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    This is a recipe I found on Panera Bread's site and it sounds so good, I can't wait to try it. I actually think this is one that DH will enjoy, he won't eat quiche but he loves his sourdough bread!!

    Recipe #493502

    A recipe from Taste of Home magazine which was submitted by Marie Rizzio, which I adapted to make it easier to spread. We love garlic bread and this is a quick and tasty way to get them on the table.

    Recipe #491772

    This is a recipe, untried by me as yet, from a cookbook I received from my swap partner, Lauralie41. It was submitted to "A Taste of Indiana" by Dorothy D. Bisel. Here is what she stated about the recipe: "I collected this recipe many years ago from a friend who secured this recipe from a French chef. This is such a great recipe that I am glad to share it with others." I love waffles and can't wait to try them. I plan to also try making them with lower fat ingredients such as light sour cream (could even use non-fat yogurt) and low fat milk. Note: This doesn't give amount of servings so mine is just a guess right now.

    Recipe #491460

    This is a recipe I just made from Debby Maugans Nakos's "Small-Batch Baking" cookbook, but it is call Presto Pound Cake in it and has variations/options. DH and I are now empty nesters with both kids off at college now and this baking book is perfect for our sweet tooth's. So quick and simple, out of the oven in about 40 mins. total time. I followed the listed ingredients and amounts, just did things a little different when mixing.

    Recipe #487114

    About a week ago I went to lunch at Cantina Laredo's and tried their table side prepared guacamole, which I normally don't eat the guacamole, not a fan, but just loved this one. They start out with lime juice, then add the seasonings and then the diced avocado. Then they give you the option of adding all the remaining ingredients (onions, tomatoes, cilantro and jalapenos). I wasn't the one ordering this, so they added all but the onions and jalapenos. There were several news videos (from different cities) on youtube.com to watch them make it, so I am including a link. This one is not a news station but actually from Cantina Laredo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSte45AvS6g.

    Recipe #487081

    A recipe I found at Taste of Home.com. I have tried a number of oven fried chicken recipes and this one sounds very good, so posting it to try. Here is what is stated in the recipe intro: I’ve fixed this dish many times for company, and I’ve never had anyone fail to ask for the recipe. The leftovers—if there are any—are very good heated up in the microwave.

    Recipe #486967

    A recipe that came in my most recent TOH magazine by Mya Zeronis. Here is what is stated about the dish: Macaroni is baked with smoked Gouda, Swiss, white cheddar, goat cheese and Parmesan and topped with crispy prosciutto – so worth it!

    Recipe #486965

    I bought a container of dates to use (very little) in a ZWT recipe. I now had almost a whole container and no recipe to use them in, so I searched for a date bread recipe that sounded similar to my grandma's bread. I found this on another site, but switched it up to suit my preferences. It makes a wonderfully moist dark date bread. Note: can make this into mini loaves filling them 2/3's full and cooking about 3/4 of the time and/or into muffins, again filling 2/3's full and decreasing the time to about 20 minutes or a toothpick comes out clean.

    Recipe #486677

    I am currently on a Zaar World Tour Team called "The Fearless Red Dragons" and we as a team had to create a drink as part of the Great Britain regional challenges. This is a drink for our team to submit. Hot from the coffee, Bailey's for the region and sweet from the Schnapps and chocolate liqueur. Great for a cold night or if it is hot, make some coffee ice cubes and chill the coffee after brewing and then follow as written.

    Recipe #485536

    This is a recipe from the famous Cuban "Columbia Restuarant" site. There are several restaurants here in the Tampa area and a few other major Florida cities. My DS's girlfriend just loves this restaurant, so I looked online for their recipes and found them on their own site. Serve this along with the "Columbia Salad" recipe I posted, recipe#473755 for a true experience.

    Recipe #483926

    Another recipe I found for Spanish recipes on "About.com" that I am posting for ZWT, so untried by me. Here is what is stated: Pork loin smothered in mushrooms, onions carrots with white wine makes a delicious little tapa. If you are looking for a tasty, yet simple main course, this is perfect.

    Recipe #483331

    A recipe I found on "About.com" while searching for Spanish recipes. Here is what was stated: Orange flan is a variation of the traditional Spanish flan, a vanilla custard topped with caramel sauce. This variation is lighter, but has an intense orange flavor that refreshes the palate as well as satisfying a sweet tooth. It is a simple custard recipe that can be made ahead of time and makes an elegant finish to any dinner or celebration, including Mother’s Day.

    Recipe #483329

    A recipe untried by me but I am posting for ZWT - Spain. I found this recipe on "About.com" and here is what was stated: This potatoes and cheese recipe is from the region Aragon, in northeast Spain. It is easy, and uses ingredients that are probably in your pantry – potatoes, eggs, milk, cheese and bacon. Moist, not runny, this dish has solid consistency – a bit like a layered Spanish potato omelet with bacon. Note: If sheep cheese is unavailable, use another sharp cheese, such as aged Monterey Jack.

    Recipe #483327

    A Spanish recipe I found on "About.com". Here is what is stated: The Spanish love peppers and prepare them in many different ways. This meat stuffed pepper recipe uses ground meat as the stuffing for roasted peppers. They are breaded and fried, then accompanied by a rich-tasting onion sauce.

    Recipe #483326

    A recipe I found on "About.com" for Spanish beverages. Here is what is stated: Most of Spain is hot in the summers, so Spaniards have plenty of ways to keep cool. So, "claras" or lemon beer, (also known as a Shandy) is a popular summertime drink. Luckily, it is easy to make and is very refreshing.

    Recipe #483325

    A recipe I found on "About.com". This is a yummy sounding dessert, can't wait to try it. I am posting it for the Spain leg of ZWT. Here is what is stated: "Leche frita" dessert is truly a Spanish classic dessert recipe. With a firm, sweet, cold milk-pudding center encased in a warm and crunchy fried shell of flour and egg, it's sure to transport you back to Spain. This traditional Spanish dessert is easy, but does require refrigerating for at least 3 hours (and preferably overnight) before frying.

    Recipe #483323

    A Cold, Creamy, Luscious Summer Potato & Leek Soup recipe I found on thenibble.com. This was created by a French Chef and it is traditionally served cold can be served hot for those in their winter months. I have had this soup (cold) and loved it, but this one is untried by me at this time. Posting for the French leg of ZWT with minor changes for my taste and texture.

    Recipe #483269

    A recipe that is from the South West of France and very famous served on top of steaks (or chicken and fish). I found this recipe on Cuisine-France.com but it is untried by me as of now, but I love this sauce. Posting for ZWT.

    Recipe #483219

    This is a recipe I found on Cuisine-France.com that I adapted, to add some cheese, in order to be like a hotel's French restaurant's eggs for brunch that I enjoyed. I am posting this for ZWT France leg of the race. Times weren't stated, so this is a guess, as this is untried by me as of now.

    Recipe #483212

    From the Poitou of France region, Chicken Fricassee, is halfway between saute and stew, chicken is cooked first in butter. A recipe I found on Cuisine-France.com that sounds delicious and I am posting for ZWT France leg of the tour, untried by me as of now.

    Recipe #483206

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