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    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

    Here's a low-fat dessert that captures the flavors of the season. The homemade custard comes together in minutes, but seems like you fussed. Looks perfect for this warm summer weather when all the berries are fresh. Recieved this from a Taste of Home email. Prep time does not include chilling

    Recipe #433614

    Got this online from King Arthur Flour and described as: Stir up the batter for this easy yeast bread, scoop it into a 9" x 13" pan, and bake up a moist, golden flatbread, studded with melting cheese and chopped garlic. Serve it fresh; or let it rest overnight, then cut into strips and crisp in the oven, to make delightfully crunchy appetizer bread sticks. Prep time does not include rising

    Recipe #432893

    Saw this on the Food Network with Sandra Lee and it looks so thick and yummy I had to save it until I can go shopping for the ingredents. The vodka or a liqueur like coffee flavored or hazelnut can be added to make it an indulgent adult version and serve in a martini glass. Not for someone on a diet, but a lovely occassional indulgent.

    Recipe #430790

    Got this from an email from King Arthur Flour and oh my it sounds good - just listen: This "Creamsicle®" cheesecake features vanilla extract plus Fiori di Sicilia and orange zest, giving it wonderfully bright flavor. It's perfect topped with summer fruit. It recommends 1/4 teaspoon of Fiore di Sicilia in the recipe but Zaar does not recognize and also lemon can used instead of oranges if desired and well as changing the topping to blueberry or even fresh fruit. I got my Fiore di Sicilia from King Arthur but if you choose to make plain vanilla cheesecake, omit the Fiori di Sicilia, and increase the vanilla extract to 1 tablespoon

    Recipe #430770

    Got this on line from Tast of Home and it looks so rich and creamy yet refreshing. I think this would be great to make in early summer when rhubarb is readily available. There are several other recipes called this here also from Taste of Home but this is a little differant. I think I'll add a few drops of red food coloring to make it a little brighter and then use additinal slices of fresh strawberries to garnish the tops. I may even prefer to puree the rhubarb to get a really creamy texture. Prep time does not include chilling time

    Recipe #426746

    This light-textured yeast bread, topped with cinnamon-y apples, is a delicious snack or breakfast bread. To save time, bake it the day before, then tent lightly with foil and reheat in a preheated 350°F oven for about 10 minutes, just before serving. Individual slices are just fine reheated briefly in the microwave, too. Recieved this recipe from King Arthur Flour on the internet and it's a good way to use up some of that extra sourdough starter. After making this I realized the directions can be confusing. The "Filling" is actually a TOPPING, and the TOPPING is actually just a syrup poured over the top so I'm changing that and hoping it makes more sense but be sure and read the directions all the way. Still yummy for breakfast but makes a lot. One mistake I think I did (though the taste is still good) is not spread the dough thin enough so it rose higher than I wanted. I've frozen over half into one person servings and hoping to pull out on busy days for DH and my breakfast on the run.

    Recipe #424972

    This pretty citrus dessert is refreshing, simple to make and elegant-looking. Nice for both after a meal and with tea in the afternoon or evening. Recieved it in an email from Taste of Home and as I love meringue AND grapefruit now I'm going to like it once I get a chance to try it out. Finally got around to trying this and it was a hit and very pretty too. I did choose to add some of the grapfruit sections into the filling and tht worked out well.

    Recipe #424485

    This is a bit different from the others sounds good and this has always been one of our favorite soups in Thailand. Fragrant, spicy and absolutely delicious Thai chicken soup. I've eaten a bit of Thai, and I think this comes very close. Add noodles if you like with the fresh coriander Posted for ZWT 2010 - Thanks Tea Jenny for the help while I can't get on the internet.

    Recipe #424480

    This Moroccan Orange Cake Recipe is quick and easy to make, and delicious without frosting. One very large orange, or two medium oranges, should yield the half cup of fresh orange juice used in the recipe. Just for fun, I've listed the traditional measures used in Morocco which had to go in the directions since Zaar wouldn't accept "tea glasses". You might want to follow that method if you're baking with kids. Please note that tea glasses usually hold 4 to 6 ounces of liquid. I guessed at the serving size. Posted for ZAAR World Tour 2010 and thanks to my good friend Carrol for finding it for me. As an update finally had time to make this, specially after reading all the nice reivews. I did follow a reviewers report and reduced the sugar to 1 cup to cut back a little. Baked in a loaf pan as that's all I had. Then added a glaze that I made with fresh oj instead of milk and everyone loved it. Came out moist, sweet and simalar texture to a pound cake. It was enjoyed by all and hope you enjoy it too.

    Recipe #424183

    Chocolate pizzelle � a delicious variation on the usual almond, anise, and rum-flavored cookies. Snapping crisp yet tender, pizzelle are a must-have at any Italian celebration. Got this in an email from King Arthur Flour and sounds great. It'll be awhile before I can make it do to finding ingrediants here in Beijing - but want to save it until I can get back home. I hope you give it a try and enjoy. UPDATE: Finally had the chance to make these and they were so easy and really good - next time I think I'll make the 2-tone (as in step #5) ones with a rum flavor and see how that goes.

    Recipe #418015

    Coconut lovers rejoice! This moist, chewy cookie combines coconut dough with flaked or shredded coconut and chocolate chunks, for an irresistible grown-up take on a chocolate chip cookie. I got this recipe from an email from King Arthur Flour and as I love all of their recipes, and specially love coconut and chocolate - this has got to be a winner. UPDATE: Finally made these and so glad I did - they don't flatten out and turn hard like so many of my cookies and the taste is very rich so one goes a long way. I think next time I'll add walnuts to make it even better.

    Recipe #417341

    This recipe is in my newest Good Housekeeping magazine and looks so pretty. I've recently tried several meringue recipes (Pavlova) and really enjoy making them, I love the taste and the impressive presentation. So with summer berries to soon be in season I really want to save this one to try. Bet the grapefruit will add a unique taste. Prep times does not include drying time for the nests

    Recipe #415581

    Got this recipe from King Arthur Flour and looks so good, like those twinkies from when I was a kid. Described as soft, springy and full of rich creamy white filling that will bring you right back to Saturday morning cartoons and school lunch boxes - without the chemical additives. These cakes won't last through a nuclear winter like the urban legend says, but are so good they will disappear in a twink of an eye. While I've ordered the special pan (called a canoe pan) to make them; at the bottom of the directions are tips to make them as cupcakes or for that really special treat as a Banana Split Snack. Finally made these and they went together easy and were a big hit at my DGS's birthday party.

    Recipe #414937

    This just arrived in my Food Network Magazine and looks fast, simple and tasty. Serve with a fresh salad and crusty bread - YUM.

    Recipe #412866

    Just found this in my new Food Network Magazine and it looks so good. We love shrimp, rice noodles and salads and putting them all together has got to be a winning combo. Just a reminder to be careful, Sriracha (which can be found in Asian markets) can be hot so unless you like that, it might be wise to start with less, maybe even 1/2 tsp and taste test before adding more. After making this as a light dinner on a hot garden working day I think I'd add some grated ginger to it for a little bite next time.

    Recipe #412730

    This is a King Arthur cookie recipe described as dense, brownie-like drop cookies with pools of melting chocolate inside when hot from the oven. When Cooled the chocolate pools soldify into nuggets. Sounds soooo good.

    Recipe #410693

    Found this in Taste of Home and it looks so pretty and it states this is a great way to serve yams to those who think they don't like them. This can be made ahead and simple reheated before serving. The picture looks so elegant but doesn't sound to hard. As an update, finally got around to making these and loved the flavors however, as you can see in my picture I think I made the potatoes a little to thin so they didn't hold the shape I was hoping for. As a recommendation - watch the consistancy, or make sure you use a tip small enough to get the shape you want.

    Recipe #410375

    My Mom used to make a warm dressing that I loved, but has forgotten the recipe, I've been looking for something close to it and found this in Taste of Home magazine and it sounds like it comes close. Described as a tangy-sweet dressing perfect for large gatherings. Recommends keeping it warm in a slow cooker prior to serving. Good over spinach, just a little gives a lot of flavor. They even say it would be good mixed in with mashed potatoes but I'm not to sure of that. This is just the recipe for the dressing, pour over prepared spinach salad and sprinkle top with cooked and crumbled bacon. Serving is a guess as it depends on the amount you use.

    Recipe #410372

    I LOVE trying differant flavor bread and rolls so when I found this in Taste of Home knew I had to try it. Tender chewy rolls with pizza sauce and basil for extra excitement. Prep time does not include rising.

    Recipe #410289

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