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    A very refreshing summer drink. This recipe is from Iced Tea by Fred Thompson. It is suggested in the book that some crushed mint leaves and sour mash whisky can be added for a nice cocktail. I made it using splenda which worked out very well. Prep time includes time to bring water to a boil.

    Recipe #359977

    Here is another easy version of a Green Tea Martini. From a book called Iced Tea by Fred Thompson. This makes 4 large martinis or 6 smaller ones.

    Recipe #359860

    This is just a simple way to prepare a pork loin. I usually buy half a loin which will feed my husband and I for about 4 meals or so. This is just one of the ways I cook it up!

    Recipe #358957

    This recipe is adapted from Entertaining with the Soprano's cookbook. Easy to throw together and can feed a large group.

    Recipe #358584

    I wasn't going to post this recipe because there are so many bean salad recipes out there, but my search for one similar to this came up blank. This is more fresh and less sweet than most of the three bean salads I found. Also, I use garbanzo beans instead of the usual wax beans. Did not include time to marinate since this can be eaten right away, but is much better a few hours or a day later.

    Recipe #358463

    Here is an easy way to dress up brussel sprouts. If you like brussel spourts this is for you. I can't promise to make you love brussel sprouts if you don't already but I do encourage you to try them this way. Fresh sprouts make a difference.

    Recipe #357892

    This is a great fall dessert pizza. Something a little different, but with familiar flavors. I suggest using Pilsbury crescent roll dough because it tends to unroll a little larger than some store brands.

    Recipe #354043

    The shells are cooked then marinated for added flavor then stuffed and baked. Times include marinating.

    Recipe #349856

    Here is a traditional Chinese lettuce wrap recipe made simple. It's best to use a food processor, but if you don't have one roughly chop ingredients by hand. Time does not include cooking the chicken.

    Recipe #336760

    This baby food is for older babies who can chew well. I made this recipe up and although I know it is healthy it is not approved by the FDA or a pediatrician. My son loves it and does not have any problem eating or digesting it and that is good enough for me. I use all organic ingredients and freeze it in an ice cube tray. Reheat in the microwave 15 seconds at a time stirring each time.

    Recipe #336450

    The edges can be a bit jagged ­ but they are rich and buttery, crumbly and satisfying, filled with coffee flavor in the dough, which is packed with nuggets of Heath Bars and semisweet chocolate chunks. I have not made these yet, but I got the recipe from Dede Wilson's Web page.

    Recipe #331883

    This recipe comes from Dede Wilson's "The Wedding Cake Book". It's a rich chocolate cake that is not too light or too dense. I have made a few adjustments. This cake freezes well.

    Recipe #331821

    Just a really simple recipe for egg salad. No fuss, nothing fancy, just yummy. Feel free to use more or less of any ingredient to suit your taste.

    Recipe #331211

    Just a really simple recipe for chicken salad. No fuss, nothing fancy, just yummy. Did not include the time for cooking the chicken.

    Recipe #331090

    Ok, this isn't exactly the toss it in and forget it crock pot recipe, but it does make sure you have hot cobbler for dessert. It really isn't difficult to make, it just take a little more preparation than your average crock pot dish. I think you'll be happy with the results though. The flavor is really special. Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

    Recipe #330895

    These sugar cookies use a mixture of Sweet N' Low and sugar. Since The Pink Panther is the spokesperson for Sweet N' Low these cookies are named after him. The yield depends on the shape and size of your cookies cutter.

    Recipe #328448

    This is another twist on baked apples. I like to serve it with vanilla ice cream. The spices make this very flavorful.

    Recipe #327790

    This is sweet buttered popcorn with red food color added. Great for a girls birthday party or for Breast Cancer Awarness events.

    Recipe #327787

    This recipe comes from Wolfgang Puck, I haven't made it yet, but am posting in hopes of getting to it soon. This recipe can also be made in a 2 qt glass or metal bowl. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #327783

    This can be done with any kind of pepper. I have used green bells and pablanos, both came out very good. Vegetable stock or wine can substitute the beef stock.

    Recipe #323266

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