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    My daughter asked me for spaghetti and meat sauce one night for dinner. Unfortunately, my favorite recipe takes about 3 hours from start to finish and it was already 4:00 PM, so I decided to come up with a quick version of the recipe. It not only cuts down time (it was ready in 30 minutes!), but we all agreed that we enjoyed this version even more! Hooray for small victories!

    Recipe #514086

    Fresh rosemary, smoked Gouda, and roasted broccoli on buttery, flaky puff pastry.

    Recipe #514085

    This eggnog cake will knock your Christmas stockings off! Whether you're looking for reasons to use up the rest of your eggnog or you just really adore it like I do, it really makes for a delicious, super moist and fluffy cake.

    Recipe #510431

    The chicken is cooked to perfection and has a wonderful spicy kick from the Cajun seasoning and creamy pepper jack cheese filling. It's very easy to prepare, too!

    Recipe #510429

    Oh, how I love this amazingly rich and creamy confection! It's like a vacation in my mouth! Storage tips: Room temperature: Place the fudge between sheets of wax paper and place in an airtight container. Store in a cool place for up to two weeks. Refrigerator: Place the fudge between sheets of wax paper and place in an airtight container. Store in the refrigerator for up to three weeks. Freezer: Place the fudge between sheets of wax paper and then place in freezer bags. Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.

    Recipe #491578

    The delicious crunchy granola paired with the rich, creamy yogurt and sweet berries is absolutely divine! You can make the granola in advance, which makes this perfect for serving to guests. Simply assemble the trifle and be ready to impress. The granola can be stored in an air-tight container for up to one month.

    Recipe #490800

    Although I am not a superstitious person, I call this a New Year's dip because of the "lucky" ingredients. Black-eyed peas symbolize coins and kale symbolizes folded money, which means wealth for the New Year. Also, pork symbolizes progress because pigs root forward and tomatoes symbolize health. Wealth, progress and health in a dip? Yes, please! NOTE: You can easily substitute dried black-eyed peas with canned black-eyed peas to save time.

    Recipe #490799

    If you really want to impress your dinner guests for the holidays or any special occasion, I highly recommend this recipe. The meat is extremely tender and flavorful and the sauce is out of this world. Note: It is very important to allow the meat to come to room temperature before cooking. It is also important that you allow it to rest for 15 minutes after it has cooked. This allows the juices to redistribute throughout.

    Recipe #490797

    Simple to prepare yet elegant and full of flavor. The sauce is sweet and tangy and the pork is tender and juicy. You can substitute the red currant jelly with any of your favorite flavors such as strawberry, cherry, blueberry, etc. You can even substitute with leftover cranberry sauce.

    Recipe #490796

    This may be somewhat time consuming but you will find yourself giggling with excitement once you take down the sides of that springform pan and behold your creation. It is very pleasing to the eye and the taste is out of this world. When you slice into it, it holds up like a dream. The cheese on top forms a pleasant crust. I got the idea from Martha Stewart but made a lot of changes to the ingredients. A few tips: Use the rigatoni that is approximately 1 inch long. Make sure you freshly grate your Parmesan cheese because the pasta will not stick together if you use the grated cheese from a can. Also, as mentioned below, allow your obsessive compulsiveness to shine while pushing the meat sauce down through the rigatoni. The more time you spend on this, the better results you will obtain.

    Recipe #488789

    I bake these cupcakes every year for Halloween and they are always a hit. The delicious Kahlua cream cheese frosting is for adults only, so if you are serving children, simply leave out the Kahlua.

    Recipe #488683

    In an effort to stray from the normal Thanksgiving treats for kids (Oreo Turkey Treats, Candy Pilgrim Hats, etc.), I came up with these. Only five ingredients paired with a little bit of time and patience and you will have cute, delicious turkey treats that your guests will gobble, gobble up!

    Recipe #488222

    I hesitated to post this recipe because there is neither cooking nor baking involved; however, I decided to share it because they are just too tasty not to. This fun idea came to me one day when I noticed a jar of Nutella next to a box of ice cream cones in my pantry. Although they aren't exactly round like the original Ferrero Rocher candies, the taste is spot on! My daughter loves helping with them because they are fun and easy to make, albeit slightly messy. Note: Don't throw out the unused cone tops! Save them for later. You can serve ice cream in a bowl and place one of the cone tops upside down on top of the ice cream.

    Recipe #484786

    This is one of my favorite dips to bring to a party and it's always a hit. It is delicious and creamy and has just the right amount of crab so it doesn't overpower the other ingredients. The tomato on top gives it a little extra burst of sweetness. Serve it with bread, chips, crackers, vegetables, etc., for dipping. You can make a lighter version of this by substituting the sour cream and mayonnaise with nonfat plain yogurt. For a vegetarian version, simply omit the crab.

    Recipe #484785

    The garden is currently bursting with zucchini and tomatoes and this is one of my favorite ways to use it up. These are cheesy, sweet, salty and spicy all in one bite. I typically have them as a snack but they are also perfect as a side dish.

    Recipe #484783

    This is one of my family's favorite breakfasts and it is a great way to use up some of that extra zucchini from the garden in a new way. Note: The onion slices must be completely flush with the baking sheet to prevent the egg from seeping out the bottom of the onion.

    Recipe #484772

    This shrimp and mango salad is refreshing, delicious and served in your very own bowl of crispy cheese. It is creamy and crunchy, salty and sweet all at the same time. Note: You will need six 4-oz ramekins for this recipe.

    Recipe #482713

    This sauce is sweet and tangy with just the right amount of bourbon.

    Recipe #482710

    These blueberry and brown sugar pancakes are delicious and fluffy and the cinnamon-sugar topping paired with the maple glaze just puts them over the top!

    Recipe #482709

    This delicious chicken is flavored with Cajun seasoning and stuffed with pepper jack chicken and spinach. It is always a hit with family and company!

    Recipe #481766

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