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    This is a copycat recipe from PF Chang's China Bistro. We don't have a PF Chang's anywhere near us, and my sister had a craving, so I hunted this one up on the 'net.

    Recipe #137175

    Super easy & quick version of "Chicken A La King" using ingredients you most likely have on hand. Kid friendly, too.

    Recipe #133711

    I saw this on an episode of "The Baby Story" a long time ago and dug it out when it was time for my sister's baby shower. Very cute placed on the guest tables at baby showers or on the food buffet table. Also good for playing the "Can't Say the Word" shower game (where every guest is given an item, sometimes it's a clothespin, and they are instructed at the beginning of the shower that they can't say a certain word. each time a guest says that word in conversation to another guest, the offending person must surrender their item/clothespin to the person that caught them. The person with the most items at the end of the shower wins.).

    Recipe #112525

    I was looking for a recipe on 'Zaar for this to make at an upcoming holiday party, and was SHOCKED to find that there wasn't one. Super yummy and rather substantial.

    Recipe #105914

    This came from Family Fun magazine, it's SUPER easy, next to NO MESS. Great activity to do with kids. Excellent alternative to messing around with melting chocolate and dipping pretzels.

    Recipe #104975

    Easy, nutritious, keeps for a long time (in a sealed container), easily "tweaked" to fit your personal tastes. A REAL kid-pleaser. Great for bringing snack on your child's turn at preschool/daycare. Although it may be wise to omit the ingredients containing peanuts (when considering a choice for nuts and regarding the peanut butter chips) as the allergy to peanuts is increasingly common and potentially life-threatening. Also great for a cooking activity with small children...wash their hands and let them throw handfulls of the ingredients together.

    Recipe #100185

    found this on a "box tops for education" website and tweaked it a bit.

    Recipe #99798

    Super easy and inexpensive. Great on top of mashed potatoes, egg noodles or rice.

    Recipe #97019

    Great for pasta toppers or for a hearty meatball sandwich, topped with lots of mozzarella cheese.

    Recipe #97018

    Yummy, kid-friendly comfort food for chilly days.

    Recipe #97017

    I used to get this to-die-for chicken salad at a local deli when I nannied in Chicago. I've since been scouring the net for anything that even RESEMBLES it. Eventually I just gave up and called the deli, begging for the recipe, and they did give it to me. Especially for those "what to cook, it's too damn hot" nights when you're looking for something to make for dinner. Cooking time includes marinating and chilling. Thank you, "Don's Finer Foods" of Lake Bluff, IL!

    Recipe #96016

    Something different and tasty...an alternative when the barbecue/cookout season gets going and you're tired of potato salad and plain coleslaw.

    Recipe #93156

    That's right folks, the Jimmy Buffett fan in me is sharing a "Buffett-inspired" recipe to get into the "swing of things" and gear up for tailgating season. Also lots of fun for kids' snacks or barbecues. I saw this in a little shop in Estes Park, CO and tried out some things to make a "copy" when I got home.

    Recipe #89105

    Fell in love with this after a friend and I had dinner at O.G., searched for the recipe and found it at Copykat Creations.

    Recipe #84548

    A definate favorite of my family's. Freezes well. A very filling soup. I serve it with a nice fresh loaf of bread or some fresh rolls. Prep time is considerably less if you have & use a food processor to chop and grate veggies. Good leftover as well.

    Recipe #78421

    Super for fall meals. Very tangy, yet subtle flavor. Great with some crisp, roasted vegetables and warm potatoes.

    Recipe #78419

    Got this recipe from a cookbook my husband & I picked up on our honeymoon in the Keys. A few years later, stuck in snowy, land-locked IA where we live, we decided to make up a few batches of these with some Rum Runners and have a "Wish We Were in Key West" dinner party with a few friends.

    Recipe #78418

    I got this recipe from a Coast Guard wife whose husband worked with mine. She was from a tiny town in Louisiana and said sometimes her dad would work for shrimp when it was in season and her mom would make this with some homemade biscuits to go with it. I lost this recipe once, and tried some more elaborate recipes for the etoufee, but this ones is TONS better than any I've tried.

    Recipe #78417

    This is our standard holiday dish that everyone requests for dinner. An old family favorite that's even BETTER leftover and/or cold. Prep time is less than stated if you use a food processor to chop chicken & vegetables.

    Recipe #78416

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