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    My daughter and I were at the store and she picked up a box of Hamburger Helper and said to me, we have ground beef. I looked at the ingredients and decided to make it myself. It’s really not much more work than the boxed stuff and so much better for you (tastes better too!) This is an excellent ‘quickie’ week night dinner and it feeds a crowd!

    Recipe #281561

    from Betty Crocker's kid friendly recipe book. Since there is no stove top or oven involved, you can let your kids go to town with this recipe! (and who doesn't like s'mores??) (cooking time is actually refrigerator time)

    Recipe #278720

    Kid Pleaser! Nice way to send your child off with something good to eat when you're running short on time in the morning. You can let your children help make these too. I've found that my daughters have always loved to eat what they've made.

    Recipe #278711

    Great recipe to actually CONSUME that fruitcake, instead of using it as a door stop! (cooking time is actually freezing time)

    Recipe #271485

    This came out of a cookbook I bought for my daughter… but I have to admit that I really like it too! It’s a great recipe for your kids to help you make, and they think it’s so cool to cook with Cheez-it’s!

    Recipe #271482

    I found a recipe that I LOVED but DH and I are trying to cut back on fat and calories. This is so good, you won't miss the fat! (servings are for a side dish (half potato each) we like to do two halves each and have a salad for dinner.

    Recipe #264239

    Make flavorful roasted potatoes in HALF the time with AWESOME results--

    Recipe #263670

    Don’t let the brussel sprouts scare you! They’re DELICIOUS in this dish. I found this in the Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper the other day and immediately made it. We loved it, it’s a great “company dish” too, easy, quick impressive and very very tasty. (can be made somewhat ahead of time and ‘held’ at a warm temp, I just suggest if you do, that you slice the pork at the very last minute)

    Recipe #263667

    Variation on a theme... there are a couple others posted on the site, this is the one that has knocked my socks off!

    Recipe #263402

    After making "Tony Luke's" Roast Pork Sandwich so many times, I thought I'd come up with something to try to top it as far as my family was concerned, well this did the trick! For the pasta, use something substantial, like a GOOD oriccheti, or frozen cavetelli. (p.s. this recipe doubles or triples easily for crowds... and it is a CROWD PLEASER!)

    Recipe #231475

    Courtesy of Epicurious and December 2002 Bon Appetit. I REALLY like the fried sage on top of the potatoes as well as the flavor thoughout. It makes an excellent side dish to any poultry.

    Recipe #145003

    This recipe makes a great, home made, flavored vodka. Tastes awesome out of the freezer, or with a splash of tonic, or club soda, or even with some Orange Juice. Needs to sit in the fridge about a week for the full flavor to permeate. Oh and use a decent vodka, (no cheap bar stuff) but you dont' have to go crazy, with Van Gogh or Belvedere or anything. (I estimated the servings, we don't keep track of that sort of stuff) Cooking time does not include 'resting' in the fridge.

    Recipe #135777

    I'm not sure how this got it's name, since Ernest would never drink something so 'girly' but I had this drink at "Conchy Joe's" on the intra coastal waterway in Florida and drank it out of a tin cup at a thatched roof bar... what more could you ask for?? I think ole' Ernie would give me a pass!

    Recipe #133650

    Here's a pretty after dinner drink that really can double as a dessert!

    Recipe #133605

    Ahhh a day at the beach would be aptly topped off with one of these. Dont' forget the little umbrella!

    Recipe #133349

    Yeah, here's one that the name says it all... it's really tasty, but the way you're supposed to drink it... Can you say PARTY?

    Recipe #133347

    Recipe #133344

    The name says it all...

    Recipe #133343

    it's one of those drinks that doesn't taste like you're drinking, so after a few you too could be saying woo woo! recipe courtesy of Epicurious (vary measurements to taste)

    Recipe #133342

    There is this cool little Belgian Bar in Philadelphia's Center City that serves like a million different beers and the best mussels I've ever had. Here's how to make them! 6 servings would be as an appetizer.

    Recipe #133313

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