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    My favorite dessert! Comes out cake-like on top and pudding-like on the bottom. Adapted from a recipe from Cooking Light Magazine.

    Recipe #90353

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    An excellent accompaniment for so many dishes. I made it recently to go along with broiled fish.

    Recipe #191855

    This recipe will suite diabetics and anyone needing a sugar free recipe—alternately, regular ingredients can be used.

    Recipe #171512

    4 Reviews |  By Tracy K

    Delicious on a holiday table. I especially like the variation with walnuts and oranges. An inexpensive port works nicely here. Adapted from a recipe in Gourmet.

    Recipe #42683

    147 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Here's a Crock-Pot stuffing recipe I found in the Calgary Herald and thought I'd share it. I'm going to use it for Christmas with the vegetable stock for my vegetarian so I will add my comments after Christmas.

    Recipe #49609

    Juicy watermelon replaces tomatoes in this salsa that's simultaneously cool and spicy hot, perfect for a summer barbeque. Serve it with tortilla chips, or use it as a topping for grilled chicken or fish.

    Recipe #27469

    Adapted from Southern Living magazine. I used to eat a version of these at a steakhouse in Louisiana and was happy to find a recipe that comes very close. I added my own additions to the recipe to make it come closer to what the restaurant served. You may use light sour cream, reduced sodium salt,reduced calorie margarine, and sugar free maple syrup if necessary - I have made these both ways with success. Elegant enough to serve to dinner guests, and recipe doubles easily.

    Recipe #91021

    I'm posting this in response to a request. If my children were younger and we lived up north, you can be sure you'd find this on our lawn!

    Recipe #48773

    Fabulous on your Christmas Turkey or Ham

    Recipe #143823

    "What is that wonderful auroma?"

    Recipe #41779

    I adopted this recipe from Mean Chef. "Mild brine for turkey, chicken or pork."

    Recipe #23687

    7 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Ham will never be the same! This 3 ingredient no cook chutney will add excitement to any meal.

    Recipe #22552

    Spinach and strawberries what an odd combination for a recipe. That is what I thought before trying this the first time. Now I get many requests to bring this for dinner parties. The raspberry wine vinegar adds a marvelous taste, and compliments the first two ingredients. This salad is very eye pleasing in crystal.

    Recipe #14409

    This is a very old recipe, about 100 years. The combination of garlic and grapes sounds strange, I know, but try it. It's absolutely fabulous.

    Recipe #67682

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These look beautiful on a buffet table and go over well. Pass them around as a pre dinner appetizer. It's finger food!

    Recipe #12217

    14 Reviews |  By yooper

    A co-worker introduced me to this salad. The combination sounds odd, but it all works! The sweetness of the melon, the tanginess of the feta, and the tartness of the lime combine to make an amazing taste sensation!

    Recipe #62318

    This is a REALLY popular Aussie dessert-one that you often find at potlucks. It's simple and yummy-what more could you ask for! Editing to add the photo is of a double mixture. Additional photos show the steps involved making this ring.

    Recipe #42453

    I've been making this for years for any parties we have. It might sound a little weird, but it really is tasty, and it's interesting to hear what people actually think is in it!

    Recipe #70378

    At Christmas time we love to serve our visitors these tiny Christmas cakes, baked in muffin tins. They're easy to make, dark, moist and full of flavour. Start this recipe at least one day ahead as the fruit needs to soak overnight. Preparation time does not include this step.

    Recipe #105332

    In my love for anything orange-flavored and for most things cranberry, I discovered this tasty champagne cocktail. It's a perfect, different touch for your New Year's celebrations!

    Recipe #79189

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