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    Recipe #485251

    From cooks.com posted for ZWT8 Guessing on prep and cooking times!!

    Recipe #484930

    A popular Indian recipe. Posted for ZWT8 Guessing on the times!

    Recipe #484928

    Baguettes are particularly crusty and light because they are cooked at extremely high temperatures and are vaporized. Even though domestic ovens can't go as high a real French bakery ovens, you can still make an excellent baguette, by remembering to put a bowl of water in the oven. And, of course by baking at a very high temperature.?

    Recipe #483679

    Common variations include adding dijon mustard, or brushing melted butter on the outside before cooking. Sometimes grated cheese is sprinkled on the top as well. In truth there are as many variations as there are cooks. Submitted for ZWT 8.

    Recipe #483677

    Lime oil has a bit of natural sweetness in it; that’s why a teaspoon of fresh lime zest is used in this sorbet recipe. Try this for a light dessert or palate cleanser between courses.

    Recipe #483643

    For a taste of summer, no matter what the season, make this blackberry sorbet recipe. It uses a bit less sugar than most other versions, so the resultant flavor is one of pure, fresh-picked blackberries. Cook's note: A tablespoon of vodka is added to the sorbet to produce an airy quality in the finished product. It can be omitted, but the sorbet will have a harder, more chunky texture as a result. From Easy French Cooking

    Recipe #483642

    From Bitsy's kitchen. Guesstimate on the time.

    Recipe #483638

    French Jam from French cooking.com

    Recipe #483637

    I came up with this tonight while trying to do something new. Not bad. I used 24 cookies, and I think they could have used more.

    Recipe #436522

    This apple crisp was brought to our house for dessert by a dear friend named Carla. I had always had an aversion to cooked apples, but I wanted to be polite so I tried it. This has been one of my favorite desserts since then. I was sooo bummed out because it got lost in the move to South Africa. I had lost contact with Carla as well. Then 2 weeks ago, 3 1/2 years later, I FOUND IT! In that one box that was full of "junk" that was so important to bring with us, but not important enough to go through for 3 + years! So here it is:

    Recipe #431679

    A suzanne Somers recipe for Somersizing. I have made this several times. It is good even if you aren't dieting!

    Recipe #427827

    Posted for ZWT6. This is a Danish recipe. Guessing on the serving size!

    Recipe #426641

    I couldn't find a recipe for British shortbread surprisingly enough. Posted for ZWT6. I am totally guessing on the servings!

    Recipe #425506

    This is a bit more involved than the other Eton mess recipes that I found on Zaar. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #425505

    This is a Scottish recipe. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #425504

    A Sottish recipe that is a bit different than the others. Posted for ZWT6. I am guessing on the servings.

    Recipe #425503

    If you are a stew lover, this is the one for you! A rich deep blend of flavors. Lamb slowly cooked with potatoes and garnished with parsely/cilantro. A dish sure to fill your eyes and stomach. Posted for ZWT6. A Syrian recipe  

    Recipe #425502

    A recipe from Cyprus. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #425397

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