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    I have been making these pralines for 20 years. They are creamy, not sticky, and do not have that gritty sugar texture.

    Recipe #40800

    The first time I ever went to visit my friend Alan's family, his mom had made pralines. She is from Louisiana and made the best pralines! One night, I got hungry for them and did a quick search and found this OH SO EASY recipe!

    Recipe #174101

    1 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    An easy-to-make cornbread dressing that has become a tradition at our holiday table. Great with turkey, ham, goose, or duck.

    Recipe #104737

    This is my favorite sandwich at Panera so I was happy to find the recipe and share! It's a terrific way to use up leftover spinach artichoke dip, or an excuse to make some up...try Recipe#277769 or Recipe#243807 to cut out some of the fat.

    Recipe #290060

    A Cajun classic, meal in one pot! Have the hot sauce ready to splash on. Serve with some crusty french bread, a nice crisp salad, and some of your favorite wine. :)

    Recipe #28165

    3 Reviews |  By Malriah

    For some, Jazz Fest can be a religious experience. For locals, it is a yearly pilgrimige and for myself, Sweet Potato Pone is the holy grail. I am still working on the crunchy, crumbly "crust" but this recipe for the filling is the closest I have come to the real deal. If you are ever in the neighborhood of New Orleans during late April or early May, stop by Jazz Fest and try out the Pone. It will be in the same vendor tent as the Greenbean Artichoke Casserole. Or you could just try mine! Cook time includes the time to bake the Sweet Potatoes.

    Recipe #53639

    62 Reviews |  By Caryn

    My mom's favorite hot chocolate mix. A little different from other mixes as this one has a box of instant chocolate pudding.

    Recipe #20713

    This is from the Silver Palate Cookbook, and I love their food. I have seen this recipe for years and finally decided to try it and I am so glad I did! Prunes, capers and olives just didn't sound good, but I was SO wrong! I usually use legs and thighs, marinate them for about 6 hours in a plastic zip-top bag, and turn them every couple of hours. Only change I made was using 2 heads of roasted garlic instead of the 1 head of raw garlic. (that's HEAD, not clove.) I always use skin on, they brown and caramelize to a rich deep color. I urge you to try this...be brave and do it, you will be pleasantly suprised! : ) This makes a large amount, you can easily halve this recipe. Prep time does not include marinating time. Hope you enjoy! Correction...For the large quantity...it IS 4 2 1/2 lbs.chicken, sorry for ommision of the 4 in the original post. But Zaar won't let me put 4 chickens in the recipe.

    Recipe #395629

    26 Reviews |  By Merlot

    This is a great little appetizer that can be made ahead of time and frozen. When guests arrive, just pop them in the microwave to reheat. Everyone loves them and they are so easy.

    Recipe #32076

    4 Reviews |  By Kree

    If you've ever been to Cape Cod, you've almost certainly either seen or eaten at one of the many Box Lunch franchises in the area. This is my recreation of one of their famous "Rollwiches", scaled down to fit my smaller appetite. Feel free to make this in a larger tortilla and increase the other ingredients if you desire. If you add some slices of swiss cheese, this becomes a Priscilla Alden!

    Recipe #132067

    I find any excuse possible to serve this. Great around the holidays but worthy of being made all year round. It is the dish I am most often asked to bring to a gathering requiring finger foods or appetizers. Really good on Townhouse Wheat Crackers. If I don't have any orange juice concentrate, I use just enough fresh squeezed juice to make it the right consistency and the zest from the orange for more flavor. *PLEASE NOTE!!* You REALLY need to make this ahead of time! The flavors must blend for it to taste good!

    Recipe #99081

    These are one of the best cookies I have ever eaten. They make up easily, and they disappear fast. I make these every year when we put up our Christmas Tree. I serve them with hot Cocoa while we decorate our tree. I swear the cookies are anticipated as much as the tree!

    Recipe #48241

    10 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe can be served hot or chilled over ice. It is perfect for the winter months, caroling, sleding, etc. It is also perfect for sipping around the pool or at barbecues. It comes for The Hotel Limpia Cookbook.

    Recipe #146656

    14 Reviews |  By SlipC

    My hubby is a big rice fan, and this is one of his favorite kinds. Great for the holidays and potluck dinners.

    Recipe #47641

    My sister-in-law served this at a family function and it's been a hit ever since. No Cheese Whiz, just real cheddar cheese. Delicious, and kid-friendly. My now-grown son would request this when he came home from college. This recipe is very adaptable as well - add crushed Ritz crackers or panko crumbs on top during the last 5 minutes of cooking for a crunchy topping. Add bacon bits to the mixture for some extra flavor, or add a couple teaspoons of hot sauce for some heat. I also have used brown rice successfully with this recipe, and frozen broccoli cuts instead of chopped.

    Recipe #105080

    This is my mom's recipe that just can't be beat. I don't know where the recipe came from, I just know they're good! I like them plain with raisins for decoration, but you can go all-out if you want! Have fun and enjoy!! *I used this recipe to make my gingerbread house, but the directions are slightly different for this. **See bottom of page.

    Recipe #135524

    Saved this recipe from a parent workshop with my oldest daughter. Very easy to whip up, and the kids LOVED to taste it along the way!! Used whatever leftover icing to "glue" gingerbread house ingredients with a clean popsticle stick to an empty 8oz. milk carton.

    Recipe #148607

    This dough is very easy to work with. We use this gingerbread to make our annual gingerbread houses. One recipe makes 3 fair sized gingerbread houses. This is also works excellent for gingerbread people. From Good Housekeeping Dec 94

    Recipe #149257

    Dough designed for gingerbread houses to with stand cracks and sagging but still delicious. Tips: * If your dough is too tough to roll-out, microwave for 10-15 seconds. * Use aluminum foil to roll-out, transfer and bake your pieces. Cut a piece of foil the same size as your baking sheet. Wipe your working surface with a damp sponge and lay the foil on top. This will prevent the foil from slipping. Sprinkle the foil with flour, roll-out your dough, cut your pieces, lift the entire piece of foil onto your baking sheet and bake. Use a fresh piece of foil for each roll-out. * A pizza cutter provides a quick, straight line for large pieces like walls and roofs. * Cut all windows and doors before baking. * Prevent a lopsided house by holding the sides in place until dry. * Pint-size zip-lock freezer bags make excellent frosting bags. Snip off the corner of the bag, fill with frosting, zip-lock closed and decorate. * Variety of candy used to decorate is more important than quantity. * Rice Krispie Treats, tinted green, make fun uniquely shaped bushes and trees.

    Recipe #194780

    4 Reviews |  By Manami

    Found this in "Food & Family" and is so easy to make. It calls for a minimum of at least 2 hours chilling time. This fudge is a great choice for cookie plates or platters, as well.

    Recipe #148187

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