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    This is a very tasty bread that is easy to make.Spelt has a nice nutty flavor. I added about 3 tablespoons of sunflower seeds & 2 tablespoons flax seeds to this recipe the results was very, very good, other grains could be added.

    Recipe #280382

    This recipe comes courtesy Chef Scott Peacock another okra dish made on the today show for Giada De Laurentiis. Giada had never tasted okra before the show.

    Recipe #248388

    We love Swiss chard. I have been making white swiss chard like this for years. My Daughter-in-laws Italian Mother use to make her swiss chard like this, that is how I came by this recipe. The white broad stem swiss chard works best.

    Recipe #233232

    A Chayote dish to add variety to your meal. Note:When I made this I also added some garlic powder along with the salt & pepper. I used mexican blend cheese for the cheese, It was delicious. When boiling the chayote be sure to cook it until really tender so that is is easy to scoop out of the shell. Note: I have found that most of the time the Chayote takes longer to cook than 15 minutes because of size or age.

    Recipe #223968

    Diane wanted the taste of carmel apples so she added the glaze to a recipe that she had made before. This is a great tasting, moist cake. Serve with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of your favorite vanilla ice cream. The recipe comes from Diane Nemitz & Hometown recipes. Note: Nut lovers can add 1 cup of chopped walnuts or pecans to the cake batter.

    Recipe #185528

    I got this cake recipe from my grand-daughter Amy. It is very moist and damn good with a cup of coffee. Note: I reduce oil to 1/4 cup and increase apple sauce to 3/4 cup. You can also use Splenda for Baking (use 3/4 splenda for baking, instead of the 1 1/2 cups sugar).

    Recipe #169814

    This is a good recipe serving 2 people, but can be increased to serve more.The recipe comes from Ortega, but I found it in a local newspaper.

    Recipe #167400

    This is a DELICIOUS, tasty, easy to make recipe for salmon. The sauce really makes the recipe. I seen it made on the local TV station and I made it the next day. The recipe comes courtesy Debra Stice & The Broiler Steakhouse. Note: The recipe calls for 1/2 cup regular brown sugar,I used 1/4 cup brown sugar Splenda also 1/4 cup butter(instead of 1/2 cup), with GREAT results.

    Recipe #158399

    These are very tasty fried apples, low in sugar and fat. Great as a dessert served with sugar-free ice cream. Also good served as a side with pork. Use any apple, I like to use fuji or golden delicious.

    Recipe #157548

    Oven roasting softens Sunchokes and addd a caramelized flavor that is enhanced by the rosemary, green onions and tomatoes.

    Recipe #152047

    This recipe comes courtesy of a 86 year old lady that has been cooking since she was 9 years old. The recipe has been in her family for many years. The ground pecans gives it a texture of cornbread, but there isn't any cornmeal in it. This cake is perfect for potlucks or to pack in lunchboxes.

    Recipe #151687

    Jerusalem artichokes also known as Sunchokes, are awkward-looking tubers even bumpier than fresh ginger. The flavor is much like a regular artichoke, though they are not related they are sweeter and a little starchier. They taste a little smokey and retain a crispness when cooked, if not overcooked. They cook very quickly, so be careful not to turn them to mush. The recipe calls for peeling them, though I just scrub them as the tender brown skin is edible. They make a good appetizer, are good raw in salads. NOTE; Since I posted and made this recipe "Uncle Bill" Bill Anatooskin has also made the recipe. He made it for a group of about 20 people,He said they DEVOURED every morsel and looked for more. Many had never eaten Jerusalem Artichokes. He e-mailed me the changes that he made, I made some changes to when making the recipe. So I combined the changes. We hope that you enjoy the artichokes.

    Recipe #151679

    A good southwestern meatlesss entree with decreased amount of cheese and increased herbs.

    Recipe #150619

    This tangy entree is prefect for weeekday dinners and weekend entertaining. The sweet basting sauce is made while salmon starts baking in the oven.

    Recipe #150614

    Snipped Dill breathes new life into red potatoes in this easy side dish. Zero cholesterol and only a few grams of fat make it a heart-smart dinner accompaniment for everyday meals.

    Recipe #150613

    I have been making these pickles for a long time they are a farorite of family & friends.

    Recipe #149790

    These are yummy, The biscotti has a sweet, slightly nutty flavor of Marsala wine, which is an ideal dessert wine. Great with a cup of coffee or a glass of your favorite wine. Try these biscotti as a great summertime companion to a plate of fresh fruit. The recipe come from one of my favorite cookie cookbooks.

    Recipe #148055

    Easy to make chocolate cookies with cocoa & mini chocolate chips. The recipe makes 4 1/2 dozen cookies. Baking time is 16 minutes per batch. The recipe courtesy ivillage.com.

    Recipe #146229

    A simple to make yummy cookie.I found the recipe in the Good Housekeeping magazine Christmas cookies section December 2005. Note: I think that these cookies would also be good using chocolate graham crackers or drizzling melted chocolate over the tops of cookies.

    Recipe #145623

    This cake is very easy to make. Looked delicious when I seen it made on TV everyone that tasted it said it was moist and yummy. The recipe comes courtsy KCRA TV and Apple Hill.

    Recipe #144495

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