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    Recipe #323937

    Found this on About.com under Southern foods. I changed the peppers from being stuffed to lining the casserole dish. Sort of a Lazy Stuffed Peppers. I changed the recipe from stuffed pappers to unstuffed. I love the filling for stuffed peppers and the taste the peppers give the filling but not too keen on chomping on the peppers themselves.

    Recipe #322399

    Garnered from my friends on the rice cooker site. It looks so good and EASY! There's plenty of leaway to experiment with your preferences. Instead of the boullion I used beef broth.

    Recipe #320571

    Just signed up for the Kraft Foods site and found this recipe. Thought it would be good to post now in anticipation of the gardening abundance which will be ready very soon!

    Recipe #320034

    Some interesting info found re: alfredo sauce. "The original owner of Alfredo's Restaurant in Rome, Alfredo Di Lelio, is said to be the originator of this delicious but rich dish of worldwide fame(invented at Alfredo alla Scrofa). He has since passed away, and the recipe for both the fettuccine pasta and the sauce remain secret. Some say the creaminess and lightness of the fettuccine and/or the sauce was in the cheese he used, or the addition of a little olive oil to the preparation of the fettuccine, others that the fettuccine was cooked in milk, still others that he gave each dish his blessing with a final toss using his gold fork and spoon before sending it to table." The quality and taste of the ingredients is the key to success with fettuccine Alfredo - especially the fettuccine and the cheese. The fettuccine should either be freshly made and as thin as possible, or, if store bought, the best fresh (not dry), thinnest pasta you can buy.

    Recipe #319138

    Another ricecooker site recipe! They have some great ones over there. I loev steak and I love snow peas, so any chance to put them together is a treat. Lots of ginger here - so be warned. This would be best served over rice of your choice. Cooking time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #319084

    Got this from my Yahoo group on ricecookers. I don't use wild game but I'm sure there are many of you out there who do. Hope you enjoy this. Maybe someday I'll try it with a regular porterhouse steak.

    Recipe #318705

    From Country Woman. "You won't break a sweat fixing these easy chillers! The frozen snack, made from fruity gelatin and powdered soft drink mix, can be whipped up in no time, according to Darlene Markel. " Freeze time wil vary. No cooking time listed. See note at end of directions for variations.

    Recipe #318618

    This is done in a rice cooker and was found on the rice cooker group on Yahoo. You could probably add meat to this and have it as a main dish. It can also be used as a side dish or even a small lunch meal.

    Recipe #318200

    Found this recipe on a rice cooker site on Yahoo Groups. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #317794

    I know, there are already 21 taco seasoning mix recipes. And I read ALL of them to make sure mine was different. Got this one from a rice cooker's group on Yahoo. This would be a great gift for a "real" cook. This can also be stored in the fridge or freezer for a VERY long period of time. Though, knowing you Zaarites, I'm sure it won't last very long! ;)

    Recipe #317714

    Handy to have around for a quick fix. I found this one on the rice cooker site at Yahoo Groups. Very informative site. NOTE: Even though the recipe calls for cooking this on the stove, I assume this can also be made in your rice cooker. You could also add some meat to this and have a main dish.

    Recipe #317707

    Printed from Cooks.com. Found in my search for rice cooker recipes. All times are estimates, depending on your type of rice cooker.

    Recipe #316153

    Printed from COOKS.COM Needed rice cooker recipe and found this. The time for cooking depends on your rice cooker. The time I put is an estimate.

    Recipe #316151

    Picked up this tasty bit from another site. It sounded so easy and fast, I had to save it here.

    Recipe #315093

    It is hard to get much more Texan than Chicken Fried Steak. Quality of the beef really counts in this dish. This recipe calls for cube steaks, but good round steak that you have asked the butcher to run through the tenderizer or that you have tenderized yourself with a mallet (no big deal and can be a real stress reliever) can be even better. NOTE TO CREAM GRAVY NOVICES: Gravy-making is an inexact science. Cream gravy is supposed to be thick, but if you think it's too thick, add more liquid until you're satisfied with it.

    Recipe #314845

    This is a recipe I found on Chowhound.com. It can be used to make another version of Ruby Tuesday's Buffalo Chicken Wontons(Posted as Buffalo (Chicken) Dip Wontons). This is a quote from the original poster on Chowhound: "This was incredibly good. I took it to a New Years Eve party and we just gobbled it! We think this might make a good pasta sauce, too. Either with a fettuccine or even put in lasagna (with some additions)."

    Recipe #312543

    Want a nearly "blood red" cheesecake? Try this one. Ricotta cheese makes this lighter and less rich than a standard cheesecake. There are 2 additional recipes included here. One is for Candied Blood Orange Slices for garnish(optional), and the other is for Blood ORange Glaze(optional). Cooking time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #310773

    Found this on a new site: mysecretpantry.com. It is a site for kitchen gadgets, foods, recipes, and a whole bunch of stuff for cooking. Including things like NuWave Ovens, kitchen utensils, Rachael ray cookware, etc..

    Recipe #310468

    I picked this up from our local paper along with a coupon to purchase Frank's Redhot Buffalo Wing Sauce or Frank's Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce. I haven't made this yet but I'm saving it for the 4th! Of course you could use your fav hot or buffalo wing sauce.

    Recipe #310372

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