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    An interesting drink, found in a collection of Danish recipes online. I've made it with blackberry brandy, and it was quite nice. This is pretty potent, so if you prefer a fruitier taste, you may want to try adding more pineapple juice.

    Recipe #234746

    From the Border Cookbook, posted for ZWT 3, Mexico.

    Recipe #235143

    From Every Night Italian, posted for ZWT IV. Described as "not a mousse, not a custard, not really a pudding...it is a creamy chocolate dessert that is easy to make." Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration. Note: this contains uncooked egg yolks, so if you are concerned about that - don't make this OR here is a link with tips about how to cook them before using without turning them into scrambled eggs. http://whatscookingamerica.net/Eggs/RawEggs.htm

    Recipe #307750

    I see all these cool recipes using cake mixes and I usually don't have any on hand. I found this recipe on Recipelink.com, where it is credited as being from Make Your Own Groceries. I've used it, and it does the job! There is another cake mix recipe on this site (#182515), but I thought I'd go ahead and post this one since it is slightly different (it's made with shortening, so it can be made ahead and stored in a plastic bag) and it also includes notes for variations. I'm posting a recipe for a chocolate cake mix as well.

    Recipe #192436

    This is one of those recipes I turn to again and again when I don't feel like working too hard on dinner. I'm including the ingredients from the original recipe, though I always add corn, and never add the bacon or green pepper. It's great served over rice. From the More with Less Cookbook.

    Recipe #215267

    This is an easy tasty barbecue sauce made with ingredients you probably have on hand. From the Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook.

    Recipe #296753

    This is an interesting combination from The Border Cookbook. Posted for ZWT 3, Mexico. It combines sharp and sweet flavors that work pretty well with spicy Mexican meals. I've just made this once and I think the dressing could use some adjustments and maybe the salad mix - so feel free to add your own touches and let me know about them!

    Recipe #234873

    These make a simple, delicious and elegant appetizer from Secrets from a Caterer's Kitchen by Nicole Aloni. You can purchase premade tartlets or use a recipe found on this site. I like Anme's Recipe #238142 for these. The amounts listed reflect what I used for a recent party, but they can be easily adjusted to suit your needs and taste.

    Recipe #289609

    Nice flavors and textures for a quesadilla, with a nice jolt of spiciness from the chiles. Works out ok with flour tortillas as well as corn. From The Border Cookbook, posted for ZWT 3, Mexico.

    Recipe #234875

    A nicely flavored and colorful omelet from Madhur Jaffrey's Quick and Easy Indian Cooking.

    Recipe #306233

    German salad found on allrecipes, originally from Taste of Home. When I made this, I left out the egg and sauteed the onion and used bacon bits from a jar. The dressing is tart, so add a pinch more sugar if you like.

    Recipe #304593

    I found this recipe on Epinions.com in a review of California Pizza Kitchen from chic_seeker. The reviewer included a close copycat recipe to the restaurant's delicious Chinese chicken salad. I included this with other salads in a recent lunch for a crowd and this was the first thing gone. (Prep time cited does not include cooking chicken)

    Recipe #462473

    An interesting-looking salad from South American Food and Cooking.

    Recipe #233423

    From Madhur Jaffrey's Quick and Easy Indian Cooking, posted for ZWT IV.

    Recipe #306156

    From A Taste of Africa, posted for ZWT IV. Prep time does not include time needed for seasoning meat.

    Recipe #307951

    I found this recipe on a website called "Good (& CHEAP) Eats." The dough feels quite dense, but the scones rise up nicely and they are light and delicious. The original recipe calls for self-rising flour, so if you have some on hand, you can skip the baking powder and salt. I used brown sugar and white chocolate chips. I'm sure I'll use semi-sweet chips (or both) at another time.

    Recipe #419972

    Just what this site needs - another chicken taco recipe! Here's my variation on the theme - like most recipes, it's really easy to adjust to suit your family's tastes. Cooking time is very flexible as well, sometimes I get it started and let it simmer a bit to blend the flavors, adding liquid as needed to keep it from drying out. Other times, I just throw it all together and serve it within 15 minutes.

    Recipe #216871

    This is a really simple sauce that works well for enchiladas. From The More With Less Cookbook.

    Recipe #296751

    everyday chinese cooking

    Recipe #304581

    This is my mother-in-law's recipe and as far as my husband and son are concerned, it is the most important part of thanksgiving dinner. It's nice to serve this in a glass bowl to show off the festive red color. Preparation time does not include overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #198011

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