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    This recipe originally came from the Olive Garden website but I have changed a few of the steps after trial and error in my home chicken. We have a thing for lemony chicken in my house and this is one of the favorites.

    Recipe #35177

    A yummy variation on traditional meatloaf. I have also made this mixture into meatballs as well.

    Recipe #57770

    46 Reviews |  By Anka

    This recipe comes the closest to the ones that are sold in the stores. Do not substitute Splenda or other sweetner, the sugar in the recipe carmelizes as the brownies bake, making them more sticky (when I used Splenda, they felt like rubber. On the box vital wheat gluten also appears, I learned that it helps the brownies rise as the batter is rich in sugar. I figure about 1/2-1 teaspoon is enough * I didn't have yogurt at hand but I had some milk and Jello Sugar Free Fat Free Instant Chocolate Pudding. I made the pudding according to recipe on the box and substituted it cup for cup (I omitted the baking soda because the soda is there to offset the acidity in yogurt, no yogurt= no need for soda). The brownies came out even better!

    Recipe #116219

    Saw this on Emeril Live the other night, and it made me drool!!! Tried it out tonight, and it was as good as expected, and couldn't be easier! SOOOOOO tender, the chicken falls right apart when you try to pick it up. It makes it's own rich broth that you turn into a gravy. With the leftover chicken, I'm making chicken and dumplings tomorrow night!!

    Recipe #191056

    This recipe is an adoptee from the RecipeZaar account. I will repost here when I have tried the recipe. Rest assured that I won't change the recipe, though...it seems to be pretty popular as is. Enjoy! Source: tom Douglas

    Recipe #37634

    17 Reviews |  By Bergy

    The asparagus should still be crunchy when you serve them. If you use very thin asparagus cut the cooking time back. You can also use this recipe for broccoli

    Recipe #17963

    I take this to a lot of pot-lucks. It is always one of the first things gone! The kids love this!

    Recipe #31324

    166 Reviews |  By Donna

    This is so delicious! My mother-in-law made it for us and I have made it ever since. It came from a magazine--I don't know what one but this is amazingly good! This makes a lot of crumbs. I froze mine in a ziplock and also used it on chicken. Enjoy!

    Recipe #20048

    69 Reviews |  By Debe

    A family favorite at the cabin.....

    Recipe #19666

    I love those cheesy garlic bread toasts they sell in the freezer section. These are like them. Use with your favorite meal or under the Recipe #139579. I found these in Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #139580

    Crunchy sweet walnuts with crispy prawns--a wonderful combination. Don't let the mayonnaise part throw you off--it is very good.

    Recipe #31581

    This is my absolute favorite fall dish. Matsutake are wild pine mushrooms and have a very distinctive flavor, aroma, and texture. Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, we picked, received, and passed along boxes of matsutake mushrooms from the end of September until the frosts in November. In Japan, it's not uncommon to see matsutake mushrooms going for $75 or more per pound, although I understand the price has dropped a bit. There are lots of ways to eat these treasures, but this is my favorite. This is not the traditional way to cook Matsutake gohan, but it works pretty well. The rice kernels should be cooked through but not mushy. (NOTE: Make sure to get your mushrooms from a reliable and knowledgeable source. They look like another type of mushroom that is very very toxic.) Enjoy!

    Recipe #101205

    364 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I find it totally amazing, that children and men ALL LOVE THIS RECIPE! As for the Female of our species we just love this for the flavor and the health benefits it brings our families. Roasted brings out a wonderful sweetness in this dish. The Garlic is roasted to a tan color is creamy good. You can just pop them in your mouth. Or you can spread them on your florets or fresh bread. Just be sure to scoop up some of the rosemary, olive oil and black pepper that may have escaped to the bottom of the dish. For Halloween check out Recipe #396674 version of my recipe.

    Recipe #106251

    61 Reviews |  By Dawn

    This popcorn is easy and delicious. It is a hit with children and the "inner child" within us all. During the holidays, my husband adds food coloring for a festive bowl of popcorn.

    Recipe #12501

    This is my favorite spaghetti sauce recipe. It comes from a freezer cookbook called Once a Month Cooking. This makes alot so plan on freezing about half of the recipe. You can use this sauce on spaghetti, manicotti, veal (or chicken) scallopini, or French bread pizza

    Recipe #52630

    Spaghetti with garlic and olive oil was, by far, my Italian grandfather's favorite dish and I ALWAYS think of him whenever I make it! For those of you with anchovy phobia, this dish works great with or without them. I've made it both ways. Be sure to adjust your salt accordingly if using the anchovies, because they add a lot of saltiness on their own.

    Recipe #61359

    6 Reviews |  By Treven

    Rather like menudo without the tripe. Spicy and warm. Perfect for a winter day. Good for those who find traditional chicken soup too prosaic and bland. If you can't find posole, which is also called hominy, feel free to substitute frozen corn kernels.

    Recipe #109338

    This dressing goes with my recipe #211266 You may double this recipe if desired. Plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours before using. This is very good!

    Recipe #154351

    4 Reviews |  By THansen

    This was recommended to me by my boss and we love it. I normally make 2 so we have leftovers.

    Recipe #118316

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