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    Beloved throughout the Mediterranean region and served with olive oil dressing, hot or cold artichokes and olive oil go together like young married couples! Set the table with heavy wrought-iron candlesticks, maybe a paella, and these lovely artichokes. In the background, some guitar or flamenco music to set the atmosphere! (From an April 1964 magazine clipping from my dear MIL Arline who passed away during last year's ZWT...I miss her so much!)

    Recipe #370557

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    This looked very appealing when he made it on last night's program, so I thought I'd post it here. Looks like Good Eats to me! PREP time includes marinating time--plan ahead, please.

    Recipe #407075

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Great recipe to take in an insulated carrier to potlucks! A nice change from plain apple crisp, and it goes together quickly, too. The original recipe (BHG) called for two fresh mangoes, I used frozen chunks instead (less work!).

    Recipe #213898

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    From Rachael Ray's Sept. '08 "Everyday" magazine, so you know it's savory and simple--all at once. Her recipe called for apricot preserves, but I'm using up MIL's Peach Jam, and we loved it just fine. Also, I used only 2 chicken breast halves (paillard-cut) for four of us and we had leftovers (our chickens are very large!), so adjust the recipe up or down accordingly.

    Recipe #321710

    Another one from the *Living* kitchen & cooks. Remember to bring ALL INGREDIENTS to room temp to ensure success!

    Recipe #229943

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Posting for ZWT 5 as we zip through Spain so might as well make this educational AND entertaining: Coffee was once believed to cure consumption, dropsy, gout, and smallpox; AND--get this!--when mixed with milk--as in this recipe--coffee was believed to be a CAUSE of leprosy! Oh, no! :rofl: I think we've proved through many years of not-so-scientific daily coffee-drinking that this is not true. Enjoy a cup and rest assured, you will not be leaving any body parts behind when you've sipped the last drop! ("Cooking Up World History" by Marden & Barchers)

    Recipe #370545

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Fresh, tart apples from the orchard and some freshly-dug carrots, onions and garlic from the garden will give this stewy-soup a real punch of vitality! We butcher our own chickens, too, so this is VERY fresh!

    Recipe #185850

    Re-created this from the TOH "Country Chicken" cookbook. Robustly flavored, yet elegant enough for a special dinner with guests. Serve with a spinach salad to round out the vitamins!

    Recipe #250950

    Always looking for delicious & interesting ways to serve chicken...here's another one!

    Recipe #263296

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Here's one to add to your bake sale repertoire--and they'll be just enough different [but still the same thing] to get the kids curious, and good enough that they'll sell like "hot cakes!" Save a couple for the home-folks, because you won't be bringing any home when you take these to the potluck or family reunion picnic! I use two bowls (recycle the first one) so I have everything ready to pour and mix--goes much quicker and no wasting time to measure when the stuff is hot! Again, the gals at Taste of Home get all the credit--Aug/Sep '09.

    Recipe #386411

    35 Reviews |  By Debber

    Two bowls and a pan--not much of a mess! Probably want to double the recipe since there will be NO leftovers!! Everyone loves these little crunchers!

    Recipe #263305

    5 Reviews |  By Debber

    After dinner with Mom at Fazoli's, I altered a recipe from Taste of Home's "Country Chicken" cookbook, and this is the amazingly excellent result. Great for dinner parties and delicious for a week-night supper with the family all around the table!

    Recipe #208921

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    A fine -n- fancy meal for the family or friends or holidays, and it doesn't have to cost you an arm-n-a-leg either! Just a bit of patience and attention-to-detail--and you'll be reaping compliments from the other diners!

    Recipe #263519

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Over-ripe bananas lend flavor and moisture to these lovely breakfast muffins while the mini-chocolate chips sprinkled across the top entice the most bleary-eyed slow-poke into fully waking up! Assemble dry ingredients the night before, to speed up the process in the morning. *My dad used to wake my five brothers and me up by hollering up the stairs every morning, "Daylight in the swamp!" OR "The swampsoggins are out!"....we never did see a swampsoggin!!!*

    Recipe #250648

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    If you like pasta, you're going to LOVE this recipe from Everyday With Rachael Ray's magazine (Oct '09). She has a "secret ingredient" that adds an unexpected zest to the ordinary ingredients: anchovies. She notes in her recipe that " even if you think you don't like anchovies, you should try this recipe--it'll change your mind." Further, she points out that "once you heat anchovies, they stop tasting like fish and start tasting more like salted nuts." So: try it, you'll like it! If you must, don't say anything to the diners--and ask them if they like it, before you reveal the "secret ingredient."

    Recipe #393629

    5 Reviews |  By Debber

    Started making these years ago; when oldest daughter was in high school, she'd request these whenever a friend stayed over for the weekend. Serve with Recipe #230378, Recipe #230379, Recipe #208953 or your favorite jam with butter. TIME-SAVING TIP: Line up several zip-top, quart-size bags (I do 10 at a time [10 bags = 10 recipes]), then pour in the dry ingredients, then label and store in a cool, dark spot in the pantry. At meal-time, dump one bag into mixing bowl and proceed. This works for pancakes, cornbread and pizza, too! Easy for the kids to whip a batch together, too!

    Recipe #230397

    From an earlier era, found in a pile of recipes, handwritten in little boy printing! Must've been a good recipe or he surely wouldn't have gone to the trouble of printing it out like that. COOKING TIME is actually COOLING time.

    Recipe #333176

    7 Reviews |  By Debber

    Nothing like going out on a limb with that title, right? :-) Made in the slow-cooker or a bean pot in the oven or in a pot on the stove-top, any way you prepare it---it comes out D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! (Not that I'm biased!)

    Recipe #219826

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Hosted a 4-H Food Project meeting at my home featuring "Fall Produce". Although I had planned to use pumpkins, apples and cranberries for the from-scratch fillings, I figured this is another way to make a pie (from the can). She made a beautiful job of it by putting a lattice top-crust on it, then glazing with an egg wash, and sprinkling with baker's sugar crystals. When it came out of the oven, the kids and I decided this was "Best of Show" -- it was so pretty and perfectly beautiful.

    Recipe #262188

    10 Reviews |  By Debber

    Swim team and 4-H club fund-raisers wouldn't be the same without THESE bars on hand. Cut them B-I-G and let the kids enjoy themselves!

    Recipe #216746

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