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    This is a delicious appetizer/first course or side dish with a beautiful presentation. First served to me by my best German friend while I was visiting her in Besigheim!

    Recipe #420352

    This is my quickie "copycat" of the insalata caprese at Fleming's steakhouse. No, it's not traditional, but it IS delicious! Could also be considered vegetarian, depending on the person's dairy product preferences.

    Recipe #395340

    I adore Entenamann's cheese filled coffee cake and wanted to try my own. Original recipe from Teriskitchen.com. I halved the crumbs/batter for my square pan, but not the filling, as I like mine loaded. :)

    Recipe #366204

    The quickest, easiest way to spruce up refrigerated rolls! This was one of my mom's classic "company" side dishes (we kids knew when we were having guests for dinner when we saw this recipe on the counter). It originally came from the pastor's wife, Gina Hoffman, at our church growing up. You can increase the seasonings to taste - I typically use a little more of the garlic powder and oregano.

    Recipe #366031

    My hometown newspaper (The Orlando Sentinel) finally published this, my favorite chicken dish ever, in their "Thought you'd never ask" column. There are copycats on Zaar, but this is the actual recipe, as given by Carrabba's. Not for the dieter, but a divine dish perfect for company and easy to throw together!

    Recipe #361631

    My absolute favorite salad at any restaurant. Unlike a typical Waldorf in that they serve it with Dijon Balsamic Vinaigrette rather than a creamy dressing. So easy to throw together, too - grill the chicken a day before or even while putting together the salad ingredients! Makes 2 dinner-sized salads - adjust the amounts accordingly if you prefer less greens. The dressing recipe makes more like 8 servings as I like to keep extra on hand. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #324118

    Just got back from a trip to Greece! I thought I knew what Greek salad was until I ordered one and got this concoction devoid of lettuce... haha. But it turned out to be my absolute favorite dish there and I ordered it many times. The key is to have the very freshest ingredients, including the feta. This makes a main dish for one person, or a side dish to share between 2 or 3. Easily fits into many special diets.

    Recipe #304504

    This bread is very moist - no dry crumbles. Try it, you'll love it! You can of course add nuts or whatever you like to "spice it up," but my favorite way is just bananas!

    Recipe #187451

    This is the most flavorful chicken recipe I have ever tasted. It is so good that I make it for just myself and eat the left-overs for 3 days! After tasting it, my boyfriend's mom said, "This should be what you make whenever you have people over for the first time." I took it as a compliment!

    Recipe #137633

    This is a yummy but different oatmeal cookie recipe that my mom makes. Don't let the batter freak you out - it's supposed to be dry and crumbly! I usually cut the recipe in half - the time consuming part is forming the cookies. Also, I undercook mine a little so that when they cool they are still nice and soft.

    Recipe #137631


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