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    126 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These pot stickers are 100% better than any you can buy and well worth the extra effort. I like to make them and then freeze them so all you have to do is the final steps just before you serve them. I make them every Christmas to have as a quick appetizer. One review commented that she had trouble with them sticking together when she defrosted them - I have not had this happen however to be sure it doesn't happen to you defrost them separated. I have also fried them directly from the freezer. They only take a few seconds more to cook.

    Recipe #13320

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Here is another "copycat" recipe from CDKitchen.com. If you love garlic and mushrooms, try these! I have made this recipe using "baby bella" mushrooms instead of the "white stuffing-mushrooms", and it is wonderful! Makes a great appetizer or "party snack".

    Recipe #39084

    The last time I visited Bath, England, I had these to-die-for-don't-care-how-many-calories-are-in-here-popovers! I searched for the recipe and found it in Bon Appetit, 2004. Hope you like these as much as I do!

    Recipe #231525

    8 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe was originally entered at the Gilroy Garlic festival cook out and is really good. Make lots because it really disappears.

    Recipe #9163

    62 Reviews |  By Merlot

    This is a complimentary dish served by a local upscale restaurant. They serve it before you receive your salad along with a dish of fresh vegtable sticks and olives. I can make a meal on just on the veggies and this bean salad. (Prep time does not include the overnight chilling).

    Recipe #31300

    Whenever you need pizza quick, this is the recipe to go for! It is not a traditional yeast dough crust...it actually starts out with a batter that turns into a crust. It is extremely easy to prepare, very good and you could probably have it done and on your table before the pizza parlor could :)

    Recipe #29002

    Note:This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Ophan Adoption of 2005. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #70165

    This is the best apple crisp recipe I have ever tried. I found it somewhere on the internet. It is good plain, or with ice-cream of whipped cream.

    Recipe #62698

    Not sure where it came from originally, but it's a great way to use some of those tomatos from the garden.

    Recipe #35864

    I love artichokes and this hits the spot. I hope that you will try it and I hope you like it. The cheese is whatever tickles your fancy or whatever you have on hand. I like to do a combo sometimes. This recipe is good hot or cold

    Recipe #128052

    Inspired by a combination of two cookies prepared at this year's National Cookie Challenge, here's my take on the ultimate chocolate chip cookie!

    Recipe #208320

    My MOST DELICIOUS casserole recipe is a combination of German, Irish, Polish, and Cajun influences. This ultimate comfort food soothes the cockles of my little multi-ethnic tummy 8-)

    Recipe #208354

    Oh....my....LAND!!!! The Oregon Blackberry Council published this little gem of an hors d'oeuvre recently. Holy cow! We're all going to have to RUN out and buy some more blackberries TODAY! Worth the trip.

    Recipe #128155

    My friend, Paula brought this wonderfully textured and flavorful potato dish to a recent potluck, I knew I'd finally found a recipe to replace my mother's scalloped potatoes! By letting the potatoes dry two days after boiling, then grating, it creates a fluffy, almost rice-like texture that soaks up the cheese flavor, leaving no greasy mess - just smiling faces.

    Recipe #202032

    This is another of my mother's terrific recipes, from when we lived near the CA/MX border. This is MY ultimate comfort food! I usually just use 1 pkg of Kraft's pre-grated 4-Cheese Mexican blend - which has asiago and queso fresco added to the usual cheddar and jack, then add some sharp cheddar. BEST if you make the sauce, the night before, and refrigerate. Makes 8-10 enchiladas, and 4 cups of sauce.

    Recipe #132058

    The art of making this classic southern "stick-to-your-ribs-and-leave-you-smilin'-all-day" breakfast is, unfortunately being lost to the fat-phoebic. EVERYONE should know how to make a truly great Biscuits & Gravy breakfast, if not just to see your man smile from ear to ear one Saturday morning a year (right before he has to mow the lawn ;-) ) I *have* been known to run to our local McDonalds at 6am and pick up a few of their terrific plain biscuits, on lazy days. P.S. Found an even EASIER (and maybe BETTER) biscuit recipe here on 'Zaar http://www.recipezaar.com/58913 ).

    Recipe #125901

    Adapted from a recipe by Joanne Wier, this is an astonishingly wonderful change-of-pace for the pizza heads among us. Rich, but with a distinctly Greek "flava" this beautiful dish will make your evening. Wonderful to serve to company - very pretty, unusual, and TASTY! ADDENDUM: I've tried several great variations on this...using puff pastry instead of phyllo, substituting cream cheese for the mozzarella, adding some cilantro pesto to the cheese combo, and topping with sauteed onions, zucchini, yellow squash, and using chopped GREEN olives instead of black. Scrumptious! Use your imagination and run amok!

    Recipe #125166

    This is almost a RELIGIOUS experience to eat. One of the few great things about traveling for a profession, is the ability to pursue the quest for "The Perfect Steak." NY steaks are too complicated and "vertical," Chicago can be bland, California adds overwhelming spices. Best so far has been found at "Marysville House"- the one remaining establishment in a ghost mining town about 30 miles outside of Helena, MT*. Have been trying to recreate it for years. Find an outstanding butcher - NOT at your grocery store. Pick the most marbled, aged filets. *Post-scripts: My friend from Helena just told me that Marysville House sold, and isn't nearly as good any more 8**(. For an extra decadence, top with a compound butter made from butter, Gorgonzola cheese, garlic, and basil. THIS should be illegal 8).

    Recipe #127958

    Creamy and cheesy, this needs only a salad and bread for a very good dinner.

    Recipe #41186

    A surprising main dish with the sharp taste of apples and cheese. The first time that I was served this by my dear friend, Claire, I couldn't get enough. I begged for the recipe, made it the next evening, and feel NO guilt over eating it all! Served with steamed asparagus and a nice crisp white wine, it is the perfect meal for friends and family.

    Recipe #368040

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