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    A zippy, cheesy dip just waiting to join your Super Bowl party! From Eckrich.

    Recipe #472295

    A quick and easy meal from Pillsbury Annual recipes. Tangy, saucy, and delicious.

    Recipe #472018

    There's nothing like a fun new twist on an old classic. This is a snazzy Mexican version of the traditional Italian sub, with spicy meatballs and a creamy southwestern sauce. The recipe comes from Pillsbury Annual recipes and was a Bake-Off contender. Enjoy!

    Recipe #472017

    I can't wait to make these! I adore Queso--creamy, cheesy, spicy--what's not to love? I especially like the inclusion of pimento, which really adds zip to any Queso dip or sauce. If you haven't tried it, here's your chance!

    Recipe #465560

    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

    Been on a ranch kick lately, so I visited the Hidden Valley and discovered this recipe. People really seem to enjoy it, and it's certainly different from the traditional spaghetti pie. I haven't tried it yet, but thought I'd share it with you.

    Recipe #463001

    I found this on another website, and decided to give it a try. A twist on the old fry sauce, from Paula Deen. At first I wasn't sure about it--the color isn't the most attractive, and it took several dips to connect to the flavor. But I kept eating...and eating...and eating some more. They are addictive, and fortunately I have extra sauce left, because I'm out of ranch mix. Darn that Paula.

    Recipe #462749

    This recipe is from my "Taste Of Home's Quick Cooking" cookbook and is a fun, delicious grilling recipe for sweltering summer days or evenings. Although it's yummy as is, you could add green pepper pieces and red, white, or Vidalia onion wedges for more of a "Sausage Sub on a Stick." Yum!

    Recipe #458258

    I love a great burger... in fact even if I were mega-rich and could eat the priciest food available, burgers would still be gracing my meals more often than anything else I can think of! I've heard of $24 dollar gourmet burgers and such... but you can make this for a whole lot less money and still be in burger heaven... Another fabulous comfort food fix from "Great Food From Mom's Diner".

    Recipe #138617

    A heavenly, creamy, and buttery treat for lovers of fresh corn and upcoming clambakes!

    Recipe #138609

    This isn't an oriental type cashew chicken dish, it's simply juicy chicken breasts that have been dipped in buttermilk and coated with crunchy ground cashews. From "Great Food From Mom's Diner".

    Recipe #138608

    Normally I 'screen' all the recipes I submit, but when I saw this one I didn't think I could wait to share it with you! With the abundance of peaches now, this dessert looks so LUSCIOUS yet so easy to put together! SO isn't a peach lover so I probably won't be making it very soon. But for guests I will, so if you get to this gem before I do, let me know how it turns out! The recipe is from Cookbook Digest- a featured Grand Prize winner of a pie from "Perfect Fruit Pies". Prep time includes baking time. For peaches & cream lovers like I, I'm betting this is indeed a perfect Summer pie...

    Recipe #129397

    If you're mad about mushrooms, especially on your pizza, this is for you! You'll get rich Portobello flavor in every bite, because the mushroom itself is your pizza. Stuffed with savory pizza toppings like cheese and pepperoni, these make terrific appetizers, or served with a salad, a meal in themselves. The mushrooms are baked and then set on toasted slices of crusty French bread for stability and crunch. Courtesy of Mr.Food.

    Recipe #115613

    This dish is so quick to put together and simply delicious. Who knew that cream cheese could contribute to such a lovely Alfredo sauce? That's perhaps the best part about trying new recipes. They're constantly surprising you.

    Recipe #115402

    Orange and chocolate are one of my favorite dessert combinations. Incorporating them into a cheesecake takes them to grand heights! With warm weather arriving, this cool, classy cheesecake will satisfy your sweet tooth nicely. Orange you glad I found this in my Taste of Home cookbook?

    Recipe #115188

    This is definitely less of an imaginative recipe and much more a reminder to all grilled cheese lovers just how wonderful this classic sandwich tastes! I make them several ways, but this version is without a doubt my all-time favorite! With it's buttery, crunchy golden crust and flavorful ultra-creamy interior, it can't be beat. Oh, I hear a block of Velveeta calling out to me from the fridge...

    Recipe #110608

    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

    If you're one of the people who adore peanut butter and bacon sandwiches, why not let your friends and family in on the fun? Let them sample this sweet and savory burst of flavors and they'll understand why you love them so much.

    Recipe #110326

    This recipe comes from the box of Famous Chocolate Wafers and is just so sweet and impressive. I figured creamy, dreamy desserts like this would take hours to prepare. Rich, fabulous, and fast!

    Recipe #110247

    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

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