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    From Eating San Diego Blog: "Eibrot (pronounced eye-braht) is sort of like French Toast...but much, much better!"

    Recipe #433469

    Recipe is from the Steamykitchen blog

    Recipe #407261

    I haven't tried this recipe yet but it looks really good and I can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #404996

    Another recipe from Razzle Dazzle Recipes

    Recipe #404902

    From the Black Kettle Restaurant in Milwaukee, WI (Posted on Razzle Dazzle Recipes)

    Recipe #404901

    A good base for an Italian pasta dish or pizza. Note: Once the sauce is prepared taste and adjust the seasoning. If the sauce tastes too acidic, add a pinch baking soda and cook for 5 more minutes. If it needs a touch of sweetness, add a pinch of sugar or a squeeze of honey and cook for 5 more minutes.

    Recipe #404639

    "I’m sure everyone has his own favorite lasagna recipe, but I’d just like to offer that this really is The Best Lasagna Ever. Part of its appeal is that the ingredients used are totally basic; you don’t have to hunt down fresh basil or buffalo mozzarella or Parmigiano-Reggiano or handmade sausage from from an Italian mama in old Napoli. Anyone can make this, anywhere, anytime. And it’s the easiest thing in the world." Aside from the simplicity and availability of ingredients, however, this lasagna is just dadgum good.

    Recipe #404591

    These really are so delicious, folks. They’re almost like little “meatloaf balls”, with a lot more flavorful surface area than a big slice of meatloaf. And the sauce is just a classic sweet/sour ketchup concoction and it makes you think of Grandma. My kids love this dish, which is a miracle. And they’re delicious warmed up the next day and placed on a toasted sandwich bun with melted mozzarella on top. Yikes. *Note that these meatballs are not in the same category of regular Italian meatballs that would go in Spaghetti and Meatballs—those have more of a breadcrumb/parsley/Parmesan flair. These are more in the comfort food/meatloaf category. If you’d like to serve them with pasta, regular egg noodles tossed in a tiny bit of melted butter would be divine.

    Recipe #404057

    I saw these on a recent episode of Big Daddy's House. They look easy and yummy and I can't wait to try them!

    Recipe #401840

    These appetizers were featured on her show "Paula's Party". They're obviously not healthy but they sure look yummy! Note* Cook time and preparation time do not include freezing time.

    Recipe #399664

    I saw this on Big Daddy's House on Food Network earlier today. This is just from memory because I couldn't find the recipe on their website. They looked rediculously easy and absolutely delicious, I can't wait to try them! Note* These look like a great way to use up Turkey Day leftovers!

    Recipe #399660

    This recipe comes from Meeom's Kitchen... a great blog that I just discovered. This looks absolutely yummy... I wish I had all of the ingredients to make it right now!

    Recipe #399639

    This recipe is a variation from an episode of Throwdown With Bobby Flay.

    Recipe #399598

    I found this recipe on the frugal living examiner site. I haven't tried this yet but I wanted to post it here so that I can find it easily when I'm ready to make it. A note from the original recipe author, "salt and pepper to taste, but you may not need any since the gravy mix is salty".

    Recipe #395285

    From Mykitchencafe: "This is very healthy and after all the chopping, it comes together in a snap. Plus, I loved the versatility of serving it with romaine lettuce and rice, or just lettuce...or just rice. You get the picture. You can serve it according to your tastes. It was absolutely delicious with both the hearty green romaine lettuce and the warm, tender rice. The chicken, mushroom, pepper mixture is out of this world with flavor and texture. Hoisin sauce is one of my favorite Asian ingredient flavors and this meal was a slam dunk, in my book."

    Recipe #392962

    Recipe from Allyou: "This savory recipe calls for short ribs, a low-cost cut of beef. Fresh ginger gives the dish a hint of spice; if you don’t use the entire ginger root, pop the rest in the freezer. Cost per serving: $1.58"

    Recipe #392957

    Recipe from a blog: "When life hands you bagels....Make french bagels. I am not quite sure how I came up with the idea to make french toast out of bagels but I am glad I did. I do not know why but french toast just tastes better when it is made out of a bagel."

    Recipe #392948

    You may substitute dried shiitake mushrooms for the morels. Leftover meat and gravy make great hot roast beef sandwiches the next day.

    Recipe #392939

    I have been making these stuffed mushrooms for years. It is mandatory that I bring them to every single family function. Hope you enjoy them!

    Recipe #392427

    This is a recipe that I came across somewhere on the internet. I have not tried this yet but I plan to within the next couple of weeks. Posting it here to make it easier for me to find. Let me know if you try it and what you think.

    Recipe #392219

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