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    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    When I was a little girl, we used to make bannock over the fire. I loved it. My Mom hated it. Which made me love it even more!

    Recipe #134130

    21 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Fast and easy is a requirement in my house! (Updated April 16, 2006 to fix the order of the ingredients. I also took out the quantity for the oil so that the nutritional information is a little more accurate now.)

    Recipe #134128

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    These sound wonderful! Anything fried has to be good! UPDATE: After Kiwi's problems, I must caution anyone trying this recipe. I had not tried them before posting this recipe. I am hoping to make these and figure out what is needed to make it a good recipe!

    Recipe #134126

    When I first got custody of my sons, they wouldn't eat anything unless it came out of a box or a can. So in order to get them to even try sausage, I had to "jazz" it up. Sugar coat anything and kids will eat it. Turns out that they loved it and now they will eat sausage even if it isn't coated in sugar. We always have white rice and corn to go with these. I am not sure why, but that is what the boys always ask for.

    Recipe #134124

    6 Reviews |  By Saturn

    My fiance "invented" this dip. He was just learning how to cook and this was the first thing he created without a recipe. Over the years, he has perfected it. It is now a family favourite. My FIL and step-daughter can't get enough of this. Every year, we get the family all together for the town Christmas parade then RUN back to the house for this dip and hot chocolate. It is the best part of the entire night!

    Recipe #134106

    6 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is from the Bethel Play Group from 1979. The ladies always made sure we had some in hand. Now I make it for my sons. It turns out well and keeps on the shelf for a REALLY long time in a freezer bag. When you first knead it, be careful, it is still quite hot. Edited to add: I made two batches today. One used up some alum I had in the cupboard from last year. That one never really got to a good texture, and I had to add LOTS more flour. The second one used fresh alum, and it came together in no time and didn't need any extra flour. I made them using the microwave. I boiled the water in a large bowl first. Then added the salt. After stirring it in, I microwaved the water again for a minute just to make sure it was hot enough for adding in the food colouring (and subsequently, the alum and other stuff). It worked out perfectly. I tried adding in some lemon extract to give it a scent but it didn't seem to take.

    Recipe #131067

    This is a recently adopted recipe. I will be making this and then posting any changes or corrections. Cook time includes rising time, as well as I could guess.

    Recipe #94582

    12 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I was blown away at how flavourful this dish was. Be careful not to actually burn it though as the burnt molasses taste will permeate the entire dish. ;) Trust me on that one! ---- Original Chef's notes: "This simple citrus glaze has a hint of sweetness, but also takes on a bit of smoky flavor from the molasses and red wine vinegar. The chicken turns a beautiful mahogany color, and is so delicious. From Everyday Food's January 2004 issue."

    Recipe #80846

    6 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I have not had a chance to make this myself. If you are finding that your chocolate is going to hard, melt in a tbsp (or maybe even less) of shortening. That will make the chocolate stay soft. I got that trick from Recipe #89167.

    Recipe #79500

    8 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I have not had a chance to make this myself.

    Recipe #77355

    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I have not had a chance to make this myself. Original Chef's notes: "Although this recipe is long, it is really not difficult and produces a stunning cookie. They can be frozen, sliced and baked when needed."

    Recipe #74227

    3 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I have not had a chance to make this myself.

    Recipe #66944

    12 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. These are the original chef's notes: "This recipe is much lighter in butter and very flavourful due to the preferment process."

    Recipe #66524

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I have not had a chance to make this myself.

    Recipe #53911

    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is a recipe I adopted from the Recipezaar account. UPDATE May 30, 2006: This is great! The mint flavour somewhat dissipates but it is still lurking in there! As it was hot in my kitchen, the chocolate mixture never got to room temperature. Therefore, mine never really "set up" properly. So I froze it. That worked beautifully! It was like a fudgsicle in a pie shell. It was somewhat difficult to cut but it wasn't impossible. I look forward to making this again and again. It was a great treat on an unbearably hot day! Plus, it is nice to know that I have a special sweet treat hiding in my freezer just waiting for me! (Chilling time is not included)

    Recipe #7573

    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is an adopted recipe from the RecipeZaar account. Updated May 30, 2006. I have made some changes to the recipe. I added some flavour and subtracted some sugar. I like it this way.

    Recipe #7545

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