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    10 Reviews |  By Redsie

    This is soooo good! and so easy to make! The chicken is tender and just a bit spicy (because of the Dijon mustard) and the sauce is a snap to make and very tasty.

    Recipe #187955

    You can use plain bread crumbs mixed with Italian seasoning or Progresso brand Panko Italian Style Crispy Bread Crumbs. Just 7 grams of fat and 392 calories. I found this in a family circle magazine.

    Recipe #329993

    This recipe is from my ex mother in laws friend, Noreen. They are both great ladies! This is so easy and wonderful!

    Recipe #87595

    36 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A tasty way to fix pork chops that can be grilled or prepared in the oven. The sauce is also good on ham. From Pillsbury Grilling & Picnics. Be sure to use a good maple syrup from the US's Northeast region.

    Recipe #190661

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    When I cooked this for the first time I thought I was manufacturing shoe leather - not so the steak turned out tender and very tasty. We can buy "Maui Ribs" already in the marinade but I prefer this recipe. Although there is sugar & vinegar in the marinade it does not come through as sweet & sour. Brown Sugar substitute worked well. I don't know why it's called Maui Steak! So I had a wing steak in the freezer made the marinade and let the steak sit in it for 2 days in the fridge - result lovely tasty tender steak

    Recipe #99674

    A famous department store's salad. I believe it was Macy's but not positive. My mother used to go there as a child and loved this salad. It's really good! Note: if you've never heard of onion juice as I hadn't, you can find it in the spice isle of the grocery.

    Recipe #59060

    This macaroni salad is garden-fresh tasting with its unique blend of shredded carrots, cucumbers, and radishes. The buttermilk dressing has a garlicky dill flavor. This was clipped out of Ladie's Home Journal magazine about 20 years ago.

    Recipe #155858

    Sugar Rush! Make each of these breads in separate bundt pans. For serving, layer the 2 cakes, with the Monkey Bread as the top tier and the Gorilla Bread as the bottom tier.

    Recipe #228749

    This is inspired from a recipe posted on turnersouth.com. I wasn't sure about it, but DH really wanted to try it. It is the best piece of pork I've ever eaten and am putting it here so that I never ever lose the recipe! It's so simple that even the most tender chef can't make a mistake on this one. P.S. It may seem like a lot of pepper, but when it's cracked instead of ground the flavor is completely different. I actually HATE pepper on my meat, so trust me, it's not too much. *RECIPE UPDATE AUGUST 2006* In a March 2006 "Cook's Illustrated" magazine gave a great way to reduce the "heat" when using peppercorns. I haven't tried it, but put the method here for safe-keeping and future use in this recipe. I've made a few tiny changes. ***REDUCING HEAT IN PEPPERCORN RECIPES*** To do this take equal amounts of peppercorns and olive oil, (they used 5T each) PLUS 1.5 Tsp additional olive oil and 2 teaspoons kosher salt. Then heat peppercorns and oil in small saucepan over very low heat until faint bubbles appear. Continue to cook at bare simmer, swirling pan occasionally, until pepper is fragrant, 7 to 10 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside to cool. If you prefer an even lower heat, milder pepper flavor, drain the cooled peppercorns in a fine-mesh strainer and then toss them with 5 tablespoons of fresh olive oil.

    Recipe #123859

    Easy to make and refreshing.

    Recipe #127257

    Recipe #26350

    9 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    Clean, refreshing flavors just meant for a balmy summer evening. From Weber's Big Book of Grilling modified for our taste buds. Prep time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #135611

    5 Reviews |  By Karen67

    I first had this recipe about 25 years ago the first time my older sister had a family dinner at her home when she was just out of college. I've tried another beer bread from this site, but I like this one better. It even got great reviews from my picky friend that doesn't like most beer breads. It also makes the most amazing grilled cheese sandwiches..just slice it thin after it's completely cooled. Based on results from a reviewer, I suggest you use a glass loaf pan or reduce the cooking time slightly if using metal.

    Recipe #208324

    This is from Taste of Home's Quick Cooking 2000 pg. 98

    Recipe #138656

    Hooray for fall! We love this pumpkin bread recipe--especially when the slices are slathered with a generous spread of cream cheese. Makes two loaves, so freeze the other one, or heck--eat it. This bread goes fast.

    Recipe #71732

    This recipe makes up quick as a wink and is very moist. It's great sliced and toasted or served pipping hot with soups and salads. Enjoy.

    Recipe #141969

    32 Reviews |  By Bunsby

    A little experiment that I discovered my family really likes.

    Recipe #24062

    RONALD REAGAN'S MACARONI AND CHEESE from The White House Family Cookbook by H. Haller and V. Aronson Everytime I make this I there are NO left overs and there's only three in my family. ;)

    Recipe #240198

    21 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I got this recipe from Ruth Baks, one of Jerusalem's finest cooks. This is how I make my vanilla and it's wonderful!

    Recipe #105417

    --Adopted Recipe--

    Recipe #7904

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