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    3 Reviews |  By Chickee

    From the TV show Masterchef.

    Recipe #431493

    This recipe is another winner from Toronto Star - we made it tonight and just loved it. A fun way to have the kids eat their lettuce, too. Beef needs to marinate 2-12 hours, so plan ahead when making this meal

    Recipe #398341

    This is from Beatrice Ojakangas' Great Holiday Baking Book. I own several of her books due to our common Finnish heritage. She says, "You really can do these rolls from beginning to end in an hour! I use the food processor to mix the dough and hasten the rising by using rapid-rise yeast. This yeast is so finely milled that it dissolves right in the flour mixture, and it can stand a higher temperature, giving the dough a boost for the single necessary rising." These were handy when my step-sons lived with us, and of course, they loved them.

    Recipe #268957

    Another one of my recipes for the grill! I love grilling outdoors....something about being outside instead of in the kitchen makes me smile! This is an asian inspired marinade for sirloin, cut in to strips and threaded on skewers. I like to grill some zucchini or asparagus with this and serve with rice. Prep time is actually marinating time.

    Recipe #412049

    Quick and easy stir fry adapted from Betty Crocker's newsletter.

    Recipe #266914

    4 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    Crosby Elementary School via the Food Network. These remind me of those I loved as a child--except I do not remember any crunch to those. Thus, I have adapted this recipe to saute the vegetables briefly with the beef. WARNING: These are VERY sweet, so adjust the amount of ketchup and/or brown sugar to moderate that, if desired. If you wish to increase the amount of vegetables, without anyone noticing :-) you can, as I did, add a few tablespoons of finely diced eggplant to the vegetables when sauteing them.

    Recipe #345915

    21 Reviews |  By loof

    Love this hearty pasta dish! It makes a lot and leftovers are yummy too. This is another of those "old newspaper clipping" recipes I've been posting.

    Recipe #376897

    11 Reviews |  By loof

    A rich and delicious side dish, great for the holidays or anytime. Added note: if you are using regular table salt instead of kosher salt please use half as much...

    Recipe #247673

    My mom clipped the basic recipe out of a newspaper (a very small clipping -so the name of the newspaper and column are not included, unfortunately) several years ago. It has since become the only mashed potato recipe we use, especially since the pickiest eaters race to get up the next morning to eat all of the leftovers! Mashed potatoes seem to be one of those foods that really brings out strong opinions, so I am including all of the various variations that please the various preferences in our house, and you should feel free to adjust to suit your tastes too! We always use fat free sour cream and low-fat cream cheese with excellent results, but the full-fat ingredients should also work just fine. These can be made up to 3 days in advance and kept in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #347591

    4 Reviews |  By Maito

    This is an amalgamation I created from several recipes, and is absolutely delicious. Feel free to adjust meat and veggies according to your taste. Serves 6 as an appetizer, 3 if prepared as a main course. Thank you to Lavendar Lynn for putting this in her best of 2010 cookbook!

    Recipe #304870

    The other grandkids and I always ask our grandmother to make her biscuits and gravy for us! So I knew I had to get her recipe. This is a simple sausage gravy that you can use over your favorite biscuits, whether store-bought or homemade! I have used skim milk before, and it worked fine... just be patient since it takes longer to thicken.

    Recipe #286339

    Found on the net for the World Tour. Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #137037

    This is my Daddy's recipe. It makes a lot!!!! But soooo good!

    Recipe #338411

    Wow, are you in for a treat, this is so good. My friend introduced me to the Italian Dessert Bread/Cake, il Pandoro by Battistero. It is wonderful, so delicious, light and airy.When this lovely treat dried out, I made French toast with it. Am I ever glad that I did, this is one of the best tasting French toasts I have ever tried. I am really hoping that you will enjoy this simple treat. Bon Appetite.

    Recipe #376689

    This recipe is from Coup de Pouce issue June 2008. Posted for ZWT4 Greece.

    Recipe #308853

    Yummy meatloaf that your kids will love! My mom gave me this recipe and my kids ask for it all the time. If you are short on time, you can make it in muffin tins and bake for only 30 minutes.

    Recipe #364284

    This recipe has been in my family for at least two generations, possibly more, as my grandmother cannot remember which of my family members gave it to her! As she has been diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) and is advancing in its progression quickly, she can't make it anymore, but my mother and I carry on the tradition for her! This recipe is a testament to her memory. She is still with us as of this posting, but in the future, I'll be able to remember her every time I make it. Emotional attachments aside, it's the best sausage gravy I've ever eaten, hands down, and tends to contain more sausage than even the best restaurants can fit into their versions! It isn't healthy - at all - but you'll at least die happy! Of course it's recommended that you bake your own biscuits from scratch, but failing that, frozen biscuits will work just as well. (You can probably use the refrigerated tube kind too but I always use frozen, they're just better somehow in my opinion!)

    Recipe #319765

    This is good as a vegetable or served cold as a salad. The green beans are crunchy!

    Recipe #314192

    3 Reviews |  By Leslulu

    This doesn't have any cream but it is so good that I will eat it cold. It's sweet, tangy, and includes bacon. I shamelessly asked Pat, my mother-in-law, for the recipe before we had even left the table. I wrote it down on the first piece of paper I could find...the back of an envelope. It's now tucked away in one of my personal cookbooks. The first time I made it, I did it exactly as she told me...after that though, I started playing around with it...hope you like it enough to do the same.

    Recipe #320526

    From Delightfully HealthMark.

    Recipe #408884

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