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    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

    Found this recipe in Taste of Home Holiday Edition and the picture looks so pretty I want to save the recipe. Sounds pretty simple too so think they will be a nice to add to any dinner and nice enough for company. Prep time does not include rising time

    Recipe #331188

    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

    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

    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

    A TOH recipe that I got in an email. Described as light and refreshing dessert that's creamy and pretty with the tart raspberry sauce, no one will ever guess that it's fat-free. I've been trying to eat healthier so this seems to fit the bill. Finally got around to making this for family and it was enjoyed by all. Not terribly sweet but the raspberry sauce really set it off - pretty easy also. If you decide to try it hope you'll like it as much as we did.

    Recipe #361718

    Posting this recipe for ZWT 2012. Found it on the Portugal website and sounds fresh and easy - a nice side with just about anything. States it's a vegatarian dish.

    Recipe #483256

    Here's another found recipe that I haven't tried but sounds great and I want to save. I love a good skirt steak and add the bourbon and spices and how can you go wrong. I'll be making this soon to see if it's as good as it sounds. Would be good with baked beans. Finally made this and LOVED it. I made two small changes - added a teaspoon of liquid smoke to increase that smokey flavor and a teaspoon of fresh, grated garlic as we love it. It was so easy and sooooo good. Try this and I don't think you'll be disappointed.

    Recipe #270880

    Found this in a holiday issue of "Taste of Home". It looked easy so gave it a try. The whole family including those picky DGSs enjoyed so thought I'd post it here to save and maybe others will enjoy.

    Recipe #264368

    Found in Taste of Home, these sound great for a cold weather meal, maybe with soup, chili or stews. Made these to go with clam chowder and made a nice match - but after making them agree they need a 1/2 tsp. of salt and I think I'd personally (I love pepper) increase the pepper to about 3/4 tsp.

    Recipe #275897

    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

    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

    This is a recipe my daughter got from her MIL and always gets rave reviews. Haven't tried it myself as a little worried about the cooking process, but sure want to try it so will save her until I can give it a try.

    Recipe #271017

    Found this in one of those little grocery store magazines and it looks so yummy I want to save it here to try when those warm, lazy summer days arrive. The magazine states "A batido is a popular Latin American drink made with water, milk, fruit and ice. It is similar in testure to a smoothie and literally means "beaten" in Portuguese" Sound good to me. Update: After seeing Loof's wonderful picture I finally got around to making this myself and so glad I did. Love that tropical flavor.

    Recipe #302217

    A Taste of Home Recipe, this sounds like a nice special-occasion breakfast or brunch. Not to hard but warm and hearty and serves plenty but should be easy to cut back on size.

    Recipe #278501

    Bought a new Dutch Oven and this recipe from Emeril Lagasse (sp?) came with it. Gave it a try and it was pretty simple and DH loved it. It looked pretty impressive too. Served it with steamed white rice. I'm guessing at the serving size as it only states 3 quarts. Edited to include shrimp and amount (how could I forget something that important) thanks Grease for bringing it to my attention. Also for the Essence I used recipe#14372.

    Recipe #373978

    I've gone through all the flourless cake recipes to try to find this one but it's just enough different that I felt I needed to post it separate. I received this in the mail from King Arthur's and couldn't wait to make it. It's simple, only a few ingredients and the results are a chewy, chocolaty delight. Very rich, sweet and more like a brownie and a little goes a long way. It looks elegant and a great desert for company and has the added benefit of tasting even better the next day. Using the microwave makes this go together quick and easy. I've just guessed at the serving size as it's so rich you can only eat very small slices at a time. So for chocolate lovers everywhere, here's to us!!

    Recipe #369131

    Found this recipe in Women's Day Special Holiday Magazine and love the thought of these meatballs for our holiday appy table. This is another similer recipes but this is enough differant I wanted to post it. The description says these play on the sweet-tart flavor of cranberry against vibrant chili sauce. And talk about easy, use frozne meatballs and let the slow-cooker do the work

    Recipe #395405

    Found this in Kraft Foods Magazine and sounds easy great for when companies coming. Once I pick up all the ingredients I plan on making it as a dip that's just a little different. Also suggested a substitute of 1 8oz package of chopped crabmeat for the shrimp. Will serve with crackers. Edited to change amount of shrimp to 3/4 pound based on flowers post. Thanks flower for the information.

    Recipe #296992

    Found this recipe on King Arthur Flour site and I've recently been enjoying flatreads and this one looks good. King Arthur describes it this way: "Using a basic ratio of five pantry staples, you can have fresh, hot bread on the table in less than 30 minutes AND no need to turn on the oven. Add and change ingredients to your taste, and you'll have an endless array of tasty flatbreads to accompany any meal."

    Recipe #487508

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