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    Wonderful pork dish, blending flavors of prosciutto, lemon, garlic, shallots and oregano! Adapted from a Barnes and Noble Pasta and Italian cookbook. The original recipe called for 4 shallots instead of 2. I found 4 shallots to overpower the rest of the flavors, which is why I reduced them to 1/2 the original.

    Recipe #402609

    Makes a great accompaniment to a spinach salad for a lighter dinner. From cooks.com

    Recipe #399352

    The richest version of this cake I've had, probably due to the addition of sour cream, chocolate chips and German chocolate to the cake :) Note: The coconut and nuts are supposed to be listed for both the cake and icing ingredients. For the icing, use whatever amount you prefer.

    Recipe #400731

    This is a New Year's Day tradition for my hubby's family. It has German origins and is supposed to bring good luck in the New Year. Note: My MIL says that the spareribs must be country-style; baby back don't work for this one. The amount of sauerkraut used depends on how much you want to eat. We found 2 cans to be too much; next time, we'll scale it down to 1 1/2. *Note: In light of Charlotte J's review, I also want to suggest adding apples or onions if you feel that it needs more flavor. This is how hubby's family has done this one for years, and I would probably tinker with it if given the chance, but I better not mess with his tradition ;)

    Recipe #406236

    One of my favorite dessert recipes from my mom. *Note: If you'd rather use a 9x13 inch baking dish, just double the recipe. The prep time does not include the time needed in the freezer between making the layers of the pie.

    Recipe #400216

    Posted for ZWT6. If you can't get lamb subbing with more ground beef would work.

    Recipe #428560

    Posted for ZWT6: Middle East. Cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #428283

    I grew up in a very Dutch community in Iowa. This is from one of my hometown's community cookbooks. Looks similar to rice pudding. Posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #424088

    From my grandma....my grandpa's favorite, which is easy to believe because it's delicious! Apricot pie filling spread on the bottom, followed by white cake, and a coconut pecan topping. *Note: Make sure the cake mix you use is for 8x8 or 9x9 inch baking dish. If you try to make this with a 9x13 inch pan, there will not be enough pie filling to cover the bottom.

    Recipe #400215

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from godutch.com

    Recipe #424680

    My father-in-law's recipe. A nice, easy weeknight meal! You may serve the chicken whole or cut-up into bite-size pieces. We've had the most success with keeping the flour coating on when the chicken is whole.

    Recipe #400568

    Delicious side dish, good use for summer vegetables!

    Recipe #399211

    Wonderful vegetarian dish! Number of servings is an estimate, since it will depend on how big the zucchinis are.

    Recipe #402600

    Posted for ZWT6: Middle East. Adapted from Bon Appetit. I can't wait to try this! Ras el hanout can be homemade using spices you probably already have on hand, I use Recipe #262189. Note: The sauce can be made 2 hours ahead of time. If you do this, let it stand at room temp until ready to make the rest of the recipe. Prep time does not include 30 minutes of soaking dried apricots.

    Recipe #428612

    This recipe is a modification from the winner of a couscous contest put on by Near East. We left out the green onions. We also used grape tomatoes instead of regular to add flavor. Very good!

    Recipe #259099

    Nice change of pace from tomato-based Italian chicken dishes.

    Recipe #399346

    Use whatever flavor of polenta you like, the recipe recommends garlic-flavored but we've also used sun-dried tomato basil with great results. Italian sausage can be whatever spiciness you like. We've also used button mushrooms instead of cremini before.

    Recipe #400652

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from norway-hei.com Traditional Christmas dessert. Cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #426647

    Incredibly rich side....not a recipe for dieters, but it tastes absolutely heavenly! Adding a little cream to the leftovers and stirring will help the leftovers be creamy.

    Recipe #400732

    Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from allrecipes.

    Recipe #428594

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