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    Found this on a Welsh cooking site. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #423375

    This is a girlie fru-fru drink that smells like the real thing. From All-recipes.

    Recipe #216034

    I just love lemon desserts and plan to make this soon! From the Sherwood Inn. Skaneateles, New York.

    Recipe #269365

    I am posting this recipe in honor of one of my favorite Uncles, Edward. I snuck some leftovers from out of the fridge while on a family vacation. I must have almost wore out the hinges on the refrigerator with the amount of times I opened and shut the fridge door taking spoonfuls of the flaky crust and tender beef. I went years and years without ever having another bite of anything quite like it. My Uncle Ed is still one of my favorites and so is his beef wellington. I'm hoping this one will do in a pinch. From Claire Robinson

    Recipe #429513

    You must use fresh potatoes for this. These potatoes develop a crisp crust when seared in olive oil. They can be served with dinner or breakfast. Recipe from Vegetarian Planet. Cooking and prep times are an estimate.

    Recipe #200897

    This pie is so easy to make and won the 1999 American Pie Council's Pie Championship in the Custard Pie Category.

    Recipe #181205

    Ina's done it again! A pot roast to please your whole family and your guests will leave wanting the recipe. It will make your house smell wonderful. Adapted to reduce the salt and pepper by 1 tsp. each from Barefoot Contessa. Make sure to use KOSHER salt or reduce the salt significantly.

    Recipe #368597

    Light and moist, these are perfect for breakfast or with afternoon coffee. Recipe is from Fields of Greens. Variation included for Apricot-Walnut Scones

    Recipe #200833

    You can vary these light and fluffy scones by using raspberry or cherry jam. Recipe courtesy of Sunset.

    Recipe #184455

    Moist scones that include a sweet orange glaze to drizzle over the top. Eat some now, and freeze some for later. This is a Barefoot Contessa recipe.

    Recipe #186672

    These are great with a cup of coffee or tea.The texture is similar to a biscuit and not as dry as most scones. They can be frozen and baked at a later date. Amount of servings is an estimate and prep time does not include 45 min. of refridgeration.

    Recipe #181083

    Perfect for brunch, the bacon in these scones offers a savory twist. If using frozen blueberries, do not thaw them. From Taste of Home Simple and Delicious.

    Recipe #302055

    This is a rich custard that is lightened by the fresh taste of lemon. From Fields of Greens. They are best served warm from the oven but can be served at room temp. They can also be refrigerated, if necessary, but give them plenty of time to return to room temperature before serving.

    Recipe #203989

    This makes 6 individual flans. The custard of these flans can be made a day in advanced. From the recipe files of the CIA: Culinary Institute of America. Prep and cook time does not include time to allow the custard come to room temp.

    Recipe #204447

    I plan on making this over the holidays. The time includes chill time in the fridge. Toffee keeps for 2 weeks in an airtight container at room temperature or for a month if chilled. Please be careful while working with the hot toffee and keep some ice water nearby.

    Recipe #268788

    Do you have some oranges from your garden that are too bitter to eat? Give this recipe a try. It will make you happy you planted that orange tree even if it refuses to give you sweet oranges. Special Equipment: 10 (8-ounce) canning jars with rings and lids, funnel, tongs, ladle, and 12-quart pot

    Recipe #356268


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