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    I am not overly fond of grits but I saw Paula Deen making these canapes and they sounded wonderful. After grit toast is baked, they can be covered and refrigerated to use later. Chopped shrimp and be added to the topping if you like. Time does not include chilling time. I really liked these and would be great to make for guests. I made the topping ahead of time except for the onion rings so they wouldn't get soggy. I added them as I was making the final product. I did cut the recipe into one third for two people so I could try them. I made the grits about 1/4 inch thick. and put about a tablespoon of topping on.

    Recipe #226431

    I don't like mushy eggplant so had to develop my own recipe. I've checked in Zaar and although there are some close to mine, there is just enough difference to make it worthwhile posting. When I'm having spaghetti, I always make enough sauce and freeze it so that I can have eggplant the following week or so. I don't peel eggplant but that's your choice.

    Recipe #206964

    I have been trying to find a recipe that would be close to the muffins at Mimi's restaurant. This one is the closest I have found and they ARE yummy. Found at Cooks.com. If you don't have buttermilk, just put two teaspoons apple cider vinegar in two cups regular milk and let stand for 15 minutes.

    Recipe #174723

    I had all these apricots and cans of pineapple and since I was in the mood for making jelly and jam, I looked around the net and found this recipe. It is amazingly wonderful. My son-in-law fell in love with it.

    Recipe #135601

    I love finding new ways to fix shrimp, and this one was a little different. Found it at fl-seafood.com along with some others which I will post. Time does not include refrigerator time

    Recipe #133596

    I needed an extra dessert for an expected dinner guest who is diabetic. After looking at recipes for a couple of hours, I found this one and it sounded yummy. My dinner will be next month but thought I would try it today to make sure it was good. It was very yummy and I will definitely serve it at my dinner. It's from diabetic-recipes.com. Diabetic exchanges: 2 carbs (1 bread/starch, 1 fruit) 2 fat

    Recipe #132685

    RSC #7 June 2005. This is my first experience with couscous and I hope Evelyn is proud of my results. It's easiest to use a tart pan with a removable bottom or a spring form pan and press dough up the sides about 1 1/2 inches. I had about 1/2 cup left over which I put into muffin tins and filled. Dough can be covered and refrigerated overnight. I can't put this in the recipe, but you can serve this with ice cream, or chocolate sauce, or whipped cream, or fruity yogurt, or.. or... or.....

    Recipe #132018

    RSC #7 June 2005. It took me a few days of tweaking for this one. I tried it as little individual pies and then as one big pie and I liked the big pie better. If you want to make more tomatoes then I have listed, they can be stored in olive oil in an airtight jar and refrigerated. You'll love the flavor of them. You can use larger shrimp, but they should be chopped up a little. Use a pan 9x13x2, lightly oiled. The crust and filling don't need to come to the top of the pan. When you place the cover crust on just seal with a fork. Cooking time does not include 4 hour baking time for tomatoes. Or you can buy sun dried tomatoes.

    Recipe #131994

    I have a 10 year old grandson who would rather eat soup for dinner then anything else.. AND it doesn't matter what kind of soup. So I get to use him as a taster and he knows the star system. He said this was a keeper for sure. You are welcome to use more garlic or spice depending on your taste, but this way is good. One good size eggplant should cover both the soup and the dumplings. Time does not include draining time for eggplant.

    Recipe #129230

    Fiddlehead Fern is picked in the spring when they just pop out of the ground and are still curled looking like the head of a violin. They grow in the northeastern part of the USA and in eastern Canada. Being in Nevada I never expected to see these luscious delicacies again but you can see I was wrong. Trader Joe's had them and I grabbed a package very quickly. The recipe is one I just put together with what I had available. Didn't want to take the time to go to the store for anything else. You can buy sundried tomatoes packed in oil... yum.

    Recipe #124494

    I found this at cdkitchen.com and it looked so easy I had to try it.. I will never buy candied ginger again.. this was outstanding. And I can't wait to try the syrup in some tea.

    Recipe #123111

    This is based on a recipe from an inn on the coast of Maine. They serve it warm with butter or whipped cream, but it can also be served cold.

    Recipe #122572

    A delightful addition to that Friday night family pizza. Found this at Guide to Southern Food. If using fresh strawberries, mash, sprinkle with sugar, cover, refrigerate for 2 hours, and add 1/4 cup water when cooking. I had unsweetened frozen strawberries and added 3 packets of splenda while cooking.

    Recipe #121875

    A great breakfast treat or dessert for any time. Found this in Guide to Southern Cuisine. Use a 9x13x2-inch pan.

    Recipe #121870

    This is my first attempt at working with Filo and I ruined a couple of sheets before getting the hang of it. I wanted to do a dessert and this seemed like a natural. I actually made 4 different flavors but the one everyone liked the best is the one I will post. 1. vanilla 2. vanilla and brown sugar 3. coconut 4. coconut and brown sugar. The apricot flavored white wine I used was Fetzer's Gewurztraminer. uh huh, uh huh...... For white sugar, I use bakers sugar - it's a little finer and dissolves faster. Time does not include soaking raisins.

    Recipe #116423

    I guess I'm going to consider this a Yankee recipe because fish and potatoes are a mainstay along the coast. So glad Susie picked out my favorite ingredients. This has been fun creating recipes. Be sure to use small red potatoes.. russets will not stick.

    Recipe #116418

    One of the best trips I have been on was driving to Louisianna with my two sisters. We went specifically to see the Acadian settlements and it was thrilling to see all the names were the same as in my background from the Acadian part of Canada. So this recipe is named in honor of all my Acadian relatives. Creole seasoning is a blend of garlic, salt, paprika, cayenne, basil and thyme in equal amounts. The chicken could be poached if no steamer (keep water just below boiling point.. cook chicken in garlic flavored water until juices run clear)

    Recipe #116385

    Posting this in response to a request and also because it sounded delicious. I found it researching the net and the site just said it was imported from MasterCook. I haven't tried it yet, but when I get over my current sugar high from Easter, I will try it. Preparation time includes stirring while cooking.

    Recipe #115067

    This was so easy to make and tastes delicious. I was also able to use some with some red food coloring to decorate the cake. I have had it written on a piece of paper for a long time.. don't know where I got it, but I needed to make a cake today and remembered this. This makes enough to frost and fill a two layer 9 inch cake, or frost a sheet cake.

    Recipe #111131

    I saw this on the food network with Giada De Laurentis. It looked so good I ran up to the store for the ingredients. I did add some shrimp and mushrooms to make it a full meal.

    Recipe #110959

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