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    I once read that this is what cosmetics mogul Adrien Arpel uses....It does help--if you don't mind the aroma of witch hazel.

    Recipe #55288

    This recipe is the Anne of Green Gables Cookbook, by Kate MacDonald. This the excerpt from the book that inspired this recipe: "I just grow cold when I think of my layer cake. Oh, Diana, what if it shouldn't be good! I dreamed last night that I was chases all around by a fearful goblin with a big layer cake for a head." -Anne of Green Gables

    Recipe #61884

    This recipe is from the Anne of Green Gables cookbook by Kate MacDonald. "Diana poured herself out a tumblerful, looked at it's bright-red hue admiringly, and then sipped it daintily. "That's awfully nice raspberry cordial, Anne," she said. "I didn't know raspberry cordial was so nice." " Anne of Green Gables chapter 26

    Recipe #61879

    This is a good all purpose chocolate frosting. It comes from the Anne of Green Gables cookbook by Kate Mac Donald.

    Recipe #61886

    This is the most amazing eggnog you will ever try. My husband would never drink eggnog, he tried this and could not get enough of the stuff. I made the non-alcoholic version since I was planning to let the kids have some too. I got this recipe from Southern Living in an article by Jan Moon. It is so good, you must try it!!!!

    Recipe #60343

    My husband LOVES these. I came up with these with what I had on hand. I think they would be even better fried, but I am trying to be good. This is one of the best dinners I have made.

    Recipe #62689

    These cookies are so delicious and extremely easy! I found the recipe on a box of devil's food cake mix and I have loved it ever since. Nuts are completely optional, I usually make them without, but macadamia nuts are really nice when you add them.

    Recipe #79917

    This is a salad that can be EASILY thrown together very quickly for a healthy and tasty side dish. I fixed mine with ratherbeswimmin's grilled shrimp and it was a super combination! It is supposed to be a quick recipe, hence the canned tomatoes and beans, but if you make it fresh I am sure it will be even better!

    Recipe #245781

    This is a good recipe for using loquats if you are lucky enough to have access to a tree. You can fill these with a mixture of cream cheese, OJ concentrate, and grand marnier...piped into them...a simple classy hors d'oeuvre!

    Recipe #63747

    From the moment I first tasted this type at Chipotle Grill I was hooked on this tangy salsa. It's not always easy for me to get to the restaurant and to be honest, they don't give you a very generous portion with your chips. I looked all over the internet to find a recipe for this one, but couldn't find it so I made my own. I created this recipe based on the ingredients list on their website, plus a few of my own touches but the result is very very close. Adjust the hot peppers if more or less heat is desired.

    Recipe #431984

    I have made several batches of this stuff. You can find recipes all over the internet, but this one works best for me. My favorites are the ones that really look like cookies (they make the kids and husbands crazy). This is a good craft project for kids too!

    Recipe #79306

    This is a good copy cat version of this delicious favorite. It is modified from a version I found on Recipegoldmine.com

    Recipe #60542

    This recipe is from my mother's cousin....she has her own garden and grows the tomatoes and herbs....you can use tomatoes from the supermarket and dried herbs but you will not get the same result. Use the bright red tomatoes you can buy at the produce stand, these herbs are not hard to find fresh....it's worth it...trust me.........

    Recipe #56783

    This is my adaptation of a recipe I found at http://www.stickyrice.com . You can use this sauce in spicy tuna rolls, or on a volcano or lava roll. jb4 and I looked EVERYWHERE for this recipe and the Sriracha hot sauce is the secret ingredient. You can be authentic and use "real" Japanese mayonnaise (QP, Kewpie), but good old Hellman's works fine too. If you don't want the roe...leave it out, I think it is mainly for color and texture. If you omit the roe this is especially good for making tuna salad.

    Recipe #57315

    This is a deliciously dark toffee that is a hard candy when you first put it in your mouth, but softens until it is wonderfully chewy. I adapted this from a recipe that I found at http://thefoody.com (which is a great site for English and Irish recipes).

    Recipe #68992

    This is another adaption from The Complete Bartender. It really reminds me of the flavor of Jelly beans...the black ones!!!! Very good!!!

    Recipe #60355

    I adapted this recipe from The Complete Bartender. I really love White Chocolate and Orange together!!!

    Recipe #60352

    A luxurious, yet inexpensive alternative to the scrubs found in pricy shops. My sister spent $20 on a container of this kind of stuff and mine yields the same results. *Note if you have sensitive skin you might want to omit the ginger, use less, or substiture lavender or rose oil for the slice of ginger.

    Recipe #55386

    My great-Grandma was famous in her hometown for these doughnuts...they are good, but not very health-conscious. Feel free to substitute veg. shortening for the lard....you'll loose some of the flavor, but then you'll loose some of the cholesterol too!

    Recipe #56788

    I combined several recipes to create this one...everytime I make it everyone wants the recipe so it seems to be popular.

    Recipe #56786

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