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    Baked oooey-gooey and spicy Serve with pita or Tortilla Chips. Posted for ZWT3.

    Recipe #235002

    Wonderful apple-caramel taste!Easy Peasy, too. Serve with your favorite ice cream or whipped cream. Had this recipe for eons; but think it was an entry in a long ago Pillsbury's Bake-Off.

    Recipe #246298

    Easy chicken roll-ups with a Mexican flare. Posted for ZWT3.

    Recipe #234984

    Using left-over taco meat filling in a delicious and easy sandwich. Prep time does not include cooking the ground beef.

    Recipe #235034

    Adapted from a food blog.

    Recipe #244061

    A spicy leeeeetle salad to serve with a great Mexican meal. Posted for ZWT3. Adapted from a food blog.

    Recipe #235031

    A different slant on a stir fry. Add some red pepper flakes for a little heat. From a food blog with modifications.

    Recipe #244055

    A quick-to-fix week night delight. From Good Housekeeping with my changes.

    Recipe #271909

    Love olives? You'll like this sandwich. May use pimento-stuffed green olives as a sub for the black olives. Sandwiches will freeze. To freeze: Before broiling, wrap tightly in foil and place in Zip-Lock bag.

    Recipe #264552

    Puffs up while baking to a light topping; with delicious layers of spinach, bacon, and sour cream. A weeknight dinner. From America's Favorite Casseroles with modifications. Note: Time to prepare does not include thawing the spinach.

    Recipe #265029

    Delicously flavored with Amaretto; For those with children; as these cook the alcohol evaporates, leaving a wonderful almond flavor to the yams. From my dear friend, Carole, who is no longer with us.

    Recipe #246324

    A leetle taste of Greece right at home. Adapted from Gourmet. Add some cooked spicy sausage for a complete meal, if desired.

    Recipe #305114

    Use day-old blueberry bagels from the bargain rack. Wonderful flavors in this bread pudding. The baking time varies depending on your baking dish size and depth. Serve with Derf's Recipe#13681 or any Custard Sauce on Zaar. Whipped Cream is nice as a topping as well. An orignial recipe.

    Recipe #308177

    Tastes like a breakfast souffle. The secret for making this fluffy is to separate the eggs. Add other veggies, if you desire. How much of the onion, pepper and chives is your choice. I use a cast iron skillet, so that it can go straight into the oven from range top.

    Recipe #358565

    Super delicious and so pretty for a get-together. I use 3 Roma tomatoes or 1 large vine-ripened (in the summer). Feel free to add other layers or switch ingredients. (chopped olives would be nice. :smile:) Note: Cooking time is refrigeration time. Enjoy--

    Recipe #385053

    Let the crock pot do the work for a wonderful entree.The long cooking time tenderizes this cut of beef. From BHG, Crockery CookBook, with my changes. Note: If your crock pot cooks hot, please add 1/2 soup can of water into the soup mixture.

    Recipe #312869

    This is the best that (in over 50 years) I have EVER tasted. Please don't leave out the spices---makes the soup.

    Recipe #348436

    Delicious cupcakes with a Mad Hatter twist! Great for any tea party; even Alice would approve. I've tweaked the basic recipe from a Pillsbury Bake-off finalist, Kathryn Fitch.

    Recipe #134596

    Easy, fast, and delicious! Basically from the Food Network, "Calling All Cooks", I've modified somewhat. Dimetri is the featured chef; his comment was"...Stroganoff is Russian COMFORT food, like Meat Loaf to Americans." Thanks to Dimetri for this great recipe! Try it, bet you and yours will love this rich sauce! (Will post photo when published.)

    Recipe #113810

    Poulet Sauté à la Paysanne Provençale; from a 1940s cookbook,Portrait of a Beloved French Cook, bringing us the ultimate bonne femme,Clementine — and her mouthwatering recipes. (with a few changes)

    Recipe #230863

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