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Discussion in 'Links to Free Recipes' started by dutch, Mar 8, 2006.
Jillions of searchable recipes...
Nice place, from simple to highly technical stuff.
Recipes for serving 100 people or more.
This one is kind of like consumer reports for foodies. They don't advertise and they may make 100 cheese cakes to come up with the best recipe. Some of the stuff is free, some you have to join for. I love this one
Pie Iron and dutch oven recipes
What's cooking America
And for anyone who is addicted to hot and spicy foods and chiles
PA Dutch cooking
and lets not forget epicurious.com
No recipes, but damn helpful when you are missing something for a recipe.
100 cheesecakes! I want that job!
Just came across this site
Here is a link to competition winning chili recipes.
Just a few I have visited, hope I am not duplicating anyone else's.
Hope yall enjoy these.....
Stumbled onto this site today.
Here's a sample recipe especially for you folks that like some heat in what you eat.
IBT Wings!! (It Burns Twice)
2 pounds wings; dry
8 fluid ounces Grey Poupon honey Dijon
8 fluid ounces honey
4 habanero peppers
4 jalapeno pepper
6 fluid ounces Tabasco sauce
1/2 cup garlic flavored bread crumbs
4 teaspoons butter
cayenne; to taste
white pepper; to taste
black pepper; to taste
red pepper; to taste
1 tablespoon garlic; crushed
First mince up the peppers. I like to lightly sautÃ© them first in little olive oil. Then add the butter, honey, mustard, and hot sauce. Once it starts to loosen up a bit add your four crushed peppers. Don't get skimpy here!! If you like garlic--add the tbs. of minced garlic. Bring it all to a boil. Reduce heat to simmer for a little while. When your wings are cooked get a Tupperware bowl and put enough sauce in it to cover wings. Put the top on and shake!!
my other home away from home
lots of recipes,easy to look around, look around or join up to you
my name is BamBBQ on there
If you like Thai food, this is the place.
Extensive site with all sorts of recipes (most of which are user rated).
http://www.madsrecipes.com/ -a great source, especially if you use Mastercook software.
For those of us who like burgers:
All kinds of sections of recipes from appetizers to eggs, cakes, beans, pizza, budget, pickled...
Nice pictures of each recipe as well.