posted in response to a recipe request from our local paper.
this is something that i found on a livejournal community called "food_porn". given the taste of this yummy smoothie, i can see why! tasty!
this is so yummy - and easy to prepare! - a nice twist from the usual lemonade. great in warm weather! enjoy! prep time doesn't include 15-30 minute
i needed a salad dressing for my lunch salad. felt like something lemon-y, so i combined the lemon juice with the garlic and olive oil. had a small piece of cheese, so i grated it up and added it.
this is a lovely little currant crepe that is served for dessert or at a fancy tea.
while staying with us, our friend gerson, from namibia talked about having this at every meal. needless to say, while he was here in the united states he put on a pound or two. i really miss him! this recipe is an adaptation of an african staple food
my husband loves his tea made this way and has been drinking it this way for over 20 years that i know of.
my mom always made tartar sauce this way. i like it much better than the bottled kind. i've tried plenty of fancy recipes, but i always come back to this one. sometimes the most simple recipes are the best.
my mom, irma, passed away 2 years ago, and this was one of my favorite "treats" that she made. she never liked sour cream dips, but she loved cream cheese. she found/made up this recipe before i was born. christmas, easter etc., a family party just wasn't
this is a simple glaze for roasted turkey that makes a wonderful sweet rich gravy from the drippings.
i have fond memories of sweden and it was there that i learned to love fresh dill. they seemed to find a way to put in just about every dish!!! this one sounds delish. from cooks.com and posted for zwt.
do you like pineapple on your pizza? how about creamy spinach and artichoke dip? this recipe includes both, and the best part is, it comes together so easily. it's perfect for dinner after a busy day at work, or after a busy day hittin' the waves at the b
simple, but oh so good. i sometimes add a little more lemon juice because the guys in our house like it strong!! p.s. thanks to our great neighbors for sharing their lemon tree with us. each march we pick and juice and freeze fresh juice to use in this
well in keeping with the summer tradition of coming up with a new twist on a drink taste, our pick this year is lemonade. now as lemonade is a favorite summer refresher for me it was easy to start the mix and match. please feel free to do any type of sw
this recipes comes from vancouver's author/chef/catering and restaurant owner susan mendelson. she had a money back guarantee if you did not like these brownies!!!
a divine shake to satisfy a craving for chocolate in a healthy way
got this from a very old community cookbook. kids really love em!
this is a snack food recipe i have had for nearly 30 years. it is very filling and has a tendency to expand when consumed with liquids; therefore, eat sparingly and gradually to avoid bloated feeling. it is especially great for backpacking or camping tr
remember the rich thick creamy chocolate drink from starbucks a few years ago? this is just about an exact replica! i wish i could remember where i found this at, but can't. so i thought i'd put it here for safe keeping! enjoy!
found something similar, and tweaked it a bit. peel the apple or not. adjust sweetener (use 2 packets if you prefer equal) and cinnamon to suit your taste. you can use regular special k, however i just tried it with the cinnamon pecan (40 cals fo
tasty, simple and sin free. this is a lovely drink for the warm weather.
i adore sushi, but my bh refuses to even look at it, let alone eat it. i thought he was squeamish about the fish, but after i made some vegetarian sushi he still wouldn't go near it (yay, more for me). it turns out that the seaweed also gives him the heeb
i always have onion and pepper relish on hand so i can make this dip if people stop by. it's great and a little out of the ordinary. you could probably do this whith any relish or chutney. i found this on the lid of a jar of harry and david's sweet onion
the original recipe is from the mangapwani beach club. located on the northwest coast of zanzibar, south africa, this beach paradise has a checkered past. nearby are the slave caves, where slaves were hidden after laws changed abolishing slavery. the ma
this is the only dressing i will ever use for caesar salad. it is from the creator of the caesar salad, cesar cardini. you can make it, like i do, or you can buy it in the store. it's a large bottle for 6.99 but this dressing goes a long way. note that
adopted from the book how to prevent and treat cancer with natural medicine endorsed by the cancer treatment center of america.
these little finger sandwiches look great on a buffet or at tea time. they taste great and are so simple to make. you can use any kind of nut bread, but i prefer pumpkin or banana nut bread.
this isn't your usual chinese restaurant mustard sauce! this is a silky sauce lush with the flavors of toasted sesame oil and dijon mustard! wonderful with cold roast beef, lamb and chicken dishes. spread on steamed fish and foods off the grill. great on
horseradish is one of my favorite condiments as well as cranberry sauce. this is sweet and hot. i enjoy it on a smoked turkey & swiss sandwich, but also good alongside baked ham or roast beef.
my "mystery scallops" have appeared! (i thought i lost this recipe for a bit!!!) karen says i'm a crazy woman mixing the morgan with the habaneros. i always knew i was crazy, but this is good!
this recipe was in the jan/feb 2009 issue of cooking light magazine. it was in their "lighten up" section - where a reader can submit a favorite recipe and cooking light will make it healthier. this was very tasty and the kids loved them. next time i m
a drink from the maury bar, lima, perou. taken in a book.
a quick way to make a raspberry sauce without using pots & pans. good in summer over ice cream or for a simple elegant dessert put a scoop of ice cream in a meringue shell or between 2 meringues and pour over sauce! this come from my microwave (700wt) re
my mother and father were children of the great depression. sometimes my mom would pull these crazy recipes out but we as a family loved them! this is one that my children and i have to have still sometimes. eat it hot because it does not rewarm very w
a wonderful summer drink that will have you smiling! from food & wine magazine.
i found this recipe on the eating well website amongst the diabetic friendly recipes. it's supposed to be an appetizer but i served it over a nice salad as a cool, refreshing summer dinner. we loved it. the shrimp are super simple to prepare and they t
i've adapted this from a jamie oliver recipe. jamie makes it with his 'flavour shaker' but as most people probably don't have one - you can use a mortar and pestle. use this marinade for steak, chicken or fish. it imparts a wonderful flavour. we had i
in the winter, kentucky weather can get really cold without any notice. sometimes, it's rolling out of bed on one of those cold mornings is just not what you want to do. but the thought of whipping up a batch of this oatmeal for yourself (or making enou
really an effective spice blend...i got it in one of maharishi ayurveda newsletters and thought of sharing here !hope this will help you melt your blues away.. :-))
this will prove a blessing to everyone who takes it. it is soothing and relaxing, quieting to the nerves, has many good qualities, and is perfectly harmless. you can get the ingredients from any good health food store. you could up this to 1 cup each or l
my italian mil was thoroughly impressed by my non-italian treatment of her olives. they are great appetizers and condiments to your fav pasta.(from the vancouver sun) ps. cook time include fridge time
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