Honey Nut Cream
Measure out cream to match amount of honey. Mix until it is the thickness you want. Add nuts. Also add alcohol if you want.
This recipe was contributed by Turner.
Sea Otter's Savory Scone Spread
mix cream cheese well with chives, crab meat and lemon juice. shape into a block and garnish with parsley. serve chilled on scones or crackers.
This recipe was donated by Mistress Nine.
This recipe donated by Starbob Fleetpaw.
*note: To make oat flour at home, gring rolled oats in a blender or food processer and measure out the ammount you need for the recipie. Another note: I lost the correct name of this recipe - if anybody (the author?) knows it then please tell me.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Grease a cookie sheet Melt the butter in a small saucepan. Stir in the water and honey. Remove from the heat. In a medium sized bowl, mix the salt, flour and baking soda. Add the butter mixture and stir with a fork untill you have a mealy dough. Add the milk and stir untill a smoth batter forms(it should be somewhat thick). For best results, let the mix sit! for a few minutes. Drop teaspoonfulls of batter about 2 inches appart on the cookie sheet. Bake for about 10 minutes untill they're golden brown. Remove from the cookie sheet with a spatula and cool on racks. Store in an airtight container. Serve warm or cold with honey and/or butter.
This recipe was donated by Rosella Brownstripe.
Combine cream cheese, chives, basil, caraway seeds, and dill seeds. Shape into a 5 by 1 inch patty. Lightly coat top and sides with pepper. Cover patty, chill for seeveral hours. Garnish with lemon wedges Yield: 2 cups
Combine all ingrediants in a jar, cover tightly, and shake hard. Chill thouroughly. Yield: 2 cups
The last two recipes were donated by Bryony.
This should only be done as a prank. First, wash the rocks off so the object of the humor won't get sick. Then, when they are dry, cover them with the whipped cream and serve. However, don't let the fool swallow them, as did Folrig and Ruddle! (see Outcast of Redwall).
This recipe donated by Riveneye at Riveneye@n2adventure.com.
Sunflash's Sweet Oatcakes
Combine water, milk, and raisins in a saucepan. Boil. Slowly stir in oats, honey (to taste), and cinnamon. Turn down heat and cook for about 10 minutes. When oatmeal is a lot less sticky, pour into bowl. Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray. Take small handfulls of the oatmeal (This is very messy!) and knead into balls. Place on cookie sheet. Poke small holes in each ball and fill with honey. Close with extra oatmeal. Place cookie sheet in oven and bake for about 10-15 minutes. Servings vary with the size of the oatmeal balls: makes from 8 to 15.
This recipe was donated by Rowanoak. You can contact him at email@example.com.