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    This recipe is at least 30 years old and I still get requests to make it! This is one of those recipes where children can help since it is mostly stirring. I have altered the original a tad just to add some extra color appeal. Otherwise, it stands true!

    Recipe #302141

    A great recipe my mother developed years ago and one I still use for summer grill-outs; as part of an Antipasto plate; or, as one of a group of hors d'oeuvre. They are marinated mushrooms with a nice tangy flavor. They are best prepared a day or two ahead (though can be prepared 3-4 hours ahead of time - just not as much flavor is absorbed).

    Recipe #302140

    This is a recipe my Mother and I have made for many years - thank goodness for relatives with Pecan trees! The flavor is simple but has a kick with the Tabasco and Cayenne (which is optional for those who want less heat). Put them in a jar and decorate it for giving as a gift. Easy to make; hard to keep on hand!

    Recipe #302009

    Even though this is listed under "Desserts" it is more of a "snack" or "tea" time cake. Goes best with a hot cup of tea or coffee ... a nice cold glass of milk also works well! It is a spice cake meant to be reminiscent of a cup of spiced tea. March 6, 2008 - NOTE: Recipe edited to correct omission of baking temperature (350) and Bundt pan size which should be a Standard 12-cup Bundt pan. Almost every "decorative" Bundt pan (rose, flowers, Fleur de Lis, castle, star, etc.), has a 10-cup (or less!) capacity. If you use a decorative pan, expect excess batter. If you are unsure about your pan size, fill it with water - one cup at a time. Thanks and happy baking!!

    Recipe #282976

    Chef Kookabura found this recipe in response to a request from KrisLady. It is from Gourmet Magazine, September 1999. It sounds incredible and the ratings were good - three and a half forks (four being exceptional). Ginger cream topping tempers the intensity of the rich chocolate. UPDATE May 3, 2008: Sorry I have not updated this since the first time I made it (have made it several times since!). This cake is a wonderful palate teaser. The deep chocolate taste with the Anise and Clove flavors peaking through and then the creamy zip of the Ginger cream ... excellent. I used Scharffen Berger chocolate to get the deep chocolate flavor. I recommend this for an elegant dessert or a very special treat for coffee or tea with friends (when I use it for morning coffee, I make it the day before, refrigerate it, and take it out about two hours before serving time).

    Recipe #278246

    Traditional dessert of Scotland made with oatmeal and can be simple or fancy. The true "traditional" recipe calls for oats, cream, Drambuie or Whiskey. Nothing more. This recipe is a bit less plain and sweeter. Cranachan was originally served at All Hallow's Eve with charms in a manner similar to the English Christmas Pudding (ring for bride, coin for wealth, thimble for spinster, button for bachelor ...), but is now associated more with Burn's Night. Cranachan is creamy and has a lovely nutty flavor which comes from the toasted oats. My original recipe came from an old British cookery book. Over the years, I have altered it a smidge for friends/family and that is the recipe which follows. Please note I have put US or variations in parenthesis.

    Recipe #276926

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