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    1 Reviews |  By A-lady

    An easy way to start your day! Even my 10 year old loves this. I use the mixed frozen fruit salad mix from Costco. No sugar added.

    Recipe #242046

    After experimenting with many different spice combinations over the years for me this is the closest to the store-bought package taco seasoning --- I always increase this recipe 10x and keep in a glass jar tightly covered in my fridge to have ready for recipes, if you like lots of heat then adjust the cayenne pepper to taste or you may omit completely, if you can find some dried granulated tomato powder then add about 1-2 teaspoons with the mix, I purchase mine at a bulk spice store it really gives the seasoning a lift, the amounts stated are equivalent to one package taco seasoning mix -- don't save this mix to use only for tacos, add some in your recipes to kick up the flavor, it's even great in chili, ground beef mixture for casseroles, stew, soups, and add some into you hamburger mixture for burgers, I even add this to my Parmesan meatballs --- this also makes a great gift for the cook on your list just increase amounts and present in a fancy glass jar.

    Recipe #76616

    This is handy when you have forgotten to buy baking powder.

    Recipe #38711

    A great home remedy prescribed by my ear, nose & throat specialist for sinus headaches, congestion, colds, and allergies. The salt water clears the "gunk" out. The baking soda soothes irritated membranes, and the glycerine soothes and moisturizes.

    Recipe #70486

    This is a little bit different with the addition of peanuts for extra crunch! From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #229408

    I don't usually care for hummus, but when I tried this at my friend's I couldn't stop eating it. It's important to use fresh lemons, extra virgin olive oil, and high quality garbanzo beans--you don't want ones that start out crunchy. I served this with Lavosh bread that was brushed with olive oil, sprinkled with salt and pepper and baked at 350F for 8-10 minutes.

    Recipe #246184

    Did you ever just start cooking without really having a clue where you were going to end up? My kids have gotten used to it by now. "Mom, what's for dinner?" "I don't know, it's not DONE yet. Let's wait and see what it turns out to be, okay?" Sometimes I let them name it. I really had absolutely NO idea how this would taste, but sometimes I come up with pretty decent stuff that way. Over the Memorial Day weekend, I thought I'd just whip up some coleslaw to go with my Bobbie-Q Beef (recipe for that may follow...eventually) But instead of reaching for a coleslaw recipe in a cookbook, I whipped out my handy-dandy Palm Pilot (how did I EVER get along without it?) and looked up the recipe for "Amish Macaroni Salad." I took that as my leaping-off point. First, I changed it from Miracle Whip to mayonnaise, then reduced the sugar. Also I added the celery salt, because, well, if it's good enough for a Chicago Style Hot Dog, it's good enough for me. Turned out that it tasted almost-but-not-quite exactly like Marzetti's Brand Slaw Dressing which comes in a glass jar from Your Grocer's Refrigerator Case. Which I just happen to like, so it was a good thing. Hope you give this a try.

    Recipe #29842

    10 Reviews |  By Tish

    This sauce will store indefinitely and actually improves during storage as a result of the melding flavors. Use on rice, chicken, fish and Japanese dishes, hamburgers and as a marinade for steaks

    Recipe #21221

    A friend got a version of this from a health food store (courtesy of the Comprehensive Medical Center in Bellevue, WA). It was entitled "Immune Breakfast", served cold and in addition to the listed ingredients also included 1 cup soy lecithin granules and 1 cup ground milk thistle. I omitted them and wanted to post this as I make it. Also it originally had oat bran but I knew that I would prefer the wheat. Naturally, everything was organic on the original recipe.

    Recipe #436062

    I've been serving this steak for 40 years. It's so easy and it's perfect for guests. This is a favorite for my family. It’s great for camping trips because you can put the meat and the marinade in a freezer bag and freeze it until ready to use.

    Recipe #402985

    10 Reviews |  By LizP

    Very nutritious and delicious! My kids love this recipe. You can use Udon or Rice noodles....but I just use spaghetti. Use vegetable broth for a vegetarian option. Also delicious with grilled shrimp or chicken for a heartier pasta. I have found the new Barilla Plus Spaghetti is GREAT in this. It has a hearty flavor that really compliments the dish.

    Recipe #220475

    This has been a family favorite for over 40 years, since my parents' friends, the Kims, from Korea, gave it to them. It was, believe it, or not, our usual "camping fare," since it could be prepped at home, marinated at the campsite, and then grilled on a Hibatchi. Warning: The smell of the meat marinating is absolutely intoxicating!

    Recipe #209447

    I originally started with Recipe #63785 but I tweaked it a bunch to lower the calories. I'd been using turbinado sugar the whole time and didn't realize that it made such a difference. When we ran out I tried organic sugar and brown sugar but hubby kept saying it wasn't right. Turbinado is raw cane sugar. You may also find it under the name "raw sugar". Here is a definition that I found at http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-turbinado-sugar.htm Turbinado sugar is a delicious alternative to table sugar. Unlike typical granulated sugar, Turbinado sugar crystals are much larger, and are made at an earlier period in the sugar cane processing method. It retains some of the flavor of molasses, a natural byproduct of the sugar process, which makes it a desirable addition to tea or coffee. The first pressing of the sugar cane yields Turbinado sugar. It looks notably different from granulated sugar because it has much larger crystals and is golden to brown in color. It also is considered by some to be “healthier” since it receives less processing than does white sugar.

    Recipe #379645

    This is a great summer meal and quick and easy to put together and tastes wonderful. Refreshing served with the cucumber sauce and is even low in fat. I think this came from Quick Cooking. It's a favorite in our house.

    Recipe #30081

    527 Reviews |  By P4

    These buttermilk biscuits are authentic. This recipe came from my great-great-grandmother, and was handed down to all the women in my family, and we are all Southern. I am the first one to commit the sin of using a food processor (lol) but I find it works very well. I would put these biscuits up against anyone's - they are perfect in every single way. I hope you all enjoy them.

    Recipe #26110

    I plan on making this with the Baked Pork Spring Rolls when I get a chance. It looks yummy!

    Recipe #290395

    GREAT CARB WATCHING RECIPE....So EASY to make...EASY to love...Keep leftovers in the fridge to snack on. The Cook's Bonus: Little prep time and little clean-up afterwards.

    Recipe #113715

    A very good sauce from one of our favorite cooking shows.

    Recipe #33563

    I know... Not ANOTHER chocolate chip cookie recipe... BUT, you'll find that these are sheer perfection, large bakery-style, thick and chewy, cookies that taste as good as they look with a fool-proof set of instructions. It was pointed out to me that this recipe is from Baking Illustrated, perhaps so as I wrote down the ingredients from a morning show years ago! Thanks for letting me know.

    Recipe #80470

    A cast-iron skillet will work the best for this recipe, this also works well using beef that has been pounded thinly. Serve with fries or mashed potatoes...total comfort food! Make certain not to crush the crackers to a fine powder --- this is very good!

    Recipe #201511

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