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    I made this from "Offerings From the Oven" --cookbook I received from my swap partner, BB502. I made using skin-on/bone-in large chicken thighs, using full sauce and seasonings, for 2 thighs. having 3+ hours time in the oven, reminded me of an old "I Hate to Cook Book" recipe, made frequently when we were first married. Chicken is done to falling off the bone, served with penne.

    Recipe #447596

    From the June, 2010 issue of Bon Appetite. This is a refreshing summer salad in which the dill and balsamic vinegar truly give a lift. It is best prepared a day in advance, and will keep well in the refrigerator for a few days.

    Recipe #428248

    From the June, 2020 Bon Appetite. Haven't made it yet, but has all the ingredients we enjoy, especially the roasted fingerlings !

    Recipe #427413

    In May, 2 weeks after the Kentucky Derby, the second thoroughbred race, the Preakness, is run in Baltimore at the Pimlico Race Track. It is the second leg of the Triple Crown of racing, and this year is Saturday, May15. This is one version of the cold drink served in the clubhouse.

    Recipe #425201

    My mom made these when I was just a kid. Several years ago, DH took his first post-retirement job as Seafood Supervisor in a local grocery chain, made these for the seafood department, and the word spread, so that they were taking phone orders for "HIS" crab cakes ! The owner told him that Matzo Meal in place of the bread crumbs works very well due to the soda cracker addition.

    Recipe #425065

    From Southern living 2000 Annual. This makes an easy appy for home entertaining. Carries well in an oven-proof bowl, to re-heat in microwave.

    Recipe #389595

    This is from the Costco recipe book, for Costco products -- but you don't have to use theirs !! No cookie dough, no jello glaze -- just pizza crust, some cream cheese, and FRUIT !!

    Recipe #389412

    From a 2003 "Light and Tasty", submitted by Peggy Weed of Conn. A dense, moist cake with chocolate drizzle on top.

    Recipe #389199

    Still clearing out some old Bon Appetites, and found this tasty-looking recipe in the November, 2007 issue. Piperade refers to the classic Basque stew made with tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, and garlic

    Recipe #388882

    Found this in the December, 2007 issue of Bon Appetite, as I was clearing some space for more recent magazines. I haven't made them, but didn't want to let the recipe get away. Their serving suggestion - with pre-dinner drinks or on a salami platter.

    Recipe #388664

    From Bon Appetite, September, 2009. I have been sorting through my magazines to make some space for MORE , and found a few recipes to keep for later. The photo with this is gorgeous with red, orange, and yellow peppers. Can be used as pizza topping, or served with bread and cheese. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #388658

    From BHG "Smoothies and Healthy Snacks" sent to me by QueenBee in the August '09 Cookbook Swap. I haven't tried these, but they do look quick and tasty. You have a choice of four seasoning variations for protein-rich soy nuts. May be mixed with popcorn or other party nibbles.

    Recipe #387692

    This from "Recipe Book for Feeding Wild Birds", given to me by QueenBee in the August,'09 Cookbook Swap.

    Recipe #387130

    ****OH DEAR !! Zaar will not allow me to delete this recipe, but unless you crave BLAND and TASTELESS -- do NOT prepare it ! SO disappointing ! I added a garnish of real bacon, a handful of grated Parmesan, LOTS of S&P, and it STILL had no flavor ! SO sorry ! That's what I get for posting something I had not prepared ! I think no native Italian would serve this either . Need to find more recipes with dried Fava beans ! This from "Best of the Best Michigan Cookbook" sent to me by QueenBee for the August, '09 cookbook swap. "Served in Puglia, in south of Italy --outstanding example of impact of fine olive oil. Garnished w/additional olive oil which adds flavor, and fried pasta which adds texture." NOTE" Be sure to have SPLIT dried favas, not whole, or you will be cooking them for hours

    Recipe #387118

    This is from "Sandra Lee - Semi Homemade Desserts", chosen for QueenBee in the August Cookbook Swap. It looks like an easy, tasty, appealing dessert when you have family or casual company. Cooking time is refrigeration time TIP : It is better the next day ! ***Suggest you use ONLY best quality frozen berries ! I made with store-brand, and was too soggy !****

    Recipe #386522

    This is from The Food Network Kitchens Cookbook, chosen for QueenB, for the August 2009 Cookbook Swap. This recipe is different from the 2 already posted, and looks to be a tasty appy or snack. Toppings may be caraway, fennel, or other whole seeds; fresh dill, thyme, or rosemary; coarse salt; cracked pepper; black onion seeds I strongly suggest using a food processor instead of a mixer -- batter is VERY stiff,

    Recipe #386504

    We recently spent 2 weeks on Sicily - 1 in a 15th century renovated winery on the slopes of Mt. Etna, and 1 on the north coast, overlooking a Med. type scene. Earlier we had been invited to dinner with the family of a new friend, where all the women gathered to teach us how to make Arancini !! This recipe is from a book I bought there --"Fragrances and Flavors of Sicilian Cuisine", since no one in the group had sufficient common language skills to accurately copy their recipe. It IS labor intensive -- but just wonderful ! I copied the measurements as listed and did not attempt to convert.

    Recipe #367273

    This is from one of the Mediterranean Cooking cards that my partner, Chef1MOM sent me in the Cookbook Swap. The picture is beautiful, and the combination of ingredients cannot miss.

    Recipe #359637

    From a saved page of an old Gourmet Magazine. I prefer to use Israeli couscous, the pearl type, however you need to check package directions for additional cooking time. This was a great side dish for "Recipe#60524" Marinated Lamb Chops. I also used kalamata olives and skipped the salt.

    Recipe #353731

    I think this originally came in Women's Day magazine, back when they had a skinny 6 or 8 page cookbook, in a strip, in the center of the magazine. I started making this as a newly wed, and it is still a family favorite. I usually double the recipe and freeze at least 1/2 of the stuffed noodles, since that is the most time consuming part. Serve with a sald and garlic bread, and a good bottle of red wine !

    Recipe #352411

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