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    This recipe was posted in reply to a message board request. For those of you who are into "brewing your own," here is a recipe for Oatmeal Stout you might like to try. Prep time = fermentation and aging time

    Recipe #41147

    2 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is a very yummy apricot jam, and it makes a lovely gift too. It is not difficult to make, but does take a bit of time. Since dried apricots are used instead of fresh ones, it is a good "snowy day" recipe.

    Recipe #41143

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is a yummy sauce for poultry, and very easy to make. Its best when made the day before, so that the flavors have a chance to blend. Depending how "hot" your horseradish is, you can increase/decrease the amount to your taste. With a bit of mustard added, its wonderful on ham too. My son loves this sauce on a bagel with cream cheese....lol

    Recipe #40878

    2 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Posted in reply to a message board request for duck recipes. I don't know how authentic this recipe is, but its yummy just the same.

    Recipe #40872

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is a "quick" tasty recipe for duck. If you enjoy duck, you might want to give this recipe a try as an alternative to your favorite recipe. Recipe can be "halved," use 1 duck and cut onion soup mix by 1/2, I perfer to use the same amount of wine, instead of cutting the amount in half. Posted in reply to a message board request for duck recipes.

    Recipe #40868

    (Posted in reply to a message board request). This is a recipe for "old fashioned" Petits Fours. If you prefer you can use your favorite (2 layer size) white cake recipe to make them.

    Recipe #40573

    5 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is the "old family recipe" that my grandmother used for making her delicious cannoli shells. My cannoli filling recipe is # 59710.

    Recipe #40291

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This was posted in reply to a message board request for a "blackberry vinegar" recipe. You can substitute your choice of berries for the raspberrys.

    Recipe #40236

    6 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is a "copycat" recipe which I've posted in answer to a message board request. I found this recipe at CDKitchen.com

    Recipe #39128

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Here is another "copycat" recipe from CDKitchen.com. If you love garlic and mushrooms, try these! I have made this recipe using "baby bella" mushrooms instead of the "white stuffing-mushrooms", and it is wonderful! Makes a great appetizer or "party snack".

    Recipe #39084

    4 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of several "spice mixes" that I've used for years. I prefer it to commercial chili powder because it is salt-free. You can adjust the "heat" to your liking by adding more or less cayenne pepper to the mix. This recipe yields about 1/4 cup of chili powder - I was asked to change the yield from 1/4 cup to 14 1/4 teaspoons.

    Recipe #38558

    This is a "no bake" variation of a very rich, traditional Italian dessert. Since it uses store bought sponge cake as a base, it is very easy to put together. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration time.

    Recipe #38511

    24 Reviews |  By Dee514

    (For electric Ice Cream Machines) This recipe makes a delicious, soft, custard-type ice cream. If you prefer a firmer ice cream, you can chill it for an extra cycle in your ice cream machine or place it in a bowl in your freezer for an hour before serving. Prep time includes the 1 hour chilling time and the 1/2 hour beat/freezing time.

    Recipe #38435

    7 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of several "spice mixes" that I've used for years. Its an easy way of adding a "Mexican flavor" to casseroles, grilled meats, salads, etc. Experiment with it.

    Recipe #38330

    41 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This recipe makes a rather good French loaf. Since it uses "rapid rise" yeast, it is quicker to make because it only needs 1 rise instead of 2. Prep time includes 40 minute rising time.

    Recipe #38327

    11 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of several "spice mixes" that I've used for years. It makes a wonderful seasoning for poultry, pasta sauce, or can be added to oil and vinegar for a vinaigrette dressing.

    Recipe #38293

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of several "spice mixes" that I've used for years. It makes a wonderful seasoning for poultry or lamb, and can be added to yoghurt or sour cream, etc. for a yummy dressing. Experiment!

    Recipe #38261

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of several "spice mixes" that I've used for years. I call it "vegetable blend" because I like the flavor it gives to steamed veggies. Its also a nice change from my usual dressing for potato salad.

    Recipe #38241

    3 Reviews |  By Dee514

    My hubby's grandmother was 16 when she came to the USA from Poland. This is her Kielbasa recipe which she handed down to her daughters. My M-I-L passed it on to me, and I am sharing it with you. The "2 hour" prep time may vary, depending on the stuffing/filling method you use. Note: The pork should NOT be too lean (75-85%), since the kielbasa gets its moistness and some of its flavor from the fat. Also, this recipe was "translated" from an old "pinch of this/that" recipe. Plesase adjust the spices/seasonings to your preference.

    Recipe #38227

    This is a another "no bake" variation of the traditional Italian cream cake.

    Recipe #38225

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