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    I came up with this combination as a teen and it has always been my favorite. You can use any salad dressing of your choice and top with boiled eggs, sunflower seeds, cheese, croutons, bacon bits or whatever you choose. My preference with this one...just serve it like it is. The juices from the tomatoes are all the dressing I require! It is very colorful, light and refreshing! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Recipe #41636

    2 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    Some nights you need a budget friendly, fast hearty meal that, when paired with a salad or vegetable, will keep the family from getting take out or heading for fast food. This is an easy meal with ingredients you likely may have in the pantry, paired with meat and fresh onions. This is a kid guarantee. In our house it is perfect on sports nights or when work goes late. This is from Pillsbury's Come & Eat magazine cookbook Summer 2002. Enjoy ChefDLH

    Recipe #406992

    This is a super basic beer bread that came from Something Extra Magazine by Raley's. It was in a feature about the 1930s so please not only rate this based on being cost saving and easy but the beer taste that comes through. I found this when wanting to use up my bisquick from another recipe. Perfect. Made 2 small loaves but can be doubled. Very well received and perfect with soup and stews. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #412570

    This is a cracker topper. It is from Kraft and is a "Game Day Great" for Superbowl/Football parties and came in their 2010 booklet. It is super easy and gets a great response from guests. They were all gone. The sauce and the french fried onions make the flavors meld. Great for game day or any day. Can be easily made for a crowd see note. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #410610

    This recipe is for Ina Garten's (Barefoot Contessa) Back to Basics recipe for Chocolate dipped strawberries. There is a more basic version on the 'Zaar but this is the advanced one with more ingredients. Super great for Valentine's Day, special occasions, fondue night, after dinner dessert, romantic dinners, you name it. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #412572

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa, in her book Back to Basics , makes this herb marinated pork. Now she has another recipe that is bone in but this one is quicker. Can you go wrong with tenderloins? Marinade and put on the grill for you, for company, for both. (Please note: rep and cooking time does not include the marinading over night or at least 3 hours) Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #412729

    This recipe is for a great soup by the Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten in her new book Back to Basics. The secret is the crunchy shallots so make sure to try making them as well. See recipe #412840 as well for that- well worth it. Enjoy ChefDLH

    Recipe #412844

    This addictive dip goes fast and is a great one to make quickly and serve fast. The plate gets cleaned. Lower in fat with the neufchatel and if you sub in 2% cheese. This is from a Kraft cookbooklet for Superbowl 2010. It was so colorful and the flavors fresh. Hope you all enjoy it as much as our guests did. Great for those who don't want alcohol: see the note for the substitution. A great stand alone as presentation is so pretty. I will post a picture soon. Enjoy ChefDLH

    Recipe #413458

    This is a sauce for dipping shrimp into. It goes with Ina Garten's roasted shrimp cocktail Roasted shrimp coctail recipe #350688 . This sauce from Back to Basics cookbook from 2008, is perfect for any shrimp cocktail and easy to make. I keep it on file so no more bottle cocktail sauce is needed thus saving me money and allowing me to control the ingredients. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #413445

    This is the original out of her Back to Basics Cookbook. There are other versions out there with the ingredients adjusted and redone but this one is the real deal. The difference is that the meatballs are made with ground chicken and chicken sausage not beef or pork. A welcome change from the normal wedding soup. Ina Garten aka the Barefoot Contessa makes this traditional soup in a different yet wonderfully flavorful way. The directions look to be many but they are spread out to make it easier to make. Don't let it intimidate. After the meatballs it is simple. Perfect for those cold days and nights. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #413780

    This recipe is from Giada De Laurentiis from her show Giada at Home on the Food Network. These are perfect to be made with/for kids or when you want to feel like one. You must like raspberries though as the homemade syrup mixed with raspberry sherbet and fresh raspberries pack a punch. If you have a large quantity of raspberries to use this is ideal. Check on the special glasses etc needed below. Feel like a kid again. enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #420493

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    Perfect for cookouts, grilling, potlucks and more! There are others with the same name on the site but the ingredients are different in this one from Pillsbury Get Togethers Magazine. This one is fresh and light and can be a meal or a side dish. It is served cold so it can be made ahead and carted to wherever it needs to go. The pepperoni adds a punch of protein and color along with the red kidney beans. Any medium pasta works but the farfalle makes a great presentation. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #429248

    This is an easy recipe for pizza dough that you make by hand. If you have no food processor or a bread maker or you just want to make it by hand, this fits the bill. You can make the dough and put in the fridge for the next day too. Smells just like the dough at the pizzeria. Homemade pizza just tastes better and with a little planning ahead is super simple. My family just wished we had made two sets of dough! Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #443420

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    I love new appetizer recipes especially ones my kids will eat happily. This recipe is from Rachael Ray's magazine June/July 2011 by Esther Choi.

    Recipe #456129

    This ice tea comes from Trisha Yearwood's book Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood. It is a "classic Southern cooler." It was also featured in LHJ magazine June 2010. Serve it at bbqs, cook outs, picnics, everyday at home, or keep some in the fridge for when peple pop in. The secret is in the steeping and in the addition of very cold water. Orange slices make a nice presentation. It is not too sweet & yet goes down smooth. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #459872

    This recipe is for a super easy punch for a celebratory occasion. Just three ingredients and you have a delicious punch to serve family and friends. Make as little or as much as you need. No big punch bowl if all you need is a pitcher. Kid friendly, non-alcoholic and fun. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #471042

    This recipe is for a traditional Irish beef meal. Perfect to serve on or for St. Patrick's Day or any day. Rather than go with the traditional corn beef, I wanted a beef dish that would surprise my family and be good for company. I found it and credit The Best of Ireland. Hope it adds to your feast. Enjoy. ChefDLH

    Recipe #359709

    This recipe is from Cooking with Paula Deen magazine Nov/Dec 2009. This soup is warm and hearty. People of all ages loved it and it is a fast family supper. You can double it easily and freeze the second portion for later. It tastes more like a regular cheeseburger to me. I garnished mine with some cheddar cheese as well. Served with my Hamburger Bun Toasts recipe also from Paula Deen in that same issue that she used to accompany it. Hope you like it. Enjoy ChefDLH

    Recipe #411645

    This is from the May /June 2009 issue of Paula Deen's magazine under party menus "Meet the Parents Menu" as the appetizer. I made these for my family and guests and they all really enjoyed them. I didn't tell my husband and he said they seemed more upscale than most appetizers. The secret is the filling for the pockets. This is a delightful little mouthful. This is made for a party so it makes a lot of pockets. Enjoy ChefDLH!

    Recipe #373503

    This recipe was called "Triscuit Turkey Melts" by Rachael Ray but I prefer turkey brie cranberry bites as that really tells you what you are getting. This is an easy appetizer that would be great for the holidays, Thanksgiving, a dinner party at home or anytime you need a quick snack. Very cute and yummy! Watch the brie in the broiler. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #328482

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