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    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    We made this without the smoked turkey and ham hock, and it was still heavenly. This was a great way to use the stock from turkey dinner. Recipe courtesy of Variety Pack Favorite Recipes From Jan and Norman. Serving size is estimated. Delicious!

    Recipe #470575

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    This is a great recipe to start in the morning and have ready when you come home. I love the packages with 16 kinds of beans...they make the best bean soup. They don't come with a prepackaged mix or anything like it sounds--the 16 bean soup mix is just a package of 16 kinds of beans. I didn't have turkey Italian sausage so I used regular spicy Italian sausage, and I added a couple potatoes just because I love them. Recipe is posted as written. Serving size is estimated. Recipe courtesy of www.lovetoknow.com

    Recipe #411979

    Did you ever feel like making a cake, but you didn't have any eggs or oil so you figured you were out of luck? Think again. I made a cake instead of cupcakes, and I used chocolate frosting instead of white. Easy and delicious. Recipe courtesy of Budget Savvy Diva. Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #494233

    Oh my heavens. This is the bomb. My self-control goes out the window with this one. Recipe courtesy of Robert Irvine with Brian O-Reilly and Food Network.

    Recipe #491165

    YUM! I did add an extra can of refried beans because I prefer more beans to sour cream. I also used Ro-Tel in place of the tomatoes to spice it up. For the taco seasoning mix I use Recipe #390613 instead of the pre-packaged mix. Recipe courtesy of A Thrifty Mom. Thank you! Thank you! Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #430828

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I love to try new potato salad recipes, and this one is a keeper. The worcestershire sauce is the secret weapon. Recipe courtesy of Food Network Magazine June/July 2009.

    Recipe #463168

    If you're not a traditional pumpkin pie fan or if you're cooking for people who don't care for pumpkin pie, you might want to try this. This is a slightly different and delicious variation on an old traditional holiday dessert. Your dough will turn out better if you put ice cubes in a cup of water and if using butter it's still chilled.

    Recipe #350380

    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    What a great idea to make with a cake mix, and it tastes like Almond Joys. Simple recipe that looks like you slaved all day in the kitchen. Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #412006

    A perfect salad for the holidays...and the colors are gorgeous too. Cook time excludes chill time.

    Recipe #350335

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    This is a great recipe for even a beginning chef. Easy to put together and delicious! Recipe courtesy of The America's Test Kitchen Family Baking Book. If you don't want congo bars, leave out the coconut and you'll have blondies.

    Recipe #448692

    This recipe is a keeper--one I will make again. It was so good I wanted to eat long after I was full. Definitely the best breakfast burrito I've ever had. Recipe courtesy of The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook. Feel free to substitute andouille, kielbasa, or hot Italian sausage for the chorizo sausage.

    Recipe #482585

    I love America's Test Kitchen because I always know it's going to be a superior recipe. This is no exception--this recipe is a keeper. I already had a cooked ham from last weekend so I used my ham bone and cooked it with the split peas and skipped the first step. I also cooked mine in a crock pot. Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #446568

    This recipe was created specifically for lasagna, but it can also be used over regular pasta. I made this with America's Test Kitchen Simple Cheese Lasagna. Recipe courtesy of America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #483397

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    Who knew jalapeno's were the secret ingredient in terrific guacamole. I'll never leave them out now that I know. You can make this ahead and wrap it in plastic for up to 24 hours (good luck with that, I can't keep my hands off it once it's made). Just make sure the plastic wrap is touching the surface of the guacamole and bring to room temperature and season with additional fresh lime juice and salt before serving. Recipe courtesy of The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #482526

    I can't pass up any recipe with cilantro, and this one makes a delicious meal. I skipped the sour cream and added a lot more cilantro than the recipe called for. You can omit the chorizo if you prefer and just make Mexican-Style Skillet Vermicelli. Recipe courtesy of America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #482691

    These are delicious! Recipe courtesy of The America's Test Kitchen Family Baking Book. You can use old-fashioned rolled oats, but the bars will be more chewy. Make sure you cool the crust before you add the filling.

    Recipe #448810

    The fresh basil is the key ingredient. Cheesy, flavorful, and delicious! I made Recipe# 483397 along with it, but if you are using regular jarred sauce you'll only need about 2 24-26 oz jars. I used regular noodles in place of no-boil. Recipe courtesy of America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook.

    Recipe #483401

    If you love spicy food--this is for you. If not, you may want to decrease the heat to your liking. Flavorful and warming. Recipe courtesy of America's Test Kitchen.

    Recipe #493904

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I've never had corn pudding before this, and I am sold. This is heavenly and simple to make. Recipe courtesy of Down Home Cooking.

    Recipe #438228

    A friend gave me fresh apples and plums, and I wondered if you could make a crisp with both? Surprise, surprise, there is a recipe for apples and plums and it is delicious! I left the skin on my apples and still loved it. Recipe courtesy of www.itsfoodtime.com. I ate this plain, but feel free to add ice cream or whipped cream.

    Recipe #442116

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