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    30 Reviews |  By ~kdp

    Was at a friends house and she was making lasagna and didn't have enough garlic bread for everyone...so she made some "just for the kids". I was so shocked, who would have thought? Now this is what I fix if I'm in a hurry and don't have time for "real" garlic bread. They don't complain and they can help individualize their own if they want to.

    Recipe #89030

    No kneading or a bread machine is required with this recipe which makes it great for people who normally can't bake yeasty things (like me). Around the holidays, my grandmother's phone starts ringing off the hook from friends wanting her to make them a batch of these rolls for their holiday spread. If only they knew just how easy these soft, buttery yeast rolls were to make. Well, now you do! *NOTE*NOTE* If you using Rapid Rise "Highly active" yeast skip the refrigeration step and let the dough rise in a covered bowl for 10 -15 minutes in a warm place. Proceed with the rest of the recipe. Highly active yeast replaces the first rise.

    Recipe #451237

    I found this on thenakedkitchen.com after searching for an alternative to all the nasty chemicals in store-bought liquid coffee creamer. The recipe calls for condensed milk... if you truly want to go homemade all the way, search food.com for recipe #477375 (Homemade Condensed Milk!) and use that. Also, there are multiple flavor options available to add to the base, see the directions for the options.

    Recipe #477490

    My favorite corn bread. Sweet just the way I like it.

    Recipe #83625

    21 Reviews |  By Kree

    My cousin used to make a similar dessert when we were camping, so when I found this recipe in the "Busy Woman's Cookbook" I couldn't resist it! It's so simple and yummy!

    Recipe #70713

    My friend Becky would make this for my son when he would stay over night at her house. He would help her make them.

    Recipe #106893

    This bread is fun to make as it is to eat. My DS likes to make this for Sunday dinner. He found it in a kids learn to cook cookbook.

    Recipe #127353

    23 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    This one was given to me by a girlfriend and it was yummy (we had regular size). Still have to make it myself. I have included cooking the bacon in the cooking time. UPDATE quizzed the girlfriend, she gave the recipe as is not as she does - so o'kay the difference is she used 6 slices of short rindless bacon (which is basically just the bacon meat only - no fat), therefore yes you would need the oil, she felt that way was healthier than the bacon fat.

    Recipe #264533

    Basic fried chicken with an oriental flair. This is from the Nu'uanu Congregational Church's 1985 Centennial Cookbook.

    Recipe #246210

    We have a Japanese girl, Tomoko, living with us, and tonight she and I cooked a Japanese dinner for us and her friends. She phoned her mum,Toshiko, in Japan for this, as it's her favourite recipe, and I wanted to share it here. It's simple and so good, and Tomoko, who is only 16, did such a good job of cooking this, then translating the recipe to English for me. *The liquid will thicken to a glaze if you are patient. It just takes a bit of time. If you feel your chicken is cooked (and going to overcook) remove it before going on to reduce the liquid. Same thing, if you must use breast meat, remove it (so it doesn't dry out) and continue reducing the liquid . If you do it this way rather than thickening with cornstarch you will get a richer glaze and not need to add stock or broth instead of the water. It just takes patience. AND NOTE: A glaze is sticky and coats the meat, this is NOT a sauce.

    Recipe #68955

    N'awlin's style of chicken with an updated Alfredo sauce.

    Recipe #39087

    I use chili sauce or salsa instead of ketchup to give a nice contrast to the sweetness of the brown sugar. A lighter version can be made using Splenda brown sugar blend, skim milk, and Egg Beaters. Got this one from the AllRecipes website. It's one of their most popular recipes.

    Recipe #38641

    24 Reviews |  By ninja

    This is my all-time favorite recipe for hamburger steak and onions. If I'm just cooking for me, I skip the gravy (they're very juicy without) and increase the onions because I like extra with every bite! Add the gravy to turn it into a wonderful smothered "steak". I found the recipe during a web search and tweaked it. Listed cooking time is for the steaks, onions and gravy.

    Recipe #317509

    This delicious recipe, from Taste of Home, has become one of my freezer staples.

    Recipe #9965

    Absolutely delicious meatloaf and sauce! Those who claim they don't believe there can be such a thing as a great meatloaf will love this. Based on a meatloaf given to me by a dear friend, Virginia Strehl, Memphis, and Leesburg, Fla. Nita Holleman, 2000

    Recipe #54257

    8 Reviews |  By tmway84

    When I was growing up, my parents always made mashed potatoes from flakes.... ugh! It was such a treat to go to our grandparents house on holidays. Grandpa made his potatoes by hand with his special recipe that no one else has been able to match. I made it a point to help him get the potatoes ready for big dinners until I learned his recipe by heart. A few years ago, I volunteered to make them for my in-laws' Thanksgiving party. Word spread... and now I'm the designated potato maker for EVERY function on BOTH sides of the family. It's okay though... it's an honor... and I can't get enough of them myself!

    Recipe #468108

    It's an omelet muffin wrapped in bacon!

    Recipe #486479

    I got this recipe from a blogspot called "Mysterious Bolivia". I have no idea whether Bolivia is any more mysterious than the rest of the planet, but judging by this recipe, they sure can cook there! I used the whole can of coconut milk, on the theory that there's no such thing as too much coconut. I use basmati rice. Be forewarned: this is rich, rich, rich!

    Recipe #476579

    64 Reviews |  By ATM 67

    My sister learned the basic flour mix from her former mother-in-law, who grew up in Carruthersville, Missouri. My sister kept hearing Emeril say how well garlic went with pork, so she added it to her seasoning mix. My dad still swears that my maternal grandmother (his former mother-in-law) made the best fried chicken ever. Born in 1919, she was the eldest daughter, and second of ten children, raised on a farm outside the town of Black Oak, Arkansas. Even after my parents divorced, Dad was occasionally invited to eat Grandmommy's fried chicken. He always relished those meals, and still talks about them today. My grandmother never told anyone, except my grandfather, her secret to breading her chicken, but she did tell my sister her trick to frying it. My sister has incorporated that method into her pork chop recipe.

    Recipe #128503

    I found this recipe on another web site while looking for a recipe to use up some apples my neighbor had given me. It looked like it would be alot like banana bread, which my family loves so I gave it a try. OMG this puts banana bread to shame. We all love it. And while it's cooking, the house smells divine! I won't be able to make it often, I keep going back for more.

    Recipe #330437

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