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145 Year Old Bubble and Squeak

This is an original bubble and squeak recipe from "Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management" one of the classic English cookery books. It was published between 1859 and 1861 when Isabella Beeton was in her early 20s and has remained in print since that time. Mrs Beeton advised that the time to make this recipe was "altogether 1/2 hour", it was seasonable "at any time" and the cost, exclusive of the cold beef, was 3d. The number of servings this recipe makes depends on the quantity of ingredients you use - 1/4 shredded cabbage makes enough for a side dish for 2. If you prefer a vegetarian version, you could substitute mashed potatoes for the beef. - Similiar recipes

Adobo De Chile

Spicy seasoning paste for cooking or canning chipotles. From Rick Bayless, Frontera Grill in Chicago. This recipe can be half anchos and half guajillos or all chipotle, any combination of dried chiles to taste. Straining is a matter of personal preference. For cooking I don't usually bother with it, as long as the puree is very fine. For canning, I do work the recipe through one of those old-fashioned v-shaped food mills with the wooden pestle. I recommend any of Rick Bayless' books for more in-depth instructions on regional Mexican techniques. - Similiar recipes
Algerian Lamb and Lentil Soup

Algerian Lamb and Lentil Soup

Maria Luisa Scott and Jack Denton Scotts have traveled the world and collected its recipes in their many books. This is from "A World of Pasta". Posted for ZWT3 - Northern Africa. The lentils must be soaked for 2 hours before cooking so plan ahead. - Similiar recipes

All-in-One Pot Saucy Pasta

I found this recipe in a Kraft What's Cooking magazine and thought that it looked really good, and since I love quick supper ideas, this one wins in my books. - Similiar recipes

Aromatherapy Salt Glow

This will make your skin feel amazingly soft and smooth! I typically use Geranium and Lemongrass oil for this but zaar didn't recognize Geranium; Lavender will work well though. I've read in Aromatherapy books that Lemongrass fights fungi and is used for some skin disorders. It also helps with muscle aches and revitalizes, however it can cause skin iritation in some people so you may want to first try it with less of the lemongrass oil or skip it. If you are pregnant, just use the salt and olive oil. - Similiar recipes

Raspberry Wine Vinegar Recipe

this is a recipe I got from one of my Christmas cook books but with red raspberries coming in this is the perfect time to make it....the prep time does not include the time that the raspberries marinate in the vinegar...I was also thinking of trying it using rice vinegar and see how that turns out - Similiar recipes
Tropical Watermelon Smoothie

Tropical Watermelon Smoothie

I found this in one of my smoothies & juices books, lovely & refreshing, toddler DD was most impressed with this one. I subbed milk & some coconut milk powder for the coconut cream & it worked a treat. - Similiar recipes
Barely Cooked Salmon with Parmesan Polenta and Mushroom Consommé

Barely Cooked Salmon with Parmesan Polenta and Mushroom Consommé

Editor's note: This recipe is excerpted from Eric Ripert and Michael Ruhlman's book the A Return To Cooking. \r\n\r\nTo read more about Ripert, click here.\r\n\r\nHere salmon is poached simply in salt water and served very rare with mushrooms and a mushroom broth, along with creamy polenta. The polenta adds a starch that the salmon needs, but it is also delicate and won't overwhelm the flavors of the fish. Mushrooms and polenta are a great classical pair, and a sturdy, satisfying match for the meaty salmon. - Similiar recipes

Red Snapper and Cepes in a Port Reduction

Editor's note: This recipe is excerpted from Maguy Le Coze and Eric Ripert's book the Le Bernardin Cookbook. \r\nTo read more about Ripert, click here. \r\n\r\nEric: My friend Albert Core gave me the idea to combine port and sherry vinegar, and after some experimenting, I found a way to do it. The result was this snapper, my first signature dish at Le Bernardin. Everyone loved it immediately, except for Maguy, who didn't even want to put it on the menu. Now, of course, she loves it, too. \r\n\r\nMaguy: I didn't want this dish going on the menu, and Gilbert said he didn't care, he loved it. It was the first time we disagreed. So I invited some friends for dinner and asked them what they thought. They all said it was great. I was furious! Now I love it, so much so that the kitchen knows to send extra sauce on the side. - Similiar recipes

Other Gluten Free Recipes:
delicious - lasagne - collard greens - quick - onion soup - crockpot - butternut squash soup - dirty rice - carrot cake - baked

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