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    An easy salad to make using packaged (or homemade) glazed walnuts, fresh apples and salad greens, and Danish blue cheese. We especially love this salad drizzled with a nice creamy raspberry vinaigrette (such as Ghirard's brand dressing), but a Balsamic Fig dressing is also very nice. Enjoy! Recipe taken from Diamond Nut Toppings package (but I added a few things such as the craisins and coconut).

    Recipe #515879

    My family enjoys good soul-warming comfort food, especially during the cold weather season. Homemade chicken pot pie is right up there as one of our top favorites. This recipe from Yankee Magazine (January 2012) is a really, really good one. The most delicious pot pie (with cheddar/scallion biscuits) EVER! Comfort food supreme! Recipe makes 6 individual pot pies, -or- one large one (adjust bake time accordingly). YUM! Hope you enjoy as much as we do! Make-ahead tip: Prepare pies up to the point of baking; then wrap tightly in foil and freeze for up to 3 months. When ready to use, thaw in refrigerator and bake as directed.

    Recipe #513513

    This milkshake is made with a slice of apple pie!! Saw this tonight on t.v.-- as made at the famous Lakeview Restaurant est. 1935, in Toronto, Canada. What a delicious and unusual use for that leftover slice of apple pie (or you can bake a pie, just for this shake!). Enjoy!! :)

    Recipe #498029

    These really are the best ever sloppy joes! Sassy, tangy, sweet and spicy with a great balance of flavors. Plus, this is a quick 'n easy one dish meal (don't mind the long list of ingredients, it really goes together quickly, I promise). The veggies get "sneaked in" & they contribute mellow depth of flavor, while providing valuable health benefits to your family (and nobody will be the wiser!). :) Serve hot on a warmed hamburger bun (we like soft potato buns) with or without shredded cheese, and a pickle spear on the side is good. YUM! I like to make a double batch, one for now and one for later because leftovers are super fabulous the next day (and it freezes beautifully, as well). Hope you enjoy as much as we do!! :)

    Recipe #495965

    Here's a FABULOUS one-pan paella that I've created using my favorite, scallops! You can easily change it up and make it your own by subbing shrimp and/or chicken, for the scallops. Feel free to adjust the seasonings to suit your taste. Note: I didn't measure, so recipe amounts and times are just a guideline. Enjoy!

    Recipe #494920

    One of my favorite sandwiches--I keep a round loaf of sliced sourdough in the freezer at all times, just for this sandwich. A good ciabatta would be equally good, I think. You could easily sub your favorite cheese for the provolone, try swiss. Feel free to adjust ingredient amounts to suit your taste. Lovely with a cup of soup or side salad, for a satisfying quick and easy lunch or weeknight meal. Enjoy!

    Recipe #494496

    Cranberry Trifle is a show-stopping, yummy dessert that's perfect for the holidays! And, so easy. Recipe is adapted from Dec. 2008 edition of Everyday Food. Note: Use a 3 quart trifle/serving dish.

    Recipe #492216

    I combined two recipes found on the Andes and Hershey's websites, to create these super yummy candy cane blossoms - cookies! Perfect for the holidays, and beyond. Enjoy!

    Recipe #491934

    This is a wonderful, homey pork tenderloin recipe that I found in an old Better Homes and Gardens publication. Delicious! I hope your family enjoys as much as we do!!

    Recipe #491551

    Here's a favorite dish that's a delight to make for your family and friends because it's tasty, easy, and pretty to serve!! Enjoy! Originally from Pillsbury via "With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart" blog (see the pictorial).

    Recipe #489440

    Serve Clams Casino Dip/Spread warm or at room temp with buttery crackers (such as Townhouse or Ritz) or a good bread as an appetizer or snack. Mmmm delicious...perfect for a Super Bowl Party, or anytime. Great make-ahead dish, the flavors develop after several hours in the fridge (Chef John recommends at least four hours in the fridge), but best tasting warm or at room temperature so take out of fridge an hour before serving. From Chef John at Food Wishes.

    Recipe #488577

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    This drink sounds delicious! The Hugo is a new summer drink (would make a nice appetizer before a meal as well), originating in the South Tyrol region of Northern Italy, and is now popular all over Europe. Found on My German Kitchen in the Rockies. Serve a virgin Hugo, called a Heinrich, by substituting sparkling mineral water for the champagne. A Kurti is made by using basil leaves in place of the mint leaves. Find elderflower syrup at your local IKEA or online. Adjust the sweetness of your drink with the addition/reduction of the elderberry flower syrup.

    Recipe #488561

    Perfect for this time of year. Apples and sweet potatoes, raisins, cinnamon and stuffed pork chops? All baked in one pan? Who could ask for anything more! The sweet simple things of life! From Susan Branch blog.

    Recipe #488558

    I heart mulled cider on a chilly day!! Having one now, as a matter of fact...Not a "real" recipe with exact measurements, but perfect for when you don't feel like making a big batch. Feel free to adjust this to your tastes. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #488554

    Our family favorite chili that I keep coming back to again and again, over the years-- it's so simple, quick and easy to make, and totally yummy and satisfying! Especially good this time of year. From my mom. Wonderful sprinkled with grated cheddar cheese and chopped onions, with freshly baked warm cornbread on the side. Enjoy!

    Recipe #488413

    Make a batch of hot cider, to warm and scent the kitchen with apple and cinnamon. Enjoy by the mug or take a thermos along on a hike through the autumn woods. Enjoy! Adapted from Susan Branch blog.

    Recipe #487963

    A yummy beverage for kids of all ages. "I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one; But I can tell you, anyhow, I'd rather see than BE one." From Susan Branch blog. Would be perfect to sip on a Purple Cow while viewing the Blue Moon tomorrow evening.

    Recipe #486197

    These cute heart-shaped sugar cubes are so easy to make! Even the kids can help. I think they would be fun for parties, especially tea parties or to offer to guests with coffee after dinner. The silicone ice trays come in every imaginable shape, so make your sugar cubes in whatever shape or motif you wish. Imagine making them in Orange for Halloween, Red for Valentine’s Day. White would be beautiful for a bridal shower. Pink and lavender is pretty for Easter and Mother’s Day. Recipe is originally from Country Living and you can see a sugar hearts tutorial online at Between Naps on the Porch blog.

    Recipe #486086

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    These perfectly moist and chewy granola bars make a wonderful road trip snack, or pack into a school lunch box for a delightful & healthy homemade treat. From Strands of My Life. Note: These bars are gluten-free, if you skip the optional wheat germ.

    Recipe #484701

    Put up your feet & relax, and enjoy this refreshing fizzy drink with plenty of ice on a hot summers day! Adapted from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #483972

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