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    Oscar Nite

    Recipes for our annual Academy Awards party
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    1 Reviews |  By Ann 3

    Recipe from Stop and Smell the Rosemary.

    Recipe #253207

    1 Reviews |  By Ann 3

    My mom used to make this and we loved it. So simple and delicious.

    Recipe #253280

    1 Reviews |  By byZula

    This would be great with garlic chicken!

    Recipe #186690

    26 Reviews |  By Marie

    A make easy white cake from a mix with pockets of lemon filling. Have not tried this yet, but I hope someone beats me to it because it sounds great! Cook time and servings are estimated; check box for actuals.

    Recipe #58213

    It's said that "Necessity is the Mother of Invention," and that's how my version of bread pudding was created. I had never made one prior to having guests for dinner that requested a bread pudding for dessert. "No problem!", I thought, "How hard can it be to make?" I chose a classic Betty Crocker recipe, made it, served it, and couldn't eat more than a spoonful! My guests had no problem with it but for me, it was boring, mediocre and didn't hold my interest. Because my family refuses to eat raisins and I was so sorely disappointed in the original recipe, I spent a week with my cookbooks, pouring over them and taking notes from various recipes. I ultimately decided to treat each aspect of the bread pudding as a single unit: if I'd love to eat the custard, alone, than it was a winner. Same went for the bread: if it was such a great bread that I could eat it plain, then it had to be included. And since raisins were out, I decided to use mixed berries as a contrast against the custardy bread filling. And what came out of the oven was a winner! Because the pudding is so creamy and slightly sweet, the sharp tang of the berries just zipped right through the sweetness and burst onto your tongue, making you almost draw in your breath from the delicious contrast. Then, add the orange-flavoured whipped cream, which added another layer of distinct flavour to it, and it was a our home! Is this the most economical bread pudding, using scraps of this and that? No. Is this the simplest of bread pudding recipes to create, dumping stale bread and milk together, toss in an egg or two, a handful of raisins and into the oven? No, again. But, this IS a bread pudding that will make you proud to serve it at your table. It's a bread pudding that treated each element with the respect that it deserved, creating a quality dessert. So, if you want a slightly more upscale version of a bread pudding that is sure to wow your family, please try my version, that will become our standard from now on. And yes!, the temperature is correct: it's 335 degrees; I split the difference between 325 for custard and 350 for cake. This way, the bread browns nicely but the custard doesn't overbake. Enjoy!

    Recipe #413958

    This is the original See's fudge recipe I found when I did a Google search HISTORICAL NOTE: Given to Amy DeVore by Emma Julian c. 1930, this is “supposedly” the original recipe for See's Fudge, produced by the See's Candy Company, Los Angeles. Emma allegedly worked for See's and later owned her own candy store.

    Recipe #273828

    83 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A really nice fireside supper for friends. Taste the Aus Jus first to make sure it's really "beefy" and add another bouillon packet if needed. Edit--if "heat bothers you" start with 1 teaspoon of black pepper.

    Recipe #23232

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    In 1799, the Holland Land Company offered lots 10 miles apart in what is now Clarence, New York, to "any proper man who would build and operate a tavern upon it". A young silversmith named Asa Ransom, had been plying his trade in the little fur trading post on the shores of Lake Erie. He was among the first to accept this opportunity and in the hollow of the ledge, near a pine grove, built a log home & tavern. In 1803, he built a grist mill, the first in Erie County. Over time, the business has evolved into a charming inn noted for it's authenticity, hospitality and cuisine.

    Recipe #396159

    I reviewed a lot of similar recipes, came up with this one and they all loved it! It's fast, easy, tasty and a savior for any last minute guests that won't keep you in the kitchen for hours missing out on all the fun! You may already have most of the ingridients in your pantry except for the artichoke hearts and red roasted peppers. But you can always buy them and have them hang out there until you need them.

    Recipe #394640

    This is not hard but really good. Just a little work to roast the peppers and you have an awesome dip. A light char from the roasted poblanos adds so much flavor this which always makes this a crowd pleaser. Just bake and serve with tortilla chips. It is wonderful. It is a nice change from a cheese dip, spinach dip, vegetable dip which I love, but it is just a bit different.

    Recipe #387482

    I have to share this. I found this just searching one night months ago and not sure if this was the exact site, but it is the same recipe and they are just WAY too good. They are not hard, inexpensive and just a great appetizer. This is great for a dinner party, or just family or even a potluck. How about for Monday Night Football? I know it will be on my list for years to come. is where I found this but I have seen this recipe on many sites. There are a few pics there that are helpful, but like I said, I just had to pass this on. No credit for this other than I love to make them. They are really good. The best part is ... you can stuff these with ham, pepperoni, sausage, onions peppers, etc, anything.

    Recipe #389568

    Fill with your favorite filling and enjoy.

    Recipe #353150

    This is an attempt to immitate the excellent bread that is served in the Macaroni Grill Restaurant.

    Recipe #64446

    This is easy, yummy and looks elegant when served for company. I've also used the sauce for a "tarter" to dip for sweet potato fries.

    Recipe #295075

    7 Reviews |  By *Fancy*

    This is my favorite dessert. This recipe came from my boyfriend's Mom. The cook time listed is actually the approximate freeze time.

    Recipe #72794

    From Farm Journal, July 1969. Darlene Kossman had this recipe

    Recipe #365317

    This is one of my family's favorite appetizers.

    Recipe #60135

    I got this recipe from a friend who was a caterer. It was her most requested dish. It is so delicious and wins raves everytime I serve it. One thing, this is much better if made the night before so the flavors really have time to marry.

    Recipe #359826

    Starting with refrigerated pie crust, this no-fuss ice cream pie goes together easily, yet yields a first-class dessert that features peanuts as well as fudge and caramel toppings. From Pillsbury, in celebration of Pi Day. Cooking time is freezer time.

    Recipe #360983

    Love to make this with a big bowl of soup.

    Recipe #361487

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