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    I've never had much luck with cooking fish. This recipe, however, was a delight. I had no idea you could steam fish directly on food. The result is a flaky, light delicious dish that I would recommend to all fish lovers. The recipe was obtained from the book, "Amazing Food Tips and Cooking Hints." I am passing it onto you verbatim, though I'd recommend using only half of the orange zest.

    Recipe #436832

    I got this recipe out of the "Fix it and Forget it" cookbook. I never would have thought to use cheddar cheese soup but trust me, it works! This is such an easy way to use up leftover ham. This recipe is easily halved if needed.

    Recipe #436831

    I obtained this recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens 2009 Holiday issue. I haven't been much of a fan of couscous before, considering it too dry and bland for my liking, but this recipe is sublime. The apricot nectar adds a sweet moisture and the combination of ingredients provides delicious flavors. You will not be disappointed with this recipe!

    Recipe #418339

    These are the best ribs I have ever eaten. You can use one rack of ribs for the recipe and cut the sauce into quarters (or thirds if you like your ribs saucy) to save some for later. If you follow the directions verbatim it is impossible to mess this up. Enjoy!

    Recipe #407397

    A delicious and one-stop solution to the perfect omelet. Came from the Denver Post many moons ago.

    Recipe #398356


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