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    This has always been my favorite salad. It's kind of like eating seafood cocktail, but better with the creaminess of mayonnaise. I usually use canned seafood for this, well drained, but it's great with fresh if you have it. Great in the summer. Try it! Passive cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #165608

    I adapted a recipe from Jackie Olden's "Can We Cook" book. This is a delicious dish and fancy enough to serve at a dinner party. My family loves this dish. Definitely not a low fat recipe.

    Recipe #229124

    5 Reviews |  By katew

    Yummy and quick - adapted from a Super Food Ideas magazine from 2004

    Recipe #259978

    This is from the Frugal Gourmet cookbook. I've always counted on this recipe for a simple, yet fantastic, side pasta dish.

    Recipe #291496

    15 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I found this at another web site and after making a few adjustments decided to post it. It is very simple and easy. You choose the type of mushrooms you would like to use. I used dried shiitake that had been reconstituted. Delicious!

    Recipe #121513

    This recipe uses Stacey Sweet's recipe #112783 as the chocolate base to which Italian flavorings, developed by the Gastronomic Gauchos for ZWT4, have been added in the form of hazelnut liqueur and traditional Italian biscotti containing a blend of almonds, walnuts, and a hint of anise. Made so easily using your very own ice cream maker kitchen gadget. Prepare yourself for a very rich and sensual frozen delight!

    Recipe #307297

    A wildly refreshing dessert that will have your mouth singing! A unique and delicious granita and it's so easy to make! This granita is a fancy schmancy way to end a meal, especially Italian. The citrus flavors refresh the palatte, while the basil gives the fresh taste of Italy When our team thought of Italy, basil came right to mind. It just shouts Italy! We thought putting it in a frozen granita would be fancy, unique and delicious! Made up by the Fancy Feinschmeckers Team for the Italian Frozen Dessert Challenge in the Zaar World Tour #4. Each team member picked an ingredient and told why they picked it: mliss29-I've always liked lemons, even since I was a little kid - Wildflower-I love orange anything! And the blossoms are so pretty, too! Alskann- Some things you don't scrimp on; pure vanilla is one of the most complex flavors in the world, its unique flavor and aroma will blend beautifully with the fresh, tart citrus flavors and the herbal essence of the basil to make this granita both flavorful and aromatic - Celticevergreen-grapefruit juice-because it's my favorite flavor and to me is like tasting liquid sunshine - Nasseh-water-It is the foundation for so many things we love & enjoy. It is in almost every food, in some form or another luvinlif2k- I'm liking the slice of lime as an optional garnish. It should look lovely with the sprig of basil and if you like your granita a bit more tart, just squeeze some lime on your granita or rub your spoon with the lime before each bite - Heydarl-Basil Sprig, as I love basil & would like to be decorative - Sharon123-I picked salt! In Matthew 5:13 it says,"Ye are the salt of the earth". Salt is also thrown over the shoulder for good luck. In ancient times, salt was precious and used to preserve meats, fish, etc. , and it also heightens the flavor of many foods. It sure works in this recpe! :lol:

    Recipe #306861

    Good old fashioned comfort food! Easy to make, too!

    Recipe #102813

    I was surfing the web (pardon the pun) and saw the name of this drink- I laughed out loud, I have to try this!

    Recipe #171867

    3 Reviews |  By katew

    Adapted from a recipe torn from an Australian Womens Weekly - I made one large tart but you could make individual ones if you wished.You could also use a pre made pastry shell.

    Recipe #237034

    2 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    Down home meets upscale with this sinfully delicious fried chicken coated with Asiago cheese. Served on a bed of artichoke fettuccine, it's the perfect blend of the south and the city.

    Recipe #282925

    For the mushroom lovers! Use linguine, spaghetti, or any long pasta.

    Recipe #244093

    3 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A creamy stroganoff using "The Other White Meat". Marinating the pork for 1 hour up to 8 hours is optional, but recommended. Serve over buttered noodles or fluffy white rice. Cook time includes 1 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #200746

    21 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is absolutely delicious, but not a calorie light dish. We save it for special occasions.

    Recipe #34855

    This has to be the quickest and simplest recipe for asparagus that I've ever tried. The asparagus comes out tender crisp just the way I think it should be! From Martha Stewart Living's Everyday Food magazine, June 2004 issue.

    Recipe #304007

    From the Van Gogh Vodka website.

    Recipe #244175

    Tequila based cocktail. Serve in a Collins glass with a straw.

    Recipe #253291

    Recipe #305139

    16 Reviews |  By Sage

    A yummy creation for the panini lovers.

    Recipe #208886

    From Real Simple Magazine April 2005 Fake It, Don't Make It. If you think Alfredo sauce - that divine mixture of butter, cheese, and cream - takes time and patience and is best left to those in white toques, this 15-minute recipe may change your mind.

    Recipe #294840

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