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This is a classic! With small portobello mushrooms (cremini) and carrots, red wine and no tomatoes! Adapted from Cooking Light magazine(Jan/Feb 2006).

Recipe #184607

A delicious salad dressing made even better with fresh herbs! Adapted from Martha Stewart Living magzine.

Recipe #181393

This is a sweet and tart berry cobbler,and has plenty of yummy juice to spoon over vanilla ice cream. Adapted from Food&Wine magazine.

Recipe #181334

So good in the morning with a nice cup of your favorite coffee or tea. Adapted from Country Living magazine.

Recipe #180395

A great start to your morning! From Country Living magazine. Cook time is chill time.-

Recipe #179829

Gently lifted from a soy sauce site, this is kid friendly! Curry dip is used alot in India, parts of Africa and England!

Recipe #179729

Spinach is so good, and with soft poached eggs, this is divine! From Food & Wine magazine. This recipe originates in England and France.

Recipe #179419

A tip top way to serve the humble tuna!

Recipe #179301

A great sandwich! Adapted from Country Living magazine.

Recipe #178350

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

Recipe #177571

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

Recipe #73039

Now this may sound a tad strange, but hey, try it! This is great on any bread, but I like pumpernickel, whole wheat, and rye! This came out of Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery. Using cream cheese, this is an English recipe.

Recipe #81175

This makes for delicious hors d'oeuvres or a wonderful sandwich on a baguette or whole-grain bread! This also makes a great spread for sandwiches, crackers, or just stand in front of the refrigerator with a spoon! Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook. Enjoy! Recipe hails from England and France.

Recipe #97943

This recipe came from Harper's Restaraunt in Charlotte, N.C. I got it out of a Good Housekeeping magazine and tweaked it just a bit. Enjoy!

Recipe #110189

From B&G Foods, this can be prepared ahead of time, then just popped under the broiler when company comes! Great for the holidays, when you are so busy!

Recipe #131134

These are chewy, crusty loaves that have all the aroma of a traditional yeast bread, but they don't take all the time. Quick rise yeast shortens proofing time, and smaller pans trim baking time. From Cooking Pleasures magazine. This is great served with Kansas City Steak Soup. This is a rustic bread, originating in Europe(England and France)

Recipe #135547

Nice ripe tomatoes stuffed with bread crumbs, garlic and cheese...mmmmm...mmmmmm! From the Cabot cheese folks! This recipe is Southern, and also Northeastern and Australian!

Recipe #175317

An easy and pretty recipe that is a crowd pleaser! Great for a party. Kids love it too! From the Reynolds folks!

Recipe #176221

An English recipe that is easy and yummy! Also enjoyed in the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, Mid West

Recipe #175881

From British Foods, this is a new way to fix cucumbers (at least to me it's new!)

Recipe #175883

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