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    This is from Real Simple, April 2010. Looks positively perfect for lazy people!! :) The recommended canned corn chowder is Wolfgang Puck Organic, but I'm sure any would work.

    Recipe #420891

    This is from a WD magazine. Haven't tried it yet but looks really simple and I LOVE CHEESE!!

    Recipe #420885

    This can be made without alcohol for a kid friendly version, just use 1 cup of lemon juice.

    Recipe #420880

    If you don't have a brulee butane torch you can put the ramekins an inch under the broiler for 20 seconds. The torch makes it way easier, though! Also, don't substitute pumpkin pie filling for the pumpkin. Then you don't have anything to do with the pumpkin pie spice that you buy every year and use twice. :) You also need boiling water for this. A kettle or coffee maker is helpful. Time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #388747

    These can be done a day ahead. Just keep them in an airtight container in the fridge. If you can't find raspberry extract at your store, you can substitute strawberry or even vanilla. Or get it online.

    Recipe #388742

    The chicken can be grilled the day before and the remaining sauce refrigerated. Reheat chicken on skewers in warm oven, then garnish. You can do this on an indoor grill, an outdoor grill or under the broiler.

    Recipe #388733

    These can be baked and topped with ganache the day before. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #388725

    This is a dollar stretcher. The actual recipe calls for dried beans, but I prefer using canned ones just out of time saved. Whatever you like best should work. Prep time does not include soaking the beans.

    Recipe #388716

    I won't even go into this....I made it and UGH, it was horrible! Since I can't delete, I'll edit, and say this is the MOST HORRIBLE STUFF EVAH. It is an approved Fat Flush soup, though. Taken from the Fat Flush Diet forums.

    Recipe #380724

    Food Network, Barefoot Contessa, 2008. If you do use cheesecloth, it creates a nice pattern over the spread. Make sure you have a little room between the sieve (if using) and the bottom of the bowl you place it in.

    Recipe #378910

    Food Network's Barefoot Contessa, 2008. These are supposed to be single serving, but best if cut up in fourths as appetizers.

    Recipe #378672

    From The Barefoot Contessa, 2008

    Recipe #378665

    From Everyday Italian 2008 Serving Suggestion: Drizzle the couscous with 1/4 cup of extra-virgin olive oil for a moister texture. You can serve this warm, cold or room temp - I preferred room temp.

    Recipe #378663

    This is a type of cornbread, you have to try it. Best made in the classic cast iron skillet!

    Recipe #373089

    Halina is my stepmom, and this is her recipe. I didn't even like escargot until she convinced me to try it. For you seafood haters, it's not fishy at all. (I don't like much seafood at all because of that.) And the best thing is you don't have to mess with fresh seafood (which makes me go "ewww"). These are canned! You can usually find canned snails in the same place as the canned tuna in your grocery store.

    Recipe #372897

    The last time I was in Bermuda, I had one of these...okay, several of these! Now I finally know what's in them! Recipe grabbed from Gourmet Magazine.

    Recipe #372895

    Found on recipelu-digest and posted for ZWT5

    Recipe #372789

    Found in Gourmet Magazine...for ZWT 5! Looks interesting!

    Recipe #372785

    Yummmm...posted for ZWT!

    Recipe #372707

    Pumpkin with a kick! I haven't tried this yet but looks interesting. Made for ZWT 5.

    Recipe #372703

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