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    From the book Sex on the Beach and other Wild Drinks.

    Recipe #242761

    Words to Drink by: Don't try this if you're already working with a blank slate!!

    Recipe #242760

    Simple recipe to make. Just get the grill going, throw on some chicken breasts and you're on your way.

    Recipe #242759

    No cooking involved. Canned beans make this easy to throw together.

    Recipe #242758

    No cooking involved. Great starter for those hot Summer nights. If you can't get buffalo mozzarella, try to get the large cheese balls found at the deli counter that are usually sitting in a bowl of water. The fresh mozzarella has a better taste and texture than the stuff that is prepackaged.

    Recipe #242757

    Recipe #242570

    From Delia Smith's Christmas. This makes for a nice first course or side dish. Serve with a crusty loaf of bread to soak up all the fragrant juices.

    Recipe #241992

    From 100 Bread Machine Recipes by Vicki Smallwood. The saffron is what gives this its unique golden yellow color. This doesn't last long whenever I make this. Cooking time does NOT include dough cycle time.

    Recipe #241984

    Olive oil, garlic and herbs. Three simple ingredients that taste great together on just about anything. Here they are combined with chicken and potatoes. I used thighs in this but feel free to used legs or breasts. It looks like a lot of steps, but it's really easy to put together. For a complete meal, add some veggies such as sliced carrots, zucchini, peppers, etc. Makes for easy cleanup too!

    Recipe #241591

    There's a few recipes on Zaar for this, but this one seems different from the rest, even though some ingredients are the same. This is simple and delicious. Prep time includes 30 minutes to freeze.

    Recipe #241178

    My own concoction. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #240832

    Came up with this after searching for a similar sauce. Can be used on just about any white fish (cod, sole, orange roughy, flounder) or even salmon. Try to use fresh ginger as it will really make a difference. If you don't have fresh then ground ginger will suffice.

    Recipe #240801

    From a BBC Good Food Magazine which I have altered slightly. This can be made vegetarian by leaving out the chicken.

    Recipe #240791

    This simple recipe keeps the use of pots and pans to a minimum, cutting down on the washing up time. From Good Food Magazine. PaulaG tried this and used asparagus in place of the beans. Sounds like a great idea to me!

    Recipe #240251

    Haven't tried this yet but posting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #240250

    Just got this from my friend Melinda back in Pennsylvania. She said to stand them up in a loaf pan to cook them. I used skewers to help hold them up.

    Recipe #240080

    Was looking for a dip like this but couldn't find what I was looking for. I came up with this instead. Made this to go with Recipe #140689. It also tasted pretty good with pretzels! Try to find Greek yogurt as it's thicker than normal plain yogurt. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #239846

    Simple and tasty says it all.

    Recipe #239458

    Our friend Steve from the States sent me this and he said he got it from Food & Wine Magazine. I thought it looked interesting and am posting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #238818

    This tart is so easy to make and looks great when it comes out of the oven. Serve it warm with vanilla ice cream or creme fraiche. From a supplement that came with Good Food Magazine.

    Recipe #238728

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