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    This is my absolute favourite and just a little different from all the others I have seen. The whole wheat flour makes all the difference

    Recipe #184727

    Recipe #300294

    I like this for a little change at breakfast. It is easy and tasty and well worth a try

    Recipe #210573

    I like to use the leftover syrup from this recipe mixed with orange juice or in other recipes

    Recipe #148663

    Our holiday favourite

    Recipe #148668

    I made this by accident the other day and it was so good my 9 year old and I made another batch for lunch the next day

    Recipe #167933

    This must be a left over from the 70's but it is oh so good and in my house its a kid pleaser. Don't let the unusual ingredients through you off this has to be tasted to be a preciated

    Recipe #180188

    Nothing out of the ordinary here but well worth the fuss of making and eating :)from Betty Crocker's Salads, 1977.

    Recipe #181118

    We dont eat marshmallows due to the horse byproducts in them so this is something I fashioned to make up for the camp smores my kids cant have. They are decadent and delishious. For each serving you will need small squares of tin foil about 1 foot square Note recipe is for one serving I seem to be getting a lot of reviews that have nothing to do with this recipe but objections to my discription. So as I cant respond to the reviews, I will clarify here. Gelatin contains connective tissues of pigs, cows, horses, and if you get the kosher variety fish. Marshmallows contain gelatin. I am adding the following links for your purusal. I am saddened that my ratings are being affected by a misunderstanding. Even if you dont like my discription it would be nice to know if you like the recipe which is really the important part of this> I offered this recipe that my children and friends really like for your enjoyment. http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/533769 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gelatin its good to know your ingredients

    Recipe #181853

    Awesome for thanksgiving

    Recipe #140693

    I could not believe this is not already up here at Zaar not to worry I can share This is one terrific basic comfort soup. Best I have ever tasted

    Recipe #190286

    We have been making various flavored hot chocolate for our late evening treat. One night he made this and well it is really really good :)

    Recipe #219366

    Had this tonight it was so good I just had to share. It is based on Rachael Ray's Salmon Cakes with modifications by me.

    Recipe #157686

    Came up with this one years ago, I have never seen another quite like it. Quick light and easy. If you are short on time this can be approximated with a package of pre-made potato soup with leftover boiled potatoes and lots of dill (dried or fresh) added.

    Recipe #157573

    This is a fairly simple to make mayonnaise that tastes just like the expensive store-bought kinds. Made from simple household ingredients. Make when you are in a pinch or all the time like I do. I have listed the ingredients with the best choice first and a substitute following for best results use the first choices. There are other mayonnaise recipes on Zaar but I think this one is really worth a try. Note Mayonnaise cannot be made if a thunderstorm threatens, Ingredients should be at room temperature, but I have not had problems using cold eggs and lemons out of the fridge.

    Recipe #185064

    This can be served flaming but is equally good but not quite so impressive without the flames.

    Recipe #184730

    After reading all the white pizza recipes I decided to have some fun with the concept. trying to keep all of my ingredients on the pale side.

    Recipe #214178

    This salad is a family favourite. Easy to make.

    Recipe #184740

    A lovely refreshing summertime coctail. With a stunning presentation. I bit of a variation on the tired old greyhound

    Recipe #184751

    Rich and thick. Almost a stew,it makes a great light winter meal. Uses 1 pot and 1 cutting board and a salad bowl, easy on the clean up I added a dollop of sour cream and a sprig of parsley for presentation. SIDES spinach salad whole grain rolls.

    Recipe #157571

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