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    This is an American version of the Hungarian Dobos Torte. Six thin cake layers filled and frosted with dark chocolate cream, then topped with shattery caramel candy. I used to request this as my birthday cake as a kid because it looks so impressive and I loved to crack the candy topping. It really is more of a grown up cake though, not very sweet. I haven’t had it in ages but it is well worth the work if you want to impress someone.

    Recipe #441854

    My Mother has been making this for years from an old 1970's Family Circle Pies and Cakes cookbook. Cookbook's notes: "Crisp crust, velvety-smooth filling, creamy topping are all delectably chocolatey." Her notes: "Real good- favorite, very airy yet rich."

    Recipe #225294

    This is way better than any banana cream pie I’ve ever had. I liked it with whipped cream, my Hubby and Mother liked the cherry topping. I tried this with 2x the bananas and it wasn’t as good…it was mushy.

    Recipe #441842

    I don't care for coconut but my Grandmother says this is an excellent recipe and I trust her opinion. She found the recipe in a coconut scented candle box of all places!

    Recipe #288364

    Mandy from Oz requested her recipe#243686 be made lighter so I took on the challenge. I not only cut the fat and sugar but added more flavor. Yum! I started with 1 serving of her recipe and worked off of that and made it 2 servings. I think this would be good with bananas tossed in orange juice mixed in it too! There are more ways to make it even lighter which I have offered below. You could also omit the sauce. ***Nutrition facts for Splenda brown sugar blend: 1/2 tsp= 10 calories and 2g sugars. So if you use all of it in this recipe that should bring the calories up to 386 per serving and the sugar to 20.5g per serving.

    Recipe #257051

    This is my new favorite pasta recipe. I've made it about 10 times the last few months because it's so easy and so good. It's adapted from a grocery store recipe. It's great even without the chicken. You can add onion to this also by sauteing some in the olive oil before adding the tomatoes. Please use all fresh ingredients for the best results.

    Recipe #432820

    Healthy, Low-Calorie, Lowfat, Low-carb, Flavorful, Vibrant soup. I decided to try to make a Healthy Vegetarian option soup that would be light and refreshing for the Summer. The ingredients in green curry paste were a perfect spicy match for green vegetables. Most soups like this would have coconut cream in them but I didn't want the calories and it is wonderful without it.

    Recipe #461058

    Lime juice, cumin and cilantro are a magical zesty combination. Grilled chicken breast, ground beef or fried eggs go great over this. Use vegetable bouillon cube for Vegetarian.

    Recipe #461062

    Inspired by RSC#11 ingredients. Do you like Spinach Artichoke Dip? If you do, you're sure to enjoy this. If you cut up the veggies and shred the cheese ahead it will be quicker to throw together. You could also assemble it the night before and then bake it the next day. I'm sure this would be great with chicken, shrimp or ground beef but I wanted it to be a Vegetarian entry. Go ahead, try it and impress your family and friends.

    Recipe #282909

    Created for RSC#12. Mmm, complex flavors, healthy, tasty, good. While I made this Vegetarian, you can make this with pork or chicken if you want. Mix and match any veggies you have on hand and clean out the pantry while you're at it. I think beans, corn and olives would go nicely in this as well. I chopped my veggies large and chunky. This would probably work great in a crock pot also.

    Recipe #317849

    Created for the Dining on a Dollar contest. A tasty, healthy, jazzed up cowboy caviar. Full of fiber and protein. Good as a dip, over lettuce, by it's self or wrapped in a tortilla with cheese for a filling lunch. You can easily turn up the heat. Servings depend on if it's a main course or appetizer.

    Recipe #440730

    This is a nice hearty warming fun flavorful fiber filled soup. It's adapted from a recipe I found in a Coca Cola cookbook. I'm sure you could play with it even more than I did adding garlic, carrots etc. It can also be made with a ham or beef bone omitting the bouillon cubes. It didn't specify the type of lentils but looking at the cooking time I surmised it was a whole type. I used whole red lentils (Masoor) which turned out perfect! I also added in some cooked crumbled bacon per my husband's request and it was great in it.

    Recipe #357563

    This is my adaptation of some other coleslaws I've tried with horseradish. For those that like a bold tangy coleslaw like me. I like to chop everything confetti style. It does turn lavender from the purple cabbage after sitting so if that will bother you just use all green. Might be good for a party of purple foods. LOL. Some nice additions would be: red bell pepper, shredded carrots, green onions and radishes. Have fun!

    Recipe #302298

    I got this from a co-worker named Charlotte about 15 years ago. She brought it to a potluck and I LOVED it! Mmm, comfort food. I know it's really unhealthy...it may work with lowfat options.

    Recipe #251801

    Please note that this recipe takes ten days of pickling time, but is well worth the effort! This is from "The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas". I made the entire "Swedish Winter Feast" for a past Christmas and it was wonderful! I'll post the other recipes next: Swedish Sauerkraut, Swedish Green Split Peas with Bacon, Mashed Rutabaga, Turnip, and Potato & Sweet and Hot Mustard, served with Rye Bread. I expected not to like anything and ended up LOVING everything!

    Recipe #197188

    I got this off a turkey website. It went with a Bourbon glazed turkey and apple hash. This was a very tasty mustard. I halved this recipe when I made it and it was plenty. I posted the apple hash recipe also.

    Recipe #432814

    Vietnamese. From "The Little Saigon Cookbook". Great on salads, chicken, fish and spring rolls.

    Recipe #282797

    From “North African Cooking” by Hilaire Walden.

    Recipe #305855

    Adapted from: 660 Curries by Raghavan Iyer. Great book! I really enjoyed this made mild but would increase the spices. If you like it hot but don't have fresh peppers, use crushed red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #302296

    This is a wonderful tasting all meat, no bean chili. The flavor of this is enhanced if it is made 24 hours in advance. For the best results use a dutch oven. A large pot also works. It may also work in a crockpot but I haven't tried that yet.

    Recipe #202026

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