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    MMMM...Chocolate and Raspberries. What could be better as a preserve? I found this recipe on the Web somewhere, I forget where exactly. Probably at Recipes Downunder. I'm going to make this as Christmas presents for this year, but haven't had time yet. I hope it's as delicious as it sounds!

    Recipe #139769

    I found this recipe in the local newspaper. They look so fantastic, you won't be able to resist them!

    Recipe #134907

    A delicious, elegant, and HEALTHY dessert to serve to your family or friends. Your dinner party guests will be impressed with the appearance of this special dish. Little do they know how easy it was to make! (Cooking time includes cooling time.)

    Recipe #133911

    This is a tasty quiche that combines frozen spinach, feta, and Romano cheeses into a beautiful dish that you will be proud to serve. The hint of nutmeg gives it that authentic Greek touch.

    Recipe #136026

    This is a very simple salad that is great all year long, especially in winter when citrus fruits are in season. If you just want an quick salad, look no further. Source: Southern Living, January 1986.

    Recipe #136711

    This is a recipe that I found in a library book and plan to try soon. From "Perfect Preserves" by M. Dalton King.

    Recipe #170712

    This is another simple but tasty dish that I found in one of my grandmother's old recipe files. My family loves it, and it makes a nice alternative for the traditional holiday green bean casserole. It's good all year long, but especially when the weather turns cool.

    Recipe #114267

    This is the absolute best yellow squash casserole I have ever eaten. I got the recipe from a local diner. Try it, you'll like it!

    Recipe #125433

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

    Recipe #125526

    This is the best darn carrot dish in the whole world. It's so good even my dad--who abhors carrots and usually won't even look at them--devours it like there's no tomorrow! This is almost sweet enough to be dessert. Maybe it's too sweet for those of you who are used to plain or savory carrots! In my family we like sweet carrots to complement the rest of the grub on the table, and this saves on time and money that might be spent on dessert. You can make this with squashes, too. Be sure to cook the carrots until they are almost mushy, so that you will get a smoother texture when they are mashed. My family prefers a coarser texture, so I just use an old-fashioned potato masher, but you can puree the carrots in a food processor or blender if you prefer. This is not a quick dish, so you can make it ahead and refrigerate until ready to bake, if you wish. Adapted from a recipe from Allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #137703

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

    Recipe #125672

    I have no idea whether this recipe is authentic, but my family loves it, and it's so easy to put together. Don't let the ingredients throw you! The sauce melts into a creamy, slightly spicy, earthy-flavored amalgamation that complements the beef. (Don't knock it 'til you try it!) Very good with mashed potatoes, fried okra, and carrots.

    Recipe #142808

    This recipe is so tasty and pretty, you won't believe how easy it is! This recipe requires you to ignite the brandy, so use caution if you don't have experience in this. You don't want to catch the house on fire!

    Recipe #133915

    This recipe was our family's favorite twist on the traditional holiday dish. My grandmother served at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and now I make it for my own family. We prefer it without marshmallows, but you may use them if you wish. This recipe is so easy that you don't really have to do any work besides peeling and chopping the yams. I've tried other recipes for sweet potatoes, but none of them come close to being as delicious as this one!

    Recipe #113746

    Your house will be filled with the aromas of Eastern spices when you make this dish! This recipe is one of my favorite ways to eat chicken. I got this recipe from one of my dorm-mates when I was in college. It is very spicy and goes well with other Indian dishes. It is not a hot curry, so people who don't care for mouth-burning dishes might like this.

    Recipe #124994

    I think my version of Greek chicken looks better and tastes more authentic than most of the other recipes I have tried. It's easy to make and tastes superb!

    Recipe #125494

    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 don't know where this recipe came from, but it sure is yummy!

    Recipe #125427

    This is another recipe from "The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest" by Carol W. Costenbader. It is supposed to calm the nerves and digestive tract. If you grow your own herbs and dry them, it is really good, but you can use storebought.

    Recipe #134887

    Super simple dish for nights when you want to cook but don't have a lot of time. From Southern Living, March 1986.

    Recipe #144670

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