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    Awonderfully easy cheese spread that can be made ahead for that upcoming party!

    Recipe #37130

    Quick and easy way to get ready for football season. Serve with chips, dill pickle slice, cold beer and a friend! From Taste of Home's Cooking for Two.

    Recipe #133690

    These sandwiches are so good. Everyone gobbles them up.

    Recipe #48051

    Another good one from the SPLENDA® site. If you don't like non-fat cream cheese they suggest, you can always use the low fat as I have done.

    Recipe #114055

    Good old-fashion dish with a little added yum to it.

    Recipe #40928

    Recipe #185000

    This is about the best chicken salad I have eaten in a long time

    Recipe #167751

    I found this recipe in the 1994 Preventions Cooking for Good Health Cookbook. I am following WW and this is a wonderful low fat/calorie substitute for Deviled Eggs.

    Recipe #180173

    Kids love these....just a different take on sloppy joes.

    Recipe #72762

    A wonderful and easy recipe for your grill from Cooking Light.

    Recipe #116611

    Recommended on a quilting list. This is a really fun and different way to have chicken.

    Recipe #101506

    Southern Living. This makes for a delicious lunch. Serve with salad and tall glass of lemonade. Yummy.

    Recipe #27754

    Found this on the Hershey's website while searching for ways to use up the after-the-holidays supplies. I love butterscotch (not quite as much as I do caramel, but...)stuff like this is a great thing for me to pop in the oven when I have company for movies and nosh. I already make a version with little bite-sized candy bars and they are always gone by the first few minutes of the movie. I think that the addition of the coconut to the chips is divine!

    Recipe #206618

    Very good Something different to take to a party.Great Kid Food. Easy to make.

    Recipe #161238

    This recipe came from a restaurant here called The Polo Grill.

    Recipe #41453

    A very quick, easy fix for dinner using a rotissiere chicken from the market. You can add kind of vegetable you like. Fresh, frozen or straight from your garden.

    Recipe #165247

    This ice cream has a spirited coolness and velvety smoothness. This recipe doesn't require an ice cream maker. Cook time is freeze time.

    Recipe #242176

    These are very hearty and satisfying little fried cheese squares, and if you can't locate Cascaval cheese, you may substitute Provolone. They make a perfect little Halloween party (or anytime) snack, with a crumb crust seasoned with plenty of garlic, to keep vampires at bay, of course.

    Recipe #102232

    1 Reviews |  By Whipper

    This recipe uses nearly a whole bottle of dark beer, such as stout, which gives these aromatic burgers a nice subtle carmel-like flavor and color. I like to use a Belgium strong beer for these. You can include a couple jalapeno peppers, seeded and diced, with the sautéing onion and garlic if you'd like to add some heat. From the show "Licence to Grill".

    Recipe #119017

    This quick recipe came from my sister-in-law. We found it works better to fold the crescent rolls in half, making a square rather than a triangle (using 2 roll sections to make one square).

    Recipe #153013

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