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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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#17902   The slices are approx 3 1/2 x 3 Flobewan 01/08/17 10:01:37 AM
#17901   What is? dffhogs 01/07/17 11:56:20 PM
#17900   I think traditionally, food mills have always been janice shell 01/07/17 08:51:04 PM
#17899   Wowza. I remember back home in Maine Flobewan 01/07/17 08:48:55 PM
#17898   I used to have one, but never used janice shell 01/07/17 08:43:32 PM
#17897   I've seen those food mills before, bet they Flobewan 01/07/17 08:36:34 PM
#17896   In a way, they're similar to food mills. janice shell 01/07/17 08:31:10 PM
#17895   Never knew what they were until I saw Flobewan 01/07/17 08:02:45 PM
#17894   I think I've read about them in cookbooks janice shell 01/07/17 07:58:53 PM
#17893   Before you sent this I would have bet Flobewan 01/07/17 07:57:15 PM
#17892   They've been around for a long time. janice shell 01/07/17 07:55:01 PM
#17891   I'll tell you a funny, Last time I Flobewan 01/07/17 07:51:42 PM
#17890   I always knew about them, but I don't janice shell 01/07/17 07:49:30 PM
#17889   I'm telling ya, I had no clue what Flobewan 01/07/17 07:48:15 PM
#17888   And who says CSI wasn't an educational show? janice shell 01/07/17 07:47:05 PM
#17887   Too funny how I discovered the potato ricer Flobewan 01/07/17 07:46:20 PM
#17886   As I've said, I don't make mashed potatoes janice shell 01/07/17 07:05:16 PM
#17885   Oh yeah, like I said, there are cheaper Flobewan 01/07/17 07:02:14 PM
#17884   Interesting. I've been a victim of lumpy mashed BullNBear52 01/07/17 06:58:56 PM
#17883   No doubt that one would be worth springing janice shell 01/07/17 06:53:56 PM
#17882   Janice, this is the one I have, yes Flobewan 01/07/17 06:50:06 PM
#17881   For spinach, a ricer does a MUCH better janice shell 01/07/17 06:38:04 PM
#17880   A ricer is something I've never owned. Am BullNBear52 01/07/17 06:33:15 PM
#17879   Then making them would be nostalgic... janice shell 01/07/17 04:19:13 PM
#17878   I know what spaetzle is, I was stationed Flobewan 01/07/17 04:15:34 PM
#17877   LOL!! We buy things for… different reasons. janice shell 01/07/17 04:12:56 PM
#17876   Actually my ricer came with a recipe for Flobewan 01/07/17 04:10:46 PM
#17875   Mine doesn't have different-sized plates, only tiny holes, janice shell 01/07/17 04:08:01 PM
#17874   I use mine to make eggs salad and Flobewan 01/07/17 04:04:46 PM
#17873   Ricers are also good for squeezing excess water janice shell 01/07/17 04:03:48 PM
#17872   Cheesy Onion Mash Potatoes Flobewan 01/07/17 04:00:32 PM
#17871   The family were not very happy campers in janice shell 12/15/16 05:20:22 PM
#17870   Yeah, that's what I meant in an understated shajandr 12/15/16 05:17:26 PM
#17869   Ya can't eat cotton or tobacco (well, you janice shell 12/15/16 04:22:29 PM
#17868   "For some reason, greens of all kinds have shajandr 12/15/16 03:39:23 AM
#17867   Turnip, and more especially the rutabaga or 'Swede' shajandr 12/15/16 03:13:19 AM
#17866   Wow. It's hard to imagine molasses moving janice shell 11/26/16 02:36:09 PM
#17865   Solving a Mystery Behind the Deadly ‘Tsunami of BullNBear52 11/26/16 08:43:54 AM
#17864   For some reason, greens of all kinds have janice shell 11/23/16 02:21:29 PM
#17863   Here in NC the baby ones sort of BullNBear52 11/23/16 02:19:14 PM
#17862   Yes, those big waxed ones are hard as janice shell 11/23/16 02:14:03 PM
#17861   Up north the turnips were always the waxed BullNBear52 11/23/16 02:09:38 PM
#17860   You're only supposed to eat them once a year. BullNBear52 11/23/16 02:05:37 PM
#17859   True, they're traditional. But people don't seem janice shell 11/23/16 02:03:32 PM
#17858   Amazing how turnips didn't make the cut. BullNBear52 11/23/16 02:01:41 PM
#17857   LOLOLOL!! That seems to be a possibility. janice shell 11/23/16 01:41:23 PM
#17856   holy cow, let me guess...they call them funeral cintrix 11/23/16 01:39:12 PM
#17855   Here ya go: janice shell 11/23/16 01:37:37 PM
#17854   It seems tradition wins out, as it should janice shell 11/23/16 01:35:34 PM
#17853   I don't have to worry about it anymore. BullNBear52 11/23/16 12:40:59 PM
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