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    I was never a huge sugar cookie fan until I went to a local bakery and bit into one of their frosted sugar cookies. It had a fudgy texture that complimented the harder frosting and sprinkles on top. So good! I've been on a hunt for such a cookie since. I haven't found the frosting yet, but here's a great cookie that delivers on texture and taste!

    Recipe #132511

    Savory with just a hint of sweetness, this pork chop is one of my husband's favorites. It whips up in no time and served with a quickly stir-fried veggie and rice, it makes a complete meal in under 30 minutes.

    Recipe #124290

    This was published in a Fine Cooking magazine a couple of years ago. I was so excited to have found a relatively easy yet very flavorful noodle soup for my family. My husband (the ultimate food critic) loves this and doesn't mind eating it for days. He says it reminds him of when he was in Taiwan. High praise, indeed! Packaged stewing beef is often made up of irregularly shaped pieces from different cuts, so I cut my own stew meat using a boneless chuck roast or two 3/4 inch thick chuck steaks.

    Recipe #133034

    Originally from Food and Wine, 01/03, I found it posted on Cooking Light Board. Below is the review given by another poster. It has become a regular at my house and I'm always delighted when my very selective husband requests more. I make mine with bone-in, skin-on breasts and panko crumbs. You can whip together the ingredients and prep the chicken while your oven heats up. **This is one of those "Why don't I make this more often??" recipes. It's easy, delicious, uses what most of us have on hand. The chicken is tender, a little sweet, a little savory, very moist. The original calls for bone-in, skin-on breasts. I use boneless, skinless. The chicken is cooked so quickly at a high temperature that the chicken doesn't dry out. I do have to fudge a bit to get the crunchiness- which gets lost without the fatty skin: I spray the outside with cooking spray after sprinkling on the crumb mixture. Using Panko or cornmeal instead of bread crumbs would up the crunch quotient even more, I'll bet.**

    Recipe #123514

    These cookies are 5 star in my opinion. They're thick (almost 1/2") and dense, crisp around the outside edge, a firm "chew" as you get away from the edge, "lip smacking" rich, peanutty, and not too salty. They not only taste great, they look great too...golden brown and slightly crinkled on top.--described perfectly by a poster on another board. YUMMY! is all I need to add.

    Recipe #132717

    This does take a little planning as the oats need to soak overnight, but these delicious and heart healthy pancakes are worth it!

    Recipe #185832


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