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    This is so nice to have around the holidays, but it's great anytime you want to have a gingery, creamy, cherry-infused dessert! Just use the food processor to make the crust, it's a snap! lol

    Recipe #446297

    What do you get when you cross cranberries and cherry preserves? Just make these and see! The combination of the two is delicious and festive and a dessert you won't likely forget! I have made these with almond extract and it's very good that way also. *Note: These are not the traditional shape, rather they are shaped like a pinwheel. Source: Taste of Home

    Recipe #442982

    This is a yummy, comforting soup, to be enjoyed any time of the year, but especially in the cooler months. It's so easy to do and when you walk through the door after work, you will have a wonderdul, delicious meal! Just some crunchy french bread or some hot cornbread with honey butter will top off the meal! Note: I like to add corn to the recipe and carrots.

    Recipe #439522

    This is so delicious and doesn't take long to prepare at all. It's nice enough for a week day meal and it is a beautiful meal that can be served to guests. I sometimes substitute pork for the chicken, with great results!

    Recipe #426331

    Bits of sweet corn, chiles and sprigs of fresh cilantro add color, crunch and flavor to an always-welcome addition to any meal, the meltingly tender biscuit. Try these Southwestern Biscuits the next time you serve eggs and bacon, a hot bowl or chile or a tureen of soup.This is from Cooks.

    Recipe #429036

    You're in for a treat here! I'm talkin' a one bowl deal!! These are great for any time! You can find these cookies usually by the ice cream isle, around where the ice cream cones and toppings are. If not, ask for them.

    Recipe #424121

    This is my favorite basic vinaigrette! I love the tang and brightness of the lemon and the subtle flavor of the Tarragon! They were made for each other! Feel free to add your favorite spice! This recipe makes 3/4 of a cup, so you may want to double it. Note:Be sure to prepare this ahead of time, the flavors need a few hours to meld. Please try to use fresh lemons, using the stuff in the lettle yellow plastic thing just won't give you the quality results.

    Recipe #418106

    If you like pimiento cheese, you'll enjoy this recipe. Keep the sandwiches well chilled so the cream cheese spread will remain firm. Sturdy, whole-grain bread works best, but a good rye would also be good. You could certainly use the full-fat cheeses. The time for draining the peppers and cucumber is noted in the prep. time. Source:Internet

    Recipe #418099

    You will love this cake! It is chocked full of raisins and nuts, and it just spells d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!! Simple pantry ingredients. Note**Begin testing for doneness at 30 min.

    Recipe #417611

    This is an incredible dessert! If you like pumpkin, you're going to love this! I've taken this to many get-togethers, and it always gets eaten the fastest! I don't remember the site that I got this, but Becky from Colo. gets the credit!

    Recipe #415506

    This is so pretty and festive, besides being totally delicious! Whip this up for your special Valentine! It's also great to have year-round!It's easy, it's yummy and your Valentine is worth it! I have found that at times Maraschino cherries are hard to locate, at least in the regular supermarkets. I have seen it in very large jars in some of the places like Sam's and Costco, but unless you have the need (and the room!) for this size, here's what you can do. Make a batch of simple syrup, and add some cherry extract, which you'll find in the markets on the spice isle,and if need be, add a couple of drops of red food coloring. For the simple syrup, there are several recipeds for it here at Zaar. You use the same ratio of water and sugar, 1:1. Just bring it to a boil and stirring constantly, cook it gently until it is thickened. Cool it and store it in your fridge. I found this on the internet by lady named Linda. The amount of servings will vary, depending on whether you put it in a mold, or serve it from a bowl. Should be around 3-4 servings.

    Recipe #417336

    A creamy ricotta-vanilla ‘custard’ cuts calories and boosts calcium in this light take on an English classic. This recipe blends the wonderful creaminess of ricotta and fat-free vanilla yogurt, with berries and angel food cake, saving you extra calories!Delicious! Chilling time is not included in the prep time.This needs to be well chilled before serving, and in-between servings. Source: Merwyn Garbini - Tucson, Arizona

    Recipe #417133

    Here's a wonderful,easy recipe for a cook-out, or other get-together! I make this often, usually for dinner for my family. I love salads, and have been trying to get my hubby to eat more salads. This one's actually filling. The prep time includes time for cooking the pasta.

    Recipe #416109

    This is delicious! It's just a little different way to enjoy fruit cake, and it'll feel a little like being in the Caribbean Iles! It's chock full of goodies! You can enjoy this all year around and try using different types of healthy ingredients like dried fruits and different nuts.

    Recipe #415650

    These are a lovely way to end a nice dinner, or just to have any time. Very easy to put together, and the kids will love them! Don't worry if the fruits here are out of season, just use what you have or what's available.They'll be delicious! Try cherries,melon,apples (dipped first in lemon juice), mangoes, or grapes, cut up. You also can sprinkle a few chopped nuts on top.

    Recipe #414871

    This is a really nice salad to make for a nice luncheon, or before a meal. It's very versitile, and you can even dress it up further with slices of avocado and some elegant crackers. You may opt not to use the lemon juice. I like it because it just adds a brightness to the dish; a nice fresh flavor. Cooling time is cook time.

    Recipe #413806

    I have always loved the smell of Lavender,but had never entertained the thought of cooking with them! When I saw this recipe, I just had to make them. They taste as good as they smell! They are so elegant, and you will think so too. Paired with a nice cup of tea or coffee, they're a sure winner and a favorite of yours for sure.

    Recipe #413803

    This is from Prepared Pantry, one of my very favorite places. This is a great recipe for having a "Fajita Party." I do this quite often, I just provide the extras, and my friends will supply their own meat. It's really a lot of fun!

    Recipe #412836

    This is another variation of Potatoes Anna, which is made with white potatoes.These are tender and flavorful and a wonderful recipe that you can use as a side dish for many meals. They go great with ham, of course, but are delicious with steak, pork chops, even fish! So try something new for a change! Toss this on the table, and watch the smiles grow! **Divided means that you will be using the same ingredient more than once,and it usually is listed as a total amount. Source: Edith Ruth Muldoon, N.Y.

    Recipe #412833

    This makes a very pretty addition to your 4th of July picnic table! From Eagle Brand, this quick and delicious dessert takes only about 20 minutes!

    Recipe #407780

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