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    When DH & I go to the U.S., I always bring home 2 lrg bags of Pepperidge Farm Dressing Mix. Like all of us I expect, I “doctor” it up a bit to suit our preferences. The simple truth is that after many yrs of making many versions of bread stuffing, I finally decided you just can’t beat it for flavor & ease of prep. After returning from the U.S. last mo w/my PFDM, DH went to Greece & I was alone at Thanksgiving. While not a holiday here, a local hotel advertised what they called a typical U.S. Thanksgiving meal & served it as a lunch buffet, so a friend & I went to ck it out. I really didn’t expect to learn much that would improve my own fare, but I was so wrong! I learned how to make the best bread stuffing I have ever put in my mouth! For me at least, an added bonus was that it has a distinct Eastern European flavor (Czech, Polish or German in my view), will be perfect to accompany our roast duck on Christmas Eve & would also be excellent w/roast pork & turkey. As good as this is, I suspect all 3 countries would love to claim it as their own. I hope you try this & enjoy it. It is just wonderful & I will never make another! Yield & times have been estimated. (Pic will post after Christmas)

    Recipe #200802

    My Mom & Dad have been making deviled eggs like this for as long as I can remember! I recommend using recipe #385136 to cook the eggs to begin with.

    Recipe #449648

    I finally made this for DH the other night after hearing the (basic)recipe for years! Only wish I had made it years ago! REALLY good! (I make it a little bit different).

    Recipe #137542

    This Thanksgiving my boyfriend's step mom's daughter-in-law, Kim, brought this sweet potato casserole for our feast. Not being a huge fan of sweet potatoes, I was reluctant to try it. Boy am I glad I did! It isn't as sweet as most sweet potato casseroles and doesn't have tons the marshmallow goop on it. I begged her for the recipe so that I could have it every holiday and decided to post it on *Zaar so that I don't lose it. She stated on the recipe card that she always doubles the recipe and that when it does, it fills a 1 1/2 quart casserole dish.

    Recipe #84504

    My sister-in-law served this at a family function and it's been a hit ever since. No Cheese Whiz, just real cheddar cheese. Delicious, and kid-friendly. My now-grown son would request this when he came home from college. This recipe is very adaptable as well - add crushed Ritz crackers or panko crumbs on top during the last 5 minutes of cooking for a crunchy topping. Add bacon bits to the mixture for some extra flavor, or add a couple teaspoons of hot sauce for some heat. I also have used brown rice successfully with this recipe, and frozen broccoli cuts instead of chopped.

    Recipe #105080

    69 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is fairly close to Boston Market's Squash Casserole. I've only had it a few times but its gooood. You can make this recipe to freeze ahead for OAMC. You'll be happy to have it in the freezer, I promise! :)

    Recipe #77201

    107 Reviews |  By Marie

    Yummy and different way to prepare cauliflower. A must try! Number of servings is a guess.

    Recipe #59965

    8 Reviews |  By Debber

    The fragrance of this recipe cooking will be all the notice you'll have to give that "Supper's ready!" Hungry eaters will magically appear, asking to help set the table. The recipe is written for ONE serving, adjust to fit the number of eaters you're serving.

    Recipe #186970

    This is easy and always a big hit at my get togethers, it's great with mini meatballs or Lil Smokies, to make it ever more easier purchase ready made frozen cooked small meatballs or you can make your own and cook them first, I use recipe#69173 see bottom of recipe for baking times --- this is great to take to a potluck :)

    Recipe #73362

    15 Reviews |  By Tebo

    Easy tasty side dish. I make this ahead and cook it just before serving. A nice change from potatoes.

    Recipe #10691

    This is an adopted recipe that I have not yet had time to prepare. The original poster's comments are as follows: "This is my favorite version of Pad Thai. It's a wonderful mix of flavors - the sweetness is nicely contrasted with the tartness of the limes and red chilis. You can use chicken, pork, shrimp or a combination of all three. This is a meal in itself - It's really great with Thai iced tea! From "Thai Home Cooking" by Kamomal Pootaraska -- NOTE: I replaced the original version of recipe #7941 (when I adopted it in February 2005) with this authentic version that I have used time and time again with great success. It tastes just like the Pad Thai I have enjoyed in authentic Thai restaurants."

    Recipe #7941

    This is a staple in all Egyptian houselholds. Its super simple, but looks and tastes great! Make it place of plain white rice and serve with any dish. Especially good with Molokheya (recipe posted). Enjoy!

    Recipe #195100

    Smooth and creamy, this drink is very similar to the one served at the mall.

    Recipe #8589

    82 Reviews |  By TWeddi

    Was tired of paying the high price for this and found this recipe online. This tastes like the real thing.

    Recipe #68861

    My parents worked on a Cracker Barrel training video (which they use to train the chefs) and got this recipe a few years ago. Cracker Barrel's recipe seems to have changed a bit over these few years but not for the best. This is their recipe though and has become a family favorite. We usually have it now for Easter and Thanksgiving and its also great for a brunch. Happy Cooking!

    Recipe #70239

    This is a copycat recipe from www.TopSecretRecipes.com. and it is so good. This is great to make ahead and have ready on hand. Prep time for this recipe is the freezer time.

    Recipe #18319

    Source: www.topsecretrecipes.com

    Recipe #71472

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. This is my all time favorite ranch dressing and I found it at Outback. Each packet of the dressing mix hold approximately 3 tablespoons worth of mix so you can triple the recipe, or make it 3 separate times. This recipe goes great with Cheese Fries! (Prep time is chill time, but isn't necessary)

    Recipe #70654

    I love this recipe. I made it up from a version I had at a restaraunt. Great for kids too! I choose to dip into ranch dressing. I know it may sound strange, but try it, YUM!

    Recipe #43469

    388 Reviews |  By Lali

    another version of the chicken lettuce wraps.

    Recipe #15865

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