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    Perfect for Fall. Cookies to make between Halloween and Thanksgiving. I use my Maple Leaf cookie cutters, and even make a few with my Oak Leaf cutter. I believe the secret to this recipe is to use pure maple syrup. I count chilling time in with the prep time.

    Recipe #400695

    I am not sure how Polish this is, but this is how it was given to me. I would consider this comfort food. I serve it with Recipe #197960 and a spinach salad.

    Recipe #396526

    Totally addictive... these pecans are sweet, spicy, salty and crisp. A friend gave me some pecans for Christmas. I used the recipe she shared, a recipe from RecipeZaar, and another, from a third source. All three were good, but finally I came up with this recipe that satisfied my tastes, and my friends as well.

    Recipe #396300

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!HAPPY BIRTHDAY BARBARA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! "What better for this Buckingham Palace than a scone recipe from the lovely Kew Royal Botanical Gardens … Maids in Waiting… Reportedly from the restaurant across from the Kew The Maids in Waiting (I think that is the name) in KEW right across the street from the Royal Botanical Gardens ..they also make these wonderful little cakes called Maids in Waiting!! otherwise, the Orangerie in Kensington." The above was from my friend Katharine who came over to the house with more friends, to make me a post party brunch. What a kind and thoughtful present! We all had a wonderful time. I relaxed with one of my friends in the parlor, while the others cooked. This is why they called the scones, "Buckingham Palace Scones".

    Recipe #395830

    Inspired by a couple of recipes, and a desire for Almond Encrusted Salmon... served this with steamed cauliflower and tiny peas.

    Recipe #354875

    This was the recipe my mother used... she and Daddy loved it! So do we. I think the addition of the clam juice is what made it so special.

    Recipe #354816

    Simple recipe from Cuisinart (modified slightly) for our traditional cookies. Since I make Recipe #182893, I do not use Anise in these. I also use slightly more sugar to make them crisp.

    Recipe #345194

    These are from Helen Jones, a member of the Sewing Bee at my church. She is a fine quilter and even finer person.The passive time (chill time and waiting to harden) I count as "cooking time". This recipe was not as easy for me as it sounded, so I am updating the recipe as I learn better how to make these mints. Yes, they were worth the trouble! Everyone loved them!... so did I...

    Recipe #345173

    Short grain Chinese Rice with a green-tea like flavor. Good with Summer salads and Asian cooking. Has a somewhat sticky texture. Brightly colored and aromatic.

    Recipe #339013

    Long grain, dark red, and a nutty flavor.Earthy nutty, aromatic, and complex. Ideal for salads and rice pilaf recipes.

    Recipe #339010

    Also known as Emperor's Rice. This rice has a nutty flavor and is somewhat chewy. Sweet, savory, and indigo in color.

    Recipe #339009

    Seems like all the rices take different amounts of water/rice, so I have made a recipe collection, in a cookbook called Book #225775. This way, I don't get so confused!

    Recipe #338028

    Summer bounty. Green beans, Tomatoes, Shallots, & Garlic. Cooking time includes the time dressing needs to rest. This recipe was told to me by my chiropractor. He shares my love for shallots, and is also a self proclaimed "foodie".

    Recipe #327131

    I learn the best lessons when I make mistakes. I tried several recipes, and just made a mess. Well, I didn't just make a mess... I made a mess, but also managed to make edible chocolate bowls that were the hit of our Menu #18393. Definitely this is a fun deal. If this is your first time, allow yourself more than two days, so you can make mistakes and enjoy the process. This recipe is the result of two recipes here on Zaar... Recipe #210935 and Recipe #161209, reading about tempering chocolate online, and my dear friend Giancarlo. Giancarlo is a chef of fine European pastries. I called him and told him what I was going to do, and asked him if he had any pointers, and oh yes, could I buy some of his chocolate... If you should chose to use it… please check back for updates, as I know I will change this recipe as my knowledge and skills increase.

    Recipe #327004

    Sweet and Tangy. Makes any salad Exciting! ... and what I did with all those extra figs! This was inspired by my friend, Ellen.

    Recipe #323852

    When the French Gospel Singers came to Staunton, we had an Ice Cream Social for them. One of the women taught me how to make an ice bowl for the ice cream. Today, I finished two bowls for the Menu #18393 . For the first one, I used two glass bowls. You have to be careful about "warming" up the bowls to take them apart... (you don't want to shock and crack them). For the second ice bowl, I used two nesting stainless steel bowls. The inner bowl warped on the bottom when water that I added went between the two bowls. It forced the inner bowl up from the bottom. Ice is strong!

    Recipe #319410

    Another Summer bounty recipe. Faye brought this to a covered dish supper years ago, and gave me the recipe.

    Recipe #319379

    I saw this on Alton Brown's Good Eats Show and got really excited, as we are having a dinner soon with Crown Roast of Lamb. I have adapted it slightly for our tastes. Cooking time includes rest time.

    Recipe #317539

    Supa has made this for us many times. This time I wrote it all down and took lots of pictures. Supa is a great cook, and most wonderful Daughter-in-law. She doesn't usually measure, so I weighed and stuck the measuring spoons under her ingredients as she tossed them into the bowl. It flowed for both of us, and the results were just mouth watering. I love to watch her hands move.Supa made this on the 2008 annual trip from San Antonio to Staunton. This was one of the many things we had for dinner their last night here.

    Recipe #316997

    Elise and I love to bake together. Once a year, my son Thomas, my daughter-in-law Supa, and granddaughter Elise come to visit us in Virginia, and I go visit them in Texas This year,on their visit from Texas, Elise and I decided to make Ice Cream Sandwiches for the Newtown Ice Cream Social. This was exciting for both of us! We made the ice cream the day before. The Sandwich Brownie needs to be made early in the day to allow for lots of assembly and freeze time. This is not a fast recipe!! The recipe has many sources. This was inspired by the Ice Cream Sandwich molds from Williams Sonoma, my standard vanilla ice cream, an adaptation of their recipe for brownies, and our experience. I put it all together to make something we could more easily follow. This is what grandmothers and their grandchildren were meant to do... cook and bake together, sharing the fun and love.

    Recipe #316429

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