REQUESTS from Thursday, May 14, 1998

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Betty E. Kohler

May 15, 1998, 3:00:00 AM5/15/98

Requests from Thursday:

Native American Recipes
Bleu Cheese Butter
Au Bon Pain's Tarragon Chicken Salad
Baked Lemon Pepper Cod
Good Honey-Mustard Sauce
Flour Tortilla Roll-ups
Ginger/Raisin Cookies
Pillsbury Date Bread Mix
Sugar Free Ice Cream
Low-Fat Cuisine
New England Cuisine
Quiche, Quiche and then
More Quiche (A Double Whammy!)
Boston Market Ketchup
Palt (Swedish Potato Dumpling)
Portable Vegetables
Banana Cream Pie
Spanish Rice
Barbecue Weiners
Best Hot Italian Sandwich - Garibaldi
Mexican Spaghetti
Chili Pecans
Colorado Green Chili
Coconut Fried Shrimp
Using Rhubarb


From: (Steve Zielinski)
Date: 14 May 1998 12:49:53 GMT
Subject: Native American Recipes

I'm trying to locate Native American recipes. I searched my database and
found only one. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can offer.


From: "David Fritts" <>
Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 08:13:59 -0400
Subject: Bleu Cheese Butter

Does anyone have a recipe for Blue-Cheese Butter, it is used on top of
steaks. Thanks


From: jb <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 08:07:03 -0400
Subject: Au Bon Pain's Tarragon Chicken Salad

The recent post of a recipe for Tarragon Turkey Salad reminds me: Au
Bon Pain has stopped selling its Tarragon Chicken Salad, which I can
sometimes work up a craving for. I have tried to duplicate it and have
been fairly successful but am wondering if anyone has THE recipe. I
suppose as the REAL version slips further and further into the dim
recesses of my memory, I will get less picky about it. Thanks
[MOD: You could TRY asking them for the recipe. Tell them that you
can't live without it! Then, of course, share it with us!]


From: "Ed Maurus" <>
Date: 14 May 1998 22:37:49 GMT
Subject: Baked Lemon Pepper Cod

Looking for recipe for a baked Lemon Pepper Cod. Thanks.


From: Neal Seidl <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 18:11:52 -0500
Subject: Good Honey-Mustard Sauce

I would appreciate a source (or recipe) for some good honey mustard
sauce. I am thinking of something like you get at Chili's or TGI
Friday's. Everything I have bought or made from recipes so far tastes
If anyone knows the taste I am talking about and knows of some that
tastes comparable I would really appreciate help! Thanks


From: "John" <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 17:59:27 -0500
Subject: Flour Tortilla Roll-ups

My mom is looking for a recipe that she lost. She knew it under the name
"Mona's Little Hot Things" since this probably means nothing to most people,
I'll attempt to describe it: A combination of cream cheese, shredded
cheddar, green chilies and more unknown things, spread on a flour tortilla,
rolled up and sliced into pinwheels for an appetizer.
Please help, she would like to make this for a party next week.
Thanks in advance


Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 22:48:33 GMT
Subject: Ginger/Raisin Cookies

Looking for ginger/raisin cookie recipe. Local bakery has these
goodies (but unwilling to give out their recipe). Chewy and
great tasting. Can someone help by posting? Thanks.


From: (Jonathan Torres)
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 18:54:15 GMT
Subject: Enchiladas

Could someone post some recipes on making enchiladas
with monterey jack/white cheeses instead of the yellow/cheddar cheese
variety. I am more interested in the sauce, but cheese variety is
also wanted.
I am on a crusade to find the best cheese enchiladas around.
I've gotten a little tired of the popular cheddar cheese and chili con
carne sauce combinations.
In San Antonio, Texas there is a Mexican resturant that makes
Enchiladas Tejanas which is a white cheese/monterey jack filling
topped with a brownish/salty sauce. These are delicious. So far,
those are the best enchiladas I've found. Thanks.


From: (CatFaerie5)
Date: 14 May 1998 17:45:24 GMT
Subject: Pillsbury Date Bread Mix

My mom used to make wonderful cookies called Date Bake Crunchies from a long
ago Pillsbury bake-off. The recipe called for a box of Pillsbury Date Bread
Mix, which I can no longer find. Does anyone know where I can get Date Bread
Mix, or how I can make my own? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Please e-mail me and post here for the group. Thank you kindly!


From: Aris Stathakis <ar...@sco.COM>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 17:12:52 +0100
Subject: Sugar Free Ice Cream

Anyone got a recipe for Sugar-Free ice cream?


From: "Maria Kozachenko" <>
Date: 14 May 98 16:39:37 GMT
Subject: Low-Fat Cuisine

I am looking for some low-fat, low-calorie recipes. If anybody has any
please send them to me and post them on the newsgroup. Thanks.


Date: 14 May 1998 13:56:48 GMT
Subject: New England Cuisine

I'm looking for some traditional New England style recipes, Rhode Island in
particular. Anything anyone might have would be a big help.


From: Martin <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 17:09:43 -0500
Subject: Quiche

I need a recipe for quiche... I just got a new quiche dish and need to
try something FAIRLY easy for a beginner. Thanks.


From: (Cyndee D)
Date: 14 May 1998 13:10:11 GMT
Subject: More Quiche

I'm collecting recipes for various kinds of quiches--would welcome any unusual
variations other than the standard Quiche Lorraine! Anything with veggies or
various cheeses or unusual ingredients would be appreciated! Thanks, gang!


From: (Cyndee D)
Date: 14 May 1998 13:05:31 GMT
Subject: Boston Market Ketchup

Whenever I order a Meatloaf Carver Sandwich at Boston Market it is served
with some sort of sweet, tangy ketchup that is sort of a combination of honey,
ketchup or barbecue sauce. Anyone have a reasonable imitation? Or better
the secret recipe? Thanks to all


Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 23:44:54 -0700
Subject: Palt (Swedish Potato Dumpling)

Recently got back from a trip to northern Sweden, where I fell in love with
one of the traditional dishes. Palt is a potato dumpling, served in a
variety of ways. I got a pretty general idea of the recipe (potato, flour,
and salt, mixed together and then boiled), but would appreciate a more
detailed one if someone out there has one. Thanks!


From: "Julie K. Barton" <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 22:01:37 -0500
Subject: Portable Vegetables

As a full-time student (and dieter!) I would appreciate portable recipes for
vegetables that do not include much added flour or sugar. I get sick of
carrot and celery sticks, and wonder if there are any sort of patties or
bars, wraps, etc. that can be made where I can still get my fresh vegetables
on the go. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.


From: (Kyle Stewart)
Date: 15 May 1998 02:36:56 GMT
Subject: Banana Cream Pie

Does anyone have a recipe for banana cream pie? Desperately seeking.


From: Marc Tressel <>
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 1998 12:09:01 -0500
Subject: Spanish Rice

I am looking for a recipe to make plain white spanish rice, like they
make in restaurants. If any one has the recipe I would appreciate it if
they could e-mail and post here. Thank you


From: AK BigMama <>
Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 00:25:46 EDT
Subject: Barbecue Weiners

My mom loved to cook and experiment with new recipes. She used to make some
dishes that I loved, but after she died a few years ago, the recipes were
lost. I would appreciate any assistance in finding this one again.
Barbecue Weiners -- this recipe specifically instructed that the weiners
be sliced partway through (diagonally, I think) and contained finely chopped
Maybe it's just fond memories of mom, but I remember that these dishes were
scrumptious, and I'd love to be able to recreate them. Thank you.


From: "Pat Carlin" <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 11:13:31 -0700
Subject: Fudgsicles

My mom used to make fudgsicles (chocolate ice cream bars)
using a recipe that called for Chocolate flavoured Jello
Instant Pudding. Would anyone have this recipe?


From: (Lon Ponschock)
Date: 13 May 1998 18:55:51 -0500
Subject: Best Hot Italian Sandwich - Garibaldi

In the past I was able to get what was called a Garibaldi Sandwich.
It is served hot and has sweet peppers and various sliced meat
and cheeses.
I need to know the best home oven technique -- including
the Oil and Vinegar dressing for making this restaurant
favorite of mine. :-)
please cc: thanks


From: (Allymcbea1)
Date: 14 May 1998 03:01:12 GMT
Subject: Mexican Spaghetti

Once a friend of mine made mexican spaghetti and it
was delicious! i figure it's just spaghetti with
hot peppers, but does anyone have a recipe?


From: "Joe Greer" <Xjg...@iquest.netX>
Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 21:40:22 -0500
Subject: Chili Pecans

I am looking for recipes for chili pecans. A friend of mine got some from
New Mexico and I would like to try making them myself.


From: James Price <>
Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 21:39:04 -0500
Subject: Colorado Green Chili

I used to live in Southern Colorado, and we used to make a wonderful
stew with pork, tomatos, green chilis, etc. Does anyone have an
authentic recipe for this delicious dish? Please email me as well
as post for the others. Thank You!


From: Don Dunagan <>
Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 22:22:00 -0400
Subject: Coconut Fried Shrimp

Does anyone have a good Coconut Fried Shrimp recipe. I recently visited
Key West and had this recipe there. They were wonderful. Thanks in


From: "Dennis De St Jeor" <>
Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 11:56:54 +1000
Subject: Croissants

Anyone have a good simple croissant recipe.


From: "M. Jayne Britton" <>
Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 20:50:25 -0700
Subject: Using Rhubarb

Need recipes using rhubarb. Have anything including something
new and different?

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