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    EASY and TASTY treat for tail-gaiting, potlucks, parties.

    Recipe #436250

    Several friends and I were joking about "'70's Food" earlier today, which made me a little nostalgic. Here's one of my old (OLD) stand-by favorites from that era. Alas, no "Cream-of-Anything" soup included, nor aspic'ed mystery substances, and not a fondue pot in sight. Nothing authentically culturally correct...just simple, good ol' '70's fare. Nothing fancy. *Dead easy* to make. It's simply 'got a good beat, and I can dance to it.'

    Recipe #435456

    SIMPLE, delicious,fulfilling, and (for me) an entire meal for around 100 TOTAL calories! My go-to NO SIN indulgence when that bag of chips and dip are calling.

    Recipe #416027

    All of the best things about a great steak dinner in one bite!!

    Recipe #416026

    Finally. Perfectly moist, VERY flavorful banana bread!

    Recipe #413424

    Sitting at my desk, attempting to finish a lunch break – have re-heated it three times so far. But this is one of those symbolically meaningful foods for me, and I’m enjoying every stolen moment’s bite. I swore I’d never make potato soup again, after a few years of *having* to eat it (and Top Ramen, and Kraft Mac n’ Cheese, and oatmeal, and…) more than regularly during the first few years of getting the financial hang of being a single, working mom. But never say “never again.” Now, this bowl of delicious (if I may say so, myself) soup reminds me of being thankful. Of feeling FULL, when that feeling was hard to come by on any level. Of just “doing what you’ve got to do” to keep moving forward. Of a sense of accomplishment, of overcoming, of achieving, and of being able to be thankful and appreciative of the joys and comfort of a good, old friend that helped you get through it, stayed with you, and can still make you feel great.

    Recipe #395999

    I may never forgive my friend, Sarah, for bringing this to a potluck yesterday. Today, I made the recipe for myself, and ATE THE ENTIRE THING! (Will leave the results to your imagination). It was sooo worth it! YUMMM!

    Recipe #350619

    Fantastic on pasta, ravioli, chicken, or seafood. I prefer to use Limoncello, or if using Vodka, add some lemon zest and a bit of sugar to simulate. Here's a *great* recipe for making your own Limoncello, if you've got some time:

    Recipe #334034

    I'm just not a fish lover. But this one REALLY works for me. Makes a great appetizer for a crowd, too. Festive, pretty, delicious, and FULL of IRON! 8-)

    Recipe #266938

    My MOST DELICIOUS casserole recipe is a combination of German, Irish, Polish, and Cajun influences. This ultimate comfort food soothes the cockles of my little multi-ethnic tummy 8-)

    Recipe #208354

    Inspired by a combination of two cookies prepared at this year's National Cookie Challenge, here's my take on the ultimate chocolate chip cookie!

    Recipe #208320

    Warm, soothing, spicy, but not hot, and FILLED with flavor (and protein!) this has been my favorite "chicken soup" for recovering from a couple of recent surgeries. *Almost* makes it worth the Dr.'s visit!" You can use either the meat from two whole roasted chickens from your local mega-mart, or 4 cans of chicken breast from Costco - the latter is easier, or you can mix n' match - just use what you have available!

    Recipe #206284

    Creamy chicken and noodles...crunchy herbed topping, and J-U-S-T enough veggies to qualify as "healthy." Inspired by a recipe found on FoodNetwork, I've played with it enough to make it a new standard in our house. Freezes beautifully! (Note: Can easily use 2-3 of Costco's Kirkland brand canned chicken breast, or pick up a roasted chicken at your local mega-mart!)

    Recipe #204684

    *Huge* hit at parties! These actually TASTE great (waay better than those made with canned frosting).

    Recipe #203697

    My friend, Paula brought this wonderfully textured and flavorful potato dish to a recent potluck, I knew I'd finally found a recipe to replace my mother's scalloped potatoes! By letting the potatoes dry two days after boiling, then grating, it creates a fluffy, almost rice-like texture that soaks up the cheese flavor, leaving no greasy mess - just smiling faces.

    Recipe #202032

    Great for Christmas gifts, or just munching with a good movie. Thanks to my friend, Verna, for this great, EASY recipe.

    Recipe #200713

    Inspired by the multitude of fresh strawberries at our local farmstands, and a lemon cake presented by Emeril awhile ago, this super-flavorful combination of strawberries, lemons, and ice cream just screams "IT IS ALMOST SUMMER!!!"

    Recipe #171568

    A delicious way to celebrate the new asparagus in spring, or broccoli in fall! Decadent, smooth, and satisfying - this soup freezes then reheats in the microwave *beautifully* - my favorite "brown-bag lunch" addition.

    Recipe #168466

    The aroma that will fill your house is ALMOST as delicious as the tender shreds smokey, Bar-b-Que flavored pork shoulder. Serve on warmed potato hamburger buns, with your best coleslaw!

    Recipe #140002

    This is another of my mother's terrific recipes, from when we lived near the CA/MX border. This is MY ultimate comfort food! I usually just use 1 pkg of Kraft's pre-grated 4-Cheese Mexican blend - which has asiago and queso fresco added to the usual cheddar and jack, then add some sharp cheddar. BEST if you make the sauce, the night before, and refrigerate. Makes 8-10 enchiladas, and 4 cups of sauce.

    Recipe #132058

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