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    6 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    OMG! My friend in Germany took my to a Thai restaurant that had lemonade with ginger and basil. I thought to myself "What a wacky combination!" So I decided to try it. OMG! OMG! The ground moved, the clouds parted and I heard angel voices singing in 4 part harmony. It was that good. This, is as close as I can come to replicate that glass of beverage perfection I found in Germany. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. (The only thing that could make this more perfect is vodka.)

    Recipe #369082

    Aid in the Lemonaide diet, this is the salt water flush part.

    Recipe #385513

    1 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    You can play around with the measurements and adjust them to your taste - these measurements are according to mine and posted here so I don't forget the exact "perfect" sauce I tonight. Great Sauce to add on Chicken, Fish, or Steak. Oh yeah baby!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #385140

    3 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Here's the recipe for that Lemonade/Master Cleanse diet. You drink this and ONLY THIS for 10 days. (that means NO EATING ANYTHING, not even 1 blueberry!!!!!) I know. This diet sucks. But it WORKS! I'm on day 5 and I want to rip someone's head off, but I like what the numbers on the scale say. Hmmm. I

    Recipe #383396

    4 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    That's right. Make this 1 sauce (it makes a lot of sauce, so this is perfect if you're having a BBQ) - and you can use it to make 5 summer favorites all at the same time: Chicken Salad, Macaroni Salad (pasta salad) Potato Salad, Egg Salad, Chicken Salad AND if there's any left over - make some Deviled eggs!

    Recipe #368865

    7 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Great snack to munch on while watching your favorite British programs. Drink with Strongbow cider ;-) Tip: DO NOT USE AMERICAN Pork & Beans, Boston Baked Beans or "Bush's Beans" etc... ONLY Heinz or Batchelor's brand please, otherwise it might be gross. Don't worry; most American grocery stores sell HEINZ and BATCHELOR'S, in the International/European/English/Irish aisle. I've been all over the US and found them in Safeway, Kroger, Stop & Shop, etc. I've never not been able to find one of those two brands in the USA.

    Recipe #376934

    Why buy it, when you can make it fresh?

    Recipe #380744

    1 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    This is NOT my recipe - it's Rachael Ray. Usually, I wouldn't post something like this, but it was a 60 second segment between commercial breaks where she gives you cool ideas to mix up old recipes. This aired yesterday and I ran out and HAD to try it. I LOVED IT! I had to post it. Even if no one here ever tried this and reviews this - at least I know if I ever want to find this recipe again - it will be here.

    Recipe #377333

    2 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Great sandwich to eat while watching "As Time Goes By" or "EastEnders".

    Recipe #375848

    2 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    All purpose cheese sauce: it can be a dip with tortilla chips, pretzels or on Nachos on Philly Cheese Steak or as a Cheese Whiz substitute. You can also replace the Poblano's with Jalepenos, or any other chili type pepper you like.

    Recipe #375888

    HABERNEROS NOT OPTIONAL FOR THIS RECIPE Ok, Ok, So I love cheese. (and I hate breadcrumbs) When I was poor and could only afford pasta - I couldn't have red sauce because it burn my tummy too much. So I experimented with alternative sauces. Most of them involved cheese. :-) ************ NO BREADCRUMBS PLEASE************ This is a breadcrumb-free recipe. If you feel the need to use bread-crumbs.... for your own safety,please find another recipe - as the secret combination of cheese is rigged to explode and destroy an oven if bread-crumbs are placed on top of it. (sort of like that ammonia-bleach combination. bad. don't do it)

    Recipe #385973

    DO NOT OMIT THE HOT PEPPER HABENEROS OTHERWISE, THIS IS NOT MY RECIPE YOU ARE REVIEWING AND SHOULD NOT BE REVIEWED PLEASE. THANK YOU. I don't like dry, baked, bland Mac & cheese. If I'm going to stuff my self with fat and carbs in the same meal - IT BETTER BE WORTH IT! I sincerely think my mac & cheese is better than my mothers because I don't bake all the flavor out of it and dry it out with bread-crumbs. I never understood the point of bread-crumbs on Mac & Cheese anyway. So, please: NO BREADCRUMBS!!!!!!! Thank you :-)

    Recipe #385972

    12 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Shopping at Ikea I bought a Tangine because it looked so cool! Don't worry, if you don't have one - you can just make this on the stove top. If you want it to be ready when you come home from work, just toss it into a crockpot (slow cooker) P.S. you can also make this with Lamb or Pork if you want to!

    Recipe #375800

    1 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    My mom wasn't a great chef, any recipe of her's I CAN DO WAY BETTER!

    Recipe #381556

    Perfect with a pint of arrowood cider while watching "Black Books" or "EastEnders"

    Recipe #376534

    1 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Love Shepherd's pie - but watchin' those carbs and fat content? WHO ISN'T!? Well, this should suffice. Yes, I know it's not as rich as the Full Fat/Full Carb version, but IT IS really, really, delish AND you don't have to feel sooooooo guilty and starve yourself the next day to make up for having this.

    Recipe #376927

    My version of my grandmother's recipe. No one ever gave me the recipe or taught me how to make it - so I made up my own version.

    Recipe #374500

    2 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Ok, on Low Carb diets we use cauliflower as a substitute for potatoes. This particular recipe is a re-write of my Garlic mashed potato recipe. I just removed the exact same amount of potato and replaced it with the same exact amount of frozen cauliflower. Not only did I find THIS recipe much easier than using real potatoes, it tastes 10 times better and is LOADED with Vitamins! I'm forever giving this recipe out. I WILL be posting a recipe for "Low Carb, Low Fat Shepherd's Pie" soon, and I always use THIS recipe for the "Mash" potatoes you cover the Shepherd's pie with. I ask that you all please make THIS recipe for mashed potato when making my Low-carb recipe for Shepard's Pie for maximum benefits. This makes 12 SMALL servings or 6 larger ones (or 1 gluttony) Thank you!

    Recipe #372556

    Recipe #376965

    2 Reviews |  By BBCFan

    Are you ready for the BEST CHILI you've ever had? Only made this because I am a HUGE fan of Wendy Richard (MBE) who played "Miss Brahms" on "Are You Being Served" and she also played Pauline Fowler on "EastEnders". She recently passed away and printed her famous chili recipe on the back of her funeral program. (You can see a photo of that in here! Check out the photos for this recipe) I've had chili all over Texas and the South - I even made both recipes from "Throwdown with Bobby Flay" (both were VERY good) but I will tell you - hands down - THIS WOMAN'S RECIPE IS THE BEST CHILI I HAVE EVER HAD IN MY WHOLE LIFE! And when I say "THE BEST" I mean: "I am SO STUFFED I might explode - but I can't STOP eating this chili because it tastes so AMAZING". Ok? I tried to put it in the freezer - and ended up taking it out 10 minutes later and eating it again. Today I had it for breakfast on eggs, and lunch and dinner! Can't wait to have more tomorrow! I'm NOT sharing this batch with ANYONE! But I will share the recipe! VERY URGENT/IMPORTANT: THE WHOLE SECRET OF THE RECIPE IS IN THE SCHWARTZ BRAND CHILI MIX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Use any other brand and it will only be a 2-3 star recipe! If you are in the USA the "Schwartz" brand chili mix in this recipe can be ordered online from www.Distantbrits.co.uk or any other British food sites. PLEASE ONLY use "Schwartz" brand if you want this to come out a 5 STAR recipe- if you use any other brand, like "El Paso", "Chichi's" "Ortega" or "McCormicks" it will be disappointing because those 4 brands I just named are nothing but salt and chemicals with very little spices. I HAVE MADE THIS RECIPE WITH THOSE 4 OTHER BRANDS, JUST TO COMPARE -WHICH IS HOW I KNOW, IF YOU USE ANYTHING BUT SCHWARTZ - IT'S GOING TO BE A DISAPPOINTMENT. PLEASE TRUST ME - IT'S SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WORTH IT TO SEND AWAY FOR THE SCHWARTZ BRAND, YOU CAN GET THE SCHWARTZ CHILI MIX IN 2 DIFFERENT HEATS: MEDIUM/MILD AND HOT. I PROMISE YOU - IF YOU ORDER THE SCHWARTZ AND DON'T THINK THIS WAS A 5 STAR CHILI - SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I'LL PAY YOU BACK FOR THE COST OF BUYING THE SCHWARTZ. OK? If you can't find the British "Schwartz" brand, send the lady at distantbrits.co.uk an email requesting it. Tell her which kind of heat you want., "McCormicks" brand in the USA is very disappointing - even the "hot", it's not spicy and the taste really is missing something important. I even tried adding more cumin, and fresh Jalepeno's but McCormicks - it's just NOT AS GOOD as Schwartz, so - if using McCormick's- please know - you've been forwarned: it's not going to be a 5 star chili. If you're in the UK - you should have no problem finding this product. ALSO - careful when ordered because the recipe calls for 4 Schwartz chili. That means chili MIX - NOT 4 bottles of chili powder!!!! (I say be careful because Schwartz also makes chili powder, and you don't need 4 bottles of chili POWDER for this LOL!) I used the HOT Chili Mix, but Wendy specifed "Mild". Get whatever heat you are comfortable with. Be FOREWARNED: If ordering the "Hot" - just because it's from England doesn't mean it's not as hot as you think. While it is the most delish chili mix, It is 5 ALARM Texas hot!!!!! And this is coming from a gal who drinks "Franks Red Hot" straight out of the bottle whenever I have a craving! The mild is "mild" and also extremely delish. Menier's Chocolate is VERY hard to find if you live in the USA. I could only find 1 place online that sells it (Distantbrits.co.uk) Otherwise, use a VERY DARK (Swiss is preffered). When you open the Menier - the actual chocolate says "Nestle", so I guess you could get bittersweet or semi-sweet Nestle. Just don't use Hershey (ugh!) When it smells ready - eat it. You don't HAVE to simmer for 3 hours, as directed by Wendy. (Personally, I couldn't wait that long, it smelled too good) It even tastes amazing room temp hours later! I promise you - if you make this recipe EXACTLY as is - with NO SUBSTITUTIONS ON THE CHILI MIX (you CAN make substitutions on the chocolate)- Your tastebuds will think you've died and gone to heaven. I can see why Wendy would leave such a fantastic Chili recipe on the back of her funeral program - people were probably begging her for years for this recipe. When I make this for the next Texas chili cook-off - this WILL win 1st place - and I will give Wendy Richard all the credit since it is her recipe. Huh! Who'd have thunk the best recipe for Chili would come from ENGLAND!?????!!!!!! R.I.P. Wendy - and I thank YOU for all the years you've made me laugh and cry and for the gift of this AMAZING Chili recipe! I will be entering it into contests in your memory! I also hope all the people here will make this and enjoy it and it becomes a family favorite!

    Recipe #368238

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