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    A delicious dinner idea from Campbell's! American cheese makes it extra rich and flavorful. Fabulous served over shredded zucchini!

    Recipe #102136

    This sandwich is from one of my favorite cookbooks "Great Foods From Mom's Diner." It's a unique variation on the Sloppy Joe, so if you're bored with the same old sandwiches give this one a try! Since "Mom" owns the diner, she added a few unlikely (but delicious) ingredients and cleverly re-named it of course!

    Recipe #102044

    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

    I couldn't resist sharing another Top Secret Restaurant Recipe with you! By Todd Wilbur, of course.From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. Although I've been to Ruby Tuesday, I've never had their potato soup until now. Oh this is good! On a cool Autumn evening, whip up this soup and most likely you'll find yourself making it again and again.

    Recipe #101843

    This rich, decadent brownie is a Grand Prize winner from Taste of Home magazine. Chocolate mousse topping takes it over the edge!!!

    Recipe #101742

    Delish! The addition of grape jelly sweetens this tasty sauce along with brown sugar. Be sure not to use already sweetened barbecue sauce though, (such as honey-flavored) as it may end up too sweet. The blend of ingredients here will do that to perfection.

    Recipe #101541

    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

    Very flavorful steak- the longer you marinate, the tastier it becomes. Found in Muscle & Fitness magazine and a definite favorite! Note: Looking for the perfect side dish? Try recipe #99229!

    Recipe #101340

    Move over, crab cakes! Salmon steals the show in this recipe. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #101243

    Sweet, salty, creamy, or crunchy- whatever you're craving, this two-ingredient snack satisfies it all very nicely!

    Recipe #101143

    If you enjoy well-seasoned, flavorful Italian meatballs, this one's for you. I found the recipe on the internet from a motel in Florida called Paradise Inn. Yum!

    Recipe #101043

    This sensational sugar cookie is one that I found in "Taste of Home". The combination of extracts and the addition of cream cheese make them the tastiest and tenderest of treats! I was always a "cookie klutz" when it came to cut-out cookies, but with a few chef tricks up my sleeve and a darn good recipe, I made some cookies last Christmas that looked and tasted as if they came from the bakery. The frosting is from my Good Housekeeping cookbook. The recipe may seem long but that's because I've added some notes along the way. They're really very easy to make! I'll definitely be baking them again this season, so Santa won't be skipping my house-naughty or not!

    Recipe #100944

    A truly refreshing, sweet treat for a sultry summer day.

    Recipe #100844

    I found this recipe in a cookbook called "Great Food From Mom's Diner". I was never one to jump for joy at Salisbury Steak, but the ingredients in this recipe intrigued me. If beef, blue cheese, and a rich mushroom gravy sound scrumptious to you, then this dish may become a favorite at your house too!!

    Recipe #100743

    Simple to prepare, yet quite elegant. Which goes to show you don't need to visit Hawaii for a little taste of paradise. If you like a lot of sauce then double the ingredients. There never seems to be enough!

    Recipe #100452

    I make this every time we have fish sandwiches. It tastes just like Mc Donald's so if you love their fish sandwiches you'll enjoy this. Another great copycat from Todd Wilbur.

    Recipe #100348

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. Make this recipe and you will feel as if you've just dined at the finest steakhouse in town! A copycat recipe from Todd Wilbur's book "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes", it never fails to satisfy that craving for great beef we so often have. The topping is out of this world. Love this one!!!!!

    Recipe #100254

    This sauce is a clone of the Big Mac Sauce and comes from the book "Even More Top Secret Recipes" by Todd Wilbur. It tastes exactly like the real thing so if your a Big Mac lover like I, you'll be thrilled. The beauty of this recipe is I have tried it with lowfat mayonnaise (Hellman's Just 2 Good) and it was wonderful. I'd stick with regular French dressing, though, just to be safe.

    Recipe #100055

    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

    I brought this dip to a summer party and the bowl was scraped clean! I believe the original recipe came from Hellman's, though I adapted it a bit. It's wonderful with tortilla chips - try a hearty version such as the delicious Tostitos Gold. If you like a spicier dip then by all means try a hotter salsa, but goodness- don't forget to bring the beer!

    Recipe #99865

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