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Cool Recipes images

February 28, 2012 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

Some cool recipes images:

Great Grandma’s Pickle Recipes
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Image by Chiot’s Run
Last week my mom and I went down to my grandma’s house to go through some stuff. I asked my cousin about a few of my grandma’s recipes so I could take a few photos of them. She showed me all of grandma’s recipe boxes, they were filled with cards she’d written recipes on and clippings from magazines. She also showed me my great grandma’s recipe book. It was a collection of recipes scratched and pasted in to an old Railroad Ledger. It’s so great to see old well-used recipes written by my grandmothers.

I’m planning on taking these and making each one, taking photos and making a cookbook of family recipes, including photos of the recipes written by my grandma’s. I think this will make a wonderful Christmas present for family members.

chiotsrun.com/2010/03/24/heirloom-recipes/

recipe – five-layer blackberry swirl cheesecake with fresh blackberries – _MG_3268
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Image by sean dreilinger
copyright © 2007 sean dreilinger
view recipe – five-layer blackberry swirl cheesecake with fresh blackberries – _MG_3268 on a black background.

Cool Cookbook images

February 27, 2012 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Wortley Arms Charity Cookbook
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Image by PaulDCocker
Seleted images from the Wortley Arms Charity Cookbook

Wortley Arms Charity Cookbook
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Image by PaulDCocker
Seleted images from the Wortley Arms Charity Cookbook

1980 Olympic Games Cookbook
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Image by mod as hell
I felt like finally starting to post my Olympics-themed stuff for some reason! this cookbook is 1979, Wm. C. Brown Company, found at a thrift store, probably, years ago

Cool Recipes images

February 25, 2012 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

Check out these recipes images:

mint tea & recipe
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Image by austinevan
we enjoyed some energizing mint tea at a rest shop while on the long drive to the North African coast

After sampling various mint teas throughout Middle-East and Africa I found the "perfect" recipe (a very typical recipe for North African Mint Tea):

Ingredients:

8-12 leaves of fresh mint
4-6 leaves of fresh sage
1-2 sprigs of chamomile
1-2 t of "gunpowder" green tea
lots of sugar

In a small tea pot, add all ingredients, add boiling water to the fill, allow to steep for 3-5 minutes.

Serve in small glasses pouring from above the glass to create the traditional "foam" (takes some practice doing this – be careful).

substitute dried sage but use much less as dried sage tends to be much stronger and can give the tea a very bitter taste.

Coconut Butter Mochi Recipe
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Image by hawaiianfoodrecipe
Coconut Butter Mochi Recipe

Best Ever Lasagna (Lasagne) Recipe
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Image by VancityAllie
Best Ever Lasagna (Lasagne) Recipe

Recipe can be found at www.VancityAllie.com or you can follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/VancityAllie

Nice Cookbook photos

February 24, 2012 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

Some cool cookbook images:

Vintage Cookbooks – Feasts For All Seasons – Roy Andries De Groot
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Image by GranniesKitchen
Beautifully illustrated by Tom Funk, this is a unique cookbook in which De Groot uses the seasons as a guide to variety, adventure and excellence in day-to-day family eating. The author describes gourmet family meals for special occasions throughout the four seasons of the year. For the author, his wife and two daughters any meal was a special occasion, and all these menus, recipes and cooking methods were worked out and perfected in the author"s kitchen. The author writes, "This book is a record of the gastronomic experiences of our family, set down over many years and now arranged for the gastronomic pleasure of other families."

Vintage Cookbooks – Feasts For All Seasons – Roy Andries De Groot
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Image by GranniesKitchen
Beautifully illustrated by Tom Funk, this is a unique cookbook in which De Groot uses the seasons as a guide to variety, adventure and excellence in day-to-day family eating. The author describes gourmet family meals for special occasions throughout the four seasons of the year. For the author, his wife and two daughters any meal was a special occasion, and all these menus, recipes and cooking methods were worked out and perfected in the author"s kitchen. The author writes, "This book is a record of the gastronomic experiences of our family, set down over many years and now arranged for the gastronomic pleasure of other families."

Chef Ian Checks his Cookbook
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Image by GoonSquadSarah
Gabe made Ian a cookbook that has pictures of all the ingredients. He LOVES it.

Nice Family Meals photos

February 22, 2012 · Posted in Family Meals · Comment 

Some cool family meals images:

My Mum and my Aunt
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Image by practicalowl
Photo taken by my sister.

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