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If you like your drinks strong, this is for you. Adapted from [[Shaken]] by Bay Books.
Another given to me by a friend.
Love sparkly drinks. Adapted from [[Shaken]] by Bay Books.
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This is from an episode of Dinner: Impossible by Robert Irvine. He sure knows how to cook on his feet. Very impressive!
I saw this on the Food Network show Quick Fix Meals the other day. I liked the fact that there were no cream or eggs involved in this recipe.
This is from The Barefoot Contessa. I modified it a bit to suit my family's tastes.
I'm not a big fan of coleslaw, but I saw her make this on one of her shows one day, tried it and liked it a lot. I did modify it a bit to suit my taste.
I'm not crazy about meatloaf, but my husband is. I do however want to eat it when I do make it, so I found this recipe from What's Cooking magazine, tweaked it a bit to suit my taste and they're not half bad.
This is a very simple little recipe and it is revised from one of my favorite cookbooks More-With-Less Cookbook. I quite often double the ingredients, but not the sauce. I hope you will like it.
I love Fontina cheese. I don't remember where I got this from, but I tweaked the original recipe to suit my taste buds.
If you like Stove Top Stuffing Mix, you'll enjoy this. Adapted from "What's Cooking" magazine.
Very tasty pepper recipe. Adapted from Canadian Living Magazine.
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