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    I Recommend

    I have reviewed many recipes that are excellent. These are a few that I have made more than once. Sometimes I play I Recommend game so I put this together to make it easier. It is difficult to sift through reviews after about page 10 so the gems I have found get hidden. Some of my recent reviews are not here yet because I haven't had time to make again.
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    I found this recipe in Better Homes and Gardens magazine. It won in their prize tested recipe section. I make this all the time and people always ask for the recipe. I always improvise with this. Sometimes I add mangoes, cucumbers and/or romaine hearts. This is easy and tastes like you are a chef.

    Recipe #40882

    Adapted many years ago from a recipe in the Calgary Herald newspaper. It is a no fail recipe! Easy for the beginner cook and looks very elegant. Can be doubled and tripled with no problem! Cook time does not take into consideration overnight sitting time, so plan ahead!!

    Recipe #71017

    54 Reviews |  By Mercy

    From Mr. Food...cooking time is really the freezing time.

    Recipe #119562

    This is an easy way to serve omelets. In our house, it takes me forever to make breakfast on the stove top! Baking this is soooo much easier. Feel free to add or subtract to suit your tastes (bacon, sausage, onions, peppers, etc.)

    Recipe #28648

    9 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    There is nothing like fresh bread and this is my version of my all time favorite.

    Recipe #287194

    These are really good. Using fresh blueberries is best. Credit for this recipe goes to Paula Hadley, Forest Hill, LA, as printed in Taste of Home's Family Collection Cookbook.

    Recipe #69850

    Recipe is from Southern Living Magazine. Great little appetizer!

    Recipe #470188

    I have never had asparagus as good as this recipe from my friend Stacy in Virginia. My Hubby and I easily eat an entire bunch in one sitting! This is so EASY!!!

    Recipe #294693

    Allergies are sooooo annoying! Can I hear a amen? But seriously as soon as spring comes around for me its terrible and the sneezing, itchy/watery eyes, and asthma comes on strong. I am literally allergic to almost everything under the sun: grass, weeds, trees, flowers, etc. Luckily I’m not allergic to dogs that would be heartbreaking. This year since being on a more natural journey I wanted to find a natural allergy relief. Well that, and my allergy medicine ran out and I didn’t want to buy more so I started looking for a natural solution. There are more natural solutions than this but this is what I have tried so far and what works for me.

    Recipe #497751

    8 Reviews |  By Laura70

    Excellent seafood flavor - scallops, shrimp, and crab with just the right amount of creamy sauce. I can never have just one serving of this. I think the clam juice is what gives the sauce such a good flavor. I use precooked shrimp so I don't have to cook them with the scallops at all. I always add extra Parmesan cheese (the real shredded kind, not the powdery grated kind) to the sauce and on top. You can use either white pepper or black pepper.

    Recipe #208245

    A Cherry stuffed muffin with a sweet crumb topping. I found this on another site listed as adapted from Food & Wine Magazine.

    Recipe #419988

    This is a recipe for grilled chicken breasts that have been brined in fresh basil and lemon for unbeatable flavor. Time does not include marinating.

    Recipe #387276

    This is like dessert chicken. So yummy and my kids love it. Best with fresh rolls to soak up extra sauce.

    Recipe #495698

    Boxes of oven-ready lasagna may contain 12 or 16 noodles. For 12 noodles use 3 per layer, for 16 use 4. If Swiss Chard is unavailable, use a 16 oz. pkg of frozen spinach.

    Recipe #335766

    This is the best way to cook bacon. It cooks more evenly this way and more importantly, it requires little attention. The most wonderful part is you don't have grease spatters on your stove!

    Recipe #208501

    I had these at a friend's little girl's birthday party. I don't normally rave about a cookie. And, it takes a special dessert to get my attention. These cookies were amazing. I like my cookies soft. This fit the bill. Plus, they decorated beautifuly. They reminded me of the look of a Cookie Bouquet cookie with a lot better taste. The icing is Wilton's buttercream icing. A thin layer of this made for an amazing cookie.

    Recipe #336918

    I've been baking these since I was a little girl. Nothing better than a glass of milk and a couple of warm peanut butter cookies!

    Recipe #10269

    14 Reviews |  By Geema

    If you want something different to do with the season's harvest of winter squash, try this delicious roasted side dish.

    Recipe #147381

    10 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Finnish Coffee Bread for a 2 lb. breadmaker on dough setting, but can also be made in a 1 1/2 lb breadmaker. Prep time includes rising time. Recipe adapted from recipe printed on genealogia.org)

    Recipe #37893

    These cookie slices were my absolute favorites growing up in Denmark. They are simple but yet so delicious, especially if you are a sweetened coconut fan. This is an old family recipe. I have tried to search the origin but it goes back hundreds of years literally. I have done my best to convert recipe into cups/tablespoons but if you have a scale I recommend that you weigh the ingredients instead of using the other measures. The cookies freeze well. The dough is quite fragile and I recommend that you cool it for 10 to 15 minutes in the refrigerator before rolling it out.

    Recipe #395424

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