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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: ... "

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]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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#18614   Try a cold meatloaf sammie as a leftover Wildbilly 11/20/18 09:09:56 AM
#18613   Maybe the original recipe needs a little more Wildbilly 11/20/18 09:06:46 AM
#18612   ugh, those are structured in such a way Wildbilly 11/20/18 09:02:53 AM
#18611   Here's an innocuous, and even good, recipe for janice shell 11/20/18 01:02:05 AM
#18610   Need to make some tomato soup to get janice shell 11/19/18 09:23:02 PM
#18609   Different times and different circumstances. BullNBear52 11/19/18 04:33:16 PM
#18608   lol, try one of the British cryptic crosswords... janice shell 11/19/18 04:19:59 PM
#18607   lol, far as I'm concerned, burgers should ONLY janice shell 11/19/18 04:18:48 PM
#18606   I aced the NYT mini puzzle again today. BullNBear52 11/19/18 04:16:06 PM
#18605   My dad used to cook hamburgers on a BullNBear52 11/19/18 04:15:09 PM
#18604   I see that the most famous, the Times janice shell 11/19/18 03:27:09 PM
#18603   It sounds interesting, doesn't it? janice shell 11/19/18 03:22:07 PM
#18602   investorshub.advfn.com/uimage/uploads/2018/11/19/ncgqssaved.jpg BullNBear52 11/19/18 09:04:08 AM
#18601   The inn is in Connecticut and the gal Wildbilly 11/19/18 05:12:10 AM
#18600   oooh, I'd imagine they're wicked hard. Wildbilly 11/19/18 05:07:06 AM
#18599   Interesting, so don't let your meat loaf, Wildbilly 11/19/18 05:04:36 AM
#18598   It'd certainly be worth trying. While the janice shell 11/18/18 04:21:27 PM
#18597   I'm just reading the comments to that article. janice shell 11/18/18 04:13:01 PM
#18596   Whenever we think of oyster stuffings, we recall BullNBear52 11/18/18 04:12:03 PM
#18595   Sounds perfect! Though you know, there are janice shell 11/18/18 03:38:50 PM
#18594   I've heard of oyster dressing but never tried janice shell 11/18/18 03:24:53 PM
#18593   I can see the appeal of the recipe, janice shell 11/18/18 02:54:37 PM
#18592   I get where you are coming from now BullNBear52 11/18/18 02:39:05 PM
#18591   Do you ever do British crosswords? The janice shell 11/18/18 02:16:05 PM
#18590   That sounds very southern... janice shell 11/18/18 02:11:06 PM
#18589   It is usually done with NY strips. BullNBear52 11/18/18 01:00:16 PM
#18588   I've never heard such a thing as trimming Wildbilly 11/18/18 12:51:51 PM
#18587   My wife subscribes to them. BullNBear52 11/18/18 11:55:05 AM
#18586   The secret to Flo's recipe is to not BullNBear52 11/18/18 11:48:24 AM
#18585   Lighthouse Inn potatoes, saw it on "Cook's Country" yesterday, Wildbilly 11/18/18 11:24:56 AM
#18584   Steak 2" or more, pan seared Wildbilly 11/18/18 11:21:57 AM
#18583   oops, posted on the wrong board, Wildbilly 11/18/18 11:15:26 AM
#18582   Today's mini puzzle was a snap. took me BullNBear52 11/18/18 10:47:46 AM
#18581   I've heard of oyster dressing but never tried it. BullNBear52 11/18/18 10:45:48 AM
#18580   Gonna make these today if the Bailey's holds Flobewan 11/18/18 10:39:07 AM
#18579   I'm going with this for Thanksgiving. BullNBear52 11/18/18 10:35:48 AM
#18578   It sounds like it takes a lot of Flobewan 11/18/18 10:31:47 AM
#18577   I haven't given up on it. I checked BullNBear52 11/18/18 10:27:58 AM
#18576   Become a master cruciverbalist Wildbilly 11/18/18 10:04:21 AM
#18575   My sister always made oyster dressing covered in....wait Wildbilly 11/18/18 09:49:30 AM
#18574   Lots and lots of info about how to janice shell 11/18/18 12:24:43 AM
#18573   Yes, and those traditions are in part regional, janice shell 11/17/18 07:22:13 PM
#18572   Cool, to each their own Flobewan 11/17/18 07:16:00 PM
#18571   It is sooooo gooood, one of our faves Flobewan 11/17/18 07:14:30 PM
#18570   I liked the idea but your recipe takes BullNBear52 11/17/18 07:09:14 PM
#18569   Now that sound GOOD!!!. skizimus 11/17/18 07:08:35 PM
#18568   A lot of it is tradition. BullNBear52 11/17/18 07:03:05 PM
#18567   It'd go well with LINKS!!! janice shell 11/17/18 06:50:32 PM
#18566   I like fresh mushrooms myself, like I said, Flobewan 11/17/18 06:47:25 PM
#18565   lol, they're cute... janice shell 11/17/18 06:38:47 PM
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