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    I really have no idea where this recipe came from, but it is a delicious ending to an elegant meal! Please note: if you plan to serve this for dessert, start making it the night before so it will be properly chilled. No ice cream maker necessary!

    Recipe #131491

    These tomatoes are great all year long!

    Recipe #131490

    I got this recipe from last night's newspaper. Originally from "Vineyard Harvest: A Year of Good Food on Martha's Vineyard" by Tina Miller. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds wonderful!

    Recipe #131485

    Delicious and savory, these go great with soups and stews.

    Recipe #130427

    Don't ask me who Mary is, 'cause I don't know! I found this recipe in some hand-written files. These are easy to make (like most biscuits) and taste great with butter and jam, berries and cream, or a slightly sweet dinner dish.

    Recipe #130425

    I've been making this recipe for years. No idea where I got it, but it's delicious!

    Recipe #130423

    I have no idea where the original recipe came from, but I found a hand-written version in some old notebooks of mine. I tried it and think it's pretty good.

    Recipe #130422

    This also comes from yesterday's newspaper. It sounds like a cute idea for a summer desert, especially if your kids don't like watermelon (they don't know what they're missing!)! It can be made up to 1 week ahead.

    Recipe #128266

    This recipe came from yesterday's newspaper. I haven't tried it yet but I plan to on the Fourth of July. Sounds deLISH!

    Recipe #128264

    Recipe #126243

    This is a low-fat but tasty way to serve chicken. Try it and see. From the Tyson Chicken Cookbook

    Recipe #126242

    I made this for dinner last night, to just try it out. It doesn't really taste like filet mignon, but it is delicious! Try it and I bet you'll give it 5 stars! I used 3/4 cup cracker crumbs instead of bread crumbs. The recipe is from Taste of Home--I think.

    Recipe #125889

    I found this recipe in "The Chicken Cookbook" produced by the Tyson Chicken Comapany. It's very easy to make, and delicious!

    Recipe #125672

    This is another recipe from Tyson's Chicken cookbook. YUMMY!

    Recipe #125669

    This chicken dish is a little fancier than most of the old stand-bys, but it's perfect if you want to serve a nice meal to company or for a celebration.

    Recipe #125667

    This dish is very pretty and tastes as good as it looks!

    Recipe #125666

    I made this for dinner last night--my family just woofed it down! This is a really great recipe to make a YUMMY meal in not a lot of time--30 minutes total! I have this little bitty chicken cookbook that I found at a garage sale called "The Chicken Book". I'll be trying some more of these recipes and posting the good ones.

    Recipe #125589

    I think I got this recipe from one of Martha Stewart's cookbooks, but I don't remember exactly. Anyway, if you try this recipe you will see that sometimes it's worth it to make homemade crackers, as they taste much better than any you'll find in the store! You can use a different kind of cheese and spice or herb as a variation. I suggest sharp Cheddar with chives. Use your imagination!

    Recipe #125527

    I have no idea where this recipe came from. All I know is--it's GOOD! Definitely worth making!

    Recipe #125526

    A lovely, refreshing sandwich to serve for tea or a light summer snack with friends.

    Recipe #125523

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