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    Recipe #360555

    From All You Have not made posting for safe keeping

    Recipe #360443

    From Fleischmann's yeast Prep time includes rise times

    Recipe #360435

    This looks very much like a recipe I have made for years but lost a few years ago. They were a family favorite. Have not made them but am posting for safe keeping until I get a new stove that does not burn my cookies LOL I have been zmailed that this is a very sticky dough and hard to roll even after an overnight chill. I did a half batch and chilled for maybe 15 minutes in the freezer a then rolled on a well floured board with no problem. Could be brands of flour I am not sure. So if you decide to make these you may need to add extra flour. Plus do not roll to thin .

    Recipe #360426

    Posting for safe keeping I don't have the times for prep and cook since bread machines differ

    Recipe #360422

    From Cooking Light

    Recipe #360389

    From Cooking light. A Non Alcholic drink Posting for safe keeping I would blend on a low speed to prevent to much bubbling up from the sparkling water

    Recipe #360387

    From Cooking light Can use store bought frozen fruit Cook time is freeze time

    Recipe #360386

    From Real Simple. This is a quick and easy ginger beer that has no yeast Have not made yet posting for safe keeping until the summer heat LOL Cook time is the chill time

    Recipe #360381

    From Southern Living cooking time is chill time

    Recipe #360380

    From Sunset. I would use button , portabellas or Cremini mushrooms as the common mushrooms. NOTE: The recipe says to rinse the mushrooms but I would not and only brush off any dirt since mushrooms tend to soak up water.

    Recipe #360376

    From Cooking light

    Recipe #360366

    From cooking light Posting for safe keeping

    Recipe #360364

    Posting for safe keeping From Sunset You can use Bellwether Farms' flavorful, creamy crescenza cheese, made in Sonoma County. or You can substitute another soft cheese, such as teleme or brie.

    Recipe #360362

    Found this online some where about a year ago. We love it. I usually just do two salmon filets and halve the sauce since I cook for just two of us. But if you do the whole sauce recipe and have leftovers it is great on toast for lunch the next day. I used skim milk. Elegant enough for a dinner party

    Recipe #353662

    This is a recipe from chef Laura Calder of Food Newtorks French Food at Home. Very rich and fruit filled. I served it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. I also used brandy instead of cognac ( much cheaper) Next time I make this I will take the seeds out of the kumquats Taste similar to a Fig Newton cookie. Times are approximate and includes the mascerating time

    Recipe #352377

    From Southern Living Posting for safe keeping Prep time includes letting the glass rims set

    Recipe #351729

    Posting for safe keeping Time does not include freezing the ice cubes

    Recipe #351691

    This is from Cooking Light and is a bit different then the other Chicken tagines posted Note: Store remaining cumin mixture in an airtight container for up to 6 months

    Recipe #349900

    Not sure where I found this recipe. I have not made it yet. Posting for safe keeping Times given are approximate

    Recipe #349892

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