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    Turns an ordinary weeknight meal into company dinner. Very lean ground beef or poultry is recommended. If fatty meat is used, it will break open during cooking and let most of the cheeses run out. This goes well with bow tie pasta cooked as package directs, tossed with garlic and sautéed red, yellow and green bell pepper and served with a mixture of one jar of chunky garden sauce and one jar of pizza sauce.

    Recipe #517906

    This medley of asparagus,colorful peppers and purple onion is so tasty it will do a happy dance in your mouth.

    Recipe #481618

    The chocolate aroma of this cake is exquisitely intoxicating. Make it once and it will become your signature dessert. Note: Be sure that the melted chocolate and whipped topping are both at room temperature as directed before combining. Otherwise, the chocolate will seize and be difficult or impossible to mix.

    Recipe #481475

    Being a member of the "I hate lamb" group, I cringed when the DH of my friend Susie announced he was grilling lamb for dinner. Surprisingly, the very first morsel of this delectable gourmet treat totally changed my mind. Now, paired with ranch potatoes, tossed salad and a bottle of Cab, this is my go-to menu. It is guaranteed to impress even the most finicky dinner guest. Note: Allow 24 hours marinating time in addition to the prep/cook time given below.

    Recipe #481160

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