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    This was a veggie delight I came up with on spur of the moment and I’m so glad I was inspired. It is so easy, the flavors are all natural and come together to make a nice rich flavorsome juice which is why no extra spices are needed. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #114512

    This recipe creates an impressive vegetarian main dish for brunch, lunch or dinner or a fancy side dish to perk up your meal. I love the combination of flavours and a serving of cottage cheese on the side compliments this nicely. This will make 2 servings as a vegetarian dish or 3-4 servings as a side dish.

    Recipe #169841

    Low carb and oh so good! Inspired by Gary Rhodes cheese sauce which I made in one of his recipes. The seasoning in the cheese sauce gives this dish a very unique flavor. This is a wonderful spring dish. If you are an asparagus lover as myself I hope you give it a try.

    Recipe #164935

    A super Gary Rhodes recipe! Oh so GOOD and a bit different for that weekday meal. I like to serve this with mashed potatoes and a green veggie. I always double this because it is delicious dish that is also great for OAMC. I have modified this to omit the prunes as hubby wasn’t fond of them the first time I prepared this. I also omitted the suet because I feel it just adds more fat to the recipe. If you want to make this exactly like Gary’s recipe, add 6 chopped ready to eat prunes and 4 oz. shredded suet when adding the apples and egg to the minced pork.

    Recipe #174589

    This is great for a weekend breakfast. I have leftovers the next day and it tastes great as well. I found this on the internet as 'exported for Mastercook'. I used cheddar cheese instead of Swiss and omitted the 2 teaspoons of horseradish since we don’t care for it. You could also use cooked bacon instead of the ham and I think next time I may throw in some chopped green peppers and/or onions as well. I hope you give it a try. A fantastic brunch dish or if you have guests staying over.

    Recipe #140194

    Another fantastic Gary Rhodes recipe. Light and delicious! Perfect for a starter course but fantastic for a summer lunch as well. I have made this several times when cherry tomato season comes around. I have also frozen this with great results. NOTE: A basic passata is a sauce made of tomatoes, basil, water, preservative, however some types have more herbs and spices in them, so make sure you like what is in your passata as it will be a main flavour in your soup. You can substitute tomato sauce (not ketchup!) or canned tomatoes (put through the food processor). Sometimes I don’t have passata on hand so I put a can of chopped tomatoes in the food processor (enough to equal the recipe equivalent) and add a bit of basil to it to taste. I don't add water because the canned tomatoes are already in liquid. I hope you enjoy this soup as much as I do.

    Recipe #385775

    This is a recipe my hubby has fallen in love with and recreated the next day at home. He requested I post it and I must admit, it is very good soup and I’m not a fan of spicy foods but this was fantastic. In his words....“Friday I went to Phillpots, which is a small takeaway "lunch bar". I love their soup and went for the sweet potato, chili and chicken soup. It was so damn good that whilst we were at the supermarket on Saturday, I thought would try to make it. So, I used the obvious ingredients and added a little salt, pepper and cream and voila. It was near on a perfect match! Not only was it good, it's SOOOOOO easy to make, so hope you give it a go. You wont be disappointed ;)”

    Recipe #152919

    Individual servings of a very colorful starter or attractive salad on the side which can be made ahead of time. Super easy for a beginner cook and good for you too! Before you think, eeks, mayonnaise, give it a try, it works really well. Of course you could omit the mayonnaise if you prefer. When we were kids my mom used to make this for us for lunch or for salad at dinner and we all loved it! :)

    Recipe #266778

    The European version of Chocolate Éclairs. I believe this is actually French but it seems to be a big hit in Great Britain. I wrote it down from a TV cookery show. These are miniature cream puffs filled with cream and covered in chocolate. They are absolutely lovely. In parts of Great Britain they stack them in a pyramid shape and drip the chocolate over the top. You could do this in individual dessert cups as well. Hubby will always pick this as his dessert when we go to a restaurant and he now loves it a home! TIP: Make sure the chocolate that you use suits your taste, i.e., milk chocolate compared to dark chocolate. It will make all the difference as to how this turns out for you. A custard type cream would be delicious as well! :)

    Recipe #136780

    These taste just like the clover leaf rolls that my mother used to make. I found this in a British recipe book called 500 Fabulous Cakes and Bakes. I like the idea of making a few of the rolls 4-leaf clovers. Who will be the one or two that get lucky. :)

    Recipe #159515

    This is something I dug out of my recipe book. After making it I will treat this more of a souffle type dish as you have to make sure it doesn't 'fall' during cooking. Do not open the oven until necessary and no running or undue noise whilst baking.

    Recipe #113337

    In my photo you will notice a darker portion of the stuffing; this was the bit that was stuffed into the turkey itself and after roasting it has a crispy outside coating. This is a delicious savoury stuffing that I make every year for Thanksgiving. During the year I love to make it with a whole chicken minus the giblets as I can't find chickens that come with giblets in the UK. It's fantastic and whatever doesn't fit in the bird you can bake on the side. Note: I sometimes like to use a mixture of white and brown bread in this recipe. NOTE: Since the giblets will take a while you can do everything else while they are cooking.

    Recipe #266831

    I like making this for my hubby because he loves pizza;. unfortunately he gets terrible heartburn whenever he eats it; but he hasn’t with this recipe. :), This is done before the pizza delivery would arrive! There is always something to throw on a pizza in your fridge. Top with whatever you like. In my opinion, the more the better; and since it makes 2 - 12 “ pizzas put whatever you want on one and make the other one different. I have used this recipe time and time again and my friends/family have secured this one as well. This freezes very well. For freezing instructions, see bottom of directions.

    Recipe #136717

    A simple and different dish. A great side dish for Thanksgiving as it's a combination of bread and a corn side dish. It does cut into portions but is moist and tender using harvesty ingredients. I hope you give it a go.

    Recipe #266792

    I have yet to try this recipe but is posted by request and for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #136779

    My son knows how I love to cook and tends not to do things the conventional way, so on my birthday he decided to give me a unique, thoughtful birthday present, which is this recipe that he created himself, calling it ‘Mom’s Birthday Chili’. This is what he had to say in his blog.... “so here it is, February 21. It's my mom's birthday today! So in honor of that, knowing how much she looooves cooking and making up sweet new recipes and stuff, I'm going to do something cooking-related. Seeing how she lives in England, she won't be able to taste it (and this might be a good thing). But if it works out she can make it and that'll be her birthday present from me!”.....I actually did get to taste it!! My son made it for me on my recent visit and it was fantastic!! It has since become a requested hit with family and friends alike.

    Recipe #169842

    One from my mom’s old recipe box. This is the first time I have made this and it is a great one-dish meal for the family with very quick preparation for folks with busy lives. The chops are moist and delicious and the potatoes are creamy with a bit of crispness. Next time I may leave the skin on the potatoes for a bit more color. Most of the cooking time is passive, so enjoy that glass of wine before dinner. :)

    Recipe #117854

    My slightly varied version of Gary Rhodes delicious Lamb Shank recipe. Truly mouth-watering moist and tender! I’ve made this a few times now. The first time I made this I used a medium bodied wine and it turned out just as fantastic. If you want to make this exactly like Gary’s then only use 1 carrot, 2 cloves garlic, 1 sprig of rosemary, do all the stovetop and oven cooking in large stew pan or dutch oven, use beef consommé instead of beef stock and the thickening of the red wine sauce is optional. This is a truly wonderful meal and worthy of a dinner party, special occasion or just a romantic meal. I hope you like it as much as we do.

    Recipe #168157

    I put this together quickly when DH was having one of his chocci attacks. I am not much of a chocolate eater but I have to say I had to have some of this and it actually tops any chocolate sauce I have ever had and so fast!! It was a hit with my chocolate loving DH and hopefully it will be with you too.

    Recipe #155582

    Lunch, snack, starter or side dish, every bite is heaven for an asparagus lover!! Since this is steamed it is also lower in fat which makes it even nicer. Danish Havarti Cheese is a soft cheese that has a hint taste of Swiss cheese to it, yet creamy and melts nicely. This is good for a low carb diet as well.

    Recipe #117616

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