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    These are decadent bars with a brown sugar crust, brownie filling and kahlua frosting. They are delicious and attractive too.

    Recipe #90437

    Tired of meatloaf you say? Then wait until you taste this wonderful creation that a friend made for me a few years ago. I begged for the recipe. I admit, I have not ventured to make this myself because my family doesn't care for meatloaf, but I can certainly vouch for the outstanding taste.

    Recipe #90354

    This is one of my favorite vegetable side dishes inspired by a similar dish by Rachel Ray. The sherry is what gives it the unique lip-smacking flavor, so try not to substitute anything for it.

    Recipe #90341

    This is my mom's specialty. I hated it as a little kid, but now I adore it and make it often. It was hard to nail my mom's recipe down to measurements, but we figured that this was the closest we could get without saying "eyeball" it. The flavors are the classic Thai mix of salty, sour, sweet and spicy.

    Recipe #89165

    This is not your average bean dip! You will never want the canned stuff again, I promise. This also makes a great filling for quesadillas or burritos.

    Recipe #88906

    This is the ultimate family favorite desert. It is my Aunt Norma's specialty and I remember getting so excited to go to her house for Thanksgiving or Christmas and feast on this pie. I added the melted white chocolate and dark chocolate drizzle to "fancy" up the looks of an otherwise unattractive pie. But once you taste it, you won't care what it looks like. The baking is a little fussy in that the time varies with your oven and knowing when to take it out is tricky. If you bake it too long the filling will cool and harden, if you don't bake it long enough the filling will be soupy. Its done when the top looks dry and the outer portion is set while the center still shakes a little bit like custard. NOTE: The filling is actually a tad underbaked in my photo, the optimal texture is a little more dry, I should have baked it for a few more minutes but nevertheless it tastes MARVELOUS either way!

    Recipe #88747

    We are usually not big fans of quiche, but we loved this one after tasting it at a friend's house. The flavors really blend well together. Note: This quiche is heavy on the spinach, that is how we like it, if you do not care as much for spinach and want more of an eggy filling, you may use less spinach. If you add an additional egg, the filling will overflow. I make this recipe a few times a month and find it fills a regular pie shell perfectly as written below.

    Recipe #88745

    These are done completely on a gas grill and is the first recipe I have found that result in tender ribs without having to boil/steam/ or bake them first. Don't lift the lid for at least an hour while grilling! That is the secret to these ribs that end up tender and delectable. Uses simple ingredients with your favorite barbecue sauce to finish off the recipe and you will be in rib heaven.

    Recipe #88204

    If you are like me you probably don't have espresso or espresso powder on hand. This recipe tastes like "that" coffee chain's blended cold drink, but you can use your coffee maker and save yourself the almost 8 dollars you would spend for the yield of 2 servings in this recipe.

    Recipe #88080

    When I first experimented with this recipe it would yield half of this amount. However, it would be gone so fast when I served it that I had to increase the quantities. I am often asked for this recipe and it is a hit even with those who are not spinach lovers. We have also added crab meat to the leftover dip and broiled it on top of toast points.

    Recipe #88073

    My most-requested dessert recipe. Moist brownie bottom topped with a thick peanut butter filling and topped off with a chocolate glaze. Please watch the brownies carefully and remove from the oven when toothpick comes out with moist crumbs clinging to it. If your toothpick comes out completely clean then they are overbaked and you will end up with a "cake-like" brownie. Glass pyrex baking pans have yielded the best results in my experience. Note: This recipe doubles beautifully!

    Recipe #87864

    A friend brought this to a potluck quite a few years ago, and her plate was the first of the desserts to be completely emptied. It is cheesecake-like in texture but is served as a bar. I am a chocoholic so a non-chocolate dessert has to be extra special to "wow" me. This one did the trick. I usually double the recipe, since the 8X8 pan is not enough for my family and friends. I share the recipe as she gave it to me so I am guessing at the serving size.

    Recipe #87862

    I got this recipe from Cooking Light and it is our very favorite way to have asparagus. In the summer we grill the asparagus on the barbeque and then drizzle it with the sauce. I guessed at the serving size

    Recipe #87860

    This is as close to my mom's recipe as I can get with actual measurements since she eyeballs the ingredients and never measures. It is a "classic" version, and not the spicy or pineapple version you so often see in Thai restaurants. She is a native of Thailand and owned her own fantastic Thai restaurant for many years. This recipe is one of my favorites because it is so easy. The key is to use leftover, cold, jasmine rice and Thai fish sauce ONLY, no soy sauce or it will be Chinese fried rice. Serve this with Nam Prik Nam Pla Sauce Recipe #92042 to add a little spice and something extra to this dish!

    Recipe #87440

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