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This is more of a technique than a recipe. I adapted this from the Food Network. this would be great using mint or herb teas!

Recipe #188113

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

This is English cookery at its best! Recipe given by James Beard.

Recipe #67591

These taste great, even without the sauce! Good served with buttered sliced carrots. From Woman's Day magazine. The English and French both used lots of cream in their recipes.

Recipe #90361

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

From British Foods Downunder site. Also enjoyed in New England!

Recipe #175886

Homemade soup that doesn't take all day to cook! With the addition of Brie cheese, this soup is a winner!

Recipe #47749

This soup is delicious! I usually add more potatoes. Yum!

Recipe #28517

It's cold outside. You're feeling blue. You need rumbledethumps, it's so comforting! If you're feeling really down, top with a fried egg. Adapted from Good Cooking by Jill Dupleix. Enjoy!

Recipe #294541

This delicious recipe came from the American Dairy Association,courtesy of Home Cooking. Packed with oats, cranberries, and buttermilk, this is a treat for the eyes and the tummy! Cranberries are grown in the Mid West, New England and Canada!

Recipe #111839

A great way to use that eggnog! Don't ya just love the holidays?

Recipe #198912

A yummy glaze with honey, brown sugar and mustard. From the Sue Bee Honey folks! Corned beef is very popular in England.

Recipe #167792

From the Little Rooster Cafe in Manchester, Vermont, this lifts the humble corned beef hash upward to stardom! Adapted from Rachael Ray's $40 a Day.

Recipe #131835

I never thought something so weird sounding could be so good! From Paula Deen.

Recipe #73039

A tip top way to serve the humble tuna!

Recipe #179301

A non-alcoholic drink with a little sizzle! This recpe is used in Europe(England, Meditteranean, Eastern Europe, and in the Northeastern, Western, and Mid West USA(where apples are grown).

Recipe #59742

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

Cereal with all the good things in it! A great way to start the day! Adapted from Country Living magazine(Feb.2006)

Recipe #177571

Capers make this a pequant dressing that doubles as a fine marinade for fish. Origins from France.

Recipe #85972

I often make this for my husband, who loves his hot cereal in the morning! One morning I was out of cream of wheat cereal, so came up with this! I hope you enjoy it! This is also good added to cream of wheat. You may also add chopped or sliced fruit(banana, peaches, apples, etc.), dried fruit(raisins, craisins, figs, dates, etc.) or other spices(nutmeg, cardamom, mace, etc.). I add a teaspoonful of ground flaxseed to mine sometimes.

Recipe #191393

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