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    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    Ever wonder what to use when a recipe calls for poultry seasoning? You don't have to rush to the store. This recipe is equivalent to a teaspoon of poultry seasoning.

    Recipe #477968

    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I got a great buy on organic brown sugar because it was hard as a rock. I'd heard you can throw in whole unpeeled apples or a slice of bread to soften it up, but I never got around to doing it and needed soft brown sugar right away. I couldn't wait a day or 2 to try these techniques. If you live in Idaho or Utah you become familiar with brown sugar that's hard-as-bricks--people in the humid south don't have this problem. A trick to try if your brown sugar is soft and you want to keep it that way--store it in the bottom vegetable bin inside the refrigerator. Your brown sugar will stay nice and soft. Courtesy of tipnut.com.

    Recipe #410834

    I didn't have cilantro, but I wanted to make something close to guacamole. I substituted fresh tomatoes and jalapenos for the salsa. The recipe says it serves 24, but this is hard to stop eating. This didn't even make it to the fridge for chiling. Recipe courtesy of allrecipes.com

    Recipe #446070

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I was craving fresh fruit for breakfast and only had frozen, but I ran across this recipe in Taste of Home's Quick Cooking Sept-Oct '99. Patricia Mahoney of Presque Isle, Maine says it's difficult to get everyone to eat breakfast before school in the morning, and this gives a delicious and nutritious easy start. If fresh mint were in season, I would definitely throw in a few sprigs for flavor next time. Of course fresh fruit would be even more delicious, but this is a great winter alternative to beat the doldrums. YUM!

    Recipe #356992

    I'd never heard of a Brown Cow, but I guess in the 40s and 50s root beer stands were familiar sights. This is like a root beer float to the tenth degree. YUM! Recipe courtesy of Down Home Cooking.

    Recipe #434678

    Normally I just throw together horseradish with ketchup and maybe a little fresh squeezed lemon juice. I decided to look up a real recipe to see how to make cocktail sauce. Where else would I go except shrimpcocktailsauce.com (who knew?). I stuck with the classic because I didn't have any vodka or tequila, but I'll save these recipes for another day. Very quick and simple but flavorful blend for your shrimp cocktail.

    Recipe #378463

    This sounded so good I had to make it as soon as I got the recipe in my e-mail. It was very refreshing for breakfast. I used all vanilla yogurt instead of frozen yogurt. Recipe courtesy of Stonyfield Organic.

    Recipe #483842

    I love guacamole, and there's nothing better than a great guacamole recipe. This recipe has a great kick. Will make again...Recipe courtesy of Cooking Light October 2010

    Recipe #497581

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I love this recipe because it's so fast to put together, and it's with ingredients you have on hand. Recipe courtesy of Old El Paso, Makin' it Easy! Makin' it Fun!

    Recipe #459882

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I never would have thought to combine green olives with cream cheese and celery, but it sure is delicious. I used regular cream cheese instead of reduced-fat. This is a serving size, but I assure you there were plenty more made that disappeared. Recipe courtesy of Eating Well.

    Recipe #495787

    This recipe came from Epicurious.com and originally from Gourmet February 2006. It's quick and easy and a great way to use up cottage cheese. I added a little fresh Parmesan cheese when I made it and ate it with corn chips for lunch. Yummy! Cook time excludes chilling time.

    Recipe #359114

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    This is a yummy start to the day or good any time. Olivia Griffin says don't throw out overripe bananas. If you want it sweeter, increase the sugar by using flavored yogurt. Plan ahead for future smoothies by peeling and freezing black bananas in resealable plastic bags. Recipe courtesy of Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Cookbook.

    Recipe #431053

    Who knew a spinach smoothie could be so tasty? Recipe courtesy of Two Peas and Their Pod. Love this!

    Recipe #480590

    Have you ever been in the middle of baking and realized you didn't have brown sugar? This is terrific because you don't have to make it in advance--just throw it together when you need it. Just add with the wet ingredients when brown sugar is called for (or you can just add when brown sugar is called for and mix then). Recipe courtesy of ehow.com.

    Recipe #437162

    Who knew you can make this from scratch, and it's pretty tasty--just like the real stuff. Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #517342

    I made crab salad and didn't have Old Bay Seasoning. This worked perfectly and tasted very close to the original. Recipe courtesy of Lillian Russo at www.justapinch.com. Serving size varies.

    Recipe #480702

    1 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I didn't have any Old Bay to cook my shrimp in, so I decided to try this version. I might even like it better than Old Bay, and it was simple to whip up. The chef suggests keeping these ingredients in your cabinet and using them with any chicken, seafood, or vegetables. Or, put them in fancy glass jars and make gifts for the holidays.The chef recommends 1/4 cup of Old Bay Spice with every 2 lbs of shrimp. Recipe courtesy of www.handsongourmet.com. Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #439631

    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    This is better than the mix you get at the store. The best part is it makes just enough for the recipe you're making so you don't have to keep a container of spices that you forget to use or wonder what you made for. Recipe from cooks.com.

    Recipe #390613

    Craving something tropical? I found some frozen mangoes in the freezer and decided to give this a whirl. Next time I might throw in some fresh pineapple or banana. This is light and refreshing. I used vanilla yogurt and a little apple juice in place of the milk and still loved it. Recipe courtesy of Southern Food.

    Recipe #430881

    Who knew a 2 ingredient smoothie could be so delicious. I found it a little too thick to blend and added a bit of water, but otherwise this is terrific. Recipe courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Serving size is estimated.

    Recipe #461209

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