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    I had been searching for a good bread bowl to use with a Zuppa Toscana Soup recipe that I have and I was shocked to see that Zaar didn't have so many. I finally found one that was suited my needs from Taste of Home. I've tweeked it a bit and now can make them easily with the help of my bread machine. The bread is somewhat sweet, great for chili, but if you don't like it so sweet, cut the sugar down to 2 Tbsp. I look forward to your comments.

    Recipe #365596

    This recipe has been a favorite of our family for years. My children ask for it every holiday as a Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve after-supper snack. I like to slow cook this in a crock pot for about an hour or two. You can heat it on the stove to save time. This is best served on plain hamburger buns, but you can enjoy it on your favorite rolls if preferred. It is a messy sandwich, which is similar to a NC-Style BBQ, not thick so the sauce absorbs into the bun. The kids love it this way, so Enjoy!

    Recipe #108605

    I grew up only knowing this by Ham Salad which is what my Mom and local Deli's up North called it. She said it was the "Poor Man's Ham Salad" which never contained any ham, just bologna, but giving it the wonderful flavor and color of what could have been ham. We loved it. I made it for my children as they grew up and it is still requested though they are adults now. I am in my 50's and still make it for myself as a snack spread or sandwich. I've seen a variation of recipes for this, tried some and still think mine is my favorite. Let me know what you think?

    Recipe #336196

    This easy to prepare recipe was found in a Cook's Illustrated Magazine. It takes alittle time, but well worth it. I left out the final steps because it wasn't needed for this juicy & best tasting roasted chicken that I have ever come across. I think the secret of the juicyness is that you brine the chicken first. So this is a must for this recipe.

    Recipe #114480

    My kids absolutely love these sloppy joes. They prefer these over Manwich. I haven't told them that they are even healthy. I recommend serving on toasted white wheat hamburger buns for a tasty low calorie meal.

    Recipe #394139

    I begged my Tanté Enna for years for this recipe, she finally gave it to me on her 93rd birthday, the year before she passed away. We had always had this for a traditional Christmas morning nut roll to have with our coffee. It took me a couple of years to get right, but I finally perfected it when I let the yeast sit too long. Now, I am the Kolaché baker of the family and Mom just enjoys them.

    Recipe #394156

    This is a basic meringue kiss recipe which is easy to do and open for experiments. I started with a simple vanilla flavor kiss and have made lots of different flavors. These have always been a hit for the holidays. NOTE: Depending on your oven, you may have to use a lower temperature than suggested so the kisses don't brown too much on the bottom.

    Recipe #394274

    I LOVE picnics & sometimes I go to areas where I can't heat up anything. Chicken is good cold, so why not beans? I finally got my recipe for slow cooked beans just right. I love them cold, almost better than if they came straight out of the crock pot. I hope all that try these agree. I welcome comments & new suggestions.

    Recipe #323782

    This is one of those recipes that work really well with any kind of side dish and is very "tweakable". Quick to cook and easy to put together and even my kids like it. I found this in Penzeys Spices about two years ago and have made it about a dozen or so times since. It always turns out perfect each time.

    Recipe #194479

    This is by far my families favorite lasagna recipe. I have been making it for over 15 years. It may seem complicated, but it's really not. You can use low fat ingredients in this recipe without losing flavor. I don't recommend non-fat and I don't recommend turkey pepperoni. I also use oven ready lasagna noodles.

    Recipe #394036

    I had seen this done on another cooking show and had to try it. I tweaked it a little for my own personal taste and feel it would work for others.

    Recipe #498950

    We love meatball sandwiches and wanted something with a bit less fat & calories than beef. We love turkey burger and decided to give a meatball a try. These meatballs are moist and flavorful & the peppers give it a nice zing. We put them on a toasted hamburger bun, but any nice sandwich roll will do nicely.

    Recipe #438913

    I personally love meatloaf in any form. I found & tweaked this recipe to my liking. It was a hit with my boyfriend so I thought I would post it. I think it still can be tweaked more to individual's tastes...enjoy!

    Recipe #504506

    I found this to be as close to the sandwich as you can get, but better because it's a pizza. I love pizzas and have experimented with different flavors for the past couple of years. This is on my top 5 list. NOTE: You can either make the olive salad mix or buy a jar of Giuliano Italian Style Olive Salad Mix (found near the olives & pickles at your grocery store).

    Recipe #446214

    I wanted a change for a holiday meal, something elegant, but not too hard. This was it. Yum!! Serve it with a glass of white wine, some crab cakes and salad or cole slaw and you have a meal to remember. Enjoy!

    Recipe #188334

    I love garden bell peppers and when my sister told me about stuffing hers with vegetables I thought, what a great idea. She uses squash, but I changed it up to corn. It was a big hit at Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #469131

    I have tasted a lot of different brands of pimento cheese spreads & some homemade but, I still prefer my recipe. I have been making this recipe for over 20 years and it always seems to be a favorite with my family & friends, asked for often. It takes a bit of time, but totally worth it. And though it reads like it will be hard, it's not. I have detailed the steps that I use to make it easier.

    Recipe #372973

    This is a very easy one-pot meal. The taste will surprise you, even my kids love it. I would recommend cornbread with this dish.

    Recipe #394050

    Ever have leftover stuffing, hot dogs, or mac & cheese? Don't know what to do with it? Here's a great solution to all ingredients or even just one. My kids love this stuff. And believe it or not, so do my parents. Easy to make, even from scratch.

    Recipe #394054

    This is my Tanté Enna's recipe. She made them every year when we would visit. So worth the trip. I was glad to be able to get this recipe and a couple others that I had enjoyed so much as a child.

    Recipe #470008

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