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    This recipe is one of Melissa d'Arabian's holiday recipes. I made it for my Christmas dinner and it was excellent. I do think that I will use another kind of roast next time, as the bottom of the round roast was rather tough. (A rump roast might be nice.) I added 1 lb. button mushrooms to the sauce, and doubled the wine. I also made my gravy with flour and water and thickened it with much more flour than what it called for (more like 1/2 cup. flour and 1/2-3/4 cup water... I just eyeballed it and didn't measure). It was very much enjoyed!

    Recipe #444507

    Try this one out for size this holiday season, or anytime really. My oh my, what a delicious dessert this is! I love mine with French Vanilla ice cream on top!

    Recipe #444308

    These little Pot Pie Bundles are easy to prepare and delicious too... This is a kid friendly recipe, that the whole family will enjoy!

    Recipe #438760

    If you love cabbage then you will enjoy this!

    Recipe #413541

    This Indian Pudding is adapted from An Olde Concord Christmas, a book from the Concord Museum in Concord Massachusetts. It's often made around Thanksgiving and Christmas here in New England, but I say it's good anytime!

    Recipe #388066

    These cookies are by far "The Best" Sugar Cookies I have ever had, and the amazing flavor is in the secret ingredient :) I guarantee if you do make them, you will never use another recipe. Try them and see for yourself! They are delicious plain or decorated with frosting, or glaze and holiday jimmies or sprinkles or colored sugar granules. You can substitute lemon or lime peel in place of the orange peel if you wish. They are all awesome! You can easily double this recipe to make a larger amount of cookies for the holidays! The amount of cookies really depends on the size of the cutters you use, so it is only a guesstimate. The cooking time is for 2 sheets of cookies.

    Recipe #344383

    This recipe is from my sister. Our family requests them every holiday season, and it wouldn't be Christmas without them! They are a great addition to your cookie trays and cookie tins to give as gifts to the neighbors, co-workers, friends and family. I hope you will try them, as they truly are fantastic! Word of warning::: These go fast, so make plenty!!! To avoid burning my hands from the hot mixture, I pick up the mixture with a piece of saran wrap, then squeeze it together with my hands and form the log, then roll the log in the coconut. Works great!

    Recipe #344338

    Here's a great way to make your own ice cream sandwiches!!! If you can't find the Nabisco Chocolate Wafer Cookies in your store (check near the ice cream toppings, as it seems they are sometimes in an odd place in the store), you can use my recipe for Recipe #329292, to make these yummy treats! The kids and "Big Kids" will be smiling ear to ear while having one of these! Try rolling the finished sandwiches in mini chocolate chips, sprinkles, crushed nuts, M&M's, or your favorite candy bar, then freezing. You can also use these in making an Ice Cream Sandwich Cake for a special treat or Birthday! NOTE: Preparation time does NOT include time to soften the ice cream. Add on at least 1/2 hr. for that to your preparation time. Cooking time is chilling time. Make sure once you make these you let them sit in the freezer for AT LEAST 2 hours before serving, so the ice cream has a chance to harden.

    Recipe #329370

    This recipe is from my favorite celebrity baker, Nick Malgieri! I had the privilege to meet him, and taste his baked goods that he prepared for us, at a baking class in Chapel Hill NC NICKS NOTES: The recipe is deceptively simple—the whole success of these scones lies in not handling the dough too much so that it doesn’t toughen. Mix them with a light hand, and they will be excellent.. He is excellent, and so is his baking! This is a famous Scottish scone recipe, which I have adapted from The Scots Kitchen by F. Marian McNeill (Blackie and Son, 1929-1955). Mrs. Macnab was a farm wife at Ballater, not far from Balmoral, the summer residence of the British royal family. During her lifetime in the late nineteenth century, many of the dignitaries visiting Balmoral, including King Frederick of Prussia, came to tea at Mrs. Macnab’s farmhouse because of the excellence of her scones. Now we can all enjoy them! SERVING: Serve the scones warm from the oven, but not red-hot, with butter or whipped cream and preserves or marmalade. STORAGE: Keep the leftovers in a plastic bag in the refrigerator or freezer and warm them up in the oven or toaster oven before eating. (Leftover scones are not fit for guests, however.) This actually makes 4 cakes of 4 scones each, or 16 individual scones

    Recipe #329085

    I wanted to try my hand at creating an Asian style marinade for salmon. This came out great and I wanted to share it with all of you. I hope you will try it! DELISH! Serve alongside your favorite Asian inspired rice or noodle dish, and my recipe for Recipe #218814, for one meal to remember! We serve it with my son's recipe for Recipe #318992 with some Sweet Soy Sauce drizzled over the top.

    Recipe #319003

    This delicious rice dish, created by my son, goes great with many Asian inspired dishes. I especially like it with my recipe for Recipe #319003. You can cut the recipe in half for 2 people without any problems. I have made this for 2 people and use 1 tsp. chili paste. It is spicy, but not "Real Hot". This rice has lots of flavor! I served with Sweet Soy Sauce Drizzled over the top of the rice as shown in my picture. Preparation time DOES NOT include time to cook rice.

    Recipe #318992

    These cookies are so good, you will wonder where they have been all your life. Well, now they are right here, so try em and see how good they are! Cooking time is per pan of cookies.

    Recipe #309442

    This recipe is one from my friend Jackie. It sure sounds good to me! Prep time is approximate and includes the cooling time of the cake, and the time frosting is in the fridge.

    Recipe #308627

    It doesn't get much better than this! Quick and easy to make, and great when your on the run with the kids, or if things are hectic and you need something for supper last minute. These are enjoyed by young and old, and good any time you are in the mood for something sloppy and delish!

    Recipe #303232

    If you like Kidney Beans, then this is a recipe not to be missed! Rich in flavor and absolutely delicious! Serve with Boston Brown Bread and you have one fabulous meal! I use my 6 qt. crock pot and there is plenty of room. Preparation time does not include soaking beans overnight. The cooking time is approximate, so check your beans periodically.

    Recipe #303131

    My son, Dan, made this recipe for a social I was having with my cooking and recipes group at my house, and everyone loved it... Some said it was the best they had ever had... I had some, and couldn't leave it alone... It really is incredibly delicious! Try it and see for yourself!

    Recipe #286794

    I love the Cheesecake factory, and this is one of my favorite recipes there. There is another recipe here for this, but it is not like the original and different than mine. I use Tony Chachere's Seasoning (green can) when making this dish. The amounts in the parenthesis are what I use in this recipe.

    Recipe #285496

    These aren't a breakfast roll, but rather a DELICIOUS treat, and one that I often enjoyed when I was young. My grandmother always made her own pie crust, and she would always make extra, so we could have these yummy treats. This is great for using the extra dough you have from your homemade pie crusts instead of throwing it away. Today I usually use the 9" pre-made unroll and bake pie crusts, because it's quick and easy. You can sprinkle on finely chopped nuts of your choice before rolling up if you like. Walnuts and pecans are my favorite. This is my idea of a comfort dessert :) They were always made with lots of love in my house. I hope you will enjoy them as much as my family! The serving size here is for 2 pre-made 9" pie crusts.

    Recipe #285374

    My friends mom is Chinese and living in Hong Kong, and she sent my friend this family recipe, at my request, because I couldn't find a good one on the internet, and I asked him if his mom had a special recipe. If you love Lo Mein and want to make an authentic Chinese recipe for it, then this is it! You can find the noodles in your neighborhood Asian Market and maybe in the International section of your local supermarket. If you can't find fresh (chinese) noodles, then use the dry noodles. Rice wine should not be confused with sake, although sake is certainly rice wine. The two are made very differently, and the recipe below is for rice wine NOT Sake. You may substitute Mirin, which is a Japanese sweet cooking wine. You can change this up and make Shrimp, Chicken, or Beef Lo Mein by using either fresh whole shrimp, fresh chicken pieces or beef strips in place of the tenderloin. Cooking time includes marinating time. To poster Chef #868046, I am not sure what you mean when you say this isn't "authentic", because in my eyes it definately is. Furthermore, if you knew green peppers weren't "authentic" then why did you put them in your dish? Also, if you thought this recipe wasn't "authentic", and knew what the ingredients were supposed to be, why did you bother to make my recipe? I would have asked you in an email, but your not accepting mail, and since you just joined yesterday and this was your first review, I am assuming your not really interested in what I have to say anyway :) But I feel better after having said it, and with that said, those that try it, I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!!!

    Recipe #284271

    These tasty treats are loved by all who like chocolate and sweets! Great for the kids and adults alike. Don't forget these luscious morsels on your cookie trays for the holidays!

    Recipe #283484

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