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Spinach Artichoke Melts

by zirbirt

Spinach and artichoke cooked into a creamy dip, then combined with a bit of chicken and some good bread and finally grilled makes for a fine meal on it's own. Add to that the bonus of lots of leftover dip for snacking and you have a dinner that really makes sense.
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DANISH PancakesDesserts & Baking

by Marian The M(?) | 3/3/2016

Served with sugar and butter, syrup (best with maple), jam, nutella or other sweet condiments. Also really good cold with ice cream in then for dessert. Well-suited for ‘special’ breakfasts, sweet snacks and desserts.

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Non-American Apple PieDesserts & Baking

by Marian The M(?) | 1/16/2016

So, I was thinking yesterday about how I'd gotten pretty good at baking, but I'd never done a pie with apple. So I set out to remedy that today. The results were pretty good, if you don't mind my bragging.

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Razwick's Offcial Optimism Juice, Version 2Basic Recipes

by Razwick | 1/11/2016

I'll be honest, the first iteration of this cocktail recipe was good, but I had a lot of refining to do in order to make this a satisfying drink that you can make and enjoy on a regular basis. I think I've gotten pretty darn close to perfect on this one, if by perfect I mean "what I was trying to accomplish" which, in this case, I do!

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BiksemadEveryday Meals

by Marian The M(?) | 12/28/2015

This is a simple dish, again, Danish *cue the fanfare* that my grandmother always makes for me. It's really simple, tastes great, and isn't particularly expansive or something. It could be pretty good with holiday leftovers, so I thought I'd post it here. It's a very general recipe that you can make in many different ways by changing the vegetables, meat or sauce/broth you pour over it. It can be done vegetarian, bit then it's called brasekartofler, or at least a variation of it. Try pronouncing those two words ;)

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FinskbrødDesserts & Baking

by Marian The M(?) | 12/3/2015

This is a recipe, not sure of the origin, that comes from the same red recipe book as discussed previously. It's a type of shortbread without egg that is brushed with milk and sprinkled with rough sugar and chopped almonds. The edition shown is without the almonds, but you get the picture.

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Bacon Wrapped BurgersCasual

by zirbirt | 11/24/2015

Having fun with bacon Cheeseburgers

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MulligatawnyEveryday Meals

by Marian The M(?) | 11/17/2015

This is an originally Tamil soup that contains a lot of vegetables, coconut milk and rice and so is almost a stew. It's a bit complicated, and it takes a log time, but it's great for reheating and is great for one of those things you leave stewing all afternoon.

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JødekagerDesserts & Baking

by Marian The M(?) | 11/16/2015

These are some cookies we've always done in my family called Jødekager. That would be Jew Cakes in English, but I didn't name them, okay? It's basically shortbread with cinnamon. It's pretty much lifted from an old recipe in this ancient cookbook passed down from my great-grandmother with a few family touches, so I guess it's a secret family recipe.

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Apple Harvest CakeDesserts & Baking

by zirbirt | 11/3/2015

A super moist rich apple cake that is sure to delight.

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Simple Roasted Pumpkin SeedsBasic Recipes

by Razwick | 11/3/2015

Crunchy, delicious, some would even say healthy! Pumpkin seeds are where it's at for a savoury fall treat.

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