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    The fruit and sugar will boil out around the sides, resulting in the gooey, syrupy, heavenly cake. This scone dough is quicker to make and absorbs the juices better than pastry. For a delicious apple pie just substitute an equal amount of apples for rhubarb.

    Recipe #111918

    Delicately flavoured cheesecake made with cottage cheese.

    Recipe #111919

    Quick and easy comfort food. Complete meal on it's own, but garlic bread and a tossed salad make great additions.

    Recipe #111917

    30% alcohol by volume. No refrigeration needed. For clear creme de cocoa use unchocolated cocoa. Use in drinks such as Italian Coffee, Flying Grasshoppers, Chocolate Martinis, Mocha Martinis, B-52 Bomers, Almond Joys, and Alexander the Greats.

    Recipe #111915

    Found this in a compilation of recipes from the A.O.R.N. in Billings. I think it's a copycat of the cappuccino served at Batista's Hole in the Wall in Vegas.

    Recipe #111916

    Pierogi filled with cheese & onion.

    Recipe #111913

    One of the most popular liqueurs & quite easy to make at home for about 1/3 of the cost. 30% alcohol by volume. No refrigeration needed. Use in drinks such as Flying Grasshoppers, Mexican Grasshoppers, Glacier Mints, Mint Sandwich shots, Mint Chocolate shots, Mint Choc Chip Mind Fucks, Fuzzy Ethans, Eskimo Joes, Everybody's Irish and the Drunken Elf. This recipe calls for either peppermint or spearmint, but I think you actually need a combination of both. Spearmint masks the peppermint somewhat while sweetening and smoothing out the composition, but if you use too much the whole thing tastes like toothpaste.

    Recipe #111914

    Recipe #111911

    Pierogi with garlic, mushroom & sauerkraut filling

    Recipe #111912

    A popular Polish dish similar to dumplings or ravioli. pronounced pyeh-RAW-ghee (this is the plural form, just one is called pierog, but they're so good you'll almost never eat just one.) Pierogi can be made with a wide variety of fillings, but the most common are minced cooked meat, sauerkraut & mushrooms, cheese and potatoes, sweet cheese (usually with a touch of vanilla) and blueberries (in summer). Other fillings include buckwheat groats, potatoes & onions and lentils. Common toppings include fried fat-back nuggets, sour cream, melted butter or butter-browned bread crumbs.

    Recipe #111910

    Tasty variation: Substitute white grape juice for tomato juice and omit basil.

    Recipe #111388

    classic Swiss Gruyere & Fontina fondue

    Recipe #111181

    Simple dessert for dinner party or romantic dinner.

    Recipe #110892

    Easy and yummy. Even my husband who hates cabbage thinks these are great. High in Iron and Protein, and Vitamins A, B, & C. Can also be made in the crockpot instead of oven, just place rolls seasmside down in crockpot, pour in sauce, cover and cook on LOW 8-10 hours.

    Recipe #110790

    Nutritional value of this dish will vary with your vegetable choice. Cauliflower is a good source of Vitamin C, carrots are a good source of Vitamin A, and broccoli is a good source of both.

    Recipe #110677

    This dish is high in protein and calcium and a great way to use up leftover vegetables (the cooked ones on this list are more an idea, use whatever you want or have). Turkey makes a nice substitute for the chicken or leave it out altogether for a vegetarian dish. Thinly sliced radishes make a nice colorful topping and croutons, crackers, cereal, and pretzels make nice crunchy toppings.

    Recipe #110552

    Wonderful warm drink for cold weather.

    Recipe #110360

    Nice lunch, especially for little kids, or easy, make ahead, crowd pleasing appetizer.

    Recipe #110274

    Scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese & bacon in a little crescent roll pocket. Great for beakfast on the go.

    Recipe #110119

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