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    From exclusivegenerator. If you want, add a little bit of extract to the mix: vanilla, almond, maple, etc.

    Recipe #388386

    I'm starting to run out of recipe names...Oh No! Not Another Salad Recipe adapted from oceanspray.com.

    Recipe #388037

    (Not even a far distant cousin of Mayonnaise.) Found on a blog somewhere out there in Blogland but I forgot to bookmark it. Always a double take with cardamom whether it be a sweet, or in this case, savory dish: (Cardamom, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways! ...to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach...!) The meatballs can be prepared with all beef or all lamb if you wish, however, a combination of the two meats is preferred. A couple of changes were made to the recipe.

    Recipe #387260

    A Middle Eastern-flavored iced beverage from a local source. Shhh!! You have my blessing to play with the ingredient amounts as you please.

    Recipe #386942

    From thekitchn.com. Newsflash!: Pineapple sage (Salvia elegans 'Golden Delcious') upstages standard sage! The technique used to cook the chicken is from Joy of Cooking.

    Recipe #386936

    From a local source. The original recipe is much more elaborate involving fresh lemongrass and steaming fresh rose petals. I made it easier for myself by substituting rose water and tubed lemongrass puree. Please feel free to adjust the proportions to your liking.

    Recipe #386329

    From bbcgoodfood.com. Fresh orange mint replaces standard mint. I added the orange blossom water.

    Recipe #386323

    From my one stop Turkish recipe site: turkingcookbook.com. I replaced half of the white cannellini beans with kidney beans for added color.

    Recipe #386321

    I'm cooking with lemon verbena and berries as much as I can before the season is over. A simple, basic and light vinaigrette will work: oil (olive, grape seed, walnut, etc.), vinegar (white balsamic, champagne, fruit), salt and cracked black pepper. Use any easy candied nut recipe of your choice. CG Original.

    Recipe #386023

    Close your eyes and imagine this spread on a freshly baked scone... Adapted from oldfashionedliving.com by reducing the lemon juice and increasing the amount of lemon verbena leaves.

    Recipe #385463

    Adapted from dinner.wordpress.com. I replaced blueberries with blackberries that were picked earlier in the day. Package deal: sweet, spicy, tart, salty!

    Recipe #385390

    I put this together quickly today while waiting for my tea to brew. Use your favorite fresh fruit in season. Note: the Recipezaar site was giving me grief by not allowing me to type: 1 rose bloom. You will need 1 rose bloom to complete this recipe. (Why insist on rose flour, not rose flower?!)

    Recipe #385209

    From Slashfood. Use any type of *fresh* (heirloom) tomatoes of various colors and use quality ingredients for best flavor.

    Recipe #385090

    The staff here at CGTD Institute found the inspiration for this recipe from Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland' story. A fun yet simple cooking project designed for the wee tots.

    Recipe #384341

    I replaced standard cucumbers with lemon cucumbers from our garden! Adapted from ichef.com with a nod and hat doff to another site (grouprecipes.com) for the hummus idea. If you dislike mint, try another fresh herb: basil is always an excellent choice, lovage, salad burnet or good ol' parsley. For a more substantial meal, add greens-arugula, baby spinach, loose leaf lettuce; perhaps some finely minced shallots, heirloom toms, ad infinitum...

    Recipe #384276

    From Disney's familyfun.com. Except for the lime juice and cardamom, all ingredients used to make this fruit salad were local! Adding another blueberry recipe to my arsenal! For intense lime flavor, try key limes for extra tangy zip!

    Recipe #383261

    Recently I "procured" a wee bit of fresh angelica to try and found this easy introductory recipe online. This flavored butter is intended to be served with fish; I also tested the butter on French bread and grilled vegetables (corn on the cob, tomatoes, etc.)! Mmm! From sallybernstein.com. Added to your bath water, angelica will "reputedly remove any curses or spells that someone has placed on you". <<<--I'll file *this* information away in a safe spot! ;)

    Recipe #382878

    Another salad recipe from oceanspray.com that I had fun fiddling with the ingredients. This one uses leftover chicken or turkey (roasted, grilled, etc.). Serves two for a main dish entree or four as a side salad. Strawberries by the way are a good substitute for the raspberries.

    Recipe #382594

    From oceanspray.com with a little bit of finetuning and a final pressing. Feel free to substitute your favorite leafy greens in this recipe. The heirloom variety I tried was especially good!

    Recipe #382409

    From The Pooh Cookbook. This won Best Album of the Year 1969! --Tasty-- enjoys the popovers served with scrambled egg and fresh strawberries! Note: agave nectar can be substituted for the honey if serving popovers to children under 2 years old.

    Recipe #382376

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