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    After much tweaking and trial and error I've found a recipe that makes just enough pancakes for two and tastes delicious.

    Recipe #460759

    from cooking.com

    Recipe #446369

    Start with cooked Jasmine rice … add seafood seasoning, green onion and cilantro, this recipe serves six; or, make appetizers for your next party. Top with a delicious Mango-Ginger Coconut Sauce. http://www.mahatmarice.com/en-us/recipes/2864/ShrimpandJasmineRiceCakeswithMango-GingerCoconutSauce.aspx

    Recipe #441543

    This is a mixture of about 3 different recipes, along with some edits of my own. I couldn't find one that sounded "just right". We really like them.

    Recipe #432259

    I found this recipe on eating well's website. I needed to be able to adjust the servings and I'm not to good at doing it on my own so I entered it here so RZ could do it for me. I served it with steamed jasmine rice and it was fantastic. I think next time I might add a little fresh grated ginger root though.

    Recipe #422589

    I had ground beef thawed, a 1/2 used can of chipotle in adobo and didn't know what to make. I honestly didn't even think about using the chipotles until I came across a recipe here using them. I didn't really follow that recipe much though :-) I looked at around 20 burger recipes trying to decide what to do. As I started looking, I started writing a list of the items from each recipe that sounded good. Then I put them together and made this. I found that my Kaiser rolls had molded and had to do a "quick bread change" and I think it came out better for it. The handsome man (DB) liked it so much he asked me to write it down immediately, then he had me read it back to him to make sure I didn't forget anything LOL.

    Recipe #318486

    From Family Circle website. Since I can't review my own recipe I'll do it here LOL I didn't think this one up I found it and I would only give it 3 stars. It's decent but not excellent. Definitely an interesting twist on a baked potato, and yes I did half a recipe :-) and it came out fine. OH I didn't microwave the potatoes though I baked them for around an hour at 350 on the oven rack (no foil) I only put them in foil once they were done to keep them from making a big mess when I filled them.

    Recipe #313311

    Barefoot Contessa recipe. ATTENTION: there is a 4 hour non-active prep time in addition to the listed 10 minutes prep time which is the cool down time for the soup. We don't like dill very much, but I decided to try this recipe anyway. We REALLY didn't like it. It almost reminded us of cold dill pickle soup. However I thought it might be to someone else's liking it certainly SOUNDED good. So I made it public :-)

    Recipe #313308

    I picked this up at Beekman & Beekman website. They offer "pure varietal honeys". http://www.beekmanandbeekman.com/ It sounded SO good I wanted to save it for later! Prep time includes 3 hour marination time (it says 2-4 I picked 3 LOL) as well as how long I think it'll take to do the other stuff.

    Recipe #291833

    I hope I am not "reposting" I looked and didn't see this one. I make this for Teddy's Daddy when he's had a rough day or when he needs to relax. I don't use Irish Whiskey I have tried Bushmills in this but it does not taste as good as our current favorite which is Cutty Sark a Scotch Whisky.

    Recipe #291695

    I wanted something easy to make that used ingredients I usually have around the house. Most of this is "estimates" because who really measures out everything they put in something when they "throw it together" :-)

    Recipe #284706

    Found on Simply Recipes.com and edited to be lower in sugar. OK I actually made the recipe a month or so ago. I should make it more! It's very good. I don't have Bok Choy or Prosciutto in the house on a regular basis though :-(

    Recipe #262287

    Recipe #259598

    From San Joaquin Magazine. Cook time includes a "guesstimate" on how long cooking pumpkin might take (not that I have ANY idea)

    Recipe #259590

    This is a combination of two recipes I found while looking around on the internet. One didn't have the sesame seeds and one had the sauce I wanted. So I mixed ideas. If your tuna isn't bright red and it flakes apart you won't want to use it for this dish. I am finding if it isn't the right color and isn't fresh it does not taste right. I have purchased steaks in individual plastic packs that have been pre-frozen from the fish counter with good results. In the picture you see it with a vegetable it is Recipe #91301.

    Recipe #258977

    This is from a Guckenheimer cookbook I received as a gift. I am adding all the ones that sound good to ‘Zaar so I can make them later.

    Recipe #257009

    From "Raley's Something Extra" Magazine.

    Recipe #257002

    This is an adaptation of recipe #17398 by Risë. I was out of red pepper flakes so I substituted Sesame Seeds instead.

    Recipe #256950

    This is from a Guckenheimer cookbook I received as a gift. I am adding all the ones that sound good to Zaar so I can make them later.

    Recipe #256946

    I make this almost every weekend. Listed are the veggies I normally use, but honestly I use whatever vegetables are in the refrigerator most mornings. It's a scramble because I have never mastered the omelet but I am sure it would be good that way too! Although it does not have a "Greek Flair" we often top it with a nice red salsa.

    Recipe #255596

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