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    This came from a taste of Home magazine and looks simple and tasty. It states you are just moments away from fudge. Just microwave, stir and spread. As I'm a fudge fanatic but also a failure when it comes to making it this sounds right up my alley. There are several other recipes similar on here but they all seem to include peanut butter and this doesn't. Prep time does not include chilling

    Recipe #520118

    This is an African (Mozambique) curry that can be done with chicken, shrimp, or crab. Goes well with tomato chutney and onion hot sauce. For shrimp or crab, use 1 pound." I found it on another site while researching recipes for ZWT 2011 the African tour.

    Recipe #455721

    Received this on line for TOH and with my lavender getting ready it's very timely. It's described as: An eye-catching, moist cake has a terrific buttery texture and a lovely lavender flavor. Sure to be an eye catching. Note: Look for dried lavender flowers in spice shops. If using lavender from the garden, make sure it hasn’t been treated with chemicals

    Recipe #516667

    Found this on the William-Sonoma web site and they are so cute and look pretty easy think the DGSs will really like them. So decided to put the recipe here for safe keeping until the cookie cutters I've ordered arrive and I can make them. I think these will be fun and most recipes I get from William Sonoma taste great so hope these do to. Prep time does not include refrigeration or cooling time. I've guessed at the serving amount as the number of cookies will depend on the size of your cutters. Mine are a little larger than regular animal crackers. Finally made these and it was enjoyed by everyone, not just the kids. I think the fresh grated nutmeg is a must as it adds just that little bit of mystery to the taste that has folks asking "what is that flavor" I'm thinking they might even be good dipped in chocolate!

    Recipe #326823

    Found these on another site while looking for a recipe for yeast biscuits. Tried these and they are fairly simple, rise nicely and taste very light. We had them with eggs, bacon and hot gravy with jam on the side for those that wanted it. What a nice way to start the day. Time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #268250

    Found this recipe in a Paula Deen Magazine and using Gruyere cheese, sour cream, fresh mushrooms and panko it's just enough differant that I want to save it until I can give it a try. I think it'd make a nice, impressive side for a company dinner. As an update - finally got around to making this and it was even better than I thought. I used one of those bags of a combination of broccoli and Cauliflower and it even had baby carrots in it which made for some pretty color. Pretty easy to put together and EVERYONE at the party asked for the recipe. Unfortunatly it was gone before I was even able to take a picture, but will just have to make again just for that.

    Recipe #330991

    Found this recipe in a magazine and though it has multiple steps in preparation it is so worth it. I found the Ancho chilis in the Mexican section of my grocery store and I am told they are the sweetest of all the dried chilies. Hope you like this as much as my family did.

    Recipe #254762

    Love the idea of no-knead bread and want to try this. Cook in a dutch oven and top with King Arthur Everything bread Topping or your favorite seeds.

    Recipe #445305

    Found this recipe on another site and have made it several times. The apples and honey give it a crisp yet fresh taste that family and friends have raved about. Easy to make ahead so I have time to concentrate on other things. Preparation time includes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #236645

    When asparagus is in season bring out the phyllo and start baking this fresh and yummy dish

    Recipe #503254

    Found this on an on-line recipe site called "Tablespoon" and looks so fun for a brunch and looks fabulous, but is as easy since it made with canned crescent rolls

    Recipe #516718

    Recieved this online from All Recipes, tried it and loved it. Quick, easy and tasty what more could you want. I made mine to a medium soft egg as we like and topped with fresh salsa and sour cream; but think you could scramble also. I'm going to try freezing the extras for a quick micowave breakfast on those morning we're in a hurry.

    Recipe #476758

    Here's another of those William-Sonoma recipes I want to try when I get a chance. Sounds like a great fall recipe to me, real comfort food. The site says that The British sausage became known as a banger around World War I, probably because ti spluttered as it fried. Don't know if that's true or not, but the addition of the wine to this recipe has got to make it a winner in this house. Don't know how to separate the sections of this recipe in the ingredients, so the sausages, mash (potatoes) and gravy are listed together in order. As an update, finally got to try this and yes; it's real comfort food, with a rich, robust gravy. Nice for those cool Fall evenings and pretty simple to make.

    Recipe #326894

    Found this online by Katheats.com like the idea of no cooking and she states "and toppings are endless. Add the toppings the night before or the next morning – either way works. Just don’t put anything in you don’t mind getting soggy (i.e. crunchy cereals)". Time is tough as it soaks overnightOvernight oats are just oats soaked overnight that absorb the liquid you put them in – any kind of liquid you like! The most common mixture is equal parts raw rolled oats, milk and yogurt (I like 1/3 or 1/2 cup of each). You can use any kind of yogurt or milk. Put in the fridge overnight (uncovered or covered, your choice) and let ‘em soak up the liquids.

    Recipe #517601

    Found this on another on-line recipe channel and looks so good with great reviews. I've been looking for the perfect soft pretzel recipe that we used to enjoy in Germany at the request of my DGS and hoping this will fit the bill- sure looks like it. I've found several other recipes with this title but this is a little differant. As an update: Finally got around to making this and have to admit to them not coming out real pretty (just look at my photo) just didn't have the knack for twisting them and had trouble getting them into and out of the hot water, but the taste was really good. Maybe with practice they might look better!!!

    Recipe #481613

    Recieved this from King Auther Flour and love the idea of yeast waffles. Here's what they had to say about it: This classic yeasted waffle recipe produces waffles that are wonderfully crisp outside, and creamy-smooth and moist inside. Even when cooling, they retain their wonderful texture. You can choose to prepare the batter for these waffles and cook it after an hour, but we prefer to let the batter rest overnight in the fridge, where it develops some real depth of flavor, yeasty and rich. Some aren't fond of this "yeasty/fermented" flavor; if you think you might fall into this camp, add 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder to the recipe (in addition to the yeast), and cook after just a 30-minute rest; don't refrigerate overnight Prep time does not include resting

    Recipe #448538

    Saw this in a Woman's World Magazine and had to buy it just to get the recipe it looks so fun, simple too I can't wait to try it. What a great way to start that special birthday off right!

    Recipe #482183

    Found in Martha Stewart Living Magazine and a nice recipe to go with Black Rice. She states the garlic roasted until meltingly soft lends a creamy texture to this salads vinaigrette

    Recipe #519077

    Found this recipe on the back of a box of blue cheese and decided to try it. It's a nice blend of flavors and really sets off the asparagus and simple to make. Love that the asparagus is not over cooked and so fresh tasting;I guessed at the size can of mandarin oranges as don't have it handy. I used a small can as didn't want it to sweet - but there's a larger one if you prefer. I did add a teaspoon of balsamic vinager to mine for a little bit of bite, but since the original recipe did not call for it I left it out. Hope you like it.

    Recipe #434690

    Found this recipe in Cook's Illustrated Holiday Baking Book and I LOVE spicy gingerbread so this is going to be the center piece of my Holiday table. It states that Stout beer and hefty dose of spices, including black pepper, invest this cake with a complex, robust flavor. 4 teaspoons of fresh grated ginger adds an unmistakable element that dried spices can't muster. As for the glaze, ginger-ale lends a robust flavor but an equal amount of orange or lemon juice can be substitued for it.

    Recipe #441806

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