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Belgian-Style Yeast Waffles

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The secret ingredient chefs won't admit using

Homemade velveeta cheese---REALLY easy and quick and ready to use for those recipes that must be made with it like chili con queso dip; broccoli cheese casserole; broccoli cheese soup (Ann's recipe).

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Garibaldi-Golden Raisin Biscuit Cookies (Sunshine)

These biscuit/cookies were made by Sunshine Biscuit Company in Saginaw, Michigan and later by Keebler.(1996) These are flat raisin-filled cookies-(cracker/biscuits), but now have dropped them from their line-up- This recipe is in part from King Arthur Flour/part improvised -these are not real sweet and are very good.They are great with or without sugar on top. I like them without the sugar on top, believe it or not! Sometimes I fill them with dried fruit such as , cranberries or ...


CAMELOT ~ Camelot was a fictitious city first named as Arthur's principal home some time in the 12th century. John Leland, in 1542, claimed Cadbury Castle was the "real" Camelot. Cadbury was the head quarters for a 5th century king. Its west country location gives it credibility as the original Camelot. Camelot is a dream city, a "chivalric Utopia" Arthur's personal capital from whence he doles out justice, hosts grand feasts, and makes brave knights.

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

I just tried this gluten free chocolate chip cookie recipe and it is hands down the BEST g free cookie recipe I've ever used. Amazing!!!


Bradley James - Arthur on BBC's Merlin.... or is it Arthur playing Bradley James in real life?

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St. Lucia Buns

[Overnight Panettone: King Arthur Flour] This traditional Italian holiday bread will stay fresh longer when it's made with an overnight starter.


King Arthur. Born in Wales.Birth date and Death date is unknown. According to legend, Arthur was a Celtic king who started the Knights of the Round Table. Arthurian legend rose with Geoffrey of Monmouth's 12th century romances, continued with the work of Sir Thomas Malory in the 15th century and was revived in the Victorian era by poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. Arthur may have been a real king who defended Wales from Saxon invasion during the 5th–6th centuries.