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I've been making this since the 1970's and it's great for satisfying that cheesecake craving. For pot luck or family gatherings, double the recipe and serve in a trifle bowl. Choose any type of pie filling, but I've found when doubling the recipe, one can of filling and one can of coconut is adequate. My personal favorite is blueberry.

Recipe #369275

A refreshing side dish that can be served either warm, at room temperature or chilled. From the cookbook The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen.

Recipe #136108

If you have a cold this soup will help clear your nasal passages, although I'd omit the cheese in this case. Smoked turkey can be used in place of the chicken.

Recipe #140135

THE original. I've also posted a vegetarian version. I have had the privilege of eating this sandwich on several occasions at Blue Bayou, possibly one of the most romantic restaurants ever (fascinated by the fake fireflies!) Directions should warn not to ride Alice in Wonderland's Tea Cups' after eating this. Courtesy of Not diet friendly.

Recipe #140973

From the cookbook International Vegetarian Cooking. This is a warm salad from the Provence region of France. Interesting combination of sweet, tangy, and salty ingredients. In the summer I might be inclined to add fresh basil; another addition might be capers. The gears are in motion... My knowledge of French cuisine is seriously lacking, so I think I'll gradually ease into it and approach it simply, beginning with wine, followed by salads, then work my way up.

Recipe #143130

Skip Cannes' Film Festival, eat these instead! From my favorite Mediterranean cookbook Mediterranean Light. Although most would consider this more of a summer sandwich, I will freely admit that I have indulged my craving for these in the dead of winter. Two words as to the success of this recipe: freshness and quality.

Recipe #144105

"Good things come in small packages" and that applies in a sense to recipes with very few ingredients. Original recipe specified rosemary but I leave it up to you to decide. Boiling the pan juices creates a delectable sweet-glossy glaze. Use a good quality balsamic vinegar, please! From Cooking Pleasures.

Recipe #144259

From The original recipe did not specify the type of mustard so I chose Dijon. A grainy brown mustard would probably work well in this chicken dish.

Recipe #157723

From a reprint of the vintage cookbook the Williamsburg Art of Cookery Or, Accomplifh'd Gentlewoman's Companion originally published in 1742. Cymlings are also known as patty pan squash. (I called them UFOs as a child and still do!) No amounts were given in the recipe therefore measurements and yield are estimated. Original recipe used either bacon ends or "fatback", if I'm understanding the language.

Recipe #160406

A fusion of old world and new world ingredients. It was tempting to want to add more lavender, but as you know, a little goes a <<<long>>> way. Therefore, my suggestion would be to add more lavender: at your own risk. Shhh! Don't mention the secret ingredient unless you're pressured... Inspiration from; my homebrewed version.

Recipe #235088

From Oregon-based I also threw in a little bit of Provencal mesclun to French-ify the recipe some more. When France and Oregon meet...This next song I'd like to dedicate to French Tart. ;)

Recipe #324678

Compliments of this New Orleans' specialty dessert is a much beloved recipe of mine I found online a few years ago. Preparing these fritters brings back cherished memories of trips with my family to Disneyland in Calfornia. The Disneyland Resort sells boxed fritter mixes but why buy a mix when you can make these easily and cheaply at home from scratch? Serve with coffee, hot cocoa or as they do in the South (at least by Disney's interpretation): non-alcoholic mint juleps!! See Recipe #148006

Recipe #125956

Out of frustration at not finding a decent blackened tofu recipe I made one up, using several recipes online as examples. The trick in frying the tofu is to remove the excess moisture from the tofu first. I always add less thyme-it not being my favorite herb...add more if you wish. Oh, this might be a good time to state that this is very spicy! Since I've posted this recipe I have actually reduced the amount of pepper.

Recipe #138074

From Bon Appetit November 1997. Can you believe it's low fat? This is begging to be served with red beans and rice! Cornbread sounds good, too! Tofu can be substituted for the chicken.

Recipe #138185

Whether the following recipe is traditional French or more "French-inspired", that I do not know. "What is Salade Gruyère de Comtè, Alex?" Is that the correct answer? Please use quality ingredients in this salad recipe. Don't try to sneak in Velveeta, my friend. I have eyes on the back of my head. ;) From a local source. Info for Gruyère de Comtè from Made from a centuries-old recipe, 70-pound wheels of Gruyere de Comté (Comté, for short) have been produced since the reign of Charlemagne, when there were no separate entities named France and Switzerland. Although Swiss Gruyere may be better known, the French variety is no less special. Created by local villagers in alpine dairies called "Fruiteries", its milk comes only from Montbeliarde and Tachete de L'est cows. Contributing to Comté's unique flavor, morning and evening milkings are mingled before the cheesemaking process. For transforming the milk into curds, the cheesemaker must only use natural ferments to receive the Comte seal. The wheels are aged for six months, resulting in a sweet and nutty masterpiece with less bite than its twin from Switzerland. Comté has a satiny, ivory-colored body and a scattering of holes the size of a hazlenut. A traditional fondue cheese, Comte can also be shredded, sliced, grated, chunked or melted.

Recipe #295326

I found this recipe on another site. I LOVE this sauce. It's perfect for fish (including shellfish), chicken, and even veal. I'm posting it for ZWT5 for France.

Recipe #373293

This sauce turns out perfect EVERY time. It never separates. I use it on alot of things besides asparagus. I especially like it on salmon and shrimp.

Recipe #373312

I found this on another site. We gave it a try and it's really simple and delicious. I had it on the table in no time so it's great for a quick weeknight meal. Try it over biscuits. I'm posting this for ZWT5 for France.

Recipe #373323

I found this on another site and I'm posting it for ZWT5 for France. it sound very simple and should be quite delicious.

Recipe #373378

Classic French Beef Bourguignon is one of my favorite meals. Here's the recipe I use. It's the best one I've tried. It's from another site (allrecipes) and was submitted by Teri Smith. It's very easy to do but allow plenty of time for it to bake (3 hours total).

Recipe #373383

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