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    I got this from the food network website. These are amazing. I didn't cut them in the slices like fries I cut them in thin slices.

    Recipe #391506

    These are just the best brownies ever!

    Recipe #91861

    A versatile mayo. The optional addition of honey tinges it sweet. Recipe easily increases or decreases proportionately.

    Recipe #434654

    Love this novel idea from Blue Belle Ice Cream. Originally uses Blue Bell Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream for a St. Patrick's Day theme, but any ice cream works well. Freeze time not included. With adult supervision, can easily be made with kids.

    Recipe #429643

    This was one of my favorite tempeh recipes for a long time, and I am surprised it is not already posted here! It comes from the May 1998 edition of Cooking Light, and it is just perfect when you want a warm comfort food-ish yet vegetarian meal! I recommend cutting the veggies very small to get the most authentic "sloppy joe" texture.

    Recipe #415310

    I love to make these cookies for my GSD (German Shepherd Dog) Gunnar. He loves them! Funny thing is, the kids like them too...go figure!

    Recipe #147933

    25 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A nice roasted cabbage that becomes a warm salad when using the balsamic vinegar option. **Two cutting options provided both tend to want to separate just because it is cabbage.

    Recipe #441862

    A real old fashioned British style "Doorstep" sandwich, jazzed up a wee bit by adding chutney with mayonnaise and then toasting it........just delicious! The only criteria for these toasted "sarnies" is that you use THICK slices of good quality white Farmhouse style bread; such as home-made or Artisanal crusty bread! And, a good quality Cheddar cheese - preferably mature with good mayonnaise and tangy chutney! Although I have given the method for grilling (broiling) these sarnies, they'll be fine if they're made in an electric sandwich or grilling machine, such as a George Foreman. There is no need to add the chutney separately then, just add it to the cheese and mayonnaise mixture. This is a recipe for one greedy person - please increase the quantities for more greedy people if necessary!!

    Recipe #294857

    From Gooseberry Patch-Mom's Favorite Recipes. I received this in the Cookbook Swap from mandabears and just love the simplicity of the recipes and the wholesomeness that comes with them. Easy to make, simple food that is nutritous and tasty!

    Recipe #389469

    No coffee creamer or instant tea here. Wait until you catch the aroma of this wafting through your house! Adapted from several online sources with inspiration most notably from my own spice stash, but also from the side box of Yogi tea, and chaitearecipes.com, etc. Be sure the milk or milk substitute you use is very fresh!

    Recipe #220853

    These potatoes are a staple in our home. Whether accompanying roast lamb or chicken, or just on their own, we have them a couple of times a week. They are delicious and the ones that get overly-brown in the pan and stick a bit are MINE! Clean up is a little tricky with this recipe, unless you line your pans with foil, but I find that just filling the pan up with hot, sudsy water and forgetting for an hour (something I apparently have no problem doing ;-)) helps a lot.

    Recipe #87782

    Raspberry iced tea. I have also made it sugar free using splenda, and with blueberries instead of raspberries. If you use blueberries you have to boil them with the water so they will pop open and release their juices.

    Recipe #309187

    From Naturipefarms.com. I have no objections if you want to substitute other berries in this beverage.

    Recipe #429065

    Found on fastrecipes.com for ZWT6!

    Recipe #425125

    So sweet and very healthy!

    Recipe #276884

    Recipe #422390

    The best cheesecake recipe I've found so far!

    Recipe #411858

    An easy side dish for meat or poultry. If there are leftovers they are great sliced and fried for breakfast.

    Recipe #216824

    8 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Derived from Robbie Rice's "Hooter's Buffalo Wings". I've been a vegetarian since my early teens, but to this day I still miss BBQ chicken and wings. Well, no longer!

    Recipe #406971

    6 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Derived from LinMarie's "Bourbon Chicken" recipe, this tofu, fried, cooked in sauce and served over rice, won't disappoint; at the moment its my favorite tofu recipe.

    Recipe #406969

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