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    A hair conditioning recipe found on the Magic Bullet website.

    Recipe #465309

    A Magic Bullet website recipe...a quick and easy sandwich spread. Quantity is approximate.

    Recipe #465306

    Another recipe from the Magic Bullet website. The coffee preparation time is not included in the time for this recipe. You could probably just use whatever coffee you normally brew. For more servings, double or triple the ingredients and use the blender attachment.

    Recipe #465304

    This is from the Magic Bullet website.

    Recipe #465302

    Recipe from the Magic Bullet website. Sorry, they don't give the quantity for the pie shell cup...guessing at 24, it may be a lot more. I don't know if this will help any but 16 oz cream cheese will give you 12 regular size tarts (muffin pan size) The pie crusts are tiny pie shell cups in the original recipe. These are mini-cheesecakes. You can add anything you like to the top ... chocolate chips, your favorite cereal, fruit...

    Recipe #465300

    This recipe is from the Magic Bullet website. Time and quantity was not given...so I may be way off. This calls for a large hothouse cucumber (the one you find in plastic wrap)

    Recipe #465298

    Yummmm! I love these cookies with a bit of bran flakes to give it a little crunch. I get 60 3-inch cookies.

    Recipe #443550

    Copied from BHG.com. The low amount of sweetener and flour are what caught my eye as I've been looking for recipes to bake for my diabetic friends. Just made these a few days ago. I really enjoyed the flavor and texture. They're not so good using splenda.

    Recipe #441843

    Another recipe copied in the doctor’s office from the Food/Wine Magazine … slightly modified with my preferences. Number of servings will depend on the size of your brownies. Made this for my office and for Honolulu's Finest...they both loved it. Take only a small piece if you're on a diet or diabetic; it's very rich. Tried this in a 9x13 pan ... took an extra five minutes to bake.

    Recipe #440853

    A dear friend of mine sent me this recipe ... one of my favorites. Misoyaki butterfish combines the Japanese flavors of sake and miso. Butterfish which is also known as black cod, deep sea cod, sablefish, gindara and snowfish may be found fresh or sometimes flash frozen. I use the Hawaiian Miso & Soy Company brand soybean paste. I haven't tried it yet with the ginger ... next time : )

    Recipe #431522

    Another great Bobby Flay recipe! There is an extra 50 minutes of inactive prep time...not included in the prep time. The amount of brownies will depend on the size cut. IMPORTANT: The first 2 ounces of bittersweet chocolate is melted and stirred into the batter. The remaining 4 ounces of bittersweet chocolate is not melted and is stirred into the batter towards the end.

    Recipe #427662

    This is one of the best cookies I've ever tasted! It is very hard to eat only one!

    Recipe #426618

    Another favorite from Kathrine's recipebox (slightly modified). She brought this to the office one day and I could hardly restrain myself from eating more than one piece. Of course, I had to ask for the recipe. Please note that the timing does not include the cooling or refrigeration time. This will give you 12 good size pieces.

    Recipe #425614

    This is the first pickled mango I’ve been able to eat … I don’t usually care much for pickled anything! As Pikake21 says in her recipe #253868, “you'll want unripe mangoes, not immature ones.” I used her recipe as a guide as my ingredient list didn’t come with any instructions. Mahalo, Pikake21!

    Recipe #425613

    Spam musubi is another of our island favorites. I love it because it's so simple and there is no end to the variations possible. If you don't have a musubi press, they can be made by hand in the shape of the spam slices (rice portion should be about 1 inch thick). Just make sure when you shape it that you compress it enough to hold it's shape (there's almost nothing more depressing than a musubi that falls apart while you're trying to eat it!) I hope my instructions don't put you off ...it's pretty long; I didn't expect it to be so hard to explain something so simple! It's pretty much rice and spam wrapped in seaweed. If you don't like seaweed, you might want to try wrapping it in scrambled egg cooked thin and flat like a crepe.

    Recipe #420529

    This is a FoodNetwork Anne Burrell Recipe ... posting to try later ... sounds delicious! Website comments suggested cutting back amounts on the lemon, cinnamon, nutmeg and red pepper ... maybe start with lesser amounts and add to your taste (esp. with the lemon).

    Recipe #420228

    1 Reviews |  By marisk

    This is a FoodNetwork Anne Burrell Recipe ... posting to try later ... sounds delicious!

    Recipe #420225

    This is a FoodNetwork Anne Burrell Recipe. I haven't tried this yet so I can't comment on it's flavor but come of the comments on their site suggested cutting back on the vinegar ... so you might want to start with less and called for then adding to your taste. Please read the instructions carefully before starting; Chef Burrell is very specific in her instructions on how to do this. Please take care when working with raw eggs. Use only fresh eggs and avoid contact between the yolks/white and the shell.

    Recipe #420221

    This is a FoodNetwork Giada De laurentiis recipe.

    Recipe #418905

    Another FoodNetwork recipe by Aaron McCargo Jr. Original recipe recommends Bob Evans sausage.

    Recipe #418903

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