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    I am putting this here for safe-keeping. It comes from Barefeet in the Kitchen and the pic looks delicious! They did not have prep or cooking times, or how many it serves, so I guessed at those.

    Recipe #515329

    I have not tried this yet, but it sounds delish. Your thighs might not thank you, but your taste buds will for this savory and jazzed up French Bread that goes great with soup and salads. I got this from The English Kitchen web site, who says all English cuisine is boring? :) Also, I think it might need less bacon than called for, 20 pieces seems like a lot. Might try adding a tiny bit of minced garlic too.

    Recipe #500113

    This is from a site called Barefeet In the Kitchen, a friend sent it to me and it DOES look delish! The chef says "This is a long recipe, but a fairly simple cake to make. The chocolate cake alone is reason to make this again. This just might be the best chocolate cake I have ever had. It is made in ONE bowl and cleanup for that part of this project was a breeze." She also says the flavor is intense and should be served in the thinnest slices possible. On this site, there was no time on the prep time, I estimate about 45 minutes? Also, plan ahead, times do not include the freezing/refrigeration time. Hope this is as good as it looks! PS IT IS 2 CUPS OF FLOUR, I CAN'T SEEM TO FIX THAT ERROR IN THE INGREDIENTS.

    Recipe #498726

    I just saw Michael Symon make this on The Chew today and I can't wait to try it! His helpful tips were: 1. No need to remove the gills from the Portobello mushroom for this recipe. Michael does suggest removing the gills when creating a sauce out of the mushrooms. 2. Use any type of stock in this recipe: vegetable, chicken, or beef. 3. Try this sauce on steaks or pork chops, too! If you omit the bacon and use the vegetable broth, it's a nice vegetarian dish. On the TV show, he also saved some of the blue cheese and crumbled it over the top of the dish once it was plated. Enjoy!

    Recipe #498705

    I just saw this made on The Chew (ABC) and it looked delicious, so I am putting it here for safe-keeping. When I make it, I won't use the raisins, as I don't care for them. Also, you can use the leftover marinade to create a sauce for the shrimp. She didn't specify the size of the shrimp, but they looked medium to me. Plan ahead, cooking time does not include the marinading time.

    Recipe #498704

    Very yummy! I found these in a local newspaper. You can grate some fresh onion and garlic and use that instead of the powders. I also have used sharp cheddar cheese or whatever cheese I have on hand. Use less cheese and sour cream if desired, however much works for you.

    Recipe #492936

    I saw these on a site called Lizzies Tips for Everyday Living. I am putting them here for safe-keeping. They look sooo yummy, and easy too! Graham cracker crust, homemade salted caramel, thick chocolate ganache and toffee bits. These can easily be made gluten free. Freezer friendly too. She does not list amount of servings or time to make, so I am just guessing there. If you go see the picture on the site, you will see why I want to make this SOON!

    Recipe #491770

    I am putting this here for safe-keeping, it looks great! From the gal who posted this recipe on the site called Sweet Tea and Cornbread: "I used a mixture of jalapeno and pepperoncini peppers. I like the pepper rings because they disintegrate in the cooking process and just become part of the gravy. Don't leave these out though, because they really add flavor to this. If you don't use too many, they don't even add noticeable heat. The butter is what makes the gravy in this soooo good!

    Recipe #491126

    This is from The Southern Lady Cooks site. It looks very similar to monkey bread and also looks delicious! I will try this during the holiday season. Enjoy!

    Recipe #491124

    I just saw Paula make this on the "Bistro Brunch" episode. It's like a very rich fried ham and cheese sandwich in a casserole. She also used a larger dish on the show, I will use a 9X13. I think it would be fine without the nutmeg, a little of it goes a long way. Also, some of the reviewers on the other site suggested a more sturdy bread, I will use a good artisan sour dough bread. Make sure your ham is sliced thin and use unsalted butter.I might even try it with cooked bacon. I'm going to test it first and maybe serve for Christmas morning.

    Recipe #490238

    My idea of the perfect pizza. The crust is crispy, the balsamic onions are sweet, the bacon is salty, and the goat cheese adds a little something creamy. I got this from mydailymorsel.com. The chef states: "I have spent a good deal of time trying to figure out how to get a crispy, golden crust on pizza when cooking it in your own oven. First of all, crank you oven up as high as it will go. The hotter your oven, the quicker the crust will crisp up. Second, a drizzle of olive oil under your crust before you bake it will ensure that it does not get soggy." Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #487278

    2 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    I found this online, but can't remember which site. I plan to make it for Thanksgiving as I will have 2 guests who don't like pumpkin pie. If you don't have self-rising flour you can make it yourself: For each cup of all-purpose flour, add 1 1/4 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon of salt.I also think some crushed pecans or walnuts in the crumb topping would be good.

    Recipe #486193

    I have not made this yet, I found it at Bakersroyale.com and it looks SO good! The author threw in some crushed Reese’s for extra flavor and for added texture. The cooking time is actually the cooling time.

    Recipe #485941

    I haven't tried this yet, but it looks delicious! It uses bacon paste which I have never tried before. A bit of prep work but it looks like it's worth it. The recipe calls for breasts, but I think thighs would work as well and they stay a bit more juicy than breasts, just add a few minutes to the time. I am also sure that your favorite b-b-q sauce would work instead of the home-made, to cut back on time. Time does not include refrigeration time. From Cook's Illustrated, May/June 2011

    Recipe #485583

    2 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    I found this on the country cook.com. I haven't made it yet, but it looks very yummy! This is made without slices of bananas, however, you could certainly add those on there if you like. The chef decided she would just add some freshly sliced bananas right on top of the individual pieces of cake so they didn't turn brown.

    Recipe #483403

    I found this on Mia's Domain. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks elegant, delish and very refreshing!

    Recipe #481817

    1 Reviews |  By Scoutie

    Just saw this on Food Network, Drive-ins, Diners and Dives. I am sure many other ingredients would be great as well, such as bell peppers, Gouda cheese, etc...just use your imagination!

    Recipe #475064

    This is a classic hash recipe turned inside out, just fill the potato! I think oregano or marjoram could also be used in place of the thyme. I also use gloves when handling any chile peppers, don't wanna touch your eye after dealing with peppers! Adapted from Bon Appetit magazine, March 2005.

    Recipe #475003

    I found this in one of my cooking magazines and I am putting here for safe-keeping. The photo looks so good and it also looks very easy. I might add some fresh mushrooms to the herbs as well. I also think half and half would work instead of the milk. Time does not include inactive time of 30 minutes. Recipe by Debi Mazar.

    Recipe #474998

    I just saw Bobby Flay make this on his show Brunch At Bobby's. It looked SO good I am putting it here for safe-keeping. I am sure any thick bread would work fine if you can't find brioche.

    Recipe #474993

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