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    Calorie bombs, cheats, treats, and some good stuff too...for DH.
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    Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010. I don't know why they call it that, this recipe takes a baking dish, a saucepan, and a frying pan! Anyways, husband said, "Best chicken of all time," so doing the dishes was well worth it.

    Recipe #446148

    Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010.

    Recipe #445238

    Recipe #443822

    If you enjoy Tex-Mex this is Incredible! I make this often for family get-togethers, as everyone loves and requests this.

    Recipe #441951

    1 Reviews |  By Demelza

    I don't remember where I found this copycat recipe. I am always looking for ways to sneak some healthier things into the foods kids love. The cream of wheat & buttermilk in this recipe are one way to do that. Serve these with your favorite syrups, or fresh fruit and a bit of whipped cream. A warm blueberry or saskatoon berry sauce is always nice on any kind of pancake, griddle cake or french toast. We prefer smaller pancakes or griddlecakes rather than the plate size ones they serve in restaurants. The cooking time is based on using a cast iron fryingpan, so I can only cook 4 griddlecakes at a time. They do warm up nicely if you have any leftovers. Update, I have been told that this recipe is from Todd Wilbur's Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2. The ingredients are basically the same (a few slight differences), but my method is not the same as as Todd's. I have been using Quaker Oat Bran cereal instead of Cream of Wheat for the last year as well to add some fiber to these.

    Recipe #441206

    2 Reviews |  By ksc3245

    I found a recipe that had similar ingredients one time on line, but changed it, and adapted it to my taste buds, and it has become a favorite of mine. This is one of those recipes that I can eat over and over as leftovers and never seem to get tired of. Everyone always comes back for seconds (at least) when this is served.

    Recipe #441177

    Nothing like dark greens high in fiber, filled with Vitamin A, C, Manganese and Calcium . Cooked with apples and bacon. Serve as a side, over pasta or a grain stuff into an apple and bake.

    Recipe #440800

    This recipe is from LCBO's Wine&Food magazine. My husband makes this recipe when I am away because I really do not like peanut butter. But for those of you that do this seems to be :) a great recipe

    Recipe #438646

    I had a Brisket sitting in my fridge and needed to cook it but didn't want anything heavy. So I thought I would try my favorite dressing as a marinade. This also works well with Roasts.

    Recipe #437196

    From Paranting magazine, September 2010.

    Recipe #436529

    I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it sure is delicious! To get the perfect grilled cheese every time, you should start by heating your skillet to low. Once you build your sandwich, leave the skillet on low and cover with a lid or foil. Cook for a couple of minutes to let the cheese get gooey and you fillings get warm. Then remove the lid/foil and turn up heat, flipping your sandwich until it is perfectly toasted. Yum!

    Recipe #435045

    A delish and fast recipe using leftover chicken from Cooking Light August 2010. I really enjoyed these made with leftover turkey breast and I am sure chicken will be just as wonderful. They say, "Give average chicken quesadillas new life with sweet peaches and spicy cheese. For the kids, try Monterey Jack instead."

    Recipe #434916

    This is a really good and easy slow cooker recipe for pinto beans, it's really good with some fresh cornbread on the side. One of my favorites!! You can add the jalapenos to your taste. We like it with a little kick but it's just as good without them.

    Recipe #434894

    1 Reviews |  By BB2011

    From an old Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #434575

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    This is a completely different version of your regular tuna casserole. Whip this up during the week and save even more time by using already frozen bell peppers and onions. Recipe courtesy of Menu Magic--Family Favorites from Ore-Ida.

    Recipe #434162

    5 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From a feature in our local paper. I have estimated cooking time on have to cook the sandwiches in 2 batches.

    Recipe #434018

    From food blog Al Dente. (http://www.aldenteblog.com/flauers_martini.html) I added a package of organic chicken hot dogs as well.

    Recipe #433697

    I love to cook creatively. One night I had thawed a pound of lean, grange fed, ground beef, to put on the grill. But, I didn't want plain burgers. I started adding what I thought would give the burgers good flavor and texture. I think it started with grated carrots, caramelized onion and garlic, and went from there. When my hubby brought them in from the grill, I was pleasantly surprised, that they smelled so great, and tasted awesome. They taste great on a bun, with lettuce and tomato, but we had them, that night, with buttered bow tie pasta, and a simple salad. My husband named them, when we talked about serving them to our grandson, who can be a picky eater. He said we should give them a fun name, and maybe he would be more willing to eat them. He suggested "Circus Burgers", because of the orange, of the carrot. Well, Joshua loves them, and the name has stuck. :D

    Recipe #432986

    This recipe came from an email group that I belong to that shares family friendly recipes. I made it without the dill, and loved it. I also substituted rice for the egg noodles.

    Recipe #432017

    from "a communal table" - http://www.acommunaltable.com/2010/06/south-by-east-spicy-orange-soy-scallops.html

    Recipe #430808

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