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    In this month's issue of Food Network magazine, they've attempted to duplicate Texas Roadhouse's famous fried pickles with dipping sauce. The intro tells of a restaurant manager's wife who had a craving for them (and a bun in the oven, perhaps?), so these were created. They became such a hit, they are now served at all of their locations. Yippee Ky Ay!

    Recipe #481712

    This recipe is a combination of a great little barbecue sauce specifically made for the burger (imagine that!) and a superb burger I came across on the internet and made a few little changes to. When I first read the ingredients for the sauce I was thinking hmmm... I don't know. But Better Homes & Gardens just knows their stuff! Burger fanatic that I am, this heavenly match has become a household favorite.

    Recipe #102889

    Another nifty little salad--perfect for treating yourself as this makes just one serving. If you love cheeseburgers as I do, whip this treasure up and serve it on a festive plate or shallow bowl. Then pour yourself a drink and indulge!

    Recipe #481648

    This is a deliciously different type of taco xalad which includes chicken, avocado, and a tantalizing taco-flavored dressing. It's a very classy salad and a Pillsbury Bake-Off winner. Blue tortilla chips accompanying this dish adds the final touch of authentic Mexican flair!

    Recipe #108817

    Tangy sharp cheddar cheese, zesty red pepper, Italian spices, and baked- not fried! A savory switch from traditional mozzarella sticks from Kraft.

    Recipe #102235

    This recipe is from one of those community cookbooks where everyone submits their favorite recipes. It uses Neapolitan ice cream, which sounds like a fun & colorful ingredient for a banana split! This would be a neat substitute for cake at a kid's birthday party, or a cool, festive dessert for a summer barbecue. We ate Neapolitan ice cream often when we were younger, and I hope it's still readily available because I'd like to try making this myself. For now, I'm posting it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #465558

    Whip up this dessert from Taste of Home if you crave the creamy sweetness of Banana Cream Pie and TREAT yourself! Of course you can easily double this recipe and make it for two, but an occasional indulgence for one's self should never be overlooked. Then again, this is a good-sized dessert! Absolutely yummy!

    Recipe #102987

    Picture this--You're reclined on a beach in the Bahamas, sifting sand through your fingers and inhaling the ocean air as a sexy cabana boy approaches with your pina colada. Or maybe a gorgeous woman from the tiki bar has bought you one. A light breeze ruffles your hair as you take note of another titillating scent--spicy seasoned shrimp combined with juicy mango. "That smells awesome!" you comment to no one in particular. Cabana boy (or tiki woman) slyly produces a plate of shrimp tacos from behind their back. "Surprise!" he or she smiles seductively. "Care to join me? There's more than enough." You smile in return as they occupy the empty chair beside you. "Afterward, I'll give you a tour of my beach shack and we'll consider dessert." Not happening anytime soon? For me, either. But if you close your eyes while eating these and imagine the scenario I've laid out, it CAN, I tell you!

    Recipe #481328

    If you've ever been to Bennigan's, you may have enjoyed this wonderful appetizer. We go there quite often for them. They're basically a blend of broccoli, cheeses, bacon, and onion, rolled in bread crumbs and deep-fried. They are then dipped in a special honey-mustard sauce. This is a copycat recipe from the website Recipe Goldmine and it's right on the money! They're very easy to make and if you want to WOW your party guests with something deliciously different, by gosh- this'll do it!

    Recipe #101940

    This chicken dish is from one of my favorite cookbooks 'Best Recipes From the backs of Boxes, Bottles, Cans, and Jars.' There are many vintage recipes in here... what a treasure! This one dates back to 1949 when it won the very first National Chicken Cooking Contest. I love to prepare chicken many ways, but this particular recipe showcases the chicken itself in all its juicy, tender, succulent glory. No heavy sauces or flavored breadings... just savory, golden, beautiful chicken to devour.

    Recipe #110414

    I found this recipe on The Food Network website, courtesy of chef Alton Brown. Simple to make, though a bit pricier than your regular burgers, these are fantastic. Appropriately named, these "steakburgers" are so flavorful they need no more than the kosher salt for seasoning.

    Recipe #99958

    A fun recipe, courtesy of Bisquick. Surprise a loved one on their birthday with this sweet and festive breakfast treat!!!

    Recipe #508414

    With Thanksgiving around the corner, thought you might like a new sweet potato recipe to try. A splash of sweet sherry in them gives them wonderful flavor! No need to wait for a holiday though, try them for dinner tonight!

    Recipe #101445

    I've been collecting recipes since I can remember, and my favorites have always been from magazines with colorful pictures that often fill the entire page. This Bisquick recipe dates back to 1985--a treat for those of us who adore pizza for breakfast.

    Recipe #472316

    A kicked-up, colorful tuna melt with sweet cherry peppers, sharp cheddar cheese, and spicy Ranch dressing, piled high on a toasted onion bagel.

    Recipe #481230

    A sweet little spread from Pillsbury for your bagels, muffins and scones. Try on poundcake or quick breads (preferably cherry) too!

    Recipe #512677

    This is a cool, fun pie from Keebler. Yes, the elves do bake more than cookies... they do pie crusts too! Busy little people, just like our elves here at Zaar.

    Recipe #110066

    Penne pasta, Italian-breaded chicken slices, fresh mozzarella, grape tomatoes and kalamata olives dressed in a saucy tomato vinaigrette and topped with shredded Parmesan cheese. The recipe calls for packaged fully-cooked breaded chicken, but if you have the time I'd suggest preparing them fresh--Recipe #217144 looks like a good choice. You can even cut the chicken into slices before breading them. (Don't forget to add the oregano!) This pasta salad is hearty enough for dinner with a side of garlic bread. Recipe is adapted from Woman's World magazine.

    Recipe #472611

    JUMBO pasta shells filled with creamy chicken salad, nested on a bed of baby spinach and drizzled with Ranch dressing. Juicy red grapes add sweetness and color. Use deli chicken salad for easier prep, or prepare your own for extra bragging rights, as these make an impressive presentation. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #481803

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