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    I made this for Christmas dinner, and it was a hit! I got the recipe out of my taste of home Christmas holiday magazine. The recipe calls for fresh pearl onions but I changed it and used a bag of the frozen ones! Much easier!

    Recipe #470578

    I made this for Christmas Eve. I got the recipe out of Southern Living December 2011 magazine!

    Recipe #470574

    Found this recipe in a Pillsbury Appetizer and Dessert Cookbook. Made 2 of them for a birthday brunch party and everyone raved about them and thought I slaved all day over them....Easy and look wonderful. I used the Pillsbury Crescent recipe creactions seamless dough sheets, but you can use the regular crescents just press perforations to seal.

    Recipe #470173

    Found this recipe in an old Southern Lady magazine for Christmas. Want to make this for Christmas dinner as the picture is fabulous and it looks easy. Cooking time is refrigerator time.

    Recipe #469972

    It just so happens that my baby sister sent me some white truffle oil. And the next day in my new Cooking Light Magazine it had this recipe...I made it and it is to die for! Going to make this for xmas for sure! It says that a small amount of truffle oil infuses the shole dish with loads of earthy essence...

    Recipe #466944

    I found this recipe on the box of sugar free devils food cake mix from Pillsbury. I made them and they were so darn cute and simple! The filling calls for an oz. package of cream cheese softened, and added to frosting. I decided to leave it out and just spread the frosting that I whipped a little more and they turned out great.

    Recipe #465778

    I got this recipe out of my Cuisine at Home magazine. The picture sold me on trying it. For best results use fresh pasta and Black Truffle Butter. It is worth the turned out superb....

    Recipe #464490

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    This is a recipe I made up by combining a couple of different recipes. Turned out fabulous. Putting here for safe keeping You will need a 9 inch removable side tart pan.

    Recipe #463614

    I got this recipe out of my August Cuisine at Home magazine, the only thing I changed was I used Israeli Couscous instead of the small instant kind. Great side dish!

    Recipe #463613

    This is a great summer pasta recipe that I found in my Cuisine at Home Magazine...Putting here for safe keeping and easy access...

    Recipe #463288

    I got this recipe out of a Taste of Home Summer Appetizer magazine I bought. It looks fabulous and I want to serve it for a get together I am having.

    Recipe #463287

    I was at a restuarant in Suttons Bay call North Country Grill. They were serving this drink and it was fabulous. It is such a pretty light blue color! They used real lemonade I chose to use crystel light.

    Recipe #461813

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    There was a restaurant here a few years ago that used to be famous for their smoked whitefish dip...Smoked Whitefish is famous here in Traverse City and the surrounding area.

    Recipe #461793

    I got this recipe out of a Family Circle magazine that was at my salon. Made it for dinner and just loved it. It calles for fresh corn shucked and grilled on grill along with the peppers. But I was in a rush and just took frozen corn, thawed out and fried up in a hot skillet with the onion pieces. Then roasted the peppers on an open flame on my gas stove... I am putting the recipe as it reads but you can use my shorter version if you do not want to mess with the grill.

    Recipe #460664

    I had this lovely salad at a great restaurant in Traverse City called Phils on Front Street. This is my copy of his recipe!

    Recipe #460662

    2 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    Got this off the internet, sounded wonderful and wanted to try it as I had all the ingredients...very good...putting here for safe keeping... A great Meatless Monday recipe..

    Recipe #458693

    Cut this recipe out of Cooking Light Magazine...Made it for dinner and it was fabulous....Putting it here for safe keeping...

    Recipe #456223

    Got this recipe out of a Pillsbury recipe book....looks right up our alley! Simple and tasty...

    Recipe #453784

    This is an old recipe that I got out of an old Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. This is the only one my kids love to make. I use the thick sliced Texas Toast for the bread but any thick sliced bread will work.

    Recipe #449142

    I got this recipe out of a cookbook called Black Tie & Boots Optional... The combo sounded so good so putting here for safe keeping. I made this and it is a fabulous easy recipe.....wonderful taste. I used splenda instead of sugar and margarine instead of butter....did not hurt the taste at all.

    Recipe #448275

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