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    This is so simple and so good. Update: I have changed the sugar ingredient amount from 5 1/2 cups to 2 1/2 cups-5 cups because it is so sweet, you don't need all the amount. Enjoy!

    Recipe #38275

    These are lovely for breakfast and make a great late night snack!

    Recipe #84867

    This is a scrumptious, out of the ordinary sandwich, that will tickle your taste buds! Popular in England, Scandinavia, and all over the USA (especially California)

    Recipe #51144

    Adapted from House & Garden, 1964! Easy and tasty! A Scandinavian table is seldom without them. You can use canned beets for this.

    Recipe #235366

    I have been craving the cool crispiness of fresh celery. Now teamed with creamy chunks of tangy blue cheese, it's so simple and so pleasing. Serve with rice pilaf or polenta cutlets. Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook. Enjoy! Recomended cheeses are Maytag, mellow Danish, and Buttermilk Blue.

    Recipe #264481

    This will dazzle your taste buds! From 30 Minute Meals. Mustard type barbecue sauces were brought over from England to the Southern states.

    Recipe #62747

    Ahhhh, what can I say? I love molasses.

    Recipe #34000

    You'll want to double this recipe, 35 cookies isn't enough. Fact. End of conversation. A Southern recipe!

    Recipe #27132

    From the Essential Eating Well Cookbook, these are so tasty!

    Recipe #200969

    Make this to accompany a cookout,a barbecue, or a covered-dish dinner. It is appealing and simple to prepare.

    Recipe #46958

    This is quick, tastes rich and creamy. Great to take to cookouts and potlucks!!!

    Recipe #53678

    A salad with a Scandinavian twist! Adapted from an aritcle by Rick Nelson, Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune.

    Recipe #235364

    The red and orange colors of shredded beets and carrots make this a beautiful centerpiece with a crisp texture and tangy flavor.

    Recipe #92762

    This is a quick and easy recipe. It can be served as an everyday kind of meal or as the main course of an elaborate and elegant dinner. From the Moosewood Restaraunt Low-Fat Favorites Cookbook. Prep time includes marinating time. This is an English recipe.

    Recipe #43582

    This salad improves with a day in the fridge! Adapted from the August issue of Gourmet magazine. I have added more vegetables.

    Recipe #236974

    "Crisp fall apples, tossed in cinnamon and baked with delicious streusel. Almost as good as pie, with half the calories and it's in the oven in 10 minutes! Plus, it can be served warm with ice cream, and the smaller size means it won't be there to tempt you later. Enough for a small mini casserole dish that will serve 3-4 people. Double the recipe for an 8x8 pan, quadruple it for a 9x13 pan". Unless you double the batch and use a bigger pan, in which case, it's a great breakfast topping for oatmeal! Enjoy! Adapted from Penzey's spices and the intro is what they said about the recipe. A little history: In baking and pastry making, the term streusel (a German word meaning "something scattered or sprinkled", from the verb streuen, akin to the English verb 'strew') refers to a crumb topping of butter, flour, and white sugar (traditional German) that is baked on top of muffins, breads, and cakes (e.g. Streuselkuchen). Some modern recipes add various spices and occasionally chopped nutmeats. Although the topping is of German origin, it is sometimes referred to as Danish or Swedish.

    Recipe #405704

    A delicious butter with the flavors of Scandinavia! Fresh dill makes this so good! Wonderful over fish, veggies, especially new potatoe, and yummy with eggs.

    Recipe #427691

    This is a great dressing to serve over greens, chicken salad, even fruit! Adapted from That's My Home.

    Recipe #146145

    This is a Scandinavian recipe adapted from Tina Nordstrom's recipes in New Scandinavian Cooking. I love mushrooms and this is so good with the thyme and parmesan! Great as a side dish and it's also good on toast or with pasta. Enjoy!

    Recipe #367518

    Mmmmm....zucchini and cucumber marinated in an oil and balsamic vinegar dressing kicked up with olives, cherry tomatoes and dijon mustard! Adapted from Country Home magazine.

    Recipe #159002

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