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    6 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This recipe intrigued me because I'm drawn to Amish cooking. Although I really liked it just as written (it's tasty comfort food), I believe it has the potential to be tweaked by just the right Zaar chef to make it a winner in the inexpensive-yet-delicious category (if there is one)...So have at it, Zaar chefs!!! :)

    Recipe #128396

    This is THE most AWESOME grill marinade I've ever tasted in my life! I don't know where my Mom got this, but there is no match that I've ever known of...it is simplicity and freshness, yet rich, robust and succulent! I haven't told you this one yet, because I was entering it in a grilling contest for a Weber grill, but I can't hold back any longer! It is wonderful for chicken breasts and also for lamb. My Mom used to make chicken and lamb kabobs with this marinade and we always wanted more!!! NOTE: Prep time does not include the 24-48 hours marinating time. UPDATE: My grill has died....So in desperation to taste this chicken again, I tried Bobo3039's suggestion about baking it in a 350 degree oven...Results were wonderful!!! (Still missed that charcoal essence, but one must "roll with the punches" and make do...In this case, Bobo3039 was right on the money!)

    Recipe #137262

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    Serve Italian bread or hard rolls with this main dish salad. This is also a perfect salad to serve using leftover roast turkey, chicken, pork or beef...any of which will work nicely. Recipe courtesy of CooksRecipes.

    Recipe #186853

    This is a super-simple recipe that I received in an e-mail from Swanson's Creative Cooking. I have not tried it yet, but I'm posting it for Zaar World Tour II. (Note: Cooking time includes 1 hour marinating time.)

    Recipe #173732

    4 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is another recipe that I got from a mother from my son's preschool. I've tried this and it is really easy to make and honestly tastes like home-made "baked all day" stuff! I did tweak it just a bit for our taste -- like by adding molasses...But anyway, it's very filling and the kids love it when I make this with a side of cornbread. Very good!

    Recipe #129639

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This wonderful, light puff pastry is filled with melted Brie cheese. Serve with crackers on the side. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes.com. Posted for Zaar World Tour II for French cuisine.

    Recipe #177503

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    I got this recipe from one of the mothers from my son's preschool. It's really rich, but belly-filling and kid-friendly! My kids and I tagged this one to be a "Keeper..."

    Recipe #129621

    I saw this on a cooking show a long time ago - I think it was Ciao Italia, but I'm not sure. It's very easy to make, and the addition of the cannellini beans makes a big difference in taste and heartiness, in my opinion.

    Recipe #128498

    8 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This was my Mom's staple recipe every Thanksgiving for stuffing....Sometimes she would add some chopped giblets to it, but usually she made it exactly like this...It's VERY simple and basic, but very home-made and very comforting!!! She hand-wrote this recipe for me many years ago the first time I tried to cook a Thanksgiving meal at my house. :)

    Recipe #146335

    Now, this is the 1st recorded, BASIC Kentucky Derby Day Pie from Southern Indiana. Just across the river from Louisville, KY, where the Kentucky Derby made this pie famous! (We can't call it by it's original name here because of trademark/copyright issues, but this is the original Derby Day pie recipe.) I must be honest with you, that ever since this "famous 1st recipe" was used, there have been several other (MODIFIED) versions of this wonderful dessert...Most of them include some sort of Kentucky Bourbon!!! In my opinion, the ones that include that KY Bourbon are the best, but I wanted to share with you the ORIGINAL pie (from the 1920's)...Just FYI...

    Recipe #130081

    2 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    A hearty yet fancy French dish typically served with potatoes, noodles or rice. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes.com. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #177502

    4 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This was a really excellent recipe that I got from one of my OLD Betty Crocker magazines. My kids love this and it really is easy (almost effortless), and it is also very filling. I like to season the ground beef with a sprinkling of taco seasoning while it cooks, for more of a Tex-Mex flavor. Good for working Moms who are too tired to cook at the end of the day!

    Recipe #120795

    This is a WONDERFUL recipe that I have looked for over 7 years now! I finally got the recipe from Chef Betsy502, who has someone in her family that worked at Bob Evans, and then Impera Magna re-calculated all of the ingredients to make it a home-cooked meal for my family! YAY for the Chefs here on Zaar! This is so good! Such comfort food, I simply can't explain! ENJOY! (And thank you SO MUCH, Betsy502 and Impera Magna for helping me achieve my DREAM RECIPE!) :)

    Recipe #135323

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is a recipe that I wrote down while watching "Martha Stewart Living"...Seemed so easy and looked so good! It really tastes good! I have changed it up a bit...Her recipe calls for 2-3 lb. chicken fryer, but I use boneless chicken breasts instead, and tweaked it just a tad for my own taste...(Personal preferences...) It was my first attempt at broiling chicken, but it really turned out flavorful and yummy!

    Recipe #125384

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This salad takes the main components of Buffalo Chicken Wings--chicken, hot sauce, blue cheese and celery--and tosses them together in a refreshing salad that is significantly lower in fat and calories than the dish that inspired it. If you like spicy food, add more hot sauce; this is a mild version. Recipe courtesy of Hallmark Magazine.

    Recipe #184076

    9 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    I got the original recipe to this from Woman's Day Magazine, and then tweaked it to my own taste. It is just awesome! As usual for me, very simple to make, but just exactly what I was hungry for! YUM-O!

    Recipe #128397

    4 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    These cookies combine the rich taste of butter and maple syrup. Recipe courtesy of Allrecipes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #173024

    I got this recipe off of the Food Network. It's one of Rachel Ray's and it so easy and tasty and QUICK! Excellent side dish for any kind of grilled meat or fish!

    Recipe #120564

    5 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is not very fancy, but it sure does taste good! It's what I came up with after my kids refused to eat fish sticks and frozen breaded fish filets...I've tried it with fresh bass and perch, but my favorite is made with Orange Roughy (less fishy-tasting and economical, I think...) NOTE: 60 minutes of the prep time is 60 minutes of marinating time.

    Recipe #126032

    This is a recipe that my 13 year old daughter came up with after trying different recipes over the past month...We all deemed it a "Keeper" in our house and will keep making brownies this way from now on! So simple, and I didn't even have to go to the store to buy any more ingredients! Looks cake-like, but tastes so fudgy and chewy...Really good brownies! P.S. My baby, Cheyenne, took all of the pictures herself while I was at work!!! AWWWW! :)

    Recipe #137948

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