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    Makes a wonderful addition to an appetizer table. Olives add the zip to the ham spread. Add some diced cheddar cheese for a different taste. For sandwiches, I use toasted whole wheat or pumpernickel.

    Recipe #385793

    I made Mimi in Maine's Recipe#202126 for Christmas dinner to go with a baked ham. With some of the left-overs, I made a spicy sandwich spread for Ham & Swiss grilled sandwiches. Delicious! She has given me permission to post the recipe using her relish.

    Recipe #347127

    Make ahead. Great blend of flavors for a zippy salad, spread, or dip. Be sure to allow for refrigeration to get the best melding of ingredients. Can't remember the origin of this recipe; made some ingredient and amount changes. For dip: double the dressing. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #340783

    A quick-to-fix lunch or snack. Add or change ingredients to suit your tastebuds.( I used a purple onion in the photo)

    Recipe #312241

    The low-cal meatloaf is a different approach to a Greek dinner. Add other herbs of your choice, if desired. BTW, are the left-overs ever so delish in a pita with the sauce. Makes me drool in anticipation! (I always double the sauce for the Gyros) Adapted from Southern Living.

    Recipe #312239

    Tasty and easy; makes a great entree for dinner guests. Adapted from a food blog.

    Recipe #305035

    This can be made ahead, refrigerate and pop into the oven for a wonderful comfort meal. Serve with steamed broccoli and French bread for an easy weekday. Adapted from One dish Meals. Prep time does not include refrigeration.

    Recipe #265725

    Lovely low-fat pasta with a south-of-the-border kick. Adapted from a foodie website. Posted for ZWT3.

    Recipe #235044

    Tasty stir-fry. Adapted from Pillsbury's Stir Fries Cookbook. If NOT using low-sodium beef broth, omit salt.

    Recipe #228084

    Lots of steps; but well-worth making. Guests love this one with grilled chicken. From Good Housekeeping.

    Recipe #226425

    Delicious way to serve ground beef with an Italian flare. From Pillsbury's Dinner in No Time with changes.

    Recipe #223657

    Make ahead & enjoy. From a foodie blog--Culinary in the Desert.

    Recipe #220768

    Quick week night meal. A wonderful blend of flavors--South of the border with Texas (taco) and best of Midwest(corn belt). Everyone loves this. Favorite Movie Friday Night fare. Originally from an old Pillsbury Bake-off book, with my updates.

    Recipe #186191

    Delicious lasagna to use for buffet dinner as a choice of white or red lasagnas. Spice it up to your liking. This is just right for us.

    Recipe #186011

    Comfort Food! Easy to make; hard to stop eating.

    Recipe #181688

    A quiche without the crust. Great for luncheon or for a weeknight entree. Cod fillets, poached in crab liquid, taste just like crab.

    Recipe #125560

    A different approach to "the same-old-same- old pizza". Blue Cheese lovers---go for it! Makes terrific appetizers or with a supper salad as well. Ingredients amounts vary to allow recipe personalization. Variation: Cooked and chopped ham can be added.

    Recipe #123471

    Sauteed scallops in rich creamy tarragon sauce on bed of smashed potatoes and steamed fresh spinach. Great for a romantic twosome or dinner party! This serves two; can multiply for more. (Will post photo when published)

    Recipe #113974

    Too hot to bake? Try this on the stove-top for a wonderful dessert. From Good Housekeeping with modifications.

    Recipe #244049

    Tasty with summer corn, but you can use frozen after thawing. From a Food Blog with my changes.

    Recipe #244045

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