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    Holiday Menu -- Valentine's Dinner 2006

    I didn't make full portions of ALL of those appys. LOL I only made 4 pieces of each for us to nibble while we sipped some wine and finished dinner prep together. It was a great meal. :

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    30 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    These are great. asparagus can be blanched ahead

    Recipe #92175

    Another stuffed mushroom receipe. This is very easy.

    Recipe #31399

    32 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    This recipe is not going to help me keep my girlish figure, but it is soooo delicious! You can adjust the ingredient amounts to your liking and make it your own. I've always wondered why my garlic cheese bread at home never tasted quite as good as it does at a restaurant. I think it's the mayonnaise and the freshly minced garlic.

    Recipe #28419

    Not a very original name, but you'll see why I started calling it that after you try it. Very simple and no leftovers, EVER!! (Chill time is noted as cook time).

    Recipe #128690

    2 Reviews |  By Manami

    A touch of cream gives this slightly tangy sauce a silky-smooth finish. Be sure to serve this dish with yummy-crust hot bread so you can sop up every drop of sauce. Found this in Cooking Light, January of 2003 but have not tried it yet.

    Recipe #154167

    25 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    I was a bit skeptical of this 3-ingredient recipe, but curious enough to try it. This was certainly a case where curiosity paid off--these are wonderful little cookies! The recipe was published in Food & Wine's 6th edition of "Best of the Best-The best recipes from the 25 best cookbooks of the year". It was taken from Rozanne Gold's "Desserts 1-2-3". (Be sure to use the self-rising cake flour called for, not self-rising all-purpose flour.)

    Recipe #152865


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