enjoy a taste of summer in the middle of the winter with this easy canning recipe. the following is for one quart jar, which easily fills one pie. multiply it to use as many berries as you can get your hands on. i also add fresh lavender flowers since i'v
mini-pecan pies in packaged phyllo pastry shells. easy, impressive and absolutely delicious. southern living recipe, i think from 11/2007. just remember to keep stirring the pecan/syrup mixture as you fill the shells to keep the nuts and moisture evenly i
a well known new zealand slice recipe. normal size of a slice tin is 35cm long x 20 cm wide x 4 cm deep.
i love cinnamon. when i started my diabetic diet, they told me that cinnamon actually helps the insulin work and promotes health in a diabetic. so, with that in mind, i started using tons of it. i love it, so that wasn't a problem for me. i use it on
these are light, unlike typical pumpkin muffins. good for spring. golden raisins and walnuts would be good in these if you made full-size muffins. try filling them with cream cheese after baking. yum!
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
wonderful sweet cake from the book of greek cooking by lesley mackley(present from my second cousin.)
my grandma used to make these with my sister and i all the time. as kids it would be great fun kneading the dough together: we'd take it in turns. a simple yet delicious butter biscuit, popular with all ages, and perfect for any occasion! they'll keep for
the fall season is the time when we prepare pumpkin and apple dishes because that's what is commonly harvested around this time. but with this recipe, you can prepare these year-round (and you'll want to once you try them!!) thanks to canned pumpkin. ke
this recipe is from sara's book "sara moulton cooks at home". homemade mustard needs to be stored at least 6 weeks before using, as it will mellow with age. a special thanks to chef #17803 for locating the hot mustard powder at http://www.penzeys.com/cg
i went through all the haystack recipes on zaar and did not see these. they are a little different as they don't use the chow mein noodles. they are easy and too good to leave off. i want to try these with dry roasted peanuts and maybe butter instead of t
limpa bread is a traditional swedish rye bread which is flavored with molasses, anise, and orange peel. limpa bread is moist and extremely flavorful with a rich, almost intoxicating odor. this bread is extremely popular in sweden and in areas with a large
this is from a gal i worked with when i was a legal recruiter. she brought it in and everyone was in heaven. i included the cool down time in the recipe. it needs to be baked for about an hour and then cooled in the oven for another hour and then chill
this wonderful candy popcorn is from annette b. in my church cookbook. we prefer it made with cashews and reese's pieces as they have the perfect fall colors. use seasonally colored m&m's for other holidays. it doesn't get hard like some popcorn recipes a
a moist lemony quick bread that comes together very quickly using frozen lemonade concentrate. if you like, add some poppy seeds before pouring into the pan. very good alongside a fruit salad. nice for coffee (or tea) break.
this recipe is really delicious and contains two of my favourite flavours - lemon and blueberry!
this special treat is naturally sweet and full of omega-3s. this was adapted from jennifer white in the program helping your child eat well on 3abn. enjoy!
a yummy thick chocolate mint brownie from york peppermint patties! get the sensation!
from www.topsecretrecipes.com by todd wilbur. "most of the key lime pie recipes circulating, including the recipe found on bottles of key lime juice, have a glaring error: they don't make enough filling to fit properly into a standard 9-inch graham cr
this recipe came to me from my dad who nabbed it from my great aunt lil. we catch so many sockeye salmon every year and have done just about everything you can think of with them; drying (st'wan), baked and then canned, raw pack canned, smoked, barbequed
this is the first snickerdoodle recipe i have tried that was adapted from a family cookbook, but i liked them and i hope you will too! just give them a try...it uses mostly ingredients that you probably already have and can be easily modified to your tas
delicious, chewy, relatively healthy oatmeal cookies that do not contain wheat flour. chocolate chips, raisins, dried cranberries and butterscotch chips all make great add-ins, you can also add more than the amount specified in the recipe. these cookies t
i discovered that the tree bearing fruit in my garden is a loquat tree. it’s under an oak tree so i imagine that it wasn’t planted there deliberately but was the result of seed transfer by a bird. i decided to make chutney from my unexpected bounty. i use
this recipe is a bit different because the apples are grated instead of chopped or sliced and there is pineapple juice instead of the traditional orange juice. for a richer cake, i use butter instead of oil, but it tastes wonderful both ways. enjoy!
this is an authentic german recipe that i wrote down a few years ago. i think it's from a german baking magazine. they are a must here in germany. very nice at christmas. my kids gobble them up almost as fast as i make them. try them, you won't be disappo
these will be the easiest truffles you've ever made and they are sooo yummy! they are a tradition at my house for christmas and we coat them in pink-tinted white chocolate for my daughter's birthday. you can shape them like eggs for easter and dip them
a nice treat to have when serving martinis or top your favorite pie, salad or veggie dish with them. wrap in a air-tight container. give as a gift. appetizer or dessert you choose.
the worlds best peanut butter cookies. ever. .
saw a simple recipe that called for sugar, i switched over to using the sugar substitute and got this simple and pleasing result.
yummy yummy! from the 1950's and warm and spicy with a brown sugar icing that is butterscotchy good! i think this recipe comes from star bakery in brooklyn, ny.
this is a bit different than the other recipe on this site as it does not use buttermilk and has a lot less sugar. found it in a simple & delicious magazine.
i made this for my husband john. made it with no food coloring just orange peppers.by all means go ahead and use your favorite peppers and chilies. this makes almost 8 cups. use any size of jars you like. i make in smaller jars to give away for gifts duri
make and freeze your own cookie dough. it cost less then the store brands.
from an old gold medal article that was saved to an old handmade cookbook. the article suggested other recipes were listed but this is the one she saved and pasted. designed for lunch boxes, children's lunches and afterschool snacks says gold medal in t
my dad loved to make this recipe and share it with everyone.
this is a no fuss loaf of quick bread with a wonderful orange flavor.
and, wow, does the cointreau add a deliciousness! they are wonderful when initially made, even better after aging a couple of days.
this is another one from the cat who cookbook from the mystery series by the same name. i have drooled over descriptions of this cake for years.
this recipe came from our local newspaper ... i have tried it yet but fudge with caramels in hooked me.
this is pretty close to the real thing, much cheaper, and takes no time to make, it's delicious on pancakes and waffles, even ice cream too!
i altered this recipe from an exsisting one my family enjoyed when my son was diagnosed as hypoglycemic.
serve in a small glass as an apéritif or digestive. an interesting french recipe on my to-try list.
the bright burst of lemon in these breakfast or coffee rolls is delightful. it's a lot like monkey bread, and i expect refrigerated crescent rolls would be a good, fast alternative for the bread dough (without the rising times).
i love lemon anything and these muffins are delicious. the blackberries in the center turn to a jamish layer and a perfect addition. hope you like them. i use my large muffin tin pan that holds 6 for this recipe.
delicious and simple. tradition is to eat it with manjarblanco or also called dulce de leche in other countries.
this is an easy way to make your stuffing. sometimes, when cooking for the holidays, your oven is full of other delicious dishes. now, you can put your crock pot to good use. we like the hot italian sausage, but you can also use the mild. also, i like pep
my mom used to buy those wedding cookies in that pink bag, i think from keebler, and i loved them. i came across this recipe online and tried it. it is just as good, in fact i think it's better. and they are really simple to make.
tangy-but-sweet! this is a great way to use up the oversize cukes that get missed in the garden. zucchinis also work well in place of the cukes! quantities listed are approximate--you can fudge or substitute a bit and still have excellent results. no
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