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    This is a wonderful spicy pumpkin soup (but not overly spicy), that's quick and easy to make and so delicious! A favorite soup to serve throughout the cold weather season and the holidays. Enjoy! From All the Best blog (by Ronda Carman) via In the Country.

    Recipe #464024

    Cherry Berry Crumble is an especially wonderful dessert for the transition from summer to fall! May be served either warm or at room temperature. Good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, or dollop of fresh whipped cream. Adapted from Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #463690

    The perfect roast chicken, using Scarborough Fair herbs--parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme and organic free-range chicken. This makes a lovely Sunday meal served with gravy made from the drippings if desired, and stuffing (see my recipe #117776), seasonal veggies, and mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #463647

    A delightfully fragrant floral tea - tisane - infusion of roses and jasmine blossoms! Lovely with a madeleine cookie or fresh baked scones, for a morning or afternoon tea. Can be served either hot or iced. Would make a nice hostess or foodie gift in a jar, tea tin, or pretty china cup. Please note: Be sure to use organic pesticide free flowers, only.

    Recipe #463638

    Drink this in place of plain old water--it's so simple, delicious, healthy and refreshing! I've added fresh lemon verbena along with the cucumber and lemon, as it's so plentiful in my garden right now. But any of the sweet herbs such as lemon balm, mint, or scented geranium leaves (try rose!) would also be wonderful. Or try rosemary, basil, lemon thyme or whatever herb or combination you fancy! I keep a jug of this refreshing beverage in the fridge all summer long. Each batch lasts a day or two--just keep in the fridge, and top off with more bottled water to replenish what you drink. After a couple of days you'll need to make a fresh batch. Enjoy! Recipe is easily doubled or tripled, for events etc.

    Recipe #462428

    An oldy but a goodie. This is a special treat for the holidays, or anytime! From the 1970s. Only three ingredients, and no baking required.

    Recipe #462183

    What sets this lemon tart apart from the classic is its addition of olive oil, not an uncommon ingredient in a part of the world (Provence, Nice, and the French Riviera) with landscapes peppered with gnarled and regal olive trees. It has a pleasing, almost vegetal flavour as well as silky texture. A technique of whipping the filling as it cooks on the stovetop produces an ethereal, light lemon filling reminiscent of lemon mousse and of an old fashioned lemon chiffon pie. Recipe found on Lemon Tart blog (Lemon Tarts are her specialty, and this tart is one of her favorites!). The sweet tart crust is adapted from Baking with Dorie by Dorie Greenspan). The filling is adapted from a recipe from Rosa Jackson.

    Recipe #461868

    I love this recipe because it is so simple and delicious! Delicious, fast and easy holiday appetizer to feed those waiting for the big dinner! Serve with graham crackers, fruit or whatever you want to dip. Recipe submitted by Fiona on a Hillbilly Housewife blog.

    Recipe #461321

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Ginger switchel or Haymaker's Punch is a traditional nonalcoholic vinegar-based drink whose sourness was offset by a hefty dose of ginger and spices; it was named for the eighteenth-century farmers who drank it — literal haymakers. This ginger punch is flavored with lemon juice and sweetened with honey and molasses for a refreshing drink that quenches even the fiercest summer thirst. Includes chilling time. From Eating Well, July/August 2008.

    Recipe #461215

    This wonderful subtly flavored lemon verbena jelly is fabulous spread on scones or toasted brioche, or in the center of thumbprint butter cookies. Would make a lovely foodie or hostess gift. Adapted from Morning Sun Herb Farm in Vacaville, California.

    Recipe #460172

    Cool and refreshing, this spritzer is like summer in a glass! Wonderful! Add as much or as little pastis as you like. I used R.W. Knudsen Tangerine Spritzer (non-alcoholic) for the tangerine juice and sparkling water (and the data base didn't recognize this). Sweeten to taste with sugar or honey, as desired. Enjoy!

    Recipe #460149

    Heavenly! These luscious, richly fragrant vanilla pudding custard parfaits are made with real vanilla bean, a hint of brandy, fresh seasonal fruits, lemony herbs from the garden, prepared mini shortcakes and fresh whipped cream--they're extraordinary! And, so simple to make (uses a box of vanilla pudding mix, not instant). If you are a vanilla lover as I am, then this is most definitely for you! Better make extra, as you'll be longing for more! :) These parfaits are best eaten while the pudding custard is still warm, but they're good the next day, too. Tip: I make the fruit salad in the morning or a day ahead, and make the vanilla pudding custard right before serving. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #460007

    A lovely lemon olive oil subtly infused with the delicate scent of Meyer lemons. Wonderful drizzled over salads or pasta, or for use in cooking. Use right away, or store tightly covered in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. You can also use Eureka lemons for this.

    Recipe #459852

    Strawberry season is here! This is a fresh and healthy sweeter version of the traditional Italian finger food. Lovely for brunch, or for a light lunch alongside a nice salad, or up the sweet factor and serve as a healthier dessert option! Add the balsamic and olive oil at the very end to avoid soggy bread. Adapted from Whole Foods Market via The Curvy Carrot.

    Recipe #459846

    These wonderful chewy gooey fruit filled bars are super quick and easy to prepare, using a cake mix! Great with a cuppa. Based on a recipe from Allrecipes.

    Recipe #459845

    Wiener Schnitzel is one of my all-time favorite foods to eat. I use either veal or pork cutlets (would be good with chicken, also) which I pound very thin, then dredge in flour, dip in a couple eggs beaten with cream, pat with seasoned breadcrumbs and then fry in hot melted butter on both sides until golden brown. I enjoy mine with lemon and capers and with Kartoffelsalat recipe #309891 and Gurkensalat recipe #372790. Authentic recipe is easily doubled, tripled, etc. Note: Measurements are approximate. Bon appetit!

    Recipe #459188

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a specialty sauce originating in South Tyrol in the town of Bolzano, in the Italian Alps. Serve Bozner Sauce over fresh white asparagus spears. Note: Measurements are approximate. If you would like a lighter version of this sauce, you can stir in a small container (about 6 ounces) of plain yogurt. Enjoy!

    Recipe #459184

    Rich Italian Gianduja or Chocolate-Hazelnut is my very favorite flavor of gelato! The addition of vanilla seeds and Frangelico liqueur take this gelato over the top! Note: Cooking the custard in the microwave really simplifies the entire gelato-making process, in my opinion, resulting in a perfectly smooth and creamy custard without the hassle or risk of burning the pan. Of course, you can use the double boiler or regular sauce pan if you wish, but this method works beautifully. Note: If you don't have an icecream maker or a gelato maker, you can still make this gelato! Simply place in the freezer and stir every 30 minutes or so, for a total of about 4 hours. Wonderful! I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #459012

    This is a delightful specialty sandwich originating in Nice, in the South of France. The Pan bagnat is a popular lunch time sandwich and also a great make ahead dish to pack in the picnic hamper along with fresh fruits, some cheese and a bottle of wine or sparkling lemonade. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #458914

    Stuffed dates are a wonderful addition to the holiday appetizer or dessert tray. If you are a marzipan lover as I am, these are for you!

    Recipe #458875

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