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    This is a great way to get your veggies in. The lemon dressing goes great with the orzo. The result is a colorful dish that's great for entertaining since you eat it at room temperature.

    Recipe #111976

    This unique pasta sauce is adapted from "The Instant Gourmet," by Melissa Clark (food writer from NY Times). As soon as I thumbed through the book, I knew this was going to be great- and it is. This makes a great vegetarian entree that takes just a few minutes to make.

    Recipe #111973

    This is one of my favorite pasta sauces. With its creamy garlicky flavor it tastes like it came from a restaurant. The combination of the shrimp and clams is highlighted by the herb cheese, which I think of as my secret ingredient.

    Recipe #111974

    This classic holiday cookie from Southern Living will melt in your mouth. The extra vanilla amount combines great with the almonds. You can divide the dough and tint in different colors before you shape. They freeze wonderfully, too.

    Recipe #111972

    The dates make this dressing thick and sweet. Everyone always wants the recipe for this one! Recipe can be halved successfully.

    Recipe #111971

    This cake reminds me of "Little Women," because it makes me feel old-fashioned and cozy with the ginger smell. My daughter enjoyed it very much and my husband said he likes it better than regular pineapple upside-down cake.

    Recipe #111962

    This is called a "mystery" because it's difficult to decide whether it's a cake, pudding, or pie. I happen to love all three, so it's no mystery why I love this comfort food. One bonus is that the cake part does not contain any butter/shortening, so have another piece!

    Recipe #111963

    We felt really blessed whenever we received a plate of "Mrs. Leed's Cookies," on Halloween and May Day. She is famous for them in Va. where she bakes them and gives them to her children's teachers. My son was lucky enough to be her son's best friend. Now that we live in another state, we have to make our own cookies, but at least we have the official recipe! They cut-out and frost beautifully. Note: I just added the baking temp. to 350 degrees.

    Recipe #111394

    My friend Kathy (great baker) gave me this recipe and I've made it for coffee hour for years. I love the touch of cinnamon and the bars are just the right thickness. My holiday baking would not be complete without these!

    Recipe #111188

    This pasta salad is adapted from Gourmet Magazine and tastes like it came from an Italian Deli. Update: I wanted to add that I like to double the dressing and add more before serving.

    Recipe #110898

    This classic quick bread has been a favorite in our family. It bakes up with a nice top and tender insides (not gummy or heavy like some I've tried). The key ingredients are the buttermilk and the banana extract.

    Recipe #110798

    This hearty waffle recipe comes from an issue of Parent's Magazine. Ive made it every week for years and it comes out great every time. I double it and freeze the leftover waffles and reheat in toaster oven.

    Recipe #110683

    This was a hit at our teachers luncheon and I ended up buying the cookbook it's from: Better Homes and Garden Easy Everyday Vegetarian.

    Recipe #110561

    While we were vacationing with friends in Duck, N.C. we bought a bushel of peaches. I was requested to make a cobbler with them, and I researched the internet for the perfect recipe to WOW everyone.I thought the boiling water in the dough was unique and decided to try this recipe that I adapted from All.Recipes.com turned out to be the hit of the vacation. I double the recipe and put in 9 x 13 pan.

    Recipe #110368

    A friend of mine gave me this great recipe. She made it for a teacher luncheon and everyone loved it. It has a real restaurant flavor, but quick enough to make on a busy night.I double the recipe.

    Recipe #110284

    I first had this delectable dessert at a Latin American restaurant, when they were out of my first choice (rice pudding) I ordered this. I felt like I had hit the jackpot!!Wouldn't you know, this restaurant went under and I researched lots of recipes until I decided on this one. I served it for Christmas last year. It evokes the same comfort feeling of tiramisu, but with a vanilla/almond flavor. I hope you'll try it!

    Recipe #110130

    I have always loved pecan waffles and Emeril's version fits the bill. If I don't have pecans, I substitute ground oatmeal, which is great, too.

    Recipe #109991

    This colorful rice is a great way to sneak some veggies into the kids!

    Recipe #109755

    This recipe is so gorgeous that it's on the cover of "Pillsbury Best Desserts." I made it to celebrate my sister's birthday and we all loved it. The chocolate orange combination is wonderful. It's fun to make since it uses brownie mix and sweetened condensed milk. I was out of both and used homemade brownie recipe and my recipe for copy cat sweetened condensed milk.

    Recipe #109648

    My dad has fond memories of this 1950's syrup. It is delicious over pancakes and waffles.

    Recipe #109540

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