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Topic Started: Jul 3 2007, 02:28:25 AM (3,823 Views)
TerritorianTori
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Post your favourite recipe websites here.
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TerritorianTori
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Food Down Under
http://www.fooddownunder.com
It says "down under", but it's really a huge collection of recipes from all over the world. There is a metric-to-imperial converter too.

Top Secret Recipes
http://www.topsecretrecipes.com
A huge database of copycat recipes for things like Hidden Valley Ranch dressing and Sonic's Cherry Limeade (two of my most favourite things)
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trix
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NZ Women's Weekly:

http://www.nzww.co.nz/food/

(Check out the Mexican Bean Stew lol...it's chilli!)

Australian Women's Weekly:

http://aww.ninemsn.com.au/section.aspx?sec...ectionname=food
Americans in Adelaide on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/group.php?gid=18654578423
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elsja
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I'm addicted to www.allrecipes.com these days. There are a million user reviews and suggestions on how to modify the recipes. you can easily change the size of the recipe and change from metric to US standards. It's helpful because there are still things I like to measure in cups/oz and then some things now that I am forced to measure in grams, etc. so I can go back and forth. People can upload pics of their versions of the recipes.

I'm on this site tons lately!
Elsja's Bloggity Blog

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i<3sydney
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i use to use allrecipes and frequent the food network site a lot as well.
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Lisa66
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This is the BEST ever cranberry sauce recipe!

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Spiced-Cranberry-Sauce-with-Zinfandel-105838

It is so easy and you will get a ton of compliments. I found whole frozen cranberries in a produce / fruit market. I use shiraz instead of zin (buy a cheap cleanskin bottle). The only recipe tweak is that I always find it takes longer than 10 minutes to reduce.

Bon appetit!
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West_Texan
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www. texasbeefcouncil.com
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West_Texan
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This is a good one!

http://www.txbeef.org/recipe_book/homestyle_favorites

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rfcroc
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This homemade flour tortilla recipe is really good, but be sure to follow the instructions on resting the dough.

http://www.homesicktexan.com/2007/03/and-end-to-my-quest-flour-tortillas.html

You need a big cast-iron pan (love my Lodge pan :) ) or if you're lucky and have one, a Cast Iron Tortilla Pan.

I've tried many other recipes but this one is my favorite.
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Oregon Trail
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I love this site! I have tried several of her recipes with a lot of success :)

http://www.copykat.com

This lady is also on youtube as Stephanie Manley.
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Hanasian
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rfcroc
Jan 8 2014, 09:01:35 AM
This homemade flour tortilla recipe is really good, but be sure to follow the instructions on resting the dough.

http://www.homesicktexan.com/2007/03/and-end-to-my-quest-flour-tortillas.html

You need a big cast-iron pan (love my Lodge pan :) ) or if you're lucky and have one, a Cast Iron Tortilla Pan.

I've tried many other recipes but this one is my favorite.
Haven't seen that site before. Will have to check it out and mine some recipes from it.
As for my tortillas, I prefer corn, and made my own a few times. But now, I buy. I found none better than La Tortilleria unless it is Dona Cholita.
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