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    This rich, elegant soup is a perfect beginning for an important dinner. Try to use fresh mint! English and also French recipe.

    Recipe #43339

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

    Recipe #28517

    This is a great change from regular potato salad! Love it! An English take on a French recipe, now all American!

    Recipe #44522

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

    Recipe #47749

    This is so yummy, not to mention pretty! Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine. A European recipe(English and French), also much enjoyed in the Northeast!

    Recipe #163936

    From the Early Girl Eatery in Asheville, N.C. courtesy of $40 a Day with Rachael Ray, this is fabulous!

    Recipe #114192

    I don't drink liqueur, but this sounds so good, and I just bought some raspberry syrup! Here is my take on the non-alcoholic version. Enjoy! Adapted from Cooking Light magazine. A French recipe.

    Recipe #168574

    Old fashioned chocolate dipped Coffee Pecan Toffee! This makes a great gift! From Better Homes and Gardens. A popular variant of toffee in the US is English toffee, which is a very buttery toffee often made with almonds. It is available in both chewy and hard versions; there is some debate as to which is the traditional English style and which is an Americanized version. A popular presentation of English toffee is covered in chocolate and almond pieces.

    Recipe #103657

    These become tender and soft in the oven, and are finished off under the broiler to crip them up! Adapted from Cooking Pleasures magazine. Potatoes and leeks were used throughout Europe and are considered Irish, Russian and Southern USA foods.

    Recipe #156080

    Oh yum! I love pears and this is so good! Adapted from House Beautiful 2000.

    Recipe #149004

    This stew is spicy! If you need to reduce the amount of pepper in the seasoning mix, that's okay, or you can serve each portion with a dollop of sour cream, at room temperature, as a cooling topping. Delicious! The British made lots of beef stews, and then Chef Paul Prudhomme added some extra spice!

    Recipe #47060

    The perfect solution to the "blues"! A heavenly dish made with blue cheese! This dish won second place in the 1993 Georgia Beef Cookoff! Credit goes to Rebecca Gulledge of Marietta, Ga. Blue cheese is believed to have been discovered by accident. The caves (in France) that early cheeses were aged in shared the properties of being temperature and moisture controlled environments, as well as being favorable to many varieties of mold. Roquefort is said to have been invented in 1070 AD. Gorgonzola is one of the oldest known blue cheeses, having been created around 879 AD, though it is said that it did not actually contain blue-veins until around the 11th century. Stilton from England is a relatively new addition occurring sometime in the 18th century. Many varieties of blue cheese that originated subsequently were an attempt to fill the demand for Roquefort-style cheeses that were prohibitive either due to cost or politics.

    Recipe #49373

    I love cole slaw! Here's a new recipe from Taste of Home, tweaked just a little!

    Recipe #152173

    This is a lovely dressing that goes well over greens, fruit, meat, etc. From the British Columbia Raspberry folks!

    Recipe #175380

    Adapted from Eat What You Love and Lose, published in Family Circle magazine, this is yummy! I have made it even healthier! New England, South, Mid Atlantic, Canada

    Recipe #140673

    This is from the Babbling Brook Inn in Santa Cruz, California. A beautiful thing!

    Recipe #127680

    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 lovely mild spoon bread that makes a great addition to any meal! This can be made ahead and baked later. This recipe came courtesy of Ben Barker, Magnolia Grill, in Durham, N.C. Cook time does not include cooking of sweet potato. You could replace the potato with pumpkin for pumpkin spoon bread, or other squash. I might even try banana and see what happens!

    Recipe #105292

    These make great tea sandwiches, appetizers or lunch!

    Recipe #101866

    Well, this is a multi-cultural recipe! It uses Challah bread, making it Jewish, Canadian strawberry jam, and is an English recipe. Go figure! This dessert is also a wonderful breakfast, topped with maple syrup!

    Recipe #172933

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