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    With much of the country sweltering, salads like these really satisfy on these steamy summer days. This refreshing chicken salad from Miracle Whip is not only gorgeous, it's downright delectable. If you don't want to heat up the kitchen, use store bought rotisserie chicken.

    Recipe #481646

    I found this in Woman's World magazine a while back and plan to try them for the Fourth. They sound delightfully different and fun, although I think when I make them, I'll grill the dogs. Also, I feel compelled to add seasoned, finely crumbled and nicely browned ground beef over the pepper mixture, THEN add the Cheez Whiz. Voila!--A Philly Cheese "Steak" Dog"! Or maybe a Philly "Chili" dog? I'm just sayin'...

    Recipe #481568

    Clipped this from a coupon flyer and thought it sounded interesting. I've yet to try it, but when I do I may add thinly sliced sweet or red onion to the slaw, and a slice of cheese to the bottom bun. Chipotle Cheddar, Monterey Jack, or Colby all sound good.

    Recipe #481330

    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

    I was looking for summer-themed recipes to share and came across this very unique one, courtesy of the National Watermelon Promotion Board. What screams "Summer" louder than watermelon? What surprised me most wasn't the addition of this sweet, succulent fruit to savory mashed potatoes, but that watermelon needs promoting at all. Go figure.

    Recipe #481273

    A light, refreshing slaw from Land O' Lakes featuring juicy cantaloupe, zesty lime juice, spicy jalapeno pepper, fresh cilantro, and honey. Serve with your favorite grilled poultry, ribs, or burgers. Would also be a delicious accompaniment to Mexican-inspired dishes.

    Recipe #481271

    I've yet to try this one that I received it in my e-mail from Taste of Home. It sounds like a fun recipe, with its root beer spiked sauce and side of red potatoes. Add a cool, crisp salad or steamed fresh veggies, and dinner's done!

    Recipe #481270

    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

    Somewhere along the way, someone decided it was a good idea to cook lettuce on the grill. It's caught on--grilled salads are hotter than ever! This one's a classic with savory bacon, crisp romaine lettuce, and juicy grape tomatoes drizzled with creamy Ranch dressing. So, try something different next time you fire up that grill. You know you've been wanting to...

    Recipe #481228

    This spicy burger sauce comes courtesy of Frank's, and would be a great addition to your Fourth of July Barbecue. Slather it on beef, chicken, or turkey burgers. Try adding a little diced celery and red onion for a version similar to Max & Erma's. Can also be used as a dip, or as a filler for fresh celery sticks.

    Recipe #481227

    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

    Thick-cut waffle fries drizzled with a zesty nacho cheese sauce. Enjoy them as a snack, or as a side to one of the many Southwestern/Mexican burgers on this site. From Woman's World magazine.

    Recipe #472548

    Spicy, well-seasoned fried chicken from "25 Years Of Favorite Brand Name Recipes". Adjust the cayenne pepper to your personal tastes. If you're an atomic wing eater at the local bar, you may want to increase it!

    Recipe #472481

    What a fun meal! Crispy Ranch-seasoned fish served with shoestring fries and Ranch Tartar Sauce for dipping. From "25 Years Of Favorite Brand Name Recipes".

    Recipe #472479

    Grilled buttermilk waffles and ham topped with gooey cheddar cheese and a seasoned fried egg, then placed on a drizzle of maple syrup. From a supermarket "freebie" card I help myself to whenever available.

    Recipe #472414

    I got this recipe from a supermarket flyer. I like the fact that it calls for Thousand Island dressing and requires no baking. This would be a nice beachside treat in the summertime.

    Recipe #472413

    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

    I haven't made this yet, but it certainly looks delicious and different. Try it for your next movie night, football game, or just to gather 'round the fire with family or friends. From Woman's World magazine. The intro reads "Our cheesy pizza "cake" is designed to be sliced into thin wedges and eaten with a fork." Casual indulgence with an elegant twist!

    Recipe #472314

    It's soup season, and this one will satisfy Spaghetti and Meatball lovers of all ages. From one of my favorite cookbooks, "Great Food From Mom's Diner"

    Recipe #472310

    From the good folks at Kikkoman.

    Recipe #472297

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