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    Quick & Easy!! Baked ground chicken meatballs with jack cheese in them - These are REALLY good!!! The original recipe said to serve with spaghetti sauce and angel hair pasta but quite honestly, I think they are too good alone to cover with sauce! Tonight we will have them with stuffed zucchini and salad - Yum Yum !!!

    Recipe #433429

    I HATE FISH & I LOVE these tacos!! The fish is pan fried, not batter fried. We found the recipe on another site, it is originally an Ortega Taco Shell recipe. The fish has taco seasoning mix on it and makes for a zesty taco. These are really good!

    Recipe #412168

    This is a Barefoot Contessa Recipe. The possibilities with this granola bar are endless. I have made them once now and love them. I am going to play with them and try some blueberries next time - but they are perfect as written.

    Recipe #408015

    This is sooo good!! Pumpkin pie filling without the crust, with a crumb topping. VERY rich, but oh so good!! The original recipe is old, my mother obtained it from a friend in Washington. I did find others on here but not exactly the same as this one.

    Recipe #398970

    A little spin on the classic chicken salad. I found this recipe in a Schwan's Home Service Catalog. The only real reason it caught my attention is because they served it in Oranges and it looked good - otherwise I probably would not have even taken a second look. I am glad I did ... this is yummy!

    Recipe #375988

    This is the BEST coffee cake ever. It has been around as long as I can remember. My Mom says back in 1966, my father used to go have coffee with his boss in a little coffee shop that served a coffee cake much like this one - he wanted her to figure out how to make it and this is what she came up with. Christmas is not christmas without it. My daughter makes it and takes it camping, it has gone fishing, we give it as gifts ... its just a family favorite. Its moist and easy to make.

    Recipe #345503

    Moist and full of cranberries. Sweet with just enough tartness! Easy to make! These muffins are light and tasty and they freeze very well. I found the recipe in Christmas edition magazine from Dec 06 and just tried them last week. I have made them twice now! We all love them. I omit the pecans as my husband cannot eat nuts and we do not miss them!

    Recipe #267729

    I HATE FISH! But this is so good! My mom made this for us and it is deelish - The fish is very mild and not fishy at all, I love spinach and the cheese, YUM - Next to "Yummy Chicken" I would have to say honestly that this is now one of my favorites!

    Recipe #179292

    BEST Cioppino Ever!!!! This is my mom's recipe for Cioppino. I dont eat seafood but my husband and family rant and rave about this Cioppino and say it is the best they have ever eaten! She makes the sauce the day ahead and then brings it to a simmer and adds the fish.

    Recipe #170752

    Barbecued beef tenderloin with a cilantro, mint leaves, garlic and flat leaf parsley chimichurri - This is so good!! I saw it made on a barbecue special on food network, the recipe is from Steven Reichlen. It is actually very easy to make. It calls for a 5-6" piece of tenderloin that you slice to make little "slabs" but I have just used steaks as well. I had to look up the word churrasco to find out what it was, it is pronounced "shoo ras koo" and means Brazilian barbecue.

    Recipe #120412

    This is an awesome Barbecue Sauce. The taste is "just perfect". A lot of the bottled sauces are too tangy, too strong, etc. This does not get super thick and it has more of a mild flavor. You can use it on anything but the author highly recommends it on Chicken, ribs and pork. The recipe is from Steven Raichlen, author of The "Barbecue Bible".

    Recipe #120333

    This is super easy to make and is delicious!! I found it in a Hidden Valley Ranch cook booklet that I picked up at the grocery store. Even picky DH loved it!! I picked up a rotisserie chicken so that I could make this on a "busy" night and still have dinner at a decent hour. I could not find plain hidden valley caesar dressing - mine had roasted garlic in it, yum yum!

    Recipe #117315

    This started out as a ham and swiss cheese wreath but the kids like it better with Spam and cheddar. It is actually quite tasty and has become a favorite at our house. I was having problems finding canned ham at our market and tried it with Spam, surprisingly, it was saltier with the ham than with Spam.

    Recipe #110194

    This is another variation of the old favorite. Made with cube steak and cream of mushroom soup. We have been making it this way for years.

    Recipe #109824

    There are several recipes on here for Peanut Brittle. This is the one that we use every year and it does not appear to be one of the ones on here. My daughter likes to make this up for her friends. One batch goes quite a way and her teenage friends are impressed that she can make candy.

    Recipe #106646

    Crab, shrimp and cream cheese filling in mushroom caps. I have not tried these as I do not like seafood but guests gobbled them up. These can be made the night before and refrigerated which makes it easy to prepare for a party or to take to the office. In the original recipe, this was a cold appetizer - I put 1/2 of them in the oven at 400°F for 15-20 minutes and the hot ones went as fast as the cold ones so I guess it is just a matter of personal preference as to whether you like cold mushrooms or not. I had a little of the cheese mixture left over and spread it on crackers - heard that was yummy as well. I found this recipe on a different site and it was submitted by "Sydney Lara". Prep time includes 1 hour refrigeration.

    Recipe #105988

    A layer of apples, a layer of mincemeat and a streusel topping. I am not a huge fan of mincemeat but my father is, so every holiday I make him a mincemeat pie. This one is really Good and it looks as good as it tastes!! I got this recipe out of a "Borden, Home for the Holidays" leaflet years ago.

    Recipe #105774

    This is the easiest to make and is absolutely YUMMY! It is very light and we love it on hot nights. It tastes like cherry topped cheese cake but is so much easier to make. It goes super fast at a potluck! Approx 15 minutes from start to finish!!

    Recipe #105645

    This is by far the best creamed spinach recipe that I have ever tasted! My mother got married in early Nov and my brother (a chef) served Bar-B-Qued Filet Mignon, oven roasted red potatoes, this creamed spinach, salad and garlicy cheesy bread - Talk about heaven!! The creamed spinach stole the show and 1/2 the guests left with the recipe! He found the recipe on the internet, it is a copy cat recipe of Boston Market's creamed spinach. (I think it's better).

    Recipe #105281

    My mother just emailed me this recipe and rants and raves that it is EXCELLENT! It has cranberries, zucchini, pineapple and nuts. I have not made this yet but will definately give it a try.

    Recipe #105039

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