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    I got this original recipe from Top Secret Restaurant Recipes by Todd Wilbur. Haven't made TOO many changes. Sometimes we add seasoned chicken to these as well. They really do taste like something that would come from a restaurant.

    Recipe #364015

    A very nice recipe based on one from the Sunset Quick Cuisine cookbook. Its intro entices, "Moist and creamy, this risotto is laced with mushrooms and crowned with a meaty tomato sauce." I would start with the Italian Sausage Sauce so that its flavors blend while you make the Mushroom Risotto; otherwise, the original recipe says to make the Sausage Sauce while the risotto is simmering for the 15 minutes.

    Recipe #361108

    I love making and eating stuffed mushrooms. So I have to save this one from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #351937

    When my best friend moved away, her mom's good friend made a cheese spread for the going-away party that was so good I spent an entire year trying to find where she got the mix. I finally found it online, but at $12.50 each after shipping, I decided I could probably come close enough on my own. So, with a little experimentation, this is what I came up with. I warn you, it's quite addicting and you'll want to stay a polite distance from others when speaking after you eat it. You can put the dry ingredients together and store them in ziploc bags or small containers so that you can just pull out a mix and add it to the wet ingredients in a snap. I serve it with crackers or beer bread. It can also be rolled into a cheese ball or log for a nice presentation if you're feeling ambitious.

    Recipe #345606

    ABC Pizza. Creamy and gooey pizza. Out of the ordinary pizza. This is total comfort food. It comes together quickly with the use of premade alfredo sauce and pizza crust.

    Recipe #335545

    By The Canadian Living Test Ktichen, Canadian Living Magazine March 2007. Looks very yummy!

    Recipe #301280

    6 Reviews |  By iewe

    This is from Better Homes and Gardens. I love macaroni salad, but cheese makes everything better! :) Prep/cook time does not include chilling time. Can easily be doubled for larger get togethers.

    Recipe #285076

    We love these baked chimichangas.

    Recipe #279261

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This is our creation of a wonderful summertime treat. Add a shot of tequila for the adult version. :)

    Recipe #274469

    Taken in a book from Marie-Josée Taillefer in Quebec

    Recipe #249492

    When it is hot outside, who wants to heat up the oven and the house. These are great to go along side with any meat or fish dish. I clipped this recipe out of a Taste of Home Magazine. Updated 7/25/11, I now have made the recipe and the whole family loved the potatoes this way. I also added onion, but the recipe doesn't call for it. To really make it easy, I used "Simply Potatoes" already peeled and sliced potatoes, and used an 8"x8" foil pan; so quick and simple, yet so flavorful.

    Recipe #249021

    From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #232632

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This pie startes with my dough that is easy to handle and tasty. You can grill the veggies and sausage or saute them indoors the day before. This recipe is a great way to use left-over sausage and peppers so do use your favorite. As with all grills, keep a close eye on the pizza. Check out this thread http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=274104 on grilling pizza.

    Recipe #227404

    Pinchitos Morunos (Moorish Skewers) are extremely popular as a Tapa, partuclarly in Andalucia. They are of Moorish origin, and are usually made from Lamb or Pork, I have used Chicken as the meat in this recipe, but I have listed other options! They are marinated in a Moorish saffron & spice mix and usually grilled outside and over charcoal or wood; however, they also cook beautifully on a griddle or in a heavy griddle type pan inside, during the cooler months. These are my favourite meat skewers and make a regular appearance on the "Al Fresco Lunch Table" during the Summer months. Great finger food for friends - or you can increase the quantities and make a meal of them. Serve them with a simple Tomato & Parsley Salad with my Sherry Vinegar Dressing, Flatbreads & Pickles for a true taste of Spain!

    Recipe #227243

    This is out of one of my old 2000 weight watchers cookbooks called, "Just like home". There is 8 points for 1 patty and about 6 tablespoons of gravy. This was marked in my book to make again. (That means DH really liked it). I have served it with noodles and mashed potatoes. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #215098

    This is a delicious sandwich and a great way to use up leftover steak --- I really don't even bother measuring out the exact amounts, the amounts I have listed I think are pretty close to what I use when I make this sandwich, you may adjust the ingredient amounts to suit taste, and to save some time you can fry the onions and mushroom/garlic mixture well in advance --- it's not really necessary to brown the bread, I like to do so as I find it makes a difference to the taste of the sandwich, serving size is only estimated --- this is delicious!

    Recipe #160417

    This goes well with dippers like tortilla chips, raw celery and carrots or rolled in small soft tortillas. Serve warm or cold, but best warm.

    Recipe #158592

    A friend e-mailed me this recipe and I don't know the origin; however, I do know that we really enjoyed it!

    Recipe #150506

    Unlike guacamole, everything is hand-chopped. I use it as a salsa for arepas, a chopped salad with meals, a chunky dip for corn chips.

    Recipe #144224

    28 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is Wolfgang Puck's recipe from the Food network. I had some home grown tomatoes, and thought this would be a great breakfast, and it was! I did increase the quantity of fresh herbs, but you can reduce those to be more like his recipe. I also subbed creme fraiche for his heavy creme.

    Recipe #133475

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