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  • Tuscany Roasted Fig Sauce Over Chicken Breasts from suestonebender in CA.
    This is one of my favourite ways to chase the winter cold out of my kitchen and warm it with the heady aroma of figs and exotic p...
  • Winter Spinach Potato Casserole from suestonebender in CA.
    I have Grave's Disease. It's an incurable condition that attacks many organs, most notably your thyroid and often your eyes. Sin...
  • Heartshaped Cinnabon Rolls from suestonebender in CA.
    From our Valentine's Day Tryst newsletter {February 8, 2008] My mum was everything good about the sterotypical woman in the kit...
  • Torta Della Nonna from suestonebender in CA.
    This is heaven on a plate: an exquisite lemon desert on fine pastry sprinkled with confectioners sugar. Culinary orgasm....
  • Flakey Pie Crust Pasty from suestonebender in CA.
    Mrs. Rob gave my mother this wonderful pastry recipe when she was first married back in the 1950's. It's one of our family heirlo...
  • Rustic Harvest Apple Pie from suestonebender in CA.
    My family hails from Waterloo County, with a rich German Mennonite history, and some of the most delicious food you've ever tasted...
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  • bldeagle39 1 year ago about Tuscany Roasted Fig Sauce Over Chicken Breasts
    Was looking for recipies for a type of fig suace to use on my BBQ Brisket. This recipie looks like a winner. Thanks
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  • chummers 4 years ago about Tuscany Roasted Fig Sauce Over Chicken Breasts
    Perfect, just what I am looking for.
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  • ariadnebarzane 5 years ago about Rustic Harvest Apple Pie
    Made this one the other day and it is perfect!! I loved the spices in the filling and the fact that it was just the right amount of sweetness....Loved the addition of the dairy to the filling and the creamy result...This pie was even good cold out of the fridge which is quite an accomplishment for any pie...Yummy - thanks for sharing it!!
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  • ariadnebarzane 5 years ago about Winter Spinach Potato Casserole
    Made this last night and it was WONDERFUL!! A warm and soothing casserole for a cold night...Great combination of flavours...cheesy, potatoes, garlic and eggs!!
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  • annieamie 6 years ago about Flakey Pie Crust Pasty
    Thank you for the pie crust recipe! I can't wait to try it!
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  • bad_company 6 years ago
    Hi, your Tryst Group sounds intriguing. Wondered if I could join?
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  • hollymayb 6 years ago
    Thanks for the nice comment on my Chicken with Juniper & tarragon. I use dried juniper berries and crack them a bit between two soup spoons before using. They're hard to find, but higher end markets or spice shops will carry them. I live in a fairly big and ethnic metropolis, and I've never seen them fresh. I wonder how that would change the flavour- do you cook from fresh berries?
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  • canadiangirlrox 6 years ago
    Thanks for accepting my invite!
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  • lunasea 6 years ago
    A big thanks, too - for your wonderful ratings and comments on my basil buttermilk dressing and eggplant parmesan. And thank you for the add!

    See, I really like how you envision ways of using that dressing (ciabatta with smoked salmon, bean sprouts and some raddichio)- and it makes me smile to think of it. Thank you!! I'll be trying it your way soon...

    ~Vickie
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  • lunasea 6 years ago
    Good morning, Suestonebender...thanks for dropping by my olive cheese bread recipe. My recipe is an adaptation of the original recipe, so feel free to mess with it all you want. I have added artichokes and bell peppers, whatever I have on hand that sounds good.

    I think spinach would be a delicious addition. Since the recipe makes quite a bit of spread, maybe you could add spinach to part of it and compare it with and without. You may love it better with the spinach.

    Let me know what you think when you make it and how any adaptations worked out. I'd love to know....thanks!

    I hope you have a wonderful day...

    Smiles,
    ~Vickie
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  • lunasea 6 years ago
    Good morning - and thanks for dropping by my red velvet cake recipe. I hope you give it a try - it really is delicious.

    I hope you have a wonderful Sunday...

    Smiles,
    ~Vickie
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  • jo_jo_ba 6 years ago
    Hi! I just started growing my own stevia and have some dried leaves waiting for me to do something with them, but I don't know what to do! I use the pure extract powder right now which is way sweeter and dissolves. Any ideas besides tea? Thanks!
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for your comment! They are yummy cookies..
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  • wynnebaer 6 years ago
    Thanks so much for your kind comment on the spiced pumpkin bread recipe I've posted....Also, welcome to grouprecipes..I hope you enjoy the site as much as I do
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  • jo_jo_ba 6 years ago
    Thank you so much for your kind words! People like you really make my day. Have a great evening!
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