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    This recipe is so simple that I hesitated to post it, but it has given me so much joy that I decided to share it anyway. The recipe makes a diner-style grilled cheese in less than three steps, and, better yet, it involves no frying pans and no griddles. How? You use your George Foreman grill! I am almost ashamed to admit that I make this recipe at least twice a week. Sad, I know… :)

    Recipe #162362

    I found this on Real Simple's website, and it looks wonderful! Says, "The perfect cheese fondue is unctuously rich, nutty yet sweet, and as fun to eat as s'mores. Traditional recipes call for two or three kinds of cheese, such as Gruyère and Emmentaler, slowly and carefully melted together and thickened with cornstarch. This 21st-century recipe starts with shredded Swiss cheese and ready-to-eat Alfredo pasta sauce, eliminating the need to grate additional cheeses and whisk in cornstarch. And if you serve sliced fruit in addition to the cubes of bread, your fondue will not only be more up-to-date; it will be healthier too."

    Recipe #205215

    These empanadas require no browning of meat, no cooking of vegetables, or anything else time consuming! Instead, you just use refrigerated pizza dough and ingredients straight from the can or jar. The recipe is from Real Simple magazine.

    Recipe #147443

    These sound delicious! They're from a book called From Storebought to Homemade by Emyl Jenkins.

    Recipe #145032

    I'm on a quest to find recipes that use store-bought, pre-cooked chicken, and this certainly fit the bill! And it looks wonderfully easy. As says, "Boiling water is the most time-consuming element of making this super-fast chicken spin on mac-and-cheese."

    Recipe #171456

    These look so pretty on! I can't wait for someone to make them and post a picture here. Says "Looking for a festive nonalcoholic drink? This combination of sparkling apple cider and raspberry juice garnished with citrus wedges does the trick."

    Recipe #192225

    This is a (slightly modified) recipe from Nava Atlas' fabulous The Vegetarian Family Cookbook. Yes, you really can bake risotto! I am never making it on the stove-top again--this is so much easier.

    Recipe #419057

    Ooh, does this sound good! I found it on the Good Housekeeping website.

    Recipe #141692

    This recipe sounded really different and good. It's the centerpiece of's "New Traditions Thanksgiving Dinner." To accompany the turkey, suggests you whip up some cranberry barbeque sauce, which I have also posted. Just look up "cranberry barbeque sauce." I hope you like both recipes!

    Recipe #192192

    No slicing, no dicing... almost no work at all! This recipes uses pre-sliced mushrooms and store-bought, pre-marinated marinated chicken to make life easy.

    Recipe #171454

    ORIGINAL TEXT: This soup cooks up thick and quick in no time at all! It uses a can of potato soup as a base. I haven't made it yet, but will report back when I do. UPDATE: Well, I finally made this, and I wanted to tell you all how it came out... which was not great. Even with a bunch of changes to liven it up (I sauteed a whole onion and two cloves of garlic first, and then added a bunch more spices , including red pepper, chili powder, garlic powder, sea salt, black pepper, and Italian seasoning), the soup was pretty bland, and the flavors did not meld well. I might only give it 3 stars if I was rating it. Boo hiss! Instead of this recipe, I suggest Almost Too-Easy Potato-Chicken-Cheese Soup (Recipe #24003) which was way, way, way better! (If you do still want to make this one, I think you will be happier using a vegetable mix instead of just broccoli. Also, definitely chop the vegetable mix before adding it to the pot, otherwise the chunks are too big). Sorry to disappoint!

    Recipe #161151

    This looks delicious--and easy, too, because it's made in a slow cooker. I'll report back after I've made it.

    Recipe #171458

    This is my favorite beef stroganoff--no canned soup! I always use leftover steak in this recipe, and add paprika and garlic powder. Enjoy!

    Recipe #258105

    This recipe appeared in a book called Christmas with Southern Living 2004, and it looks beautiful! The key to its gorgeous appearance are tiny sprigs of fresh herbs, which are pressed into the dough. Pour some wine and you’re ready to have a posh party!

    Recipe #142588

    This deliciously refreshing cocktail is from, where it's called "Cherries From Heaven".

    Recipe #500491

    This recipe is soooo easy, and no one will know it started with readymade cookie dough.

    Recipe #401049

    These are the perfect biscuits for biscuits and gravy (unlike most biscuits, these are toothsome and plain enough to stand up to lashings of salty, sausage-y gravy). I actually made them with the Heart Smart Bisquick. The recipe is slightly changed from

    Recipe #493926

    This recipe for cranberry barbeque sauce is a great match for turkey, especially the recipe it was designed to go with, which I posted as "Barbecue Spice-Rubbed Turkey Breast". I found both recipes on

    Recipe #192194

    These sound delicious, just right for Christmas morning. I found the recipe in a book called Christmas with Southern Living 2004.

    Recipe #142595

    Okay, it's October, but I want Thanksgiving to be now so I can make this! Says the Good Housekeeping Magazine website about this recipe... "Red onions are cooked down until sweet and rich, then simmered with brown sugar and balsamic vinegar -- a perfect match for tart cranberries! Use leftovers as a flavorful topper for turkey sandwiches." Good Housekeeping says that this sauce can be made up to 4 days ahead. (NOTE: I reworded the recipe a teeny bit)

    Recipe #141682

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