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    If you watch Top Chef, you know who Mike Isabella is. He almost won Top Chef All-Stars recently, and he featured this recipe. The judges were over the top about it, and apparently he got a lot of requests for it. This was from Twitter, with no measurements specified. Then, I found the recipe posted at allthosethingsiloveblogspot and was ecstatic! According to Ron this was published in the "Newark Star-Ledger: This is it: The sauce chef Mike Isabella made for his “Top Chef All-Stars” main-course finale. It was praised to the skies by judge Gail Simmons. It will be on the menu at Isabella’s new restaurant, Graffiato. Because it is boldly flavored, a little sauce goes a long way. The chef recommends serving it alongside roasted or grilled chicken." He served it on a braised pork shoulder. MAKE AHEAD: The sauce can be refrigerated for up to 3 days, or frozen for up to 3 months.

    Recipe #457131

    Longmeadow Farm is trying something new. I feel inspired to make a nice warm treat, one that is a little less caloric but still captures that down on the farm taste. This recipe was adapted from a blog "Culinary Adventures" and since I had some canned pumpkin in the old pantry, I considered, and pondered and thought what the heck! After all, I don't need to be looking like one of our beautiful cows, "Flossy" as she is about ready to calve. And besides, it would be nice to fit into a smaller size overalls for the farm chores. Please note, my oven bakes these in exactly 15 minutes. I also have a pizza stone that stays put in the oven all the time, and radiates the heat a bit more. However; you may have to adjust baking times up or down depending on the accuracy of your oven. Most people are stating the 18 minute mark. I use the toothpick method of sticking it in the middle of the muffin to check for doneness. If it comes out clean, then your in business. Also note: I make these now for my vegan son, using a cake mix that is only soy and wheat based and a special dark chocolate that does not contain any dairy or eggs as well. For fun and frolic, I give em' a boost of sprinkled powdered sugar on the top.

    Recipe #281279

    My kids named 'em this 'cuz they is so good! LOL Great with soups, stews, jams, jellies or just by themselves. Who ever said homemade was hard just didn't know Mama! Extra note: Edited 3/07 to answer questions and help you make these come out perfectly. You can even add garlic powder and cheese to make those 'famous restaurant type' biscuits, BUT BETTER. Edited 8/08 to add yes these are basic biscuits. To add additional flavor try adding in herbs and seasonings as stated in the previous edit above. Onion powder, garlic powder, fresh cracked black pepper, herbs like oregano or rosemary. You could even brush the top with melted butter when done baking or add some Butter Buds or Molly McButter if you like. This also doubles very easily. and again 11-08 This dough is very wet and sticky. Make sure your hands are well floured and gently press into shape to knead- do not knead vigorously, you will have a mess. Gently pat and use a kneading motion to gently fold the dough into itself and form into a square shape.

    Recipe #134775

    This was found on the TOH website and is getting rave reviews. It looks simple and would be easy enough to whip together for unexpected guests. Frosting flavor can be changed as desired.

    Recipe #254278

    You know how things are always popping into your head when you are laying in bed? Well, that's what happen to me. My Dad use to make these sandwiches for my brother and me. How can something so simple be so good? You decide....

    Recipe #118116

    A healthy way to make french fries - once you try these you'll never go back to the old "frying" method! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #29704

    13 Reviews |  By *Lena*

    This is a wonderful recipe that I've had tucked into my cookbook for years - I wish I knew where it originally came from! The garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas) are an amazing meat stand-in; honestly, you don't even miss the grease once you give these a try! This is also a very cost-effective and easy way to prepare a meal, since garbanzos are cheap and readily available. I realize this is so simple as to border ridiculous, but it's so good, you just might forgive me! :)

    Recipe #333360

    How I cook frozen breasts without defrosting them. I normally don't think two days in advance to thaw them :-) The time will differ slightly based on the thickness of your breasts and the wattage of your microwave. IQF = individually quick frozen.

    Recipe #254593

    I've never been able to tell the difference between this imposter and the real deal. Easy, Easy, Easy!! I actually overheard this recipe at a meeting when I was working as a journalist. I tried it, and it's a winner! You might be able to get more than 70 cookies out of this recipe.

    Recipe #146492

    I have been baking this for nearly 20 years. By the name I would hazard a guess that I got it from a Bisquick box. Very good with fresh berries or brandied dark cherries. Not the classic, but very good in a pinch!

    Recipe #47158

    62 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is from a handwritten recipe card, so I don't know where it is from. I do know that it is simple and delicious. Great served over egg noodles, mashed potatoes or rice.

    Recipe #209398

    I found this in the Cooks Country magazine and fell in love with the recipes. This is a fantastic magazine for down home meals. Many are 30 minute meals and much of the ingredients are regulars in the pantry and freezer.

    Recipe #292557

    This is just FABULOUS! Mainly for holidays, or special occasions. I got the recipe from my sister-in-law. She has a couple of recipes that she makes every year at holidays, and this is one of them. She gave it to me, and now, I make it for the other side of the family, and for friends. It's Great!

    Recipe #14384

    33 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    When I was doing Weight Watchers and the boys were home, I got really tired of fixing 3 sets of meals each night. When I came upon this recipe - I just didn't tell them this was WW and to this day they still don't know. When the boys come home now - this is one dish they will request. Super fast & easy to fix on work nights. 4 oz. = 4 WW points (without rice) *Note - in response to some reviews that experience the sauce being too runny or thin...extend the reduction time (after removing lid). It may take another 5-10 minutes to thicken and have the consistency you desire.

    Recipe #109576

    11 Reviews |  By iewe

    I found this recipe on the web a few weeks ago, but I don't remember where! This doesn't require you to pre-cook the macaroni either!

    Recipe #251967

    The fact that they are both delicious and extremely easy makes them a big winner in my book! Hope you like them, too! These would be a wonderful addition to a christmas cookie tray, or for fall school parties (if there are no peanut allergies in the class).

    Recipe #80076

    10 Reviews |  By anme

    Super simple garlicky cheesy bread thats ready in minutes.

    Recipe #189655

    Slices of Kielbasa in a yummy sauce...

    Recipe #177789

    When I lived in NC, I fell in love with their vinegar based BBQ! After moving back to GA, I missed it, and tried my hand at making it in my crock pot. I remove all visible fat from the boneless pork loin and crock until fork tender and shred it into the pork juices -- no added BBQ sauce is necessary during crocking process! After crocking, the cooked pork DOES NOT have a vinegary taste!

    Recipe #341197

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