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    These are a great stand by. They can be made in a blink of an eye and your lunch guests will be impressed .I would have them with a nice green salad, and a bit of salsa on the side for a quick easy meal in the middle of the day. They can be frozen ahead and will keep up to three months. This recipe came from our local supermarket magazine, and was posted for ZWT#6.

    Recipe #423819

    I have not made this but I hope to soon. Posted for ZWT#6 2010

    Recipe #423815

    This is a typically English dessert to have on a nice sunny day sitting in the garden. Go on you deserve it. I got this recipe from a girl at work I think she was hoping that I would make them for her. I think I will.

    Recipe #423652

    These are sweet and tasty. Have as a sweet breakfast or a warm dessert. Posted for ZWT#6

    Recipe #423294

    A tagine is the Moroccan equivalent of a stew, usually fragrant with spices and often piquant with preserved lemon. The name also refers to the earthenware dish with a conical-shaped lid that the dish is usually cooked in but you can cook this in a pan on the stove top also, you will have more evaporation than with a tagine, so add the other 1/2 cup of water if you need it

    Recipe #423292

    This is a Thai recipe, you can serve this with jasmine rice or a nice green salad, either way it's a very tasty dish and worth the effort.

    Recipe #423215

    This almond cake from Norway is very unusual. Posted for ZWT#6 The amount for for whipping cream is 1/2 a cup for some reason it will not let me put that in the recipe.

    Recipe #423206

    This is a recipe that we had a lot when we were kids, it was a very popular dish and very cheap. we had ours with boiled potatoes, and a spoonful of the lard it was cooked in. That's all changed now as the lard wasn't good for your arteries. but we did like it. I live in Scotland and we had a lot of scandinavian recipes, as the fishermen traveled far and wide, and herring was in abundance sadly today it's a diferent story it's in very short supply now, and very expensive. You can just use the one kind of oatmeal if you like.

    Recipe #423191

    We can get the little brats that are about the size of your thumb, and that is what I use it just saves you cutting them up and looks nicer when you serve it, it's what I would call comfort food.

    Recipe #423190

    This is so so quick and easy you will have it ready in no time, it's great when unexpected guests visit. Serve with potato crisps or little crackers.

    Recipe #423189

    This recipe comes from a book I bought when I was in cyprus on holiday, the food was amazing, and I just had to buy this book. It's called the secret of good health, by Nikos & Maria Psilakis and has 150 wonderful recipes.

    Recipe #423188

    This cake was called the doctor's cake as it was given to gran by the doctor's wife. A nice cake that is easy and quick.

    Recipe #423187

    This recipe comes from a book that was created for charity between all the churches in our town and surrounding towns. The lady that this recipe belongs to is a member at the Baptist church but all nominations gave there favourite recipes, I thought this one was a bit different. If you don't like wine in your food just replace it with stock the amount is 1/2 of a bottle.

    Recipe #423186

    This is a very typical dish on Crete, I have had a meal very similar when on holiday it might of been the same recipe with a few slight changes. It was very good then, I think that this one will be too. Very nice with a greek salad.

    Recipe #423185

    These are nice little fish cakes. The green cardamon gives them a freshness and the chilli and ginger gives a bit of heat. Posted for ZWT#6

    Recipe #423182

    This is a nice and spicy dish that has a lot of wonderful flavours and it is prepared in no time at all. Posted for ZWT#6.

    Recipe #423181

    This is a nice fresh chicken salad with the flavours of Asia

    Recipe #423180

    This is from Nigella's recipes, you must have a very good strong cheddar for this to get the full flavour. Very nice warm or cold but at there best with some good sausages and scramble eggs first thing in the morning. Yummy.

    Recipe #423179

    This dish is one I have made many times, it’s very tasty and it appeals to most tastes. You can serve it as an everyday meal or if you have guests. I hope you like it, we do.

    Recipe #421458

    I love cheesy dip's but sadly I am the only one that does, so I make a very small amount to have with nibbles when relaxing. This one is a very mild dip but nice and fresh, if you want it a wee bit looser you can add a bit of juice from the pineapple. You can also add as much or as little of the spice as you like the choice is yours.

    Recipe #421326

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