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                                                                      Image Courtesy of Marie (az2820)

 

This board is for food lovers everywhere!!!!!

This is a place to share those treasured family recipes and to gain knowledge of different types of cuisines.

Gary has assembled a website to compile and index the posted recipes.

He has requested that the recipes be posted in the following format so that he can add them easier to the website:

Recipe Example: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Sample Soup Ingredients:
1 tsp - AAAAAA
3 pounds - GGGGGG
2 cups - MMMMMM
4 oz - TTTTT

Directions: 1- ... 2- ... 3- ...

Notes: ... "

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

]We appreciate any and all recipes that are posted, but if they are not posted in the requested format they will not be indexed on Gary's website. Thanks For Posting! _ _ _

Onebgg's (Gary) iH Recipe (Indexed) Website: http://www.onebgg.net/ihrecipes/index.html

Here are a few recipe links that some may find useful:

Abbreviations Measurements (from site):
http://www.onebgg.net/ihrecipes/measurespage.html


Better Homes and Garden Food:
http://recipe.bhg.com

 


Cooks.com:
http://www.cooks.com/rec/
Courtesy of hasher5.


Copy Cat recipes:
http://www.copykat.com/copykat-recipes/copykat-recipes/top-rated-recipes.html
Courtesy of MP503, Ronaldo


Crockpot Recipes - Recommended:
http://www.cookingcache.com/crockpot.html
Courtesy of Marie
(AZ2820)


Culinary.net:
http://www.culinary.net


Emeril's is previous site:
http://www.emerils.com/featurettes/emeril_salutes.htm


Food & Drink Recipes:
http://www.epicurious.com

 


Food TV:
http://www.foodtv.com


Fossil Farms - All kinds of meat:
http://fossilfarmsostrich.com/index.htm
Courtesy of Sputnick


Kraft Food Recipes (requires registering)
http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf


Phoenix Gas Grill Recipes:

http://www.phoenixgrill.com/recipe.htm
Courtesy of junkmasterg


Martha Stewart:
http://www.marthastewart.com

 


Mr. Emeril's kicking it up a notch:
http://www.emerils.com/index.php


Soul food website courtesy of Lodi:
http://chitterlings.com/


Whole Food Recipes:
http://www.deliciouswisdom.com/ 
http://www.elise.com/recipes/
Courtesy of Todd H
 

 

Bon Appétit & Have Fun!!!!!

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#21106   I'm sure you can find it packed in janice shell 04/10/21 07:35:45 PM
#21105   Hola Janice, Trueheart 04/10/21 07:09:15 PM
#21104   The mayo in the tuna can is practical. janice shell 04/10/21 01:43:52 AM
#21103   I'm hip, Janice! Trueheart 04/10/21 01:41:11 AM
#21102   Yes, the definition of comfort food. janice shell 04/09/21 04:05:42 PM
#21101   The art suggests two things to me: there Trueheart 04/09/21 01:51:01 PM
#21100   Suddenly I feel ill. hahahaha BullNBear52 04/09/21 08:08:13 AM
#21099   Hilarious!! People Sent Us Photos of Their Go-To Existential janice shell 04/08/21 10:06:58 PM
#21098   Art for the year(s) of the pandemic: janice shell 04/08/21 09:42:31 PM
#21097   There are similarities. janice shell 04/07/21 06:24:15 PM
#21096   A time saver. BullNBear52 04/07/21 06:21:45 PM
#21095   Eeeeeuuuuwwww! And he left out the roll and janice shell 04/07/21 03:34:33 PM
#21094   Eeeeeuuuuwwww! janice shell 04/07/21 03:33:58 PM
#21093   How to make your own airline food at BullNBear52 04/07/21 09:30:57 AM
#21092   To each his own. My wife doesn't like BullNBear52 04/06/21 05:50:37 PM
#21091   Humph. I hate eggs. And I bake my janice shell 04/06/21 05:29:33 PM
#21090   Damn it I should said the original. BullNBear52 04/06/21 05:28:01 PM
#21089   ...and then it was replaced by "MyPlate" in 2011. janice shell 04/06/21 01:51:25 PM
#21088   Yep. Clearly they're after us. Fruits and veggies janice shell 04/06/21 01:50:31 PM
#21087   I am still stuck on the food pyramid. BullNBear52 04/06/21 09:20:08 AM
#21086   Twinkies would never do anything like that, I Trueheart 04/06/21 02:33:25 AM
#21085   Fruits and Vegetables Are Trying to Kill You janice shell 04/05/21 09:30:42 PM
#21084   How funny! I wonder if his food was janice shell 03/30/21 03:36:54 PM
#21083   Mafia fugitive was living a quiet island life. BullNBear52 03/30/21 12:31:08 PM
#21082   Hey I have done quite well at Costco BullNBear52 03/27/21 05:47:59 PM
#21081   Thanks for posting the article, BnB. Trueheart 03/27/21 04:51:58 PM
#21080   I can't wait for the second season. It janice shell 03/27/21 04:44:10 PM
#21079   The Timeless Fantasy of Stanley Tucci Eating Italian Food BullNBear52 03/27/21 02:52:55 PM
#21078   The squeaky wheel gets the oil! BullNBear52 03/18/21 08:50:27 AM
#21077   Hey, BnB, Trueheart 03/17/21 09:33:46 PM
#21076   I searched high and low to get the BullNBear52 03/17/21 02:32:01 PM
#21075   I searched high and low to get the Trueheart 03/17/21 02:20:14 PM
#21074   So how was the blind date? BullNBear52 03/05/21 01:35:25 PM
#21073   My Experiment Tonight for Dinner. Both guys said Flobewan 03/04/21 07:25:01 PM
#21072   I suppose that's especially true with Asian stuff, janice shell 03/04/21 01:20:57 PM
#21071   As I walk down the aisle in stores dukeb 03/04/21 06:12:10 AM
#21070   Bored by the same old condiments? janice shell 03/03/21 11:31:28 PM
#21069   We also had escaped guinea hens Wildbilly 03/03/21 01:13:13 PM
#21068   I am jealous. BullNBear52 03/03/21 12:27:07 PM
#21067   When I lived in MA they used to BullNBear52 03/03/21 12:26:43 PM
#21066   Neat thing is we had woods and fields Wildbilly 03/03/21 11:49:58 AM
#21065   Classic, my dad was a pheasant hunter too, Wildbilly 03/03/21 11:41:55 AM
#21064   Yes when I lived in MA and hunted BullNBear52 03/03/21 11:33:33 AM
#21063   It was cool watching the Indians, the only Wildbilly 03/03/21 11:33:16 AM
#21062   Kroger's here have a pretty good variety of Wildbilly 03/03/21 11:22:18 AM
#21061   I used to buy Haddon House wild rice BullNBear52 03/03/21 11:12:02 AM
#21060   Broccoli works as well, Wildbilly 03/03/21 11:06:54 AM
#21059   It was prolific in N. Michigan, been served Wildbilly 03/03/21 10:55:50 AM
#21058   I have become a fan of wild rice BullNBear52 03/03/21 10:47:29 AM
#21057   Yum, that's me! Wildbilly 03/03/21 10:42:59 AM
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