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    Super easy to make, and stays good forever. Have a big jar or bottle ready to store it in (makes roughly 24 ounces).

    Recipe #374417

    An absolutely delicious dessert. I've seen similar recipes where the pepper is optional, but trust me, you want the pepper.

    Recipe #374418

    Absolutely delicious... and addictive. I've been known to eat all of mine, plus the portions set aside as leftovers. Thank God for gyms! **NOTE** Sun-dried tomato oil is the oil that comes in the jar of sun-dried tomatoes. Chicken broth can be substituted for the white wine, but in my opinion the wine works better with the other ingredients.

    Recipe #410037

    My friend Fred calls these preppy fajitas. I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean, but I'm going to take it as a compliment. These are extremely good, but not your typical fajita. Be prepared to be amazed!

    Recipe #374457

    This is really for me to keep track of the recipe, but if you're looking for a flavorful roast, give this one a try. It's a slow cooker recipe, so you can set it up in the AM, and it'll be ready by dinner. You can also substitute red wine for the apple cider vinegar (although that's not for P3). ** UPDATE ** I've adjusted the cook time. Ideally what you're looking for is for the meat to be really tender. Each crockpot cooks a little differently, so if you're cooking the roast on low you may want to check on it at the 6 hour marker the first time you make this recipe.

    Recipe #476687

    A delicious take on jello. Although the combination may sound a bit on the odd side, it is extremely refreshing, especially on a hot summer day. Perfect for BBQs and Potlucks. For a "healthier" version, we use sugar-free jello (0.3 ounce package). **Chilling Time not included in Preparation**

    Recipe #381257

    Little chocolate balls of perfection... These are ridiculously delicious! Yield is a guestimate - I've never sat down and counted them, and some never even get as far as the cookie sheet before they're consumed.

    Recipe #434815

    This recipe was originally a 5 Factor recipe that my husband and I spruced up. It is intensely hot (we both cry like babies when we eat it).

    Recipe #374458

    This is an extremely versatile spaghetti sauce that is great for using up your garden's bounty (or maybe your supermarket splurge?). The recipe makes a huge batch, which can be easily frozen and saved for future meals. Feel free to add in new veggies (sometimes I use mushrooms or zucchini instead of squash) or spices. *Cook time includes 1 hour of unwatched simmering*

    Recipe #476585

    Yum!!! Originally from Hallmark Magazine.

    Recipe #410086

    This is my all-time favorite summer drink. Very refreshing. If you prefer, the tea can be prepared and chilled 1 day ahead (Step 4), just cover and keep chilled in the refrigerator. Or you can cheat (which is what I do), and place the tea mixture in the freezer for about an hour, and then continue on with the recipe. I'm too impatient to wait three hours for this drink.

    Recipe #374453


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