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    I saw this on Paula's Home Cooking. I've not made it yet. May try for this weekend. Please let me know what you think! (sounds really odd.)

    Recipe #94732

    5 Reviews |  By sidMILB

    From Ann Hodgman's "Beat This." I'm not a baker (didn't use cake flour) and even I can't mess this up. I halved this recipe and used two mini loaf pans. We ate one out of the oven and one after it had been frozen and defrosted. Fantastic! The citrus sharpens it nicely, and it's so moist you do not need butter! (But it's good with the butter, too.) This is the recipe pre-halving

    Recipe #75452

    Recipe #37189

    2 Reviews |  By sidMILB

    Wanted a savory squash recipe. Tweaked an existing one from Betty Crocker to make a side dish; now I've got a keeper that's a meal!

    Recipe #193830

    2 Reviews |  By sidMILB

    Recipe from Food Network's Kathleen Daelemans. I searched for a recipe with anchovies as an ingredient.

    Recipe #239441

    1 Reviews |  By sidMILB

    I think my mom got this from a Pilsbury cookbook, but my sis and I both remember it fondly and make it for our appreciative boyfriends. Very easy to modify the spread, meat or vegetable to get a different taste (ex: roasted red pepper, feta and turkey).

    Recipe #210885

    1 Reviews |  By sidMILB

    This is from http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking. I'm only posting it for efficient grocery list functionality; not to take any credit. And her site is GREAT. Be sure to check it out. Wonderful writing, and beautiful step-by-step photography. She has a cookbook coming out sometime in 2009, I think. I'm sure this version of Chex Mix will be scrumptious; I'm trying it tonight!

    Recipe #343546

    Recipe #36755

    Carbonara based on what I had. We REALLY liked this!

    Recipe #196543

    Simple, good poker food..

    Recipe #100499

    This is from http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking. I'm only posting it for efficient grocery list functionality; not to take any credit. And her site is GREAT. Be sure to check it out. Wonderful writing, and beautiful step-by-step photography. I'm sure this cake will be scrumptious; I'm trying it tonight!

    Recipe #343557

    Made it up, then ate it up! (Floyd is our cat. He helped a lot.)

    Recipe #99797

    Simple, no soaking beans overnight, and doesn't take much time or attention.

    Recipe #150289

    Good, quick pantry-emptier.

    Recipe #59191

    This is one of those "Pretend You Know What You're Doing and You'll Pull it off" recipes. Very nice in summer when peaches AND basil are at their prime. I made this up as I went along, and DBF not only requested a second bowl, he bragged to his friends. Try it. I don't like balsamic OR dessert, and I'd make this again.

    Recipe #94930

    I found this on ChowHound and posted it for RecipeZaar's conversion tools. "Nuts and booze are a tried-and-true combination for any happy hour or cocktail party. Here the addition of rosemary and black pepper classes up the combo without getting too fussy. These nuts will last up to 10 days when stored in an airtight container at room temperature."

    Recipe #373667


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