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    I was looking for a rub recipe to use on pork chops and came across Recipe #89202. But I added al ot more herbs and this is what I came up with. It is delicious on pork chops and I'm sure it would be great on chicken also. This should be enough for 2-3 pork chops

    Recipe #142453

    This is based on the recipe Recipe #89202. I wanted more flavors so this is what I came up with. It is fantastic! I used this on butterfly pork chops cooked on the BBQ. It was the best pork chop I had ever had because of this rub. I think this would be great on chicken or beef also. The amount of ingredients are based on 2 pork chops.

    Recipe #129271

    This is from a Company's Coming Christmas Celebrations cookbook that I bought for myself at the after Christmas sales.I am drinking this right now,it is scrumptious!There are a few others recipes here similiar to this but not exact so I thought I would post this one too. I divided all ingredients in half and got 2 cups of lattes.I used about 1 tsp of Baileys Irish Cream Caramel Flavor in mine.I also omitted the nutmeg,not a big fan of it.For the coffee I used instant.3 tsp into hot water.

    Recipe #346078

    A friend of mine gave me this recipe. Not sure exactly where it came from. I guess it originated from someone's "nan". Anyway, it is the best batter I have ever used. It is a lot like the take-out batter used here in Newfoundland for fish. Very tasty with the perfect amount of each ingredient without it being too oily or salty. I just fried this in a pan with some oil. I guess you can deep fry them also. This made enough to coat about 1 1/2 -2 lbs of cod.

    Recipe #190263

    This recipe is in the Company's Coming "Baking Simple To Sensational Cookbook." I just made this bread for the first time. It was simple to make and it tastes wonderful. It would be great with pasta or just for dipping in a tomato sauce. Prep time does not include rise times.

    Recipe #197716

    These are a very popular sweet here in Newfoundland,especially for Christmas.

    Recipe #491852

    I got this recipe by doing a search on lycos. I changed the noodles from macaroni to rotini noodles. This salad is very flavorful with the onions, garlic and parsley--very tasty.

    Recipe #70638

    These have been made by me and my 2 sisters for years. I don't know where the recipe came from originally. These always turn out perfectly. I like a soft cookie so I leave these in for the minimum amount of time. But if you want a "gingersnap" leave them in longer. I'm not sure how many cookies this makes.

    Recipe #147657

    These delicious morsels are from the Company's Coming Cookbook called Baking Simple To Sensational and they are sensational! It looks like a lot of butter, but it does not make the cookie salty or too crumbly. The recipe says to put the almonds on top, but I chopped them and put them into the cookie. I'm making these for Christmas and freezing them. I figured the almonds on top would come off once they're put in the freezer. Prep time does not include chill time. The book says it makes 72--I got about 60.I used glace cherries in mine.Almond extract would be nice in these also.

    Recipe #198802

    I saw a recipe sort of like this somewhere on the net, but decided to add/delete some ingredients from that one. So this is my version. Very tasty if I do say so. It's very simple to make.

    Recipe #166877

    I found this recipe on The Food Network. I have tried many recipes that say soft cookies but never are. These are amazing!

    Recipe #67068

    I was looking for a marinade recipe for pork chops and found one on This is my variation of it. It makes a very tender and tasty pork chop.

    Recipe #175264

    This recipe is from a friend of mine.They are nutritional and they taste good,not always the case when something is good for you :) You can substitute chocolate chips for the raisins or craisins.You can pretty much add what you like.These make alot of cookies,6 dozen.You can easily half this recipe.

    Recipe #410793

    There are a few recipes here for Peppermint Pinwheels but this exact one is not here so I thought I'd add it.It comes from Paula were so easy to make and the dough is so great to work with.They look beautiful when they're done.She has them made as lollipops but I just made them as cookies,so I'll write it as she has it.I don't add salt as I always use salted butter.These cookies have a great peppermint taste without being overpowering. Prep time does not include chill times

    Recipe #469262

    This recipe is from a Canadian show called Best Recipes Ever.I have never tried leeks but thought this was a good way to try them.I'm very glad I did.Leeks have a similar taste as a green onion.I halved the recipe to make it into 2 servings. For the buttermilk,I used milk and about 1 tbsp of lemon juice mixed together. Cooking time is boiling time for the potatoes.

    Recipe #416616

    I got this recipe from Simply Recipes.They are my new cookie for Christmas 2008.These are so fudgy,they are like a brownie.The recipe for the Peppermint Bark comes from the same site but it is pretty much the same as #269170 here on Recipezaar.

    Recipe #341067

    This great recipe comes from the book A Passion For Baking by Marcy Goldman.These come together so easily and are so tender.I also added about 1/2 cup chopped green onion. An added note in the book she says if you want to turn these into shortcake biscuits just increase the sugar to 1/3 cup and use 6 tbsp butter.I'm going to try that and add some raisins too to make raisin buns.

    Recipe #435020

    This is another great recipe from Paula Deen's Chocolate Celebration Magazine.These are so soft and tasty and the recipe makes alot,about 4 1/2 dozen.

    Recipe #318069

    My mom cannot eat dairy so I thought I would make these for her for Mother's Day. I found this recipe on the net and added a couple of extra ingredients, vanilla and pecans. They are quite good.

    Recipe #167948

    I don't know where I found this recipe but I have been making these for years and they always taste delicious. There are a couple of other honey bran muffins recipes on this site but this has some slight variation. The original recipe called for 1 cup of raisins but I like blueberries better.

    Recipe #141047

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