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    I got this recipe from a cookbook that came free in the mail (from a cigarette company of all things)!! I modified it slighty, and I've gotten nothing but compliments on it. I do tend to go heavier on the garlic & sometimes add a bit more vinegar than what's called for. It sets real nice if chilled overnight, but if time's an issue, chilling isn't totally necessary. I like to serve it in a bright colored bowl.

    Recipe #182761

    I saw a recipe similar to this while watching Iron Chef. This isn't the exact recipe used, but it's pretty close. Only one pan is used, so cleanup is minimal. Saute the garlic in oil for a minute or so before adding the asparagus if you like your garlic crunchy & toasty tasting. This is the only way I can get my picky husband to eat asparagus.

    Recipe #167829

    1 Reviews |  By tzisa

    My Dad brought me a turkey that my Grandfather had shot. I'd never cooked a wild turkey before & was a little nervous that my husband would find it too "gamey". Through suggestions from Dad & some different recipes I looked at, I came up with this very easy recipe for when the great hunter brings home the goods. (I let them skin & clean the bird for me). The turkey comes out nice & moist, & the tangy raspberry sauce is the perfect compliment. Not gamey at all!! You can also throw some fresh raspberries into the sauce, if you don't mind the seeds.

    Recipe #167724

    1 Reviews |  By tzisa

    My Mom found this recipe in a magazine, or maybe the newspaper, when I was a kid. They're very easy to make, & I loved making them with her. They require some cooling time, & it was always a little hard to wait for them!

    Recipe #156379

    1 Reviews |  By tzisa

    Flavorful & creamy, this is a Quick & easy meal that I've always gotten compliments on. I've combined a couple of recipes & come up with this.

    Recipe #120822


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