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    A delightful dish from southern India, this also lends itself very well to being prepared with cubed lamb or rabbit. (Prep time includes marinating time.)

    Recipe #56508

    Bannock is an ancient and traditional bread of the Scots and early Canadian settlers. In Scotland, many towns and villages have their own unique recipes for it, and this is one of my personal favourites. Although many bannocks are in the bread family, this one is more closely related to shortbread. It can be served as dessert, at afternoon tea or "happy hour", and stops that slight grumbling in your belly when you need a bedtime snack.

    Recipe #43855

    Yummy on enchiladas or poured over burritos.

    Recipe #40355

    These can be enjoyed by the legal aliens in YOUR neighbourhood. Recipe dedicated to Mini R.

    Recipe #40190

    The title is from Fawlty Towers, the recipe is an original version of a very old dish. I simply invite you to indulge in this decadent breakfast for 2. You don't absolutely have to be a twit to enjoy it.

    Recipe #40089

    King Arthur's Flour baking catalog (www.kingarthurflour.com; 800-827-6836) sells baking pans for making these regular or miniature doughnuts. The pans look like muffin pans with forms for making the holes in the doughnuts. Take a batch or two of these to your next feed-a-cop party. Makes 6 regular doughnuts or 24 mini-doughnuts

    Recipe #39963

    Copied and pasted off the Internet - a great, easy way to sling more recipes against the Recipezaar wall and to quickly inflate your statistics without much effort or consumption of time. Heck, you don't even need to know how to spell!

    Recipe #39461

    Mr. McGinty's original recipe, recently discovered by archaeologists under the Blarney Stone, translated from Gaelic for your dining pleasure. The original recipe called for ground goat and goat's milk. Outer Slobodnikanians can substitute ground polar bear, penguin egg and pomegranate juice.

    Recipe #39245

    Great for Sunday brunch or a holiday breakfast. Thanks to Chef SherryF for the inspiration to create this recipe. Don't worry if you can't find the ingredients in your friendly local supermarket - just substitute kumquats, bamboo shoots, wawa with fresh pomegranate juice mixed in it, and ground polar bear. (These international substitutions are provided as the result of a suggestion by a Recipezaar chef.)

    Recipe #38721

    This was requested in the "Request a Recipe" forum. I did not have such a recipe, so I telephoned Mr. Bury and asked him if he had one. He said, "Yes, I do. In fact, I have one that I entered in my own Bake-Off Contest." What a stroke of luck!

    Recipe #38226

    Nudism at my dining table is prohibited. Do your part to help stamp out vegetable pornography.

    Recipe #38211

    Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. Which turned out to be a stroke of luck for me. You see, the timing was perfect, because Humpty was just ready to hatch anyway, Since Humpty was an orphan, some kind-hearted poultry farmer raised Humpty to maturity, and then killed, plucked, and ground Humpty. This is a great recipe for ground fully-grown egg.

    Recipe #38180

    The lemon peel and celery seeds add zip to this healthy slaw. Recipe source: Cooking for Health.

    Recipe #37854

    Any kind of soft cheese can be used.

    Recipe #37080

    Beats the frozen stuff!

    Recipe #37009

    Don't serve your veggies in the nude. Dress them up, for the sake of decency.

    Recipe #36864

    Posted by request. I have not made this recipe.

    Recipe #36834

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