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Butter...Garlic...Cheese? Chicken rolled in all? How can this recipe not be a keeper?!! My sister-in-law gave me this recipe some 25 years ago. It's just as good today as it was then - maybe even better since my garlic tastes have increased over the years as well as my "eye-balling" measurements (meaning more garlic!). Just be sure not to overcook as the chicken will be dry - follow these directions and the chicken will be moist. This is a great prepare ahead meal that will impress.

Recipe #92072

This is a good lazy afternoon lunch or dinner. Easy, and it tastes great.

Recipe #27486

Sometimes you just don't have all day to make Vietnamese soup! You can have this made and in your hands in 15 minutes!

Recipe #28377

4 Reviews |  By Dave

Japanese wings.

Recipe #5054

27 Reviews |  By Bergy

Exotic touch to economical dish. Nice combo of flavors

Recipe #11633

Nothing fancy here - just good, old fashioned and delicious scalloped potatoes.

Recipe #80989

The Shield's Tavern in Colonial Williamsburg opened in the 1740s and was a familiar gathering spot for burgesses, travelers, and townspeople. This recipe for herb dressing from a flier my mother received at Williamsburg is a favorite in our house! Cook time includes chilling.

Recipe #81901

I recently got two pounds of mini bell peppers at Costco, and after eating about half of them raw (yum! they're so sweet and tasty!) we got to the point where I needed to find something else to do with them. Here's what I came up with, and having just eaten one, I can assure you they're absolutely delicious! These can be either baked (which I usually do), or eaten uncooked.

Recipe #99048

I've made these several times, and they're quite tasty! You can either use your own cooked polenta or commercially packaged cooked polenta, whichever you prefer.

Recipe #99213

Once upon a time, my husband told me that he didn't like cooked cabbage. "Ah ha," I thought, "a challenge!" So I made a dish based on my "Simmered Leeks" recipe that works so well, and -- let's just put it this way: he changed his mind. He loves it when I make simmered cabbage! A very simple and tasty way to use this much-maligned veggie.

Recipe #100417

While watching FoodTV, I saw a piece about Amy Ruth's restaurant in New York where the owner made fried chicken dipped in a honey cinnamon mixture. It looked so good I began searching on the web for a recipe which approximated it... and after much browsing of webpages I put together a recipe that I thought might taste something like it. I don't fry my chicken, so here's a baked version, tweaked to my own tastes.

Recipe #65266

Absolutely delicious, and surprisingly easy to make!

Recipe #65627

I tossed this together the other night and it was wonderful! I was more than pleased with the results. Very easy, simple, and tasty. :) A surprisingly tasty combination of ingredients!

Recipe #68504

A while back, my husband and I were going to an event where we'd be camping for several days without refrigeration. One of the nights we wanted chili, but didn't want to have to keep anything on ice. I came up with a very tasty concoction - extremely simple, a bit lazy, and delicious!

Recipe #64307

This is the method for making polenta that my mom swears by. :) I asked her where she got the recipe, and she thinks it was from the Oregonian newspaper.

Recipe #52733

Rice symbolizes prosperity and wealth, so rice balls are good for New Year's and wedding celebrations. I love these tasty little morsels, and they go well with many different kinds of food! I've served them with various meats and seafood, and they're always welcome at my table. :) Prep time includes chilling.

Recipe #50265

A very easy and tasty fresh sauce! You can make this up quickly and forget about it until dinner, or even make it up ahead of time and take it with you to a friend's house to help with dinner. :) Prep time doesn't include setting time.

Recipe #51089

Most people have heard of "Apple Brown Betty" but this is a version for when you'd like something a bit different and/or you don't have any apples about. From what I understand, a jam version is also as quite traditional as apple, made during lean times. When we've made this we used various kinds of jams or jellies, or sometimes a mixture! It's a good way to use up those almost-empty jars in the fridge to make way for fresh ones. :) You can make this with leftover flavored breads, too, such as zucchini or gingerbread - yum!

Recipe #49665

Recipe #49743

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