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    Posted for ZWT6. Great way to use up puff pastry! Very basic, but can be jazzed up. See end of instructions for ideas. Note: Amounts of ingredients and therefore servings will vary depending on how much puff pastry you have, so entered 4 for Zaar purposes.

    Recipe #424713

    Posted for ZWT6. An easier version of Dutch Pigs in a Blanket than the other one I posted (Recipe #424114). Adapted from Olive Navis in Cedar Grove, WI. Prep time does not include letting bread dough sit in fridge overnight and then standing at room temp for a while.

    Recipe #424707

    Posted for ZWT6. Looks really yummy, sort of like a Dutch version of Shepherd's Pie. Adapted from courtesy of Brigit.

    Recipe #424696

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from Servings and prep time are an estimate.

    Recipe #424689

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from *NOTE* The amount of salt used was not listed, so if you try this, please let me know what amount you used :) Prep time includes rising time. These buns a Dutch tradition the Saturday before Pentecost (from (Luilak these days is a very localized custom - Amsterdam and surroundings - on the Saturday morning before Pentecost. Children and teens rise very early to play pranks on those considered to be ‘lazybones,’ by ringing their doorbell and then run away. Before ringing the bell they tie the doorknob to another fixed object, and make all kinds of noises to awake people. In earlier times they would chant and parade noisily through the streets, bang on pots and pans, use rattles and sticks. The person in the family who slept in the longest that Saturday morning, by tradition was expected to treat with these buns).

    Recipe #424686

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from

    Recipe #424680

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from

    Recipe #424677

    Posted for ZWT6. I grew up in a very Dutch community in Iowa and had these all the time growing up....yummy! Prep time is an estimate. Note: These can be made ahead of time; refrigerate or freeze and reheat before serving.

    Recipe #424114

    I grew up in a very Dutch community in Iowa. This is from a community cookbook from my hometown. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #424100

    I grew up in a very Dutch community in Iowa. This is from one of my hometown's community cookbooks. This one is a little bit different from the Dutch apple pies already posted because it has cheddar cheese melted on the top and uses cream instead of butter. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #424092

    I grew up in a very Dutch community in Iowa. This is from one of my hometown's community cookbooks. Looks similar to rice pudding. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #424088

    I grew up in a very Dutch community in Iowa. This is from one of my hometown's community cookbooks. Posted for ZWT6. Servings are an estimate.

    Recipe #424087

    Posted for ZWT6. These cookies are traditionally part of the Sinterklaas celebration in Holland, which is a December 5 feast where St. Nicholas hands out treats and gifts to children. St. Nicholas was the original inspiration for today's Santa Claus. Note: These cookies are very hard for about a week after baking and will be difficult to bite into without first dunking into a beverage. They will soften with time. Yield is an estimate. Prep time does not include letting cookies sit overnight before baking.

    Recipe #424086

    A recipe from one of those small community cookbooks that we have modified for our tastes by cutting the amount of meat in half and adding extra veggies! Like any stir-fry, this one is very versatile and you could use almost any veggies that you like. We have also added baby corn and red bell pepper before. *Updated: The review by LARavenscroft reminded me that we usually do 1.5 times or double the amount of sauce, depending on the amount of veggies we are using, so please update accordingly if you feel it needs more sauce.

    Recipe #423996

    Now that the weather is getting warmer, I find myself looking forward to pasta salads and melon. Why not combine the two? One of my favorite pasta salads from BHG "Fresh and Simple Pasta Pronto". Swiss cheese can be substituted for the fontina.

    Recipe #421995

    This is my own creation after buying some white Stilton with blueberries on impulse and having no idea what to do with it! We've also tried this with white Stilton with mangoes, apricots or cranberries, all wonderful! This is more of an idea than a recipe, so feel free to substitute nuts, fruits and dressing to taste. I've also used strawberries and almonds with this. *Note: White Stilton is different from regular Stilton, it is not a blue cheese at all because it has not gone through the process that causes the blue veining that gives blue cheese its distinctive taste. I would describe it as kind of like feta but a little sweeter, especially with the addition of the fruit.

    Recipe #421345

    This yummy salad dressing recipe came with some gourmet salad dressing jars that I got for Christmas. I love the complex blending of sweet, spicy, and vinegar flavors. I would recommend refrigerating at least overnight before enjoying so that the flavors have time to blend.

    Recipe #418016

    Gnocchi with prosciutto and Gruyere in a leek and shiitake sauce, yum! Note: Gnocchi can be store bought or homemade with your favorite recipe. If homemade, I would recommend adding 1/2 tsp pepper and 1/8 tsp ground ginger to the dough for extra flavor.

    Recipe #412364

    Quick lunch or light weeknight meal. Prep time does not include marinating the chicken.

    Recipe #412363

    Since we live in Colorado, I am always on the lookout for high-altitude bread recipes. Much easier than worrying about conversions or hoping that a recipe designed for sea-level will turn out! This one turns out great every time! You can also add about 1/2 c of chopped nuts, dried fruit, and/or chocolate chips.

    Recipe #411045

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