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    A refreshing beverage I found somewhere online for a camping trip in 2002. I just found the written recipe being used as a bookmark in an old novel I'd been reading on the trip. :)

    Recipe #383260

    To celebrate the blue moon on New Year's Eve I made & enjoyed a version of a drink from Blue Ice American Vodka. The original recipe is called a Blue Ghost but I changed it up & changed the name to fit the special occasion. The second full moon in a month is called a blue moon. December 31, 2009's blue moon was coupled with a partial lunar eclipse. The next time a blue moon will fall on a New Year's Eve will be in the year 2028 and at that time a full lunar eclipse will occur. I'm usually an Absolut vodka gal, but in this case I needed a gluten free vodka. Amazingly, I found a vodka made in my home state out of our famous Idaho russet potatoes. This drink is smooth & so beautiful! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. :)

    Recipe #407046

    A recipe from the Dec/Jan 2k1 issue of Taste of Home. So easy and great fun for the whole family! To remove the marshmallow creme from the jar I use a rubber spatula & the fluff just sticks to it. Otherwise microwaving it for a few seconds at a time might make it release easier.

    Recipe #22612

    This recipe was created for the Greece themed cooking day while I was teaching the 2013 "Cuisine Around the World" Cooking Elective for 3rd-5th graders at the Village Charter school.

    Recipe #495127

    After months of preschoolers with markers, slime, play dough, wet nail polish, and of course, food on my dining room chairs, I couldn't stand them anymore. (The chairs, not the kids! lol) I really needed to try to get them clean, and prefer homemade remedies to store-bought chemicals. I found this recipe posted on http://do-it-yourself.tribe.net/thread/480e9776-2d06-4ecd-b0cf-bd4fbd56d307 by Meander. I immediately tried it and it worked miracles! The nail polish wasn't affected by it, but everything else from chocolate and spaghetti sauce to colored markers came out with very little work. In fact, my 5 year old did most of the scrubbing with a small manicure brush. Remember to only use the foam, not the liquid at the bottom of the bowl, and the chairs will dry out quickly.

    Recipe #476135

    This recipe is posted from the Magic Bullet manual for a demo posted in the Kitchen Gadgets forum here on Food.com. It's your basic rum-based daiquiri but at the end of the directions I've included their other flavor variations. I combined two of them to make a Strawberry Diva Daiquiri (shown in photo).

    Recipe #464614

    This recipe is posted straight from the Magic Bullet manual for a demo posted in the Kitchen Gadgets and Appliances forum here on Food.com.

    Recipe #464398

    Found this recipe at: http://www.epicconstructions.com/mirror/mcd/ The recipes are in pdf & various fonts & formatting that don't translate well when printed. Some of the words I can't even read on paper at all (2 point type size), so I'm posting it here so we can use it again. It's the closest to McDonald's we've found to date. We had a package of the original sauce to compare side-by-side with. There is definitely no cayenne in the original (which is one of the clone's best assets) & the original tastes like it has a touch of BBQ sauce in it. I've seen a lot of recipes with Heinz 57 listed but I wasn't interested in trying another one of those tonight. This recipe utilized everything I already had on hand. We let it refrigerate for about 6 hours & the flavors mellowed quite a bit but I think the sauce will benefit from a longer refrigeration time as the mustard & vinegar flavors are overpowering right after mixing.

    Recipe #357420

    While browsing the liquor store I stumbled on the Smirnoff Iced Cake flavored vodka, and even though I don't normally choose this brand, I had to try it. This recipe definitely tastes like a birthday cake, but without being overly sweet. The orange and pineapple juices balance out the sweetness nicely. Found the basic recipe for this on the Smirnoff website.

    Recipe #489178

    Using my new (to me) VitaMix blender, I've been experimenting with smoothie options. I don't like milk, yogurt, or even much ice cream so the usual recipes don't appeal to me. However, at Jamba Juice I always sub pineapple sherbert in my drinks. To date, this is my favorite homemade smoothie & it's the closest to my favorite Jamba flavor. I'm posting it now so I don't forget what combination I used this time. :) It's a tropical, not too sweet, drink with all frozen fruit & juice.

    Recipe #396200

    From FamousFrenchDesserts.com. "Tastes amazing, feels amazing." Traditional French serving ideas: For breakfast serve in a bowl for dipping your toast into or for afternoon tea with French pastries or truffles Posted for ZWT 5.

    Recipe #373847

    A basic pesto sauce using fresh basil and pine nuts. Traditionally pesto is made by grinding fresh herbs, garlic, olive oil & nuts by hand with a mortar and pestle. While fun to do, it is time consuming, but with modern conveniences we can now cheat a little bit. This recipe uses a food processor but you can also finely chop everything with a good knife or a mezzaluna. See *Note below for a list of optional ingredients and feel free to use and experiment with any combination of herbs and nuts you may have available.

    Recipe #355554

    This recipe was created for the Greek themed day when I was teaching the 2013 "Cuisine Around the World" cooking elective for 3rd-5th graders at The Village Charter School.

    Recipe #495094

    This recipe is posted from the Magic Bullet manual for a demo in the Kitchen Gadgets and Appliances forum here at Food.com. It's super simple and makes a great tasting salad for two. If you want to make a larger recipe, double the ingredients and use the blender attachment instead of the short cup. I did find it took me slightly longer than 6 seconds, and in the future I'll chop the apple and nuts a little smaller to speed it up. I also like dried cranberries in my chicken salad, so I hand-stir about 2 Tablespoons of Craisins into the mixture after I'm done pulsing.

    Recipe #464397

    Sweet and tangy sauce for meatballs or chicken. I developed this recipe as a variation on my simple sweet and sour dipping sauce used in my Asian inspired recipe #336740 recipe. Still very simple to make but a little more sophisticated with the addition of brown sugar, pineapple and green pepper. I hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #355402

    From Naomi at the Better Batter Gluten Free flour website. I haven't tried it yet, but am really looking forward to it! Prep time is approximate.

    Recipe #445209

    I'm posting this per requests from DH's work. It's my tweaked up version of the original white chocolate chex mix. Hope you guys enjoy it! :)

    Recipe #501711

    These are the best of the best in old-fashioned pancakes. (Thank you, Halifax Liz for letting me know that your grandmother was making these in Northern Ireland 70 years ago.) It's no wonder a recipe like this has such staying power, they're super easy & make use of on-hand ingredients. The secret to their firm but fluffy texture is using tiny cubes of white bread to support the batter. But you'll never know they're in there! I've been making this recipe for about 10 years now & I like to serve these pancakes with jams, maple syrup & my homemade syrup from Recipe #22066. I also usually double the recipe if there is more than just the 3 of us eating. The recipe was found in "Pancakes A to Z", one of the three books in my favorite cookbook series by Marie Simmons and there titled "Rux's Family's Favorite Pancakes". My family simply dubbed them "Special Pancakes" and even though it doesn't take a special day to make them, they make ANY day feel special.

    Recipe #380167

    Originally seen on Giada De Laurentiis but we altered it, as the version she drinks is a bit heavy on the vodka for us. ;) I loved that the simple syrup was homemade & everything else was fresh. Mmmm!

    Recipe #356522

    An unusual combination of ingredients comes together to make a delicious dip or cracker spread. Quick and easy to prepare, it can be made a day in advance or served immediately. Created for the Fall 2010 Dining on a Dollar Contest.

    Recipe #440744

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