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    This recipe comes from the December 2006 issue of Bon Appetit in an Entertaining with Style article about Nancy Padilla's family holiday. I've never been a noted clam dip lover, but this dip is so fresh-tasting, it has become my favorite holiday appetizer.

    Recipe #404810

    We've enjoyed this recipe from 2001; it comes by way of my mom, but I'm not sure where she found it. My family likes it because it is simple, tasty, and refreshing. We've had the recipe at holiday dinners and on typical summer evenings.

    Recipe #404685

    This recipe from an old Better Homes and Garden cookbook is a favorite my mom would make for my dad at holidays. My mom adapted it a little by decreasing the amount of cracker crumbs and increasing the amount of butter. I make it for my dad now, and I have found that I like it too.

    Recipe #401351

    My mom's chili recipe has always been a favorite comfort food of mine--it has lots of tomatoes and is on the mild side. I hope you enjoy it too! It can made in the crock pot for up to eight hours on low or on the stove for 3-4 hours.

    Recipe #397077

    Most Americans no doubt love their family's traditional Thanksgiving stuffing. Here's my mom's recipe that I have used and adapted for many years. It's always been my favorite part of the holiday meal. I hope you enjoy it! This is a good amount for an 18 pound turkey. The amounts may be easily increased or decreased. I make bread crumbs by slicing and cutting different types of bread, like whole wheat, sourdough, and potato. I usually dry the bread in a large, deep pan in the oven, stirring often for about 15-20 minutes at around 350 degrees. My mom used to prepare the bread cubes on the Monday evening before Thanksgiving, putting them in bowls or pans, covering them with cloths, and stirring occasionally to achieve a dry texture in a few days.

    Recipe #395908

    From one of Marge Clark's cookbooks, here is a quick, easy-to-make pizza sauce that tastes great! It doubles or triples easily.

    Recipe #395754

    From the Junior League of Denver cookbook, Colorado Collage, this is an excellent pizza crust that is easy to make.

    Recipe #395751

    This recipe is from my friend, Michelle. I was at a party at her house, and I could, well, hardly stop drinking the margaritas. I thankfully stopped long enough to ask for the recipe! Michelle and I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #167753

    Adapted from "The New England Table" by Lora Brody by way of The Denver Post, it is what I plan to serve on the mornings of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Garnish could be a fresh mint sprig or a slice of orange and a few cranberries on a small skewer. Cooking time tries to reflect time needed to freeze the ice-cubes.

    Recipe #143613

    One of the easiest baked bean recipes around, and it always receives rave reviews. It comes from a great cookbook that is also a great read--especially if you enjoy romance, Chicken Soup for the Soul Cookbook. The version given below is halved. If you double the recipe below, cook ingredients in a crockpot on high for 1 1/2 hours, then on low for 3 more. The measurement for the brown sugar would then be 3/4 cup.

    Recipe #131265

    A soup that my husband says, "hits the spot!", from the Junior League cookbook, "Colorado Collage". I have used in this recipe, 3-14 ounce cans of broth, and then added 6 ounces of milk to equal the amount of 6 cups of broth, rather than open a fourth can of broth. It's a great soup, either way.

    Recipe #121594

    My favorite way to enjoy asparagus! Extremely simple to prepare, and of course, healthful.

    Recipe #116202

    From "The Best of Pancake & Waffle Recipes" by Beatrice Ojakangas, a popular waffle recipe at my house.

    Recipe #116201

    A family favorite from "The Best of Pancake & Waffle Recipes" by Beatrice Ojakangas.

    Recipe #116200

    Adapted from "It's About Thyme!" cookbook, a fast and easy version of ranch dressing that's delicious for salads and dips. It has a fresh taste my family enjoys!

    Recipe #115538

    I've made this apple salad since Christmas, 1989. I love it;as a side dish, it accompanies ham very well. It's a take on the classic Waldorf salad from the Junior League cookbook, "Creme de Colorado". Pink Lady apples work very nicely in this salad too!

    Recipe #113572

    From "The Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook", this potato salad has been declared the absolute favorite of many guests I have served it to; it's one of my favorites too. Preparation time does not include time needed to chill salad.

    Recipe #113164

    One of my favorite summer comfort dishes, I make this to mark the beginning and ending of summer.

    Recipe #112544

    Wonderful coffee for starting or ending a special day. To simplify things, you can skip the whipped cream and just add the brandy in the spiced coffee. A well-deserved treat either way! From the December 2001 issue of Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #112540

    My eleven-year old daughter, Katherine, found this recipe in "Sleepover Cookbook" from her school library. She made me a grocery list and sent me to the store. She enjoyed making it herself, except with help from me manning the boiling pot of water. She insisted on adding salami, which was a good addition. Another time, chopped red pepper worked well added in too. It's a great pasta salad, bound to be popular with kids of every age!

    Recipe #112056

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