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    16 Reviews |  By winkki

    Peaches and yogurt that look like eggs sunny-side up! My 10 yr old saw this idea on a children's TV show and used to surprise her younger sisters; it was a big hit. It would be a great afterschool snack or quick breakfast for slumber parties.

    Recipe #144778

    Posted by request; this is from an old arts and crafts recipe book. I've used it for making cardboard and cloth/paper book projects with the kids, though I haven't tried to repair actual books with it so can't vouch for that. According to the recipe, it is excellent for binding leather to leather and is a flexible glue for paper or gluing cloth to cardboard, etc. This makes about 1/3 cup; you can double it for larger projects.

    Recipe #101292

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    Why settle for just plain whipped cream on your dessert? Personalize it to complement the dish...the possibilities are nearly endless. How about orange or peppermint whipped cream on a chocolate dessert, cinnamon whipped cream on apple pie...let your imagination go!

    Recipe #88330

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    A cool fruity drink, great for hot summer days (and nights!) Found online.

    Recipe #96036

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    A unique name for a fruity brunch libation from Marjorie Druker, chef at Boston's New England Soup Factory. :o)

    Recipe #95665

    You don't have to use a snowcone machine or lots of sugary syrup to get a cool treat for the kids! Try this on a hot day with their favorite juice. Servings will vary by how much ice you use per cup and how much juice you pour over the ice. If you want a stronger fruit flavor, just use less water (or more juice). My amounts are approximate; feel free to vary the ratios to personalize it to your own taste. :o) Great take-along for picnics, too...just keep the crushed ice in a cooler and mix up the snowcones as you need them.

    Recipe #93798

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    An interesting twist on the usual basil pesto, originally from "The Lighter Side of Italy" cookbook. If using dried thyme, refrigerate pesto overnight to let the flavors blend more thoroughly.

    Recipe #88522

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    A specialty recipe found online from the Window on the Winds Bed and Breakfast Inn in Pinedale, Wyoming. Rather than hazelnuts I tend to use cashews, almonds, or sunflower seeds, whatever I have on hand, or just more dried fruit (dried apricots, cranberries, dates, etc). Serve with yogurt and fresh fruit for a healthy breakfast or snack. Total servings will vary by your preferred muesli/yogurt ratio per bowl.

    Recipe #94876

    26 Reviews |  By winkki

    A fun way to liven up that ever-present kids' food. Great for bad weather days, cranky kids (or moms!), birthday parties, or just because. My daughters think I'm really cool when I make these for them. :o)

    Recipe #78834

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    A copycat recipe of the sauteed Chardonnay mushrooms at Applebee's. A quick add-on that is wonderful over steak. Found online.

    Recipe #96410

    Yet another variation on no-bake 'bark,' this one masquerading as health food, lol. To personalize it even more, make your own granola ahead of time with your favorite goodies. Originally suggested in a Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #88331

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    A great way to use up those holiday leftovers for a colorful hors'douvre or bite size snack that can be warmed in the oven if you wish. The mini phyllo shells can usually be found in the frozen section near the pies and such. Use the suggestions here or be creative and sub the filling with what you have on hand (spinach & Greek cheeses or artichoke dip or chicken salad...mmm!). :o) Suggestion found online.

    Recipe #104600

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    Chocolate and orange, my favorite combination! Originally from Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #88327

    This is a great 'shower' cake...baby showers, bridal showers, etc. It has kind of a pina colada taste, especially if you add coconut on top...fresh and fruity, very good in spring & summer. I usually use it over a yellow cake, but have also used white...would probably be good on a coconut cake, too. Be creative! :o)

    Recipe #78605

    2 Reviews |  By winkki

    Another goodie from my gourmet aunt! Sooo good on a hot summer night, Valentine's dinner, or brunch. Prep time does not include chilling syrup or using ice-cream maker, as that varies.

    Recipe #78610

    20 Reviews |  By winkki

    From a kids' cookbook and the house specialty of our 9 yr old daughter, this is an oven-baked variation on eggs cooked in the middle of toast. We like it because it's easy enough that the girls can do it on their own (no spattering grease in a frying pan) and because we can do up to a dozen at a time for sleep-overs and such (6 slices fit on an average cookie sheet). The girls have fun picking out which cookie cutters to use for their toast, especially when they can match them to a holiday/season (trees, stars, & angels in the winter, bunnies and flowers in the spring, etc). Bake the cutouts alongside for fun little munchie toast shapes. Don't use very large eggs, though, or they will overrun the toast!

    Recipe #148399

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    An adopted recipe whose original intro read: "It gives an especially crisp crust to fried fish fillets, squid, shrimp, eggplant and veal cutlets. You may as well make a lot because it keeps well in the freezer, and it's hard to grind less than 1 cup of rice in a blender. If you have a spice/coffee mill, you can halve the recipe. And you can grind the rice in small batches. Or to use as a thickener for gravies, soups, and stews." Originally posted by Mean Chef.

    Recipe #82595

    9 Reviews |  By winkki

    My 7 yr old came home from a friend's house raving about dinner and saying I *had* to call and get the recipe. I was surprised when she said it was fish, as she is not the biggest fan. When I asked if she knew what kind of fish it was, she nodded enthusiastically and said it was 'caught fish.' I made a phone call to check it out...here for you is my friend's recipe for super easy 'cod fish.' ;o) BTW, she said bags of frozen cod fillets were readily available at the local Sam's warehouse but had been hard to find at the groceries.

    Recipe #78551

    An untested recipe from the back of some store-brand tri-colored rotini. The use of 'cooked fajita strips' is their attempt to sell another precooked convenience food from their line, but you could just as easily use left-over fajita strips. It's listed as a dinner, but would probably work well as side/salad, especially for football parties and such. :o)

    Recipe #79734

    An adopted recipe. I do not know who originally posted this, but they wrote: "Almost any type of flat bread will work for this great easy appetizer. Think Lavash or any large, crisp cracker. Avoid highly seasoned ones like onion and garlic."

    Recipe #147666

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