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    This is my first tagine I can call my own with my own version of Ras El Hanout. It lacks the preserved lemons and saffron tradional in Moroccan tagine, nor does it have the vegetables like carrots and potatoes, but it is a really good main course. This recipe can also be done in a crock pot of slow cooker as a stew, but for all intensive purposes it's a tagine recipe.

    Recipe #445481

    This is a mock souffle recipe used from a few years back a friend on the internet gave me. I had misplaced it once, and since I had so much trouble finding the recipe again, I decided to archive it here.

    Recipe #196674

    This is a recipe adapted from historical text. It should be made using freshly ground spices if possible. Cast iron implements can be used for an extra bit of the old time feel.

    Recipe #123181

    This recipe was taught to me by a friend. A very simplistic recipe which gives you many options on what to serve it with. I've had this with ziti, and prefer it with the smooth kind rather than the ridged kind. But any Macaroni product will do.

    Recipe #96349

    Standard issue recipe in regards to a seasonal winter beverage. Makes a lovely after dinner drink for the holiday dinner party.

    Recipe #78833

    This Recipe was adapted from an old cookbook, known as "Second Helpings Please!" by the Mt Sinai Chapter #1091, Montreal Women's Bina Brith.

    Recipe #78732

    This is a recipe for stovetop Tzimmes. It is great for camping and for a quick and easy side dish at home. This produces a lot of extra liquid which is more or less, apple butter, which can be soaked up with challah. Also can be prepared in a crock pot.

    Recipe #72919


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