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    From "America's Test Kitchen" this recipe is easy and fairly inexpensive. Delicious too!

    Recipe #106429

    3 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Very easy to put together. Great for a weeknight meal or whenever you are pushed for time. Oh, and it tastes good too!

    Recipe #100677

    5 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    This recipe is from the Auberge du Soleil Spa, Napa Valley, CA. A fabulous light dish, the combinations of flavors and textures, sweet and salty, creamy and crunchy are fantastic! (The cooking time includes the balsamic reduction)

    Recipe #65023

    9 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    A wonderfully moist and juicy roast!

    Recipe #38466

    2 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    From the Chef at Citrine, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort, Orlando. These are absolutely scrumptious.

    Recipe #38021

    2 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Not sure where the name comes from. Maybe because you feel like such a lush after devouring this yummy treat!

    Recipe #37324

    1 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Just good old, stick-to-your-ribs, comfort food. You can substitute low/no fat versions of the soup and sour cream if you like.

    Recipe #36323

    3 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    A great summer dish that pleases most everyone. You may substitute low fat products for an even healthier version.

    Recipe #36276

    2 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Another one to add to your collection of comfort foods. Nothing fancy here, just very easy and very good.

    Recipe #36069

    3 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Wondering what to do with that bumper crop of cherry peppers? Try these!

    Recipe #34555

    14 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Very basic and very good family favorite.

    Recipe #32893

    17 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    A classic dressing for spinach salad, but it's also wonderful on other veggies like fresh green beans. Even the avowed green bean hater in the family tried them with this dressing and went back for seconds!

    Recipe #32804

    9 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Very cheesy, very easy and oh so good! This is my family's absolutely favorite mac and cheese. I can't even think about making a different recipe without getting, "what, are you nuts?". You can bake this in the oven or use the crockpot method. Hope you like this as much as we do!

    Recipe #31240

    1 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Put this together in the morning so can have a wonderfully different side dish that evening. Delicious companion with any beef, particularly steaks or roasts.

    Recipe #31166

    3 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    A very light and moist desert. Makes you want to say Ole!

    Recipe #29154

    11 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    This a wonderful one pan meal. Crusty bread and a salad make for a terrific Nah-leens style dinner.

    Recipe #27625

    You have to plan ahead to make this but it's well worth the time and effort. It keeps well but never lasts long enough to have to worry about that!

    Recipe #27395

    5 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    Very colorful, very simple and very good. I had this at a restaurant in downtown Asheville, NC called "Jack of the Wood". In addition to good food, they have wonderful live entertainment on the weekends and brew their own Green Man Ales. Check them out if you are in the area. They served this with "Bangers and Mash". Lovely.

    Recipe #27379

    6 Reviews |  By CCinSC

    This makes a large pan of cornbread with a kick! If you prefer a milder version just leave out the peppers. It's delicious either way.

    Recipe #27318

    Need I say more...CHOCOLATE! Decadently rich and moist. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you're in Heaven.

    Recipe #27144

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