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    Mischievous little mice that make a great (and healthy) snack for kids! From the May 2007 issue of Family Fun magazine.

    Recipe #222078

    CAUTION: Highly Addictive! (and no calories if you use diet 7-UP)

    Recipe #220229

    This recipe is from Eddie V's Edgewater Grill in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is the original recipe; however, I make a few slight changes to the recipe (to accomodate my personal tastes) when I make it. First, I add a little soy sauce to the vinaigrette to bring out the flavors a little more. Second, I only use 2 Tbsp. of olive oil (instead of the recommended 4 Tbsp.) because I like a chunkier vinaigrette. Third, I chop the cilantro and sprinkle it on top of the fish and salsa. Either way, it is a great recipe and worth having at least once!

    Recipe #193769

    This recipe is from Hershey's Kitchen.

    Recipe #186981

    Recipe #184113

    From Pointe Hilton Resorts in Arizona.

    Recipe #184103

    This is a recipe for a best-selling dish at Malee's Thai Bistro in Scottsdale, Arizona.

    Recipe #184044

    In 1921, a German born clockmaker quit his well respected job to open a popcorn stand in Chicago’s Wicker Park District. The clockmaker’s typical fare was freshly popped popcorn drizzled with warm butter and sprinkled with salt; but his favorite, and most beloved popcorn, was his caramel coated popcorn. The recipe he used to make it was given to him from his only true love, who tragically died four years earlier during World War I. The tattered and torn recipe, which was scribbled on the inside of an old playbill, was carefully framed and sealed in an exquisite frame. The clockmaker faithfully took the framed recipe with him everywhere he went. By the summer of 1924, the clockmaker’s caramel coated popcorn had captivated the entire city’s attention; everyone was frantically lining up at his busy stand to buy the sweet, sticky confection. A few months later, just as the clockmaker was preparing to close his stand for the day, a small fire ignited near the stove. The clockmaker instinctively ran out to call for help. When he returned, just seconds later, he remembered leaving the framed recipe hanging on the wall. The clockmaker quickly ran into the burning stand to retrieve the recipe, but he never made it out. When the fire inspectors went into the charred ruins to investigate the accident, they found the clockmaker’s frame lying in a pile of smoking debris. The frame was in pristine condition; not a dent, nor a blemish, could be seen on it. However, the recipe was gone. The recipe for the clockmaker’s caramel popcorn recently surfaced and is beginning to circulate around the globe. Unfortunately, many people think the recipe is haunted because it is believed that if your clock stops running after making the recipe it’s because the clockmaker has paid you a visit in hopes of reclaiming his long, lost recipe. NOTE: This recipe, as written, results in a sticky, chewy caramel popcorn. If you prefer a crunchier caramel popcorn, bake it in the oven at 250 degrees for 1 hour, stirring every 15 minutes.

    Recipe #181870

    So simple and so good!

    Recipe #176925

    This is a dessert soup that you can make for just about any occassion. Not only is it simple to make, it is also fun, exotic, flirty, creative, and just plain delicious! This recipe is from the The Learning Channel's Take Home Chefs.

    Recipe #172525

    Your little ghosts and goblins will get a "bite" out of these Halloween cookies. When finished, the lipped shaped sugar cookies have sharp fangs gripping onto miniature Milky Way chocolate bars. Ooooo, scary!!

    Recipe #164779

    This is a sinfully delicious recipe for chocolate sauce. I had to bribe, barter, and steal to get this "top secret" recipe from a chef I worked with while attending college. He refused to use canned chocolate sauce and always made this recipe when he worked.

    Recipe #162958

    Your little Fairy will love serving this enchanting drink at her next midsummer night's garden party. It is also a refreahing little treat for her after a long day of chasing drangonflies and butterflies by the pond. This recipe is from my daughter's favorite Flower Fairies book, Sweet Pea's Garden. This recipe does not include freezing time for the ice cubes.

    Recipe #160342

    If you like artichokes, you will LOVE these Artichoke Quesadillas. They are so simple to make and the taste is outstanding! They can be served as an appetizer or as a light lunch/dinner with rice and beans (or something else) on the side. This recipe is from azfamily.com.

    Recipe #158430

    A quintessential childhood food. This is a copycat recipe of the traditional Zwieback Toast that we grew up on, gave to our own kids, and may even be giving to our grandkids now. My daughter has an allergy to cow's milk, so I substitute the milk for half water and half coconut milk and it works out perfectly!! Note: It takes two days to make these cookies. The first day, you make a raised loaf (just like you do when making yeast bread). The baked loaf sits to cool and set during the night. The next day, the loaf is cut into slices and put in the oven to dry. A lot more work than buying them off the store shelf, but your toddler will love you for it -- I promise!! Time to make DOES NOT include kneading time and raising time - just the time it takes to mix the ingredients together and baking time. This recipe is from kingarthurflour.com.

    Recipe #156724

    Mouth-puckeringly tart AND satisfyingly sweet, these crunchy, sugar-coated cookies are bound to quickly become a family favorite. This recipe is from the King Arthur Flour website.

    Recipe #156721

    The bright-pink center of these squares will remind you, in appearance and taste, of pink lemonade. From the website of King Arthur Flour.

    Recipe #156438

    For sandwiches, toast, and French toast, you just can’t beat a classic American sandwich loaf, with its creamy-white interior, golden crust, and soft, easily sliceable texture. I found this recipe on kingarthurflour.com. It is a wonderfully easy recipe to make with terrific results!

    Recipe #156197

    This recipe is from Famous Dave's Backroads & Sidestreets Recipes - inspired by America's Down Home Eateries.

    Recipe #156114

    A great idea for the upcoming Superbowl. You will need a football-shaped cookie cutter for this recipe. From Betty Crocker.com.

    Recipe #154259

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