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  • Saffron Chicken from solanaceae in Manchester, NH.
    I looked around for a Saffron Chicken recipe that sounded good and couldn't find one. So... I ended up melding the ingredients fro...
  • Garlic Broccoli Sausage Farfalle from solanaceae in Manchester, NH.
    Just a simple summer pasta. It's good hot or cold. Uses only 2 pots and comes together quickly. ...
  • Better Than That Store Bought Baking Mix from solanaceae in Manchester, NH.
    When I was a kid I have fond memories of the big yellow box. Now I can't stand the chemical taste. I keep this in my pantry at all...
  • Basic Italian Bread from solanaceae in Manchester, NH.
    This is without a doubt my all time favorite Italian bread recipe. It is a 2 day project but sooooo worth it. You make the starter...
  • Blanket Cookies from solanaceae in Manchester, NH.
    I volunteer for Project Linus an organization that makes and distributes handmade blankets to children who are seriously ill, tra...
  • Definition Of Broasted from solanaceae in Manchester, NH.
    There seems to be some confusion about the words "Broasting" and "Broasted" and so I thought I would share the information I ws ab...
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  • dancingfox 3 years ago about Saffron Chicken
    You have ginger root on their twice. Is this intention or an accident? It sounds DELICIOUS though. I'm going to take a shot at this! :)
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  • momo_55grandma 4 years ago about Hatchet Muffins
    wonderful cinnamon aroma an muffin perfect! thanks print try and save many 5s
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  • trev 5 years ago about Hatchet Muffins
    I love this style of cooking. Looking at your picture, I can smell the melted butter, vanilla and cinnamon from here! My goodness, I'm drooling. I could rave for ages, but instead, I'll press the five forks five times!
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  • aussie_meat_pie 5 years ago about What Are Rose Hips
    I love rose hip jam :)
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  • roseisarose 5 years ago about What Are Rose Hips
    While I was visiting Lancaster PA I bought some rosehips that smelled like cinnamon too and it was a decoration. I never smelled anythin that smelleddddd that wonderful and since then I look for teas with rose hips, thanks I will have som Red Zinger next.
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  • blueeyes68ky 5 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for being my cooking friend.
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  • lincolntoot 5 years ago
    Hi and thanks for accepting my invite - can't wait to share many great recipes!
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  • lincolntoot 5 years ago
    Hi and thanks for friending - hope to share many great recipes!
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  • precursor 5 years ago
    we should be friends!
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  • dynie 6 years ago
    Thanks for being a cooking buddy. I enjoy the food and friends so much!
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  • minitindel 6 years ago
    thanks for kind comment on the braciole recipe
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  • shandy 6 years ago
    I so love this site! Everyone here puts their own twist on things and the ideas that come from that are wonderful! I love yours with the peach rum jam as pie filling. . .WoW! Now I want to try it =D
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  • minitindel 6 years ago
    thank you vey much for nice comment on the panini yes your thing will work also you can you 2 skillets what ever works right ...lol thanks again
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  • shandy 6 years ago
    Thank you for the 5 rating and comments! Are these brownies not totally awesome?! I am with you about the pan. I bought a 14 x 14 inch pan so that I could get one with high enough sides. I keep these in the refrigerator and tonight I made ice cream sundaes with homemade whipped cream, vanilla bean ice cream, chopped brownies, melted hot fudge, and more chopped walnuts, all put into a large martini glass. They were fun and delicious. . .my new favorite =D
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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    I bet the cashew brittle would be awesome! I would eat that and not bake the cake! Thanks for stoppin' by the Peanut Brittle Cake.
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