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    Just writing this recipe makes me want to drool as I remember how delicious it was . . . mmmmm, lamb. My husband who loathes sheep is now ready to raise some so that we can have this recipe more often. Easy. Yummy. Lamby.

    Recipe #114602

    These are so basic, you may say boring. I say be creative and add your choice of spices and garnishes. This is just to get you started. My kid likes these just the way they are . . . with his favorite food group -- ketchup.

    Recipe #288710

    Save this recipe for those wonderful days when you have homegrown tomatoes. This is so simple, but really excellent. I found this recipe in the Jan/Feb '92 issue of Country Woman magagzine.

    Recipe #120976

    I found this recipe on www.thenetskitchen.com and had to share. You'll want to make extra, trust me. This meal is so easy and surprisingly good for so little effort.

    Recipe #170542

    I got this recipe from somewhere on the Internet, but I can't remember where -- it was b.z. (before 'Zaar) anyway. I always double this and make two pans, so I can freeze some. They never last long.

    Recipe #288709

    I had a delicious steak that was served with a gob of this amazing butter at a local restaurant. All I found out is that it had Gorgonzola cheese and pine nuts in it. The only recipe that seemed close was Karen From Colorado's #33130. So, with a tip of my hat to Karen, here is my new recipe. This is so yummy, that my husband and I will use the leftover butter on crackers or bread. Easy and delish.

    Recipe #190912


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