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    This is a recipe from to use with their seafood cakes--we like it as something a little different from the usual tartar or cocktail sauce. I like it because it uses pantry ingredients (either fresh or dried chives works great). Note: The cooking time is the cooling time.

    Recipe #373151

    This is my all purpose BBQ sauce--for brisket, ribs, etc. It is a pretty traditional sauce, a little sweet and a little tangy! (It is also included in my brisket recipe.)

    Recipe #305970

    This is a little bit different than your usual BBQ/grilled chicken--the sauce is tasty, but optional! Cooking time includes time for marinade.

    Recipe #306093

    3 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    Well, I modified Recipe #73916 enough that I figured I would post my version! And, as I can't make any small batches in the crock pot, this is OAMC. For a smaller crock pot, or for non-OAMC, this recipe can be cut in half. Enjoy! Note: Servings are main-dish dinner sized portions.

    Recipe #333125

    Chicken soup is good when you're sick--but too many take a little too much effort when you are the one who is sick! This is a super easy soup that will hit the spot! I don't like too much broth, so this isn't very soupy with 4 cups, but you can add more broth (up to 6 cups).

    Recipe #333127

    This is what I have come up with for shepherd's pie, after combining a few other recipes and adding my spin with my own mashed potatoes. I hope that you enjoy! Also, this can be frozen before the final baking and then defrosted in the fridge overnight before baking for approximately 45 minutes after placing the dish in a non-preheated 350°F oven.

    Recipe #341167

    I can't remember where I found this, and it isn't quite the same as others posted, so I thought I would share! This is my favorite corn pudding--and it is really a pudding, not bread-like as some others are, and definitely comfort food! We love this as a side dish for Thanksgiving--but I also love it for lunch with a side salad, or even for breakfast!

    Recipe #343744

    This is like Monte Cristo Sandwiches, but is much easier! (It is essentially a strata!) Make sure that you eat these "sandwiches" with a fork (at the least) and enjoy! Note: Cooking time does not include time in the fridge.

    Recipe #349633

    A lot of the flavor depends on the cure of your corned beef, but I have found this to be the most flavorful way to cook it (and easy too!) I hope that you enjoy! I do serve this with boiled new potatoes, but I boil them seperately so that I can use the leftovers for potato salad.

    Recipe #361730

    I finally had to try coming up with my own chili recipe--as I always seem to make so many changes to others! I hope that you enjoy! This isn't quite as spicy as I like it--but it is a good compromise for those who like and don't like their chili super spicy. Please add additional chili powder and chipotle sauce as you like!

    Recipe #352273

    This is a modified version of a recipe from "Classic Stars Desserts" by Emily Luchetti. The texture is very much like a ricotta cheesecake and is very good! I hope that you enjoy!

    Recipe #349841

    A great light lunch salad! This is somewhat similar to other recipes, but not quite the same--and it can be made year-round! Note: Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #349636

    This isn't quite the same as the other ambrosia salads that are listed, but I think it tastes just right--and is super simple! Great for the summer! (Note: Cooking time is chilling time.)

    Recipe #308673

    Good for breakfast, snacks, or you can even frost them with your favorite white frosting for dessert! These are super easy to make and essentially pantry ingredients. (If, like me, you keep some frozen sliced strawberries in the freezer for quick desserts!)

    Recipe #307452

    This is a good dressing recipe that we like with pork chops or duck. (It can also be used as a stuffing.) I based it on a few different recipes for brown rice dressing, but think it has an extra richness with the butter and the egg. The seasonings, of course, should be adjusted to your taste!

    Recipe #294242

    A Halloween treat! This makes a moist, mild cookie--that really does need the chocolate, and not just for the orange and black combination. (It's not just an excuse to add more chocolate to the diet!) I have made very few modifications to the recipe, for once! Per the original recipe: "Canned pumpkin puree gives these cookies a tender, almost cake like texture. Store them in layers divided by parchment paper in an airtight container up to three days."

    Recipe #262256

    This is based on the recipe posted on the "Sam the Cooking Guy" website. I simplified it a bit, but it turned out great! I hope that you enjoy!

    Recipe #210672

    This was my favorite cookie that my grandmother made. It is very easy to make, and is similar to some of the recipes already posted, but the chocolate is on top instead of mixed in. I hope that you all like it as much as I do!

    Recipe #195733

    This is my version of my great-Grandmother's Greek meat pie recipe. (I don't think that she would mind me adding some additional flavors!) I like to make it as a baked large pie with eggs to bind the filling, but originally the pies were deep-fried pinwheels. Time does not include browning the meat, cooking the rice, or preparing the pie crust. Note: Recipe #171806 is a great oil pastry recipe!

    Recipe #189535

    I love risotto and this is the recipe that I always use. This is the base recipe for risotto, from the "Risotto" cookbook by Judith Barrett and Norma Wasserman. Cheese, herbs, cooked vegetables, etc. (the condimenti) is added at the end after the basic recipe is complete.

    Recipe #188557

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