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My First & Favorite Places. Without these people I would never have become such a devout webtver.

WEBCIPES
Recipes from the folks at alt.discuss.cooking. Great bunch of people.
Lucille's Cooking Sites Quick Keys.
With this you need nothing more.
Harriet's Tea Time!
Pies, pies, she has the pie recipes. Ummy!
Heavenly Delights.
A GREAT Page. Check out PJ's "Tea Room".
Lil_Cheffette's Kids Cooking Cafe.
Heather brings the kids point of view to cooking.
Recipe Tree
Great recipes from my email friends.
Jackie's Favorite Recipes
Thank you JackieAnn for putting together so many wonderful recipes.
Hummingbirdmom's Culinary Expresso!
So many sites, too little time. ;-)

My Favorite Recipe Links!

All Recipes.
The Recipe Network.
Bob's Kitchen Magic.
Great Place.
Food Fun.
Lots here.
Y2Kitchen.
Canned Food & Shelf Life Information.
Copycat Recipes.
You Guessed It.
Kellogg Kitchens.
The name speaks for itself.
Recipes Archive.
Too many to choose from.
RecipeLand
20,000 Recipes.
Taste of the Southwest.
Mexican Food and more.
Brown Bag Lunch.
Back to school lunches.
Coupons
Thank you JersGirl for this.
Living With Diabetes.
Very helpful site.
Diabetic Recipes.
This site is wonderful for the diabetic needs.
Index Of Recipes.
So many, so little time.
Recipe Shortcut Keys.
JersGirl did it again.
Bread Making Made Easy.
Yummy.
Fatfree.
Low fat vegetarian recipe archive.
Wonderful Life Recipes.
Food does make life wonderful.
Pork Recipe Archives
Love those chops.
DineNet.
MenusOnline around the world.
Mama's House.
Something is usually good here.
Mimi's Cyber Kitchen.
Lots of food, cooking tips, links here.
Recipe Links Galore.
The name is the truth.
Recipes A-Z.
Soup to nuts.
Recipes O' Links.
More than you could ever use.
Soups.
I do love soup.
Gourmet Connection.
Food, Living and Health.
The Gumbo Pages.
In South Louisiana, we know gumbo.
Online Epicure.
Epicure=a person with sensitive tastes.
Epicurious.
I am very curious. ;-)
The Cook's Thesaurus.
Substitutions for cooking ingredients. Wow, 1000's.
It's Candy Time.
Duh! Sweet Tooth?
Flora's Collection of Cheesecake Recipes.
Yummy! For the tummy.
Hershey Web Site.
I Love Chocolate.
Campbell's Community.
So good.
Spice Usage.
A pinch of this, a pinch of that.
1st Traveler's Choice Internet Cookbook
Wow, you will love this place.
The BBQ Cooking Homepage.
It's summer time. Great place.
Nancy's Death By Chocolate!
What a way to go! Chocolate, yes!
Need A Recipe?...Call Mom!
Mom's (not mine) homecooking.
Food Links
Many, many links here.
The Cookie Jar
Cookies, lots of cookies. I love cookies.
The Wheatfree Kitchen
When wheat "free" is called for. This is a good site.
Herbs
History of herbs, web sites, herbs and use, etc.
Flora's Recipe Hideout
A WOW!! site. Lots here by category.


Here is a recipe for a happy life!

Take a couple of whole months, clean them thoroughly of all Bitterness, Rumors, Hate and Jealousy; in other words, make them as fresh and as clean as possible.
Now cut each month into 28, 30 or 31 different parts... But don't make up the whole batch at once.. Instead prepare it One Day At A Time.
Mix well each day: One part of Faith, One of Patience, One of Courage, One of Work,
Add one part each of: Hope, Faithfulness, Generosity, Kindness;
Blend with: One part Prayer, One part Meditation Good Deeds.
Season the whole with: a dash of Good Spirit, a sprinkle of Fun, a pinch of Play a cupful of Good Humor.
Pour all of this into a Vessel Of Love,
Cook thoroughly over Radiant Joy Garnish with Smiles
serve with Quietness, Unselfishness and Cheerfulness And you are bound to have a Happy Life.

Thank you Bobthefloorman for this.



Kitchen Tip

Why does aluminum foil cool off so quickly when you take it from the oven?

The Answer: Ever since I was a kid I've always been a little surprised at how soon you can touch aluminum foil that had just been wrapped around food in a hot oven. The foil is plenty hot while in the oven, but in a matter of seconds after you remove it it's approaching room temperature. The reasons is there to see and feel: aluminum foil is very thin--less than a thousandth of an inch thick--so all the heat is always near the surface and can be quickly dissipated once out of the oven. By the way, aluminum isn't the only metal that could be made into foil and used in cooking. Gold and silver conduct heat efficiently too, but then how much do you want to pay to cook a roast?

Now that you have the recipe, start cooking!


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