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    This is based on Mark Bittman's "Chicken with cranberries and mushrooms" from his "Best Recipes in the World" cookbook. My husband made this, and it was adapted due to ingredients that we had on hand. You can use chicken breast instead of thighs. Sorry about the lack of a photo, we thought it smelled so good that we devoured it before thinking about the camera!

    Recipe #396385

    A lovely combination of spices and the chicken is beautifully tender and moist. This was a recipe from a supermaket promotion, which I have slightly adapted to my own tastes. Very rich, so we do not have it too often! Served over rice and with a fresh salad to counteract the richness. A few have commented that they were not so fond of the cinnamon in this dish, and so another spice combination that is good is to leave out the cinnamon and ginger and replace with 1 teaspoon each of nutmeg and cumin.

    Recipe #88578

    O.K...everyone knows about my obsessions for muffins. This may be going a bit overboard, but hey it's muffin shaped. (I have changed the wording on the egg amount and adjusted accordingly.) Also, please note the previous reviewers difficulties in removing the muffins from the baking cups.

    Recipe #311780

    I get a lot of requests for this when the whole family gets together. It's so easy that I gladly make it for holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.

    Recipe #15363

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Lovely anytime but really perfect served hot in the crisp weather. Take along a thermos on a Fall outing.

    Recipe #257067

    This recipe comes from Better Homes & Gardens diabetic recipes. Recipe is easy to double.

    Recipe #75744

    My daughters have been pestering me to teach them to cook so I am looking for easy recipes to start with.

    Recipe #156860

    From Cooking Light. Per 1 cup serving: 226 calories, 5.6 g fat, 18.1 g protein, 26.3 g carb, 2.9 g fiber, 45 mg cholesterol.

    Recipe #140428

    This recipe is a form of apple crisp that I have made since I was a teenager. It is the only one I use and it consistently tastes good...no matter what type of apples are used. I have substituted Splenda sugar for both the brown and white sugars called for in this recipe and it comes out tasting just as good, although the 'crisp' part has a little different texture to it, but not bad. I only recommend using real butter in this recipe. This is the type of comfort food that you can have a big bowl of, climb back into bed, and eat under the warmth of the comforters when it is freezing cold outside....I love it! I usually double the recipe and freeze one dish for use later. Just thaw in refrigerator and reheat if you want it warm.

    Recipe #356927

    Great for holidays...or any days!

    Recipe #204520

    My family will give up a pumpkin pie for this! ---- two teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice may be used in place of the cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice --- I have made this using both the white and yellow cake mix I have to say that the yellow is better to use.

    Recipe #261129

    Recipe #4916

    This is without a doubt *the* most fabulous applesauce I have ever had! It's the only apple sauce my kids will eat, The flavor is incredible! So much richer in flavor than apples that have been steamed or simmered in water. I have actually used whatever apples I happen to have in hand. Even those that are looking tired and not so crisp any more. Great with any pork or chicken entree.

    Recipe #256364

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Butternut or acorn squash are great for this recipe. I searched Zaar for a similar recipe but could not find one so decided to post this one. This is a tasty and attractive way to serve squash. Especially lovely on your holiday table. If you wish peel the squash and cut it into bite size pieces, place all the ingredients into a casserole dish, mix well, cover casserole & bake at 375 for apprx 1 hour

    Recipe #181159

    This one is easy on the cook.....and special enough for Company!!

    Recipe #57211

    I have made this dish quite a few times recently, it was just delicious! This recipe will feed about 8-10 people, but the glaze ingredients and veggies can be cut in half if desired.

    Recipe #133215

    They serve these at a local restaurant here in TX. This is NOT a casserole! These guys are dressed for dinner in their best jackets! The WHOLE potato, baked and split like a white baked potato. You just gotta try these to believe how simple and delish they really are! Enjoy!

    Recipe #164107

    NOTE: After fiddling with the conversions to quarts and lbs, I discovered this is for a huge crowd! So...I cut the recipe WAY down! While on a family vacation, we visited Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill in Mercer Co. Kentucky. This is the largest restored Shaker village in the US. If you are not familiar with the Shakers, they are the members of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming. They led a very humble life, believing in celibacy, separation (men on one side of the house, women on the other), and the philosophy of "Hands to work, Heart's to God". Their contributions to agriculture, handcrafting, and furniture construction is awesome. Google "Shakers" and see for yourself. This recipe is served at the Trustee's House lodging and is part of what they call "daily fare". They are simply delicious and wonderful served with a slab of butter and a homemade biscuit. Cook time is approximate, as it depends on how hot your "low" is.

    Recipe #158447

    I had this appetizer last night and could not rest until I found a recipe for it! This is outstanding, you will love it!

    Recipe #201452

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