of the fish, without masking the wonderful smoky flavour.

    Recipe #106801

    Here is a yummy recipe I invented the other weekend to use a great steamer that I got for my wedding! We cooked it with steamed broccoli and brown rice, but would be good with almost anything.

    Recipe #151108

    9 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a lovely side dish that goes well with poultry, pork or almost any thing. It is sometimes nice to have two different stuffings for different tastes If you are going to double this recipe do not double the sage or it will overpower just add a little bit more than the original recipe

    Recipe #71054

    When you've had your fill of summer salad regulars like coleslaw, potato and macaroni, try this broccoli salad. It's a nice change of pace. Use your preference for the cheese, i.e. cheddar, mozzarella, etc.

    Recipe #256522

    3 Reviews |  By Marie

    I saw Paula Deen make these on the Food Network and they look wonderful - like candy coated pecans. They would be a great addition to your holiday cookie trays.

    Recipe #143055

    7 Reviews |  By BecR

    These nuts are addictive!!! Serve as a delicious snack, super-easy appetizer (great on a Ritz cracker with whipped cream cheese), topping for salads (see my Waldorf Salad recipe #117914) or in candied sweet potatoes. And, they make the perfect hostess gift especially during the Holiday Season! I make a double batch before Thanksgiving and freeze in ziplock bags for use at Christmas and New Years. The kick is up to you, as they are really very mild as written (we think they are perfect this way). Recipe was given to me by my sister, originally from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #117774

    These delicious nuts are such a sweet crunchy treat. Great for parties or late night munchies. Makes enough to keep a bit around for another day :)

    Recipe #28564

    I prefer to make this sauce ahead to give the flavors time to blend together. I've usually served this with salmon baked with a combination of white wine, tarragon, dill & shallots or scallions. I'm posting this the way it originally came to me, but nowadays I would omit the salt and let others add it at the dinner table.

    Recipe #102047

    At Christmas time we love to serve our visitors these tiny Christmas cakes, baked in muffin tins. They're easy to make, dark, moist and full of flavour. Start this recipe at least one day ahead as the fruit needs to soak overnight. Preparation time does not include this step.

    Recipe #105332


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