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Discussion in 'Cooking' started by lynninpa, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. crankybrandie

    crankybrandie New Member

    Oh i would love a copy. crankybrandie@ yahoo .com

    Im looking forward to it! Thanks for doing this. A very ambitious undertaking, and you have complete appreciation! :worship:
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  3. Tinker_Belle

    Tinker_Belle New Member

    I would love a copy too. My email is jewel6594@aol.com. Thank you for taking all the time to do it! :goodvibes
  4. Brandilovesdisney

    Brandilovesdisney New Member

  5. disneygal6568

    disneygal6568 making dreams come true

  6. TwingleMum

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  9. shalom

    shalom New Member

    I was going to make this, but the recipe puzzles me. Shouldn't a cracked wheat bread call for some cracked wheat? :confused3
  10. hbg4

    hbg4 Ask me where I'm going on my next vacation ? Disne

    Love this thread.
    Could you please send me the pdf file. Sent you a Pm.
    Thanks so much
  11. donna6635

    donna6635 New Member

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  13. Cynth

    Cynth New Member

    I would love to have a copy of the pdf


    thank you so much :thumbsup2
  14. debbiedoo

    debbiedoo New Member

    Add me to the list for a PDF copy! I also have two Disney cookbooks but nothing compares to this thread. Thanks!!


    Sent from my iPhone using DISBoards
  15. flagrandma

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  16. BDJazz

    BDJazz New Member

    Thanks for everything. May I have a copy of the PDF as well?


    Thanks again...
  17. Princess Katherine

    Princess Katherine The Yeti's Girlfriend

    I don't know if this has already been suggested :confused3 but I'm waaaay to lazy to look through these 200+ pages :p . I just got back from Disney a couple days ago :sad: my Mom and I decided to try the Wishes Dessert Party and in my hast, and excitement! I guzzled 20+ Mango Shooters. Does anyone know the recipe for them? So I can guzzle 20 more. ;)
  18. psimon

    psimon <font color=teal>Will travel for turkey legs!<br><

    Just curious.... what percentage completed are you?

    ---Paul in Southern NJ
  19. letthewookiewin

    letthewookiewin <font color=blue>"That's 'cause droids don't pull

    I would love a copy of the pdf as well. My email is mickey4president76@yahoo.com. I made the risotto from Le Cellier this weekend with boneless rosemary pork chops and it was amazing!! My DH insisted that I double the recipe for the risotto. By the time that I got to adding the cheese at the end, there was so much ,and it was so thick, that I had to have him finish making it for me. I made it on Saturday, the left overs were gone on Sunday, and the DSs keep bugging me to make it again.
  20. greeneeyes

    greeneeyes New Member

    You don't need to scroll through pages and pages just go to the Index (it's stickied at the top of this forum) and look up your favorites (hit control F and a small box will open on the top right, type in what you want and if it's there it will
    highlight it for you).

    EDIT: I looked and it's not there.
  21. bigsis1970

    bigsis1970 Eating and Drinking our way around the Food & Wine

    this recipe has been converted from a larger quantity in the restaurant kitchens and not tested for home use. The flavor profile may vary from the restaurant&#8217;s version.

    Tusker House
    Basmati Rice with Toasted Almonds


    1 lb. basmati rice
    3 cups water
    2 Tbsp. canola olive oil blend
    1 Tbsp. Kosher salt
    1/8 teas. ground black pepper
    2 each cinnamon sticks
    1/2 each lemon cut in wedges
    1 cup toasted almonds
    1 Tbsp. Green Cardamom seeds

    1. Rinse Rice under cold water until water runs clear, around 20
    2. Put drained rice in rice cooker, cover with water, and add salt,
    pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, oil & lemon and turn on. Stir every 10 minutes until done.
    3. Remove from heat and toss into toasted almonds.

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