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    Simply wonderful. Recipe from "Return to Sunday Dinners" by Russell Cronkhite, a world renowned chef.

    Recipe #416635

    Tried this as a sample at the store, loved it, bought the ingredients and make it at home, now. Surprisingly good, and I enjoy this as a great alternative from the usual mayo dressing.

    Recipe #416633

    This is good fresh out of the bread machine or toasted with butter.

    Recipe #416610

    Give it a chance, and you will fall in love with this recipe just like I did! I wouldn't recommend leaving any of the spices out, at least not the first time you make it, as I have found that even one missing spice makes this recipe less than it can be. However, I frequently skip the egg and bread crumbs, to make them egg and gluten-free, and they still turn out nicely. Bursting with flavor, one of my favorites! I like to serve them with sweet potatoes and Greek salad.

    Recipe #416604

    This appetizer is first made pizza-style and cut into smaller pieces later. It is made unique by a layer of "special sauce" between the tomatoes and dough. My mom and I enjoy this so much that I would make a pan and serve it in bigger pieces for our lunch. The recipe comes from Company's Coming "Appetizers" cookbook.

    Recipe #416587

    I found this recipe in Taste of Home magazine. It's good, filling and easy to make. Leftovers are even better, especially when reheated in the oven. My favorite enchilada far.

    Recipe #414607

    I'm not sure where this recipe came from, but it is so good! I have experimented with various ways of cutting the chopping the cabbage and tried different types of sausage, and they have all been enjoyed by me and my family. The most important thing to remember is to drain the fat and excess liquid as directed, or the casserole will be thin and watered down.

    Recipe #413547

    This is similar to a "Sweet n' Sour" chicken- but a healthier alternative where taste is not compromised for good health! I was pleasantly surprised by the yummy flavor of this meal. Start a pot of potatoes or rice and the chicke will be done by the time they are!

    Recipe #413522

    You'd never guess how simple this recipe is by tasting it. I enjoy it. Hope you do, too.

    Recipe #413520

    I love this recipe because it's SO delicious and super easy to make. My family loves it, too! Great served with caesar salad and garlic bread. I usually have half of the sauce left over. I either freeze it, or cook up extra chicken for leftovers, but the chicken does lose some of its crispiness on the second day. NOTE: One of my favorite things about this recipe is the crispiness of the chicken. I usually use twice the oil that the recipe calls for, maybe even more. I just keep an eye on it, and add more as needed.

    Recipe #413518

    A long-standing family favorite that my mom has been making for years.

    Recipe #413500

    A friend shared this recipe with me after I tasted it in her home. So easy, and terribly addicting. It doesn't taste good until you've let it cool, so don't be disheartened if you sneak a bite before it's ready.

    Recipe #413491

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