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    This is a simple recipe with a nice little kick to them and ingredients that you usually have on hand. All the kids love these sandwiches. This is a recipe from Betty Crocker's cookbook.

    Recipe #222526

    I had this recipe clipped from TOH magazine for awhile now. It looks like it would be very tasty and a great side dish for grilled meats. I haven't tried it yet but will soon!

    Recipe #242475

    I get bored with just the plain burgers. I found this recipe in Taste of Home and had marked it to save. It is a simple yet tasty sounding burger.

    Recipe #267858

    Found this on Hershey's web site. Sounds yummy!!

    Recipe #338680

    A co-worker brought this to work for our weekly meeting. This is so quick and easy but tastes great!!

    Recipe #222428

    Another recipe I found on-line while looking for South Africa recipes to post for ZWT.

    Recipe #307079

    Another recipe I found in my Land O Lakes cookbook. I adapted it suit our taste.

    Recipe #343137

    This is a recipe that I learned to make from my Mother, who learned to make from her Mother. It is a comfort food to all of us kids and now the grandchildren!!!

    Recipe #347845

    Take a break from usual baked potatoes-and keep the oven cool in the meantime-by cooking these spectacular "spuds" on the grill. Since there's no need to boil the potatoes ahead of time, this tasty, no-fuss favorite is sure to become a timeless classic in your recipe collection. Courtesy of Simple and Delicious Magazine.

    Recipe #363122

    Another recipe found in Taste of Home. I haven't tried it yet and am posting for ZWT5. The author of the recipe states: When I was growing up, my mother used to serve fried corn for breakfast with scrambled eggs and tortillas. Here in Arizona, corn is widely used in many dishes. This is a great way to use it— my husband and I both enjoy it.

    Recipe #369927

    While searching for grilling recipes I found this recipe at "patiopalace.com" which stated this was from "Broil King OMC". Haven't tried it yet, but sounds very good so posting here til I get a chance to make it and will update this then. Update 2/23/12 - We really enjoyed this last night for dinner. We marinated a 1 3/4 lb Sirloin Steak for about 6 hours and the taste was wonderful. This takes just a minute to put together and with such great results, this will now be our new marinated steak recipe.

    Recipe #353537

    This is a Mexican appetizer that is addicting. When it is completed, it looks like a snowy mountain, thus the name. It is a large appetizer that works great for parties. This does not include time for chilling. I got this from my friend Karen when I lived in California. Update (5/31/2013): I realized after a recent review and myself also making this recipe for a Memorial Day cookout, that I make my own changes to the recipe that I didn't add/edit original recipe when posting, so I have now added corrections to the onion/tomato mixture and amounts of cheese.

    Recipe #228738

    Found this recipe in Quick Cooking. Recipes states: "The light dressing Craig Miller serves over his crunchy combination of colorful salad fixings contains just a hint of sweetness. I like to make the dressing ahead to let the flavors blend, remarks the Torrance, California cook." Time doesn't include time for chilling dressing.

    Recipe #334586

    The Brampton Inn’s smooth and creamy signature coffee recipe includes chocolate, cinnamon and a dash of red pepper to spice up special moments. Recipe courtesy of Land O Lakes, which states "Recipe courtesy of Brampton Bed & Breakfast Inn, Chestertown, Maryland."

    Recipe #355009

    I got this recipe from Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger and adapted it to use ingredients that I normally have on hand. I used frozen strawberries(thawed and sliced), as it wasn't strawberry season and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips and it was wonderful!!! Could make it even lighter by using low or no-fat cream cheese, light bread and egg substitute.

    Recipe #332975

    Found this recipe at a drink site on-line.

    Recipe #309558

    A lemony martini cocktail.

    Recipe #318489

    I found this recipe at Bahama Breeze's Restaurant site. Posting for the Caribbean region of ZWT.

    Recipe #373001

    Yet another limoncello cocktail.

    Recipe #318516

    Berries add a pop of color to this favorite salad. My challenge is to keep the family from eating the sugared almonds before I add them! This is a recipe from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #351383

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