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    [Cover photo by LEEZAH 4.] These recipes have won a blue ribbon, trophy or even cold hard cash for some talented chef.
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    Grand Prize winner in a Simple & Delicious contest for crock-pot recipes. . .not my recipe unfortunately, but I had to post it here for safe keeping. They recommend serving it sliced with a side of hot mashed potatoes however I think it's much better atop fluffy white rice!!! This is a fabulous recipe and your end product won't have that "crock pot" flavor!!

    Recipe #316858

    This pie won the 2006 First Place ribbon in the Peanut Butter Category of the 2006 National Pie awards. The recipe was provided by Raine Gottess.

    Recipe #197685

    This pie is so easy to make and won the 1999 American Pie Council's Pie Championship in the Custard Pie Category.

    Recipe #181205

    1 Reviews |  By dojemi

    Anna Ginsbergs, 2006 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner. An old-fashioned chicken dinner is updated for two, with a surprising ingredient that makes the spinach stuffing extra special. The Zaar computer is not recognizing '1 package' of Pillsbury Dunkables...(the recipe uses only 9 sticks, and 3 of the syrup cups from the package of dunkables).

    Recipe #161250

    Every time we serve this we get requests for the recipe. We make this often and the kids ask for it calling it Peanut Butter Chicken. Marinate the chicken overnight and into the next day. I broil/bake this dish when we can’t grill in the winter. This is the most successful in a series of peanut chicken recipes tried and won a contest with Better Homes and Gardens. Cook time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #211490

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    This is a wrap in a tortilla. Sounds like a great summer lunch. This is so easy. Just assemble and eat!

    Recipe #126161

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I won a chili cookoff with this recipe. What's special about it? I don't know. I just made it the way I always do, with the exception of noting the ingredient amounts and method in case anyone wanted it. It's not really a "secret" chili. It is just made the way I like chili. Oh, and if you're one of my Texas relations, don't call me on the phone about the can of beans. You know I like them, so give it up. They're "optional." TNT OOPS! Lazyme is correct, the green chiles go in at step 2 with the "wet ingredient add" (if you sub any wet ingredient besides tender cooked beans, add it there at step 2). Beans fall apart if you overcook them. Please mark Lazeme's review as helpful since her comments helped correct this recipe!!!! Thanks, Vicki!!! -Lorie

    Recipe #245569

    A number of years ago I won a Maytag stove by entering this recipe in a Splenda contest. Both my husband and my son are diabetics, and I try to adapt recipes that can fit into their diets. This dessert is tasty enough, and looks elegant enough to be served for any occasion...just vary the optional toppings (listed below) to suit the occasion (ie, mincemeat for Thanksgiving or Christmas, , or simply dust with confectioners sugar if that would work with your carb allowance.

    Recipe #252596

    47 Reviews |  By Debber

    A good friend gave me this recipe many years ago after I munched down nearly a quart while visiting! I threw out ALL my other dill pickle recipes because THIS ONE is the best. Several years ago, it occurred to me to enter my pickles in the County Fair. So I did. Since I'm superintendent over in the Junior Foods & Nutrition Department, I don't get to watch the Open Class judging. So later in the day (after judging in both classes was over), I went to see how my pickles (and other canned goods) fared [pun intended!]. I couldn't find my jar of pickles. They weren't on any of the shelves, neither were they in with the "disqualified" items. Hmmm. Then I spied them! Not only did they have a big blue ribbon on them, but they also received Best of Show AND the canning award! What a thrill!!! There's nothing like winning at the fair--amongst all those good cooks--to feel validated as a successful home-canner. NOTE: I did NOT list an amount for the cucumbers since I've never measured how many pounds I use--sorry! SERVING SIZE is the number of ounces in a quart jar--to facilitate nutritional information.

    Recipe #241139

    This is the Chili Verde champion Karen Ray's recipe. The key is to season as you go so the flavor doesn't die out as the chili cooks.

    Recipe #37018

    I'm not sure where I got this recipe, but I've refined it over several years and now have a cheese ball that friends and relatives beg me to make for parties and gatherings. The "award-winning" part of the title is from my works annual Christmas party where all of the dishes brought to the party were voted on. This recipe has won two times, giving me an extra day of vacation each time. Note: This recipe is best when made 12 to 24 hours before serving.

    Recipe #224997

    This recipe was part of what helped me win a cooking competition at school against 7 other people. I got it out of an excellent appetizer book and continue to make it!! Excellent served with any meal. (VEGETARIANS CAN SUBSTITUTE VEGETABLE STOCK FOR CHICKEN STOCK)

    Recipe #32295

    Won first prize at New Mexico State Fair! Delicious! Sweet and hot! Mexican, Spanish and Southwestern influence!

    Recipe #25486

    This recipe won first place in the Vegetarian Times reader's Thanksgiving recipe contest.

    Recipe #48359

    Caramel Apples This is just unbelievable. Winner of a crockpot recipe contest. Try it.

    Recipe #150704

    This is called Best Cherry Pie because it is a blue ribbon winner at the county fair in Vicksburg, MS (according to the cookbook "Vintage Vicksburg"). I think it's a blue ribbon winner

    Recipe #60581

    This was a winner in the Pillsbury Bake-off. Great appetizer! Time includes bake time and chill time.

    Recipe #118764

    This was the Grand Champion recipe for Quick Cooking's "Fast Fixes with Mixes" recipe contest. (May/June 1999)

    Recipe #120473

    When I first starting making bread, I thought putting shortening on my hands would help in kneading. I was wrong! I wound up kneading the bread in the air. So I read everything about bread making I could, and after using a lot of recipes, I made bread that won the blue ribbon in the State Fair. Although I have written the recipe to use dry yeast, I use compressed yeast, if I can find it. The temperature for compressed yeast is 85 degrees. I also use this basic white bread to make cinnamon-raisin, herb, and sun-dried tomato basil. This recipe was not intended for use in a bread machine, as it makes 2 loaves. I do sift the flour before measuring, which makes it light. Since the excitement of the Blue Ribbon Recipes on the Zaar, a lot of people have asked me questions. I am trying to answer them by tweaking my recipe, and adding comments here at the top. Someone asked if they had to use "shortening". I don't think there are too many musts... Today, I made one of the two loaves with about 1/2 cup of Calamata Olives (pitted and cut into small pieces), and about 3 ounces of a shredded three cheese blend (Parmesan, Asiago, & Romano), it was awesome. My 8 year old granddaughter could not get enough! Next time, I will try to use olive oil with this combination.

    Recipe #162214

    This is one of my favourite ways to cook and serve rice at parties. I had come across this recipe in the Thursday magazine where it was submitted b Madhulika Mohta and won the Recipe of the week prize too. This rice can be cooked in a pressure cooker. All you have to do is put everything together and allow it to cook until you hear 1 1/2 whistles. You may also make this in advance if you have to cook alot of food and then just microwave this before you serve it. It must be served HOT! Enjoy!

    Recipe #156469

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