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    Though this is a recipe for Quesadillas, I've turned them more often into burritos, following all the same ingredients, except rolling the tortilla's burrito-style. When made into quesadilla's, not only are they great for weeknight, weekend meals, appetizer, but they are also great for bringing them to a potluck. Just slice them like a pizza and place them on pretty serving platter and I'll guarantee that they'll be gone lickety split.

    Recipe #483487

    I make these roasted potatoes often, especially in autumn and winter. They're so yummy that you will forget how good they are for you. They pair well with ham, turkey or chicken. I sometimes even make these just especially for lunch.

    Recipe #489086

    This salad is SO good and very refreshing. The dressing is fantastic!

    Recipe #511995

    This is a favorite of ours, especially for breakfast. It's great toasted with a smooth splatter of butter over it. My husband and I originally had it at "The Ellis River House" in Jackson, N.H about 18 years ago. Lucky for us when we stayed there, they were selling a small cookbook which contained recipe's from the local country inns. My kids now love it too and it makes the house smell great. I always make 2 breads because 1 is just not enough. Who is Barry? He was the Inn's owner and chef who served this lovely bread every morning for breakfast with his wonderful mushroom omelet's. Barry if your out there, thx for the recipe and please provide us with your recipe for the omelet.

    Recipe #483465

    This is a quick and wonderful meal great for weeknights and to serve for company. It is a very flavorful dish that imparts an almost fruity taste due to the combination of the wines and balsamic vinegar. When I make it, it reminds me of my father-in-law because out of all the dishes I made, this was one of his favorites. Enjoy!

    Recipe #484705

    This recipe has been developed from experimenting and tweaking until a great chicken salad was achieved. This chicken salad is OUR FAVORITE! It is good enough to serve for a special occasion/holiday. I hope it becomes your favorite too.

    Recipe #490331

    These Brownies have basically become a part of my family. I've been making them since I was about 13 or 14. On one occasion when I was a teenager, I made them in a 9 x 13" pan and while they were cooling I went over a friends house on my street, when I came back about 45 minutes later, the only thing left in my pan were crumbs. My 3 bratty nephews gobbled it all up! Ohh the memories. They derive from a 1954 Sealtest cookbook called "641 Tested Recipes from the Sealtest Kitchens." The pages are yellowed, fraying and falling apart, but I love it so, especially because my sister Edna gave it to me and she has since passed away. These bake beautifully and create a chocolaty crust over the top and a chewy center. It is a basic recipe that surpasses in flavor many other "fancified" brownie recipes I have tried.

    Recipe #484266

    These croutons originally were part of a minestrone soup recipe. The soup was nothing to write home about and not a keeper but the croutons were to die for! I've doubled and quadrupled this recipe because my kids can eat these as if they were potato chips. It is truly scrumptious especially over a "good" soup or salad. This is a great way to use up stale bread.

    Recipe #496107

    I've had this recipe for many years and I used to make it on a regular basis when I was a newly-wed and made it often for the kids when they were itty bitty. It is a great recipe and one well worth making from scratch. Due to a crazy work and life schedule, I weened off of making it but I'm placing it back on my repertoire. I originally got this recipe from an old foodnetwork show called "Chef DuJour" where a different chef was featured daily. This particular day, Lauren Groveman was the chef who presented this recipe.

    Recipe #513531

    This is a French Toast recipe that my family has been enjoying for quite some time. It's a fun recipe to be enjoyed especially on a weekend morn. It's considered a special treat when I make these because they are delicious!

    Recipe #484707

    Source for this recipe is from an old Country Inns of America Cookbook. For avocado lovers, this will be a delight. The dressing pares very well with the avocado. Note that there may be left-over dressing that can be used on other types of salads. In particular it goes well with a wedge salad. Note that the calories noted are for the full measure of the dressing which isn't used in one sitting, therefore it is incorrect.

    Recipe #513389

    This chili recipe is one of Emeril's off of foodnetwork. It is a keeper and as delicious as can be. I have though made slight modifications. Best part is that if you want to cut out meats from your diet or want some recipes for lent, this is a tried and true recipe and one I highly recommend. I've been making soon after the recipe was posted on foodnetwork.

    Recipe #495413

    I've been making these forever!! The list of ingredients seem so simple, but the flavor is amazing. You don't know what you're missing if you haven't made these. They were given to me by a friend and I make them often for home and I bring them to potlucks. They're my kids favorite dish.

    Recipe #483571

    I've been making these carrots since I was a very young girl. They are delectable served as a side dish with any meal. It's my husband's favorite vegetable, and he's not a big fan of vegies. It is always on my Holiday table. It pares great with roasted turkey and a beef roast!

    Recipe #483473

    This is one of my FAVE's; big on flavor, ease, and the use of common ingredients normally found in your kitchen. I've been making this recipe since I received it on June 2, 1997. I heard it given over a radio program called "The Yankee Kitchen" which was hosted by the late Gus Saunders. People would call into this radio program and give out their favorite recipes over the radio (AM station in Boston) and listeners would jot them down. I have many of these "jotted-down" recipes and they are treasures to me. The Yankee Kitchen is no longer on the radio and boy, oh-boy do I miss it and I especially miss Gus and all the callers. This recipe came from Jackie P....., a wonderful lady and a regular caller to the program.

    Recipe #489499

    This is another recipe I got from the culinary school I attended a little bit of a long while ago. It is a truly a wonderful soup to be savored. This soup is not only great for cold winter days, but is one that is delectable enough to serve for a special occasion or for the Holidays.

    Recipe #483818

    This is my "go to" potato salad that I've been making for quite some time. It's the one my husband always requests because it's so tasty and because it contains no mayonnaise. For those who do and don't enjoy mayonnaise, this potato salad is sure to please with it's definite Mediterranean flavors. This recipe originally came from a high-end grocer, J. Bildner and Sons in back bay Boston. I've tweaked a bit from the original recipe.

    Recipe #490335

    We love this frittata. Make it when we're not in the mood for the average omelet or eggs. It's good for breakfast, lunch or dinner. If serving for lunch or dinner, it's excellent served with a side of salad. Especially perfect recipe for an Easter brunch. It's quick to make so you'll have time for the Easter egg hunt.

    Recipe #498307

    This is one of my favorite chocolate cake recipes. It's got just the right chocolatiness flavor and crumb. The frosting is absolutely "GREAT"!

    Recipe #489497

    This recipe is So YUM. Developed by foodnetwork chef Sunny Anderson from foodnetwork. I crave it often.

    Recipe #511925

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