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    4 Reviews |  By Heydarl

    This came from rummaging through my friend's fridge & cupboard when I was staying in Canada recently. Everyone was shocked when I put maple syrup into a marinade, but it tasted great - even the kids loved the results. Works very well with pork and chicken.

    Recipe #259926

    When I was first married we used to go to a Chinese restaurant that had the tastiest chicken -- spoiled by a greasy breading. After some trial and error I duplicated the flavor in this easy, economical dish. The long cooking that would dry out white meat gets the grease out of this dark meat and gives the skin a delicious crunch. It's quick to make, converts to any quantity, and is a great favorite with kids and adults both. It also holds well and the leftovers are good cold. Note: I've noticed in the last couple years that if you're not VERY CAREFUL about reading the fine print you'll end up with chicken pieces that have been "enhanced" by injecting it with some kind of "flavoring solution." Not only does this injected chicken make my DH ill from a reaction to the "flavoring solution," but it also seems to make it impossible for the chicken to pick up the flavorings you add. No matter what I do to it, "enhanced" chicken always tastes the same. So beware what you're buying. :)

    Recipe #199636

    Simple recipe anyone can try

    Recipe #207609

    When I got out of college I bussed tables at a wonderful, little restaurant. "Diet Chicken" wasn't on the menu, but customers knew to ask when they wanted it. The olive oil in the dressing keeps these simple, grilled chicken breasts moist. Its absurdly simple and completely delicious. Eat as is or cut in strips to top a salad or fill a wrap.

    Recipe #213437

    Serve this up to a croud at a diner party and they will never know how simple it was

    Recipe #173622

    This is a wonderful marinade for dark meat such as chicken thighs or turkey legs. It can be used for white meat also, but it's best to leave the skin on white meat until it is cooked.

    Recipe #19831

    10 Reviews |  By Marie

    A wonderful and different treat! Bugles are filled with peanut butter and dipped in chocolate. Yum! Recipe courtesy of Country Woman Christmas 2004

    Recipe #147086

    This is a recipe that is the same as one my Mom makes, she has been making it for years and it has become a staple on our Holiday Table. It's a variation on the traditional sauce which produces whole cooked berries with a touch of caramel. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #139975

    52 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I like to make a batch of this overnight to use in whatever I'm cooking the next day. The smell of the onions slowly caramelizing overnight lends to very sweet dreams!

    Recipe #24750

    This is a recipe I got at Girl Scout Leader Training for Advanced Campfire Cooking. It's made in a Dutch Oven with Charcoal briquettes on the lid and under the Dutch Oven. Really Yummy!

    Recipe #186247

    So simple and so good!

    Recipe #157155

    This is a nice "shell" sauce that is easy to make and hardens when put on ice cream.

    Recipe #151189

    15 Reviews |  By Fauve

    For the purist in you... the purest vanilla flavoring ever. This one is from an old Southern Living magazine, from October of 1983.

    Recipe #42247

    16 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe on The Pampered Chef website and I posted it in response to a request.

    Recipe #36604

    5 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Kids of all ages love these festive "Sparklers"! And it's so easy, the kids can help make them! Great for a 4th of July party!

    Recipe #32482

    This doesn't save time but it does make consistently al dente pasta every time (very important for folks in warm climates like mine in New Orleans). It cuts down on the steam you put out into your kitchen.

    Recipe #30358

    This is too simple, but so good that I had to post. Very quick and makes a great side dish to anything; we especially like this served aside ham or fish.

    Recipe #64252

    A 'sweet' dish of carrots with the option of sesame seed.

    Recipe #29402

    5 Reviews |  By Vina

    This is the easiest recipe imaginable. It may be one of the reasons that Velveeta was invented. It's also low carb and delicious. What else do you need? I've never seen this serve more than four people, two in my household.

    Recipe #83886

    13 Reviews |  By Tebo

    3 ingredients, quick and easy. Good cold too. Try them in a lunch box or picnic.

    Recipe #65698

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