Please help me identify the dishes in these recipes

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  1. crispylip

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    Hello,

    I have some recipes (or in some cases just list of ingredients) that a relative wrote, but they forgot to write what the dishes were! Can someone take a look and try to help me figure out what they are? Here are links to the recipes that I scanned and uploaded:

    Recipe #1 (I don't know if they are three different recipes or all belongs to the same?): https://ibb.co/fCUeGQ

    Recipe #2: https://ibb.co/hEKqO5

    Recipe #3: https://ibb.co/gTL3bQ

    Recipe #4 (two scans): https://ibb.co/hhOdAk https://ibb.co/mgtpGQ

    Recipe #5: https://ibb.co/fG7ibQ

    Recipe #6: https://ibb.co/kXYpGQ

    Recipe #7: https://ibb.co/ih6yAk

    Recipe #8 (I don't know if everything on the page belongs to the same dish or if there are several dishes): https://ibb.co/dHRLO5

    Recept #9: https://ibb.co/hVvx35

    Any help appreciated. Thank you so much for reading.
     
  2. chefross

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    #1 is a set of drink concoctions made in the blender

    #2 are called "Quenelles" and are sauteed in butter or olive oil

    #3 sounds like "Creme Anglaise" or some other kind of pastry cream

    #4 and #5 are variations on ham and bean soup.

    #6 is an apple crisp

    #7and #8 are both cookie recipes

    and #9 is a bread recipe
     
  3. crispylip

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    Thank you!
     
  4. flipflopgirl

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    Number # 3 is eggnog?

    What tipped me is the almost illegible addition of nutmeg (last ingredient).

    mimi
     
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  5. misschief

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    I agree... it's close to my former mother in law's recipe for Advocaat but it uses young gin (jonge jenever) instead of rum.
     
  6. dectra

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    # 2 may be a Quenelle, as noted by others; or it may be a meatball.
     
  7. crispylip

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    Thanks for all replies!
     
  8. azfireball56

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    Can you tell me what PB means in number 7?


    Thanks!
     
  9. cheflayne

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    peanut butter (oatmeal peanut butter squares)

    melt butter, add the sugar, milk, cocoa, peanut butter, and vanilla, whisk until combined, bring to a boil, cook for 4 minutes, while continuing to whisk, pull off heat and stir in oats, spread into 9"x9" pan, let cool, cut into squares
     
  10. azfireball56

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    Thanks for the fast reply.

    I thought it must be some type of flour.

    Will this recipe work without any flour?
     
  11. cheflayne

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    yes
     
  12. azfireball56

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    Thanks!
     
  13. flipflopgirl

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    No bake cookies.!

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    More of a candy and very popular at my house.

    The fisherman gets ohso offended if someone uses "his" recipe lol.

    I sometimes add in a handful or two of toasted nuts or coconut for interest.

    mimi
     
  14. azfireball56

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    Adding nuts/coconut is a great idea!

    Thanks. 
     
  15. cheflayne

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    Another idea is after pouring the mix into the pan and while still hot sprinkle with about 1 - 1 1/2 cups of semi sweet chocolate chips. The heat will melt the chips and you can then spread it across the top of the mix to set up.
     
  16. azfireball56

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    Wow!  Chocolate on  chocolate !

    That sounds good!