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    I used my Belgian waffle machine for these, although you can use any type of waffle iron as these are not true Belgian style waffles. These were so good and did not last long at all. This recipe makes about 6 full round waffles, which can be broken into 4 smaller waffles each (I used 2 of those smaller pieces as a serving suggestion). The Zaar computer requires that I enter a cook time, but the time will vary based on each individual machine - I guess at about 7 minutes per waffle, but please test one out on your machine first for more accurate timing.

    Recipe #410406

    This is actually based on a suggestion made by another Recipezaar member, SarasotaCook. I had made a request for ideas to use up some ingredients in my freezer and pantry, and she kindly described how she likes to prepare chicken using the ingredients I had on hand. I took her idea and this is what I came up with. Sarasota told me to go ahead and post the recipe, so here is how I prepared it. I used Muir Glen organic for the diced tomatoes. Note: I removed the skin after cooking and served the meat sliced off the bone; the nutritional facts are assuming you ate all of the marinade, didn't spoon out the fat, and ate the skin. My chicken breasts were huge and had enough meat to feed 3 servings. If you prefer to leave the meat on the bone, you will have 2 larger portions.

    Recipe #409583

    Cracker Barrel brought back their famous double fudge cola cake for their 40th anniversary and I was able to give their version a try. It was quite different from most of the usual copycat recipes out there, so perhaps their current version has been somewhat adapted over time. There are no nuts in this version. I did base my version on one I originally found on copycat.com, and I think I have it just about right. Expect a very moist, rich, deep dark chocolate sheet cake with a very fudgey thick frosting.

    Recipe #408787

    This was one of my favorite recipes from Painter's Tavern in NY state. I tracked down various versions and tested and retested until I found the taste that fit their version. Thai inspired, not truly an authentic dish. This makes a lot of sauce - in fact, you may find that you don't need quite the full amount for this recipe. It really depends on how much you like in your finished dish. I usually make the full amount and the next meal I serve the extra portion as a dip for chicken fingers or satay sticks (it also can be used as a chicken marinade). The nutritional data is assuming you are eating all of the sauce with this meal, so bear that in mind.

    Recipe #393293

    I spent two days digging through piles of old magazines and recipe clippings trying to find this recipe. My friend Jenny had made a version she found in an old Taste of Home cooking school edition, only she had made her own changes to the recipe. I happened to have the same issue of the magazine, and had written down Jenny's changes in the margin. I finally found that old clipping. This is a great recipe, really fast. I serve this with some stir fried veggies on the side. There are very few recipes I make that I use the bottled lemon juice concentrate in vs fresh, this is one of them. It just isn't the same using fresh lemon juice. This is very much an American-Asian fusion dish, not an authentic Japanese style teriyaki.

    Recipe #393018

    Some of the berries get mashed into the batter, giving these a very unique look and taste. Supposedly from Jordan Marsh, according to the community cookbook I found this in. These are rich and delicious. NOTE: You really only can use fresh berries for this particular recipe. I did try using frozen once and they really didn't turn out as well. I prefer to use margarine in this recipe as it makes them puff higher and stick less, but butter is fine if that is all you have handy.

    Recipe #391743

    This is my basic easy lasagna. I either use homemade sauce or a really good quality store bought brand. There are four types of cheese in this recipe. If you like things spicy, by all means add a bit of crushed red pepper to the sauce or use spicy sausage. If I am adding sausage, I prefer to use mild turkey sausage in this, but it tastes really good with just ground beef too.

    Recipe #391737

    Bonnag is a traditional bread-like breakfast or tea-time sweet loaf native to the Isle of Man. I combined several traditional versions to come up with my own version, with measurements for the American cook, using American volume based measuring cups. You can use any dried berry you like in this, I used cranberries.

    Recipe #390363

    Donita was a friend I met while living in Kentucky. She used to bring these brownies to potlucks and kindly shared the recipe with me. I have made my own changes over the years, but it is still basically the same recipe she used. You can add 1 cup chopped nuts if you like, however I feel these are rich enough without them.

    Recipe #372065

    A magazine gave me the idea for the combination of veggies in this pasta salad, but gave no actual recipe, so this is what I came up with. I was in a fantastic mood and came up with this light, refreshing salad to reflect my mood and the wonderful Spring day. I think if you happen to have some leftover steamed salmon or chunks of white tuna, that would be a nice addition as well. I did not measure while creating this, so please feel free to adjust all seasonings to your liking. If you don't like onions, you could use minced shallots, red bell pepper or some scallions instead. If you don't have rocket, you may use arugula, mizuna or watercress.

    Recipe #363111

    This delicious salad was served at a party and I asked the hostess, Becky, for her recipe. This was from her Grandma. The original recipe called for 16 ounces of spinach (torn), and only 6 slices of bacon. I have listed the recipe as Becky prepared it, she used about 2 1/2 bags of baby spinach and 18 slices of cooked bacon. The salad will get too weepy if left sitting too long, so plan to eat it all right away, this doesn't keep well once the dressing has been added. When I made this, I used a 250 g bag of baby spinach, about 8 strips of bacon, half the dressing, and I still used the 3 eggs.

    Recipe #356931

    Adapted from the Neal's Yard Bakery Whole Food Cookbook. According to the book, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, or leek can be subbed for the parsnips in this recipe. This is a thin, but creamy soup. I made it with fresh parsnips and served with some wholegrain bread drizzled with Marmite on the side.

    Recipe #355700

    A guest on the UK tv show,Come Dine with Me,prepared this recipe, which she got from "New Cookery Year, Readers Digest." I tried it and enjoyed the refreshing flavors. She served this is a starter course before a fish main meal, but I ate it as a light lunch salad.

    Recipe #341641

    I made two of these gorgeous rolled stuffing logs, one for Thanksgiving and froze the second to serve with my Christmas meal. The entire recipe makes 2 stuffing logs and there will also be a third portion left to stuff a turkey with, or to bake in a casserole. If you only want to make 1 roll, simply divide most of the ingredients by 3, except for the apple, egg, and bacon - use 1 small egg, 1 small apple, and 12 pieces of bacon, cooking time will remain the same. A bit tricky to roll up, but the final product is worth all your hard work.You can substitute fresh red currants for the cranberries or use dried cranberries or dried cherries if you prefer. Also, if you only have dried herbs, that is fine.. just add dreid versions to taste, perhaps a few spoonfuls of each. This gets sliced and looks so lovely with the center of berries. Adapted from a version I found in Good Food magazine.

    Recipe #341056

    When I lived in Kansas, my neighbor Camille shared this lovely recipe with me. We used to be able to get beautiful, abundant fresh strawberries and I used to make this recipe often to use them up. I usually would make two cakes, one to eat and one to freeze for last minute guests.

    Recipe #340788

    I found a variation of this recipe on another website, but the original did not contain nearly as many spices or flavorings. I also prefer to use my Recipe #19239 on top of these. If you do not have nonfat dry milk powder, you may use 3/4 cup low-fat or nonfat milk, warmed to lukewarm in place of the water and powdered milk. These are lightly spiced, and if you use the cloves, they will have a darker color. Not very sweet, the icing provides most of the sweetness.

    Recipe #340786

    These are really good, with molasses and raisins in them. I originally got the recipe from a cookbook one of the QVC hosts put out, "More Family Favorites" by Mary Beth Roe.

    Recipe #289152

    This is another recipe I used to make every Christmas as a kid, all by myself. Sticky, sweet, messy...I had so much fun making and eating them. Originally from the "Jones Farm Country Kitchen" community cookbook.

    Recipe #234252

    From one of my favorite community cookbooks, "Jones Farm Country Kitchen." These are just a simple blueberry muffin, very sweet and scrumptious. Although this calls for fresh blueberries, I have used frozen blueberries in this before without thawing them and they came out great too.

    Recipe #234215

    A delicious, creamy summer soup. This is very rich, serve in small portions. I have made this using regular sour cream and also light sour cream with good results either way.

    Recipe #233850

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