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    This is a beautiful salad indeed, with a scrumptious taste. A perfect blend of many flavors.

    Recipe #385129

    Young fresh green beans or haricots verts, make this a very nice side salad.

    Recipe #303568

    Just because I really like this side dish! Also included is the recipe for Smash Seasoning.

    Recipe #291313

    I am posting this recipe, by request. It is a very nice non-tomato sauce vegetarian lasagna. Not gluten-free!

    Recipe #289703

    A very good main course served with a salad. To make this recipe gluten-free I use G/F flour.

    Recipe #288073

    A different dressing for salad greens.

    Recipe #287530

    This is a very quick and tasty dish from the sister of my heart, Mary. I am posting it here for safe keeping. Gluten-Free and diabetic adjustments, included.

    Recipe #285675

    Three ingredients plus chicken or fish.

    Recipe #285471

    Today after being out and about Sweet Old Husband was very hungry upon returning home and requested two quick fried egg sandwiches. This is the way I have always made them.

    Recipe #282849

    Got this recipe quite a few years ago from McCormick Spice Company. For many decades their cookbook has been my bible. Now, tattered and torn it is well loved and well worn and it was free with a large can of black pepper. The family finds this recipe even better then old regular deviled egg recipe. I will also post how to get a perfect peeling of a hard cooked egg.

    Recipe #280742

    I really enjoy eating pasta and peanut butter separately. This combo really grabs me. I do use quinoa noodles and tamari sauce as they are gluten-free.

    Recipe #279949

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com I think you will find this very like the soup served at Carrabba's Restaurant. It is exceptional, indeed.

    Recipe #279315

    This is a Pressure cooker recipe that I have been making for several decades. Try not to swoon when tasting the gravy. I never have measured, but I will make a guess.

    Recipe #279215

    Got this recipe from our local paper, many years ago. It is quick and good, another family favorite. Can be made with bottled pre-squeezed orange juice, but fresh orange juice is better.

    Recipe #278893

    Jasper White is famous for Chowders. He has published a cookbook of just chowders. This is the pot of chowder served at our house our way, mostly on cold winter nights. It has none of the glue of flour, so is quite good for gluten-intolerant folks.

    Recipe #278763

    This has been a family favorite for some time now. Seems to have just sort of evolved. Has an interesting flavor, just a bit different. It is my first posting of a recipe on Recipezaar.

    Recipe #276428

    This creamy and quick salad dressing can really be made with any flavor of yogurt.

    Recipe #320681

    Recipe #320531

    A spicy apple vinaigrette.

    Recipe #319864

    This recipe is absolutely unique! While Tomato Aspic by itself is wonderful. What sets this recipe apart is the pineapple sauce. Yes, the pineapple and tomato flavors go very well together.

    Recipe #312858

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