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    This recipe spawned from a can of apple pie filling, a long week, no milk and a craving. I looked high and low on the site for a recipe that truly looked easy as I was dog tired and nothing that I found had the ingredients I wanted or liked, and I wanted a completely covered pie like top without all the work of making a pie crust. This is the result, enjoy! I would think you can substitute other pie fillings, but the extra stuff in the filling mix may need to be adjusted/omitted. This recipe works best if put in an 8" round glass dish produces a thin cobbler and enough topping to coat it completely without a lot of fuss trying to make it stretch. For anything larger I would at least double or if you like more filling, just double those ingredients. Goes great with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream on top!

    Recipe #321442

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.digitalcookbook.tv Chef Michael Giletto brings you this tasty Japanese inspired meal.

    Recipe #313648

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.digitalcookbook.tv Taken from Womans Day Magazine

    Recipe #313581

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.Digitalcookbook.tv Chef Chris Koch Brings you a way to dress up that less flavorful cut of meat.

    Recipe #313514

    From Kraft. Marinating time not included. Zaar wouldn't accept it but the balsamic vinaigrette is meant to be balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing.

    Recipe #323322

    You can find a video on how to make this at Digitalcookbook.tv Chef Michael Giletto brings you this heavenly tomato sauce topped Italian specialty In Italian brasciole means cutlet or chop, you may use another meat, just pound it thin or have it sliced thin (not deli thin)

    Recipe #314050

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.Digitalcookbook.tv You wouldn't believe a combo like this would taste so good

    Recipe #313487

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.Digitalcookbook.tv From My Big Fat Greek Feast by George Kyrtatas Described as a great summer soup. Ouzo can be replaced by any anise flavored non alcoholic liquid.

    Recipe #313485

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.Digitalcookbook.tv Cooking with the stars! Comedian Paul Rodriguez's Honey Cabbage Salad. Throw any extra favorite veggies or meats into this as you would like.

    Recipe #313382

    You can find a video on how to make this at www.Digitalcookbook.tv Chef Jennifer Foy brings you these delightful hours devours. No cookbook specifically listed. You will need a piping bag with a star tip to give this a fancy look.

    Recipe #313381

    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround, it was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: This is my grandmother's recipe for sugar cookies--I wish I remembered eating any she made. I was raised in New Jersey while she was in Michigan, but my dad would always make them.

    Recipe #220517

    Individual carrot cakes with cream cheese frosting served in a pool of Grand Marnier creme anglaise. I saw this on Comcast's digital cookbook. I added it here so I can set up grocery lists with it included. I'll add on here when I've tried myself a better description.

    Recipe #220571

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com A combo of tequilas, juices and syrups made to be served in a chilled martini glass. *make simple syrup by combining equal parts hot water and granulated sugar, stir until sugar is dissolved. Allow to cool before using. Todd Wilbur- TSR

    Recipe #221135

    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones. This one is my mother's--always a favorite around the house. I don't eat beans or sausage, so I have never tried it myself and I won't be either. Nonetheless, my sister, father and mother enjoyed it.

    Recipe #220985

    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround, it was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones. This one is for ham rolls--looks easy enough to make. I'll report back when I've made it.

    Recipe #220715

    I saw this on Comcasts digital cookbook (www.digitalcookbook.tv). I added them here so I can set up grocery lists with them included. I'll add on here when I've tried myself a better description. **** Serving yields 8 onions, as an appetizer they say 1 onion per person, but as a meal, 2

    Recipe #220684

    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround. It was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: My mother's patience for baking was thin, but she did make this no-bake pie every year come Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #220625

    I found a delightful little box in my bottom turnaround, it was labeled recipes. I sifted through and separated all the hand written ones: This one says it was written by Marge. I don't know who she is, but I have her recipe and this is it.

    Recipe #220575

    This is always how we've made beef stew--my family wasn't partial to the beef stock gravy. I'm not a ketchup fan, but in this recipe, it has its place. I always add a little extra to my bowl. We're not big meat eaters, so if you want to add more beef cubes, feel free. I was missing a crucial step aparently as my dad showed me just recently. Making the slurry makes it so you can add less ketchup and still have the thick sauce!

    Recipe #238431

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