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    I wanted chicken cordon bleu one night but I didn't feel like doing everything that is involved in making it. So I got some inspiration from a few recipes and came up with this one. My husband and son both had thirds! This is comfort food at it's best!

    Recipe #457034

    I found this recipe for a pork roast in Woman's Day magazine and changed it up a little bit. I use pork chops in place of a roast and served it with stir-fried vegetables and rice. I also made another batch of the sauce and poured it into the stir-fried vegetables (with some cornstarch) while they were cooking. I was worried because the ingredients were kind of foreign to me but it turned out wonderfully.

    Recipe #454865

    I originally made these for my son for his birthday when he was in kindergarten and he's asked for them every year since. You can also make this as a cake, you just have to space out the mini Reese's peanut butter cups so everyone that gets a slice gets a peanut butter cup. Also, follow the directions on the cake mix to figure out how long to bake the cake. I do not remember off the top of my head. So with a bit of peanut butter in the middle and homemade peanut butter icing on the cake, this is a choco-peanut-holics dream come true!

    Recipe #454779

    I found this recipe in the instruction manual for my slow cooker and added a few things to turn it into something that was really good. I hope you enjoy! PLEASE NOTE: This is a recipe that is meant to fit into a Bella Kitchen 1.5 quart MINI slow cooker. For it to fit into a normal slow cooker, it will have to be DOUBLED or TRIPLED.

    Recipe #454777

    I found this on The Daily Dish blog and added a few spices to make this a unique dish. The kids INHALED it! I guess if you take something healthy like fish and batter it and deep fry the nutritional value out of it, kids will love it!

    Recipe #454662

    I saw another recipe posted for this and when I made it, it was a little different than the one my Mama always made. So I called her and this is what she told me was in her original recipe. It tasted just the way I remembered. And before you start critiquing, this recipe was not meant to have cinnamon and allspice in it. It's just a simple, quick way that I was taught to make red beet eggs and I was told that this is the "Central PA Dutch" version, not the Amish version. I don't know the difference, but these are fantastic. Hope you enjoy! (COOK TIME DOES NOT INCLUDE OVERNIGHT REFRIGERATION)

    Recipe #454305

    This is another one of the Mama's famous recipes that she has made for as long as I can remember. It's simple, it's quick and it frees up your oven to make other dishes, as well as saves you the stress of checking the ham to make sure it isn't cooking too quickly. This has always produced a sweet and salty Easter or Christmas ham that everyone in our family enjoyed. I hope you like it, too! (I also found that spiral sliced is the best choice because it allows the ingredients to soak in better)

    Recipe #453989

    I had some ham that needed used up and came up with this delectable little dish. It's not very health conscious, but it was a huge hit in our house. I was told by my 11 year-old son that it was his new favorite casserole. It's also a good way to use up all of your leftover Easter or Christmas ham. I hope you like it as much as we did!

    Recipe #453874

    This is one that I make on weeknights when I'm pressed for time. If you want, you can saute some fresh mushrooms in garlic and olive oil to add to the finished dish. This also works well with thick pork chops.

    Recipe #453617

    My fiance loves carrot cake so I decided to make him one for his birthday. I found the base recipe for this in a Garden Club cookbook and tweaked a few things to my liking. The best part about this cake is that it actually got MOISTER the longer it sat! Enjoy!

    Recipe #453616

    I saw this posted today on the Cooking Channel blog and I REALLLLLY want to try it so I'm posting it here for safe keeping. I love chipotle anything anything and I love shrimp so I figured this one will be a winner!

    Recipe #453149

    My fiance was talking about having a craving for ham and pineapple one night so I started browsing recipes. I found a few and since I couldn't decide which one to make, I combined them and came up with this. I thought it was delicious, but I think I'll use crushed pineapple next time to spread the taste of it more. You could also make this to use up your leftover Easter or Christmas ham! I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #453108

    I was given a jar of Patak's Chicken Tikka Marsala sauce and I had no idea what to do with it. I found this recipe on Patak's US site and I'm going to make it tonight for dinner. I'm not familiar with Indian food so hopefully it's as good as it sounds! (PS, I'm using ground ginger instead of fresh so this might not work out as planned)

    Recipe #451314

    This is the perfect drink to celebrate summer! We usually have it on the 4th of July or Mother's Day and it's a staple at summer parties. It's sweet and delicious and has a nice little kick behind it. It's the perfect cocktail to quench your thirst on those hot summer days! Please enjoy responsibly.

    Recipe #451071

    "El Chupacabra" translates to "goat sucker" in Spanish and it is a mythical creature that is believe to attack farmer's animals. While this drink has nothing to do with sucking on goats, it will get you drunk. We used to run this as a Cinco de Mayo drink special at a bar that I worked at. It's on the sweeter side and they pack a punch, so please enjoy responsibly.

    Recipe #451068

    I found this on the Drink Nation website (www.drinknation.com) while I was looking for drink specials for the bar that I worked out. It's yummy and it packs one heck of a punch, PERFECT FOR ST. PADDY'S DAY!

    Recipe #451062

    I was given a pamphlet on recipes that use beans and the original recipe for these brownies was included. I switched the sugar to Splenda, the eggs to egg substitute (or the same amount of liquid egg whites) and the vegetable oil to canola oil. They're just as good as a traditional brownie but you won't feel bad letting your kids eat them (and eat them they will)!

    Recipe #451054

    I found this one a while ago in a random internet search. I messed around with the ingredients until I had a cake that made our family happy. It is loaded with pineapple, banana and cherries and the cherry juice gives it a nice pink tint so you could serve it to your sweetheart. I usually make it on the first day of spring (or when I have some bananas that need used up). I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #450956

    I found this in the coupon section of the Sunday paper. If you love mustard and ranch, this is for you! The brown sugar adds a sweet little kick. Our kids can't get enough of it, even when we serve it with veggies and rice as a "stir-fry"! I've included the instructions on how to make baked chicken breast. Stir-fry instructions are included below the full breast instructions. I've made it both ways and it's fantastic! (I've also used fat-free, light and full fat ranch and Splenda brown sugar I couldn't tell the difference.)

    Recipe #450271

    This is one that I adapted from Recipe #199636 after I scored 4 huge chicken leg quarters on sale. ($0.39 a pound!). I added a few things and adjusted the cooking time and temp to to what worked for me. The skin got SO crispy and the chicken was moist and retained the flavors. It also fell off the bone. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #449452

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