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    Cheesy and delicious!

    Recipe #177130

    7 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is great to fix ahead when you know you are going to have a busy morning. We love it

    Recipe #67393

    ZWT7 Switzerland. Where did chocolate fondue originate? Answer: http://www.europeancuisines.com/Switzerland-Swiss-Chocolate-Fondue-History-And-Basic-Recipe. Recipe from http://www.godiva.com.

    Recipe #423713

    If you love Buffalo wings, here is the recipe for you!! Serve with salty tortilla chips or any other chips you like. The salt helps to bring out the flavor. Can be served hot or cold, but I prefer mine hot. If you make this, there won't be any leftovers at the party!! If you want to make this recipe lower fat, you can use Neuchatel Cheese and fat-free blue cheese. DO NOT use lower fat shredded cheese since it doesn't melt well. Just use less of it!

    Recipe #303418

    64 Reviews |  By ATM 67

    My sister learned the basic flour mix from her former mother-in-law, who grew up in Carruthersville, Missouri. My sister kept hearing Emeril say how well garlic went with pork, so she added it to her seasoning mix. My dad still swears that my maternal grandmother (his former mother-in-law) made the best fried chicken ever. Born in 1919, she was the eldest daughter, and second of ten children, raised on a farm outside the town of Black Oak, Arkansas. Even after my parents divorced, Dad was occasionally invited to eat Grandmommy's fried chicken. He always relished those meals, and still talks about them today. My grandmother never told anyone, except my grandfather, her secret to breading her chicken, but she did tell my sister her trick to frying it. My sister has incorporated that method into her pork chop recipe.

    Recipe #128503

    How can you go wrong with bread and hot melted cheese? This is the actual recipe used at The Melting Pot. It's not exactly a secret since they make it at the table, but our waitress even told me the exact amounts and I wrote them down!

    Recipe #210658

    27 Reviews |  By FarahC

    Paula Deen is a wonderful cook. She makes down home comfort food. Everything she makes is mouth watering. This fudge is very good and easy to make!

    Recipe #140261

    30 Reviews |  By JulieS

    This is an old favorite of my mothers. She made it every Christmas time. So it holds good memories for me. Besides, it's out of this world.

    Recipe #145346

    This recipe is from a Church library book "Mud Pie Annie" (by Sue Buchanan and Dana Shafer) that my daughter checked out. We made this recipe together as a treat for daddy who was at work.

    Recipe #81858

    This is an easy, really good recipe for fudge.

    Recipe #15018

    61 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Supreme, sublime, peanut butter white and dark chocolate fudge!

    Recipe #19952

    NO KIDDING--these are BETTER than you buy at the store!

    Recipe #95145

    Easy homemade candy in your crock pot!

    Recipe #18955

    I love this recipe because it is so easy to make and yet it always gets 'oohs' when people see the candies and 'aahs' when they taste them! I've gotten several z-mails asking about the candy coating. They are wafers that you melt to then dip candies into to coat them. They are usually sold in the candy section of craft or baking stores. I've seen them in the candy making section of Wal-Mart also. If you look at the ingredients photo on Recipe #104941, you'll see a photo of them. They are a different 'stiffness' than white chocolate chips but some reviews have successfully used those when they can't find the candy coating. Hope that helps!

    Recipe #4075

    Slow cooking is the best method for an eye of round roast, I have cooked eye of round many times in a Crock-Pot with fantastic results, and you can use blade roast in place of the eye of round. The gravy from this roast goes well with mashed potatoes. Do not add in any extra salt to this recipe and use only low sodium beef broth for this. If you are an onion lover, then you could add in a small chopped or sliced onion if desired. Remember, do not lift the lid of the Crock-Pot while cooking. Each time you do, the heat is lost and you will need to cook it for a longer time.

    Recipe #204976

    I admit I hated them as a kid too. I was at deer camp a few years ago and one of my uncles brought a bunch he had from the farmers market. Knowing my culinary aptitude, he tossed the bag at me and said "see what you can do with these" This being a hunting camp, the pressure was on. I couldn't make some fancy dish, so I tried to keep it simple and came up with this. You can use any smoked sausage you like, I prefer a Portuguese linguisa, but you can use kielbasa, bacon or ham as well. You can omit the crushed red pepper if you don't like a bit of heat. Can be served as a side dish or a main course. This is the only way to eat brussel sprouts IMO.

    Recipe #325685

    A simple appetizer that always looks impressive. Can be made up to 1 day in advance. Keep refrigerated. This uses one large packet of the smoked sliced salmon that you find in the deli. The appetizers should look similar to small sushi rolls

    Recipe #271457

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Quick easy and attractive "do Ahead" appetizer They freeze well Instead of the English muffins I use 8 slices of Whole wheat bread, sandwich loaf, crusts removed. Then flatten the slices with a rolling pin, put the slices on a cookie sheet and toast one side of the bread under the broiler. Then turn the bread over and spread the mixture on each slice. Cut the slices into 3 pieces each. If you want to use the English muffin but want them a bit thinner use 3 muffins and cut them into 3 pieces each

    Recipe #14201

    This is very easy to put together and tastes great. I usually serve this with round tortilla chips.

    Recipe #103624

    I always get requests for this recipe. It's easy, fast, and people can't figure out the seasonings (ha). Got it from a relative, who got it from a friend, who got it from . . .. Enough for 60 - if you use 2 cucumbers. You'll have extra of the cream cheese mixture.

    Recipe #45149

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