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    Found this hearty chicken stew recipe years ago in an AARP magazine article and have have made it many times for family and company, everyone always enjoys it as much as I do. Great for those cold winter nights

    Recipe #200813

    Just re-located this recipe from one I received from a wives club when living in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War. Had put it away, forgot about it and just found it, so have not tried it yet, but want to as it sounds yummy. Maybe someone else will enjoy too.

    Recipe #249636

    Found this recipe in a magazine and though it has multiple steps in preparation it is so worth it. I found the Ancho chilis in the Mexican section of my grocery store and I am told they are the sweetest of all the dried chilies. Hope you like this as much as my family did.

    Recipe #254762

    Living in Northwestern Washington, lavender grows well and I'm always looking for new ways to use it. Got this recipe at a lavender fair I attended. Yummy and just a little different. Easy to make and sure to draw attention with the name alone.

    Recipe #270878

    My daughter found this recipe on another food network and used it to stuff a baked chicken. We all loved it and since then I have fixed it to good reviews from all the family except the grandsons (was probably a little to different for them) The taste is rich and the texture moist, My daughter changed it some as it was intended for a goose, rather than chicken and called for roasted chestnuts, but we prefer mushrooms. Great for that special dinner for friends or family.

    Recipe #271015

    Found the recipe in a William Sonoma magazine and sounds good. I haven't tried it yet and have never made risotto but want to try this. Sounds creamy with lots of flavor. If you try it before me, let me know.

    Recipe #297034

    Lemon Meringue pie is one of my Mom's favorites, but being a diabetic it's not the best for her. Found this lite version in "Taste of Home" magazine and anxious to try it for her. States the diabetic exchange is 1 starch, 1 fat and 1/2 fruit. I can't vouch for that as I don't know how it's figured, but am going to try this just for her. Prep time does not include chilling time. ETA: Corrected size of pudding and jello.

    Recipe #297540

    Found this in a grocery store magazine and sounds so nice I wanted to save it. Sounds like a simple, refreshing and pretty drink to serve during warm summer days. Preparation time does not includ chill or freezing time.

    Recipe #302219

    This was sent to my email from "Light & Tasty" and is credited to LaDonna Reed of Oklahoma. She says "trying to eat lighter but still crave sweets, this moist, chocolate cake helps with that. The rich frosting, makes a decadent treat" Well sounds good and pretty simple to me though I haven't tried it yet. If you do then let me know.

    Recipe #325031

    Found this in my Taste of Home magazine. As I love both coconut and chocolate, I thought I'd post it here to save for when I start my holiday baking. The recipe states these are a sweet drop cookie and loaded with coconut and chocolate chips. Their crisp edges and soft centers add up to a perfect treat. Sounds good to me!

    Recipe #328217

    Found this recipe in a Paula Deen magazine and looks pretty and sounds good. Can't wait to try it out.

    Recipe #330253

    Found this in Taste of Home magazine and I think the combination sounds so good I wanted to save it. They recommended serving with Sauerbraten, but I'm thinking it'd go great with pork chops. Haven't tried it yet, but it's going to be on my Fall menu plan soon.

    Recipe #331017

    Another Taste of Home recipe that sounds great for the upcoming fall weather. They say gingersnaps add crunch to this creamy, smooth mousse and I think my DGSs are going to love it. Timing does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #331058

    A Taste of Home recipe that combines pumpkin pie with a streusel topping with ginger - has got to be good. Though I haven't tried it yet this is going on my holiday menu for sure.

    Recipe #331060

    Another recipe from my favorite magazine "Taste of Home" I love Lemon and these are described "light cookies that will melt in your mouth - just the right sweet with a cup of coffee or tea." A tip given states "to freez drop cookie dough, drop dough in amounts recipe calls for onto bakiing sheet and freeze until solid. Once frozen, place cookies into a resaealable plastic bag. When ready to bake, let thaw on a baking sheet for 30 min. before baking." Great idea for future uses. Prep time does not include refrigeration. Update, thanks Carrol for some great hints - have a feeling this may be one of those recipes that needs some help, will try these with the added sugar to see if it helps and the extra lemon zest. This may be one of those recipes that needs a lot of help.

    Recipe #348832

    Found this in the Womans Day Holiday Magazine and it looks so cute I've got to try this for Christmas. Though it shows how to make the wreaths by hand, my guess is that if you have a cookie press could do the same thing with the wreath design. These should look so pretty on a holiday cookie tray. This looks like a lot of work, but hey - the holidays only come once a year right!! When decorating you can use a thin red or green ribbon to tie a bow on top if you really want to be fancy, which is what they did in the magazine

    Recipe #395296

    Got this from an email from King Arthur Flour and oh my it sounds good - just listen: This "Creamsicle®" cheesecake features vanilla extract plus Fiori di Sicilia and orange zest, giving it wonderfully bright flavor. It's perfect topped with summer fruit. It recommends 1/4 teaspoon of Fiore di Sicilia in the recipe but Zaar does not recognize and also lemon can used instead of oranges if desired and well as changing the topping to blueberry or even fresh fruit. I got my Fiore di Sicilia from King Arthur but if you choose to make plain vanilla cheesecake, omit the Fiori di Sicilia, and increase the vanilla extract to 1 tablespoon

    Recipe #430770

    Another recipe I was sent on line from TOH that not only looks pretty but is differant from most pies and sounds pretty easy to put together. One of the reviews on this had some good hints to make it serve even better. "Use a can of organic pumpkin that had sugar and all the spices in it already. Recommend having the caramel and chocolate sauces at room temp so that they can be drizzled easily over the deserts before serving. Also recommend putting the desert plates in the freezer to buy some time before the ice cream melts if you are serving a number of guests. Also make sure you have a good knife that can cut cleanly through the crust so the pieces hold together well when you scoop them out. It is an attractive and very delicious desert if served with care and a little speed." Prep time does not include freezing

    Recipe #467755

    I got this off another on-line recipe site and it looks so good I wanted to be sure and save it as this is the only site I really use. It's credited to a "QUIRKYIQ" and she states "the crispiest, spiciest, homemade fried chicken I have ever tasted! It is equally good served hot or cold and has been a picnic favorite" My whole family LOVES a good fried chicken so can't wait to try it out.

    Recipe #468867

    When we lived in Italy DH LOVED the whole fish baked in a salt crust and served at the table where the crust was cracked, then fileted with a spoon and fork and the fish was so moist and flavorful. I never knew how to do it then saw Anne Burrell on TV prepare it and knew I had to get the recipe and make it for us. I haven't done this yet, but will very soon.

    Recipe #498701

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