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    My DD favorite salad (that is really a dessert). Yummy and creamy. Great on a hot summer day.

    Recipe #27671

    If you like Dreamcycles, you will like this punch. Great for wedding showers.

    Recipe #59963

    More like a dessert than a salad.

    Recipe #26036

    Make your own party tray! Why pay $30+ dollars for a party tray when you can make your own for $10-15 at home. My commissary deli had a flyer posted with this recipe on it. Please see my diagram on arranging if you are unsure how to display it. Serving size is based on 1-1/2 ounces of cheese and 4 ounces of meat each. Serving idea: Use a vegetable dip and short bread sticks as accompaniment for the party tray. (Recipe is courtesy of Butterball, Armour, Eckrich, County Line, Healthy Choice and Margherita).

    Recipe #150447

    9 Reviews |  By TeresaS

    This is a great recipe that is requested time and time again. It is best when served with Chicken in A Biskit Crackers. Everyone who tires this cheese ball RAVES about it!! The chicken spread is from the makers of Underwood devil ham. Based on Erica's review this is how I create the cheese ball. I grate my cheese on plastic wrap and toss the cheese ball on top and bring up the sides to cover the cheese at the same time molding it into the ball shape.

    Recipe #152932

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I used a mix of cauliflower from the gardenia mix, broccoli and boccoflower for a contrast of color. I quickly blanched the broccoli and broccoflower heads very quickly (just seconds) in salted boiling water and the chilled to brighten the color!You'll need Styrofoam cone and toothpicks. I also used a platter that has a center with with a dip basin which is not really needed.

    Recipe #149199

    This sandwich is great for parties. It is easy and has something for everyone. It can also be made a bit ahead of time so you can get yourself beautiful before the party starts.

    Recipe #208536

    A great party tray that serves twenty people. A great money-server when you make it at home versus paying the local deli. "Accompany party tray with a basket of assorted breads and rolls and favorite spreads such as mayonnaise and mustard. Another platter could have lettuce leaves, tomato slices and bell pepper rings to use as sandwich add-ins." (Recipe and partial description courtesy of Healthy Choice, Echrich, Margherita, Butterball, County Line and Armour deli.)

    Recipe #152010

    4 Reviews |  By faith58

    I had surgery some years back and my sister in law made this and I have to say It's been a hit in our house ever since. I like that you make it up the night before and I usually add a little more of the celery seed.. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.. :)

    Recipe #108204

    This wonderful, no-fail recipe was found in an old Iowa church cookbook. This recipe was used for the church luncheons. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #183923

    This is always a HIT with guests. I make this everytime we have a get together and the bowl is always left empty!!

    Recipe #10733

    This is the method that restaurants use to serve eggs for a buffet brunch --- for cheesy eggs mix in 1-1/2 cups shredded old cheddar cheese or you may sprinkle the cheese on top after removing from the oven --- 2-1/2 cups half and half cream and milk will produce ultra fluffy eggs, for a firmer texture reduce to 2 cups--- NOTE this recipe was tested using large eggs I cannot promise the same results using small or extra large eggs --- if you are serving these eggs at a buffet some side ideas would be salsa, green onions, cheddar cheese and soft buns :)

    Recipe #325569

    This Sandwich really has nothing to do with fish, except that I used to make this when we would go out fishing - it was easy and could feed a crowd of many - hmmmm loaves and fishes?

    Recipe #269017

    Although Kraut is a German dish, us Polish folks eat a bunch of it. I learned to make this from my mother who learned it from her mother. There's no way of knowing how long it has been in the family--it probably arrived from Poland with my ancestors.

    Recipe #272203

    Since he was able to talk, grandson Jonathan, has requested some of Gwanny's Double Eggs when he comes to visit--it took a while to realize he meant DEVILED Eggs. The special ingredient is the added small boiled irish potato which takes on the tastes of the condiments, and extends the amount of filler in the egg. The amount of condiments to add is dependant upon your own taste and consistancy desired.

    Recipe #104076

    Also from Quick Cooking. Delicious and refreshing!

    Recipe #367204

    A delicious pasta salad using bow-tie pasta. It is great as a side dish or as a light lunch. As with any pasta dish, the longer you allow it to marinate in the refrigerator the better the flavor will be. The recipe doesn't call for salad to marinate in the refrigerator but I recommend it. (Recipe courtesy of Olivia Hines at AllRecipes)

    Recipe #144431

    Just the thing for a day when you're wanton something delicious, and a hamburger patty is just too restrictive. Loosen up your inhibitions and pile some loose meat on a bun. Wicked over hot, whipped potatoes as well.

    Recipe #58224

    From Southern Living September 2006 test kitchen's top rated recipes. They recommend serving this dip with roasted red new potatoes.

    Recipe #213964

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