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    This is extremely easy yet wonderfully decadent cupcake recipe using red velvet cake mix that has been doctored up and a homemade buttercream/cream cheese frosting. When I make them, I have to hide a couple or I won't get any! Be warned; the batter is very thick. You haven't messed it up. Also, it makes a lot of frosting but as the frosting is so delicious, you won't mind having your cupcakes well covered :-)

    Recipe #415138

    This is a substantial dinner pie. Great homey food. This is being posted for the British/Irish section of the tour.

    Recipe #230091

    A fairly simple coffee cake. A great treat for yourself and the family yet pretty enough for company. This is being posted for the British/Irish section of the tour.

    Recipe #230013

    This is a lovely glazed carrot/parsnip dish. It's a two step from stovetop to oven process. You can sub turnips for the parsnips. This is for the British/Irish section of the tour.

    Recipe #230004

    I got this recipe yesterday from a recipe group and made it last night. The original recipe called for Jack cheese (and only half the amount), low fat milk, no garlic or onion or Parmesan and used white bread. I played with it and this is what I came up with. It turned out quite nicely as a side dish to Lamb chops but I imagine it would also make a lovely vegetarian main dish served with a salad on the side.

    Recipe #214121

    A tasty little cookie that comes from the site. I have made this once (today actually lol) and used semi sweet chocolate and added a teaspoon of orange extract....very very good. Prep time includes chilling time for dough.

    Recipe #213258

    A very rich and chocolaty muffin, this is perfect with a cup of hot tea or coffee or as a snack. I use semi-sweet chips myself because the milk chocolate makes for a very sweet muffin; just sub a bag of semi sweet chips.

    Recipe #211694

    Ok so maybe not WORLD famous... This is a different version of egg salad. Similar in all the ways that count but with some ingredients that give it a different flavor and a fair amount of bite. Try it.... you'll like it :-) it can be cut in half easily if this is too much for your needs. I got this recipe from a recipe group I subscribe to.

    Recipe #210807

    Posting this for ZWT 2006 (Asian Region) I can't wait to try this one myself. A hearty sandwich with the flavors of Chicken Teriyaki... YUM!!

    Recipe #174099

    Posting for ZWT 2006 this is an appetizer or cold side dish. Sounds nicely spiced and very interesting. I would think the spices in this could be played with a little bit.

    Recipe #173849

    Posting this for ZWT 2006. Oh wow these sound good! I would serve these with coconut rice and some steamed asparagus I think.

    Recipe #173786

    Posting this for ZWT 2006 (French Cajun & Creole region). This is a very homey comforting sort of a soup. The spices are easily played with if you like it spicier and it is even better with a good dollop of hot sauce in it.

    Recipe #173766

    Posting for ZWT 2006, this is a yummy sounding two crust savory pie. made with can salmon thus convenient but I will probably sub fresh cooked salmon when I make it here at home. I have taken the liberty of adding some dill into the ingredient list.

    Recipe #173649

    Posting for zwt 2006 (Asian region). I love Scallops and can't wait to make this one myself. Looks fairly easy and quite tasty if the ingredients are any indication.

    Recipe #173194

    Soooooo yummy. I'm posting this for ZWT 2006 (Italian region) This is a very hearty sandwich but so tasty that if i'm hungry, even having the small appetite that I do, I can down one and a half of these buggers. Guys and kids love these. This is also easy to double if you have more people to feed.

    Recipe #173193

    Posting this for ZWT 2006, this is a typical South African Curry. For those who dislike Coconut Milk in curries try this one; it is coconut milk free. This is served over rice or with a bread such as Chapatis.

    Recipe #173190

    Posting this for ZWT 2006, this is a nice spicy (but not TOO hot) chicken dish. Serve this with rice and/or Chapati bread. This goes together quickly and then simmers leaving you free to do other things.

    Recipe #173049

    Posting this for ZWT 2006 (Italian region) this is simple, not overly spiced, not overly complicated; just good homey Italian comfort food. Cook this with Baby Potatoes right in the pan and take care of the bulk of your meal all in one dish. Cook time includes refrigerator time.

    Recipe #172790

    Posted for ZWT 2006 (Italian region), this is a light (as in not going to feel heavy on your stomach but full flavored roast chicken dish in a heavenly white wine/lemon/rosemary sauce. Don't let the long direction list throw you; it's not difficult at all. I make NO claims in this recipe that it is light in fat or low cal; make it knowing that please.

    Recipe #172789

    This is being posted for ZWT 2006 (Italian region). Frittatas are simply omelettes and this is a wonderful example of one. I love fresh basil and grow it every year and this is a great showcase for it. You can also add a little bit of Mozzarella cheese to this one to get that yummy stringy cheese thing going.

    Recipe #172788

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