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    I made these over the holidays for a couple parties and they were a hit. They are so easy to fix because they start with frozen meatballs. I threw them in the crock pot to keep warm. Recipe is from Paula Deen's magazine.

    Recipe #276519

    This makes a delicious dinner. Recipe is from Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #279651

    The sweetness in this dip comes from slow-cooked onions, which balances the rich, creamy texture. Recipe is from Ladies Home Journal.

    Recipe #280839

    This hearty, tangy dip from Diane Phillips' cookbook, "You've Got it Made," goes well with bread, tortilla chips, pretzels or sturdy crackers. This recipe can be made and refrigerated up to three days ahead.

    Recipe #281441

    This is a simple, but intensely flavored salsa that can be made a day ahead and refrigerated until served. If you can't find slab bacon, substitute an equal amount of lean Canadian bacon. To make the chipotle puree, use a food processor, food mill or blender to blend canned chipotles in adobo. This salsa has a medium heat, but you can lower that by removing the seeds from the chipotles before pureeing them. This is great for a Super Bowl party. This recipe is from the November 2007 issue of Chile Pepper Magazine.

    Recipe #281498

    A delicious Italian chili made with Italian sausage.

    Recipe #281541

    These make yummy appetizers for any occasion.

    Recipe #282339

    This is an easy recipe for bruschetta from Kraft that I changed a little to suit our preferences.

    Recipe #282750

    Raspberries and chocolate team up to make a delicious dessert or even breakfast.

    Recipe #282882

    I saw Rachael Ray prepare this on her television show as a special Valentine's Day dinner and it looks delicious. I am posting it here to try in the near future. It's lengthy, but it looks worth it.

    Recipe #283190

    I saw Rachael Ray prepare this on a recent episode of her 30-minute meals and it looked delicious. Toasting the chick peas tastes delicious, I bet. I can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #283355

    This is great for a snack or a meal. For a complete meal, serve this flavorful chicken tenders over mixed greens with ranch dressing.

    Recipe #283605

    This is a delicious, warming drink.

    Recipe #283614

    This apple cake will stay moist for days, if it lasts that long.

    Recipe #283697

    If you like Reuben sandwiches, you should love this easy-to-make casserole. Recipe is from Family Circle.

    Recipe #283703

    The turkey is grilled in this recipe. The prep time includes 1 hour for marinating. Toss pecans with cinnamon and lemon pepper for a sweet bite, then toast them to deepen the flavor. Another recipe from Family Circle.

    Recipe #283733

    Seasonal radishes, such as the multicolored Easter egg variety, are wonderfully sweet and more tender than the more common red radishes sold year round at the grocer. But any variety will shine in this salad.

    Recipe #283980

    This is really a delicious dessert. I don't usually like raisins in a lot of things, but I do like it in this recipe. Recipe is from Paula Deen's magazine.

    Recipe #283983

    The cornmeal really gives this chicken parmesan a Southern twist. Recipe is from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #284187

    If you like mint, you should like this hot chocolate topped with a scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream.

    Recipe #284245

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