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    Everyone says this one is a winner. Creamy, smooth and lots of vanilla flavor.

    Recipe #16922

    Nice for a special occasion.

    Recipe #265364

    12 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    Does 'zaar really need _another_ Brownie recipe? Probably not but this is a wonderful old recipe from the Edith Hansen cook book. It gives a chewy, dense brownie with an old fashioned flavor. Be careful to not overbake it. The original recipe calls for "part lard if desired" which I have left in as part of the recipe's charm but I always use margarine. Frosting these is gilding the lilly so I don't.

    Recipe #236946

    Custard topped with poached meringue, sprinkled with raspberries and drizzled with crispy caramel. You can prepare custard and meringues up to a day ahead storring custard, meringues and berries separately in airtight containers in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #121899

    This is a no-cook sauce but must be refrigerated for 8 hours or up to 24 hours before using, I suggest to double this and freeze some, you may adjust all ingredients to suit taste, use this on pizzas or as dipping sauce, you will love this!

    Recipe #232188

    12 Reviews |  By Suzy_Q

    This is my own recipe. This is what I think all collard greens should taste like. The fresher the collards used the more tender and quick cooking they'll be. If they are "elderly" as my great-grandmother would say, you will have to cook them longer as they will be tougher. Wonderful with BBQ tempeh, mac & cheese and corn bread.

    Recipe #264103

    We used to have these beans every Saturday night with hot dogs and brown bread... Everyone LOVED my Gram's Baked Beans, as she was a TOP NOTCH cook, and everything she made was ALWAYS delicious.... If you make these once you will make them again and again, I know! BEST BEANS I have ever had! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::]RE: RE: Chef Micheal's comment on his review :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: LINDA SAYS: Follow the "slow baking method" my grandmother used for years and never had a problem with. It's foolproof and the beans are NEVER hard!

    Recipe #218828

    Yoshinoya, established in 1899, is the largest chain among beef bowl (or gyudon) restaurants and one of the leading fast food chains in Japan. I first had their Beef Bowl in one of their California restaurants and loved it. Cheap, Quick and Yummy.

    Recipe #353951

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    Served with a salad, this fresh, simple tart makes a great vegetarian meal. You can use any size phyllo sheets and adjust the toppings accordingly. We used 14-by-18-inch sheets and rolled the rim making a 9-by-13-inch tart. Source: Relish Mag

    Recipe #313832

    1 Reviews |  By Boo L

    I've tried for ages to find a recipe that actually makes lentils taste GOOD. (I'm a vegetarian and eat lots, but am really not that fussed by how they actually taste). This recipe came from Channel 4's show "Come Dine with Me" in the UK.

    Recipe #254110

    Great Italian Seafood recipe

    Recipe #343596

    15 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Easy to make, Wonderful to eat!

    Recipe #217274

    I LOVE this stuff! It's addictive. A friend brought it to our Home Group potluck, and it was gone in no time. I made a double recipe of it for my husband's going away party when he went off to boot camp. Good thing I did! We polished it off easily!

    Recipe #186517

    A very moist corn bread recipe.

    Recipe #70103

    Upstate NY recipe from Chanatry’s supermarket

    Recipe #207667

    i found this recipe at top secret recipes and everyone loves it! they have 2 versions, this was made from the fat-free version although i have been too afraid to actually use the fat free miracle whip. i just used this recipe because the list of ingredients is so short compared to the other version and it tastes perfect everytime i make it. i have shared this recipe with many friends and family members.

    Recipe #315996

    You may never bake another ham in the oven again after you try this! --- you will need a large crock pot for this, choose a size of ham that will fit into you crock pot anywhere from 7-8 pounds you may need to trim the ham slightly to fit, a spiral ham is not recommended for this --- servings is only estimated.

    Recipe #265765

    There are many great gooey butter cake recipes out there but this is different from the cake mix variety because it has a yeast dough bottom. I grew up eating these cakes from a little bakery in Clayton, Mo and this recipe is as close to those as I've ever come across.

    Recipe #174435

    4 Reviews |  By Ducky

    This recipe was in the local Sunday paper. It sounded good and is. It is also very easy and quick to prepare. I didn't mix in the vegetables as I was selling it to DS as "Asian tacos." LOL. I did have some tortillas on hand for DS to use also. I did not use mint. Substitute iceberg or romaine lettuce for Boston lettuce, as desired. This recipe can also be found in "The Healthy Beef Cookbook."

    Recipe #312046

    I have seen a couple of recipes for taco soup, but this is different. I received it from my ww leader. It is very much like a chili and is so easy. My family loves it and I love it topped with 1 tbsp low fat sour cream.

    Recipe #213785

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