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    I was craving bratwurst and shrimp so decided to throw them together for something exotic. I really can't decide if it's Creole or Asian but it sure is yummy. I served it over rice.

    Recipe #380084

    I got this recipe from Alton Brown on the Food Network.It's not easy breezy but well worth having a little patience. I LOVE anything with cheese in it and this really makes me feel like I accomplished something so I don't feel guilty about eating it.

    Recipe #378901

    Oh my oh my. Everytime I make a crust I decide it is better than the last. So as of right now, this is my favorite. I got it out of a Betty Crocker cookbook. It calls for shortning but I used butter flavor Crisco. I don't know how big of a difference that makes but thats how I am going to post this recipe. This is very light,crispy, and buttery so it melts in your mouth. Watch out, you will want to eat it all.YUM!

    Recipe #374605

    I got this out of Better Homes and Gardens magazine June 2009.It is deadly as far calories go but when I am PMSing or convincing myself that I am going on a diet the next day, it really doesn't matter. This is a Bucket list recipe. You must eat and enjoy before you die. ENJOY!!!

    Recipe #373876

    I can't say these are low fat but its not fried either so that's good enough for me.

    Recipe #372686

    This is the most delicious waffle imaginable. I will never buy frozen waffles or use instant mix again. These are so buttery and crunchy, I ate them plain. I wanted to keep it simple so I got this from Joy of Cooking. Never fails. I promise you won't be disappointed. If I can stop eating them (which I doubt), I will freeze them for later. Enjoy!!!!!

    Recipe #372437

    I had tons of strawberries so I had to at least try this pie. Naturally I used Recipe #371212 for the crust. Next time I make this, I will have to make make two pies since it was so creamy and dreamy. If you like strawberries and cream, this pie is a dream come true!! Time does not include refrigeration. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #371700

    This recipe is from the cooking Goddess, Betty Crocker. It was in Betty Crocker's New Cookbook,1996.I made it using Recipe #371212 for the crust. and then once using Recipe #374605. Both are awesome.This is very easy and perfect for a Georgia Spring Day. Refrigeration time not included

    Recipe #371666

    This Lemon Meringue Pie is from Joy of Cooking. I enjoyed it so much I had to share the recipe with everyone. I used Recipe #371212 for the crust and it melted in my mouth. The Meringue topping is included and you won't have to worry about this one weeping. Try this and you probably won't be able to stop eating it but who cares since Lemon Meringue Pie is low fat right? Enjoy. Time does not include cooling off period :)

    Recipe #371645

    I love this because it's good and very easy to makes. It also gives me the feeling that I am showing off the little german roots that I have. It has been brought to my attention that Weiner Schnitzel is made with Veal as this recipe also can be. I just have a HUGE preference for pork Thank you. Enjoy. Moo Moo or Oink Oink. :)

    Recipe #371499

    This Key Lime Pie recipe is from Cook's Ilustrated March 1,1997. The crust I used was Recipe #371212 that I have posted and Recipe #310419 for the topping. I had to stop myself from eating the whole pie. Prep time does not include 3 hour refrigeration time.

    Recipe #371493

    As of right now, I am pretty sure I wont ever use another crust again. I love the taste of butter. I used it making lemon Meringue and Key Lime Pie. It makes mw want to make more pie just to see if it taste cood with everything. I am not a pastry chef but I can do this!! This recipe makes a double crust so if you just want one, use half the recipe. I like having an extra one for "next time." oh yea, of course I got it out of Joy of Cooking:)

    Recipe #371212

    As my life goes, this happened by accident. I didn't have any gelatin so I decided to work with Jello. I kept my fingers crossed and got a few great opinions on how to go about it and dove in.. I used my "Crumb Crust" that I have posted and that really set it off. I will make this again. It is too good not to share. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #369285

    This is a crust that I love because it does not require the skills to make a pastry dough crust .Very simple, sweet,and crunchy. This is out of Joy of Cooking and makes one 9 or 10 inch single pie crust.

    Recipe #369244

    How could this recipe not be on RecipeZaar? I tasted a friends delicious pound cake and decided to "try" to make one. Of course,I turned to my cookbook Bible, "Joy of Cooking" for the recipe. I actually followed the directions and it paid off. I will be making this again very soon..

    Recipe #367504

    This recipe came from Good Housekeeping October 2004.Very fresh and light. Perfect for a Spring day and almost guilt free.

    Recipe #362416

    I don't know if a recipe like this exists anywhere but it was an idea I came up with thinking of a way to maximize the flavor of a young turkey breast.I decided that pepperoni inserted into a turkey would be fabulous...and it was. It turned out to be the inspiration to my Italian themed dinner party and was a huge hit. I will make this again.

    Recipe #360541

    This classic recipe has an extra spicy twist to it. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did. It tastes even better the next day.

    Recipe #354358

    This is a childhood favorite that my child also enjoys. Very easy to make and of course, delicious.

    Recipe #353290

    I love alfredo and wanted an easy recipe that my 7 yr old daughter could make. The key for me was letting her chose the type of pasta to use. When she made this recipe, she chose penne AND rotoni. This is a recipe everyone can enjoy and anyone can make in many variations.

    Recipe #351745

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