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    By far the best tasting chili I've ever had! Easy to make and easy on the wallet. Sometimes I only add the one pound of ground beef and a extra can of beans to replace the sausage. And of course serve it with cornbread! Tip: If you don't like the acidy flavor/effect the canned tomatoes give off, when the chili (or any other tomato based sauce like spaghetti) is boiling, stir in a half teaspoon of baking soda. It'll bubble and foam up for a minute then disappear. It'll magically remove it. For me, it's a must!

    Recipe #337830

    My mom got this from an old Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. She under bakes them and they are rich, fudgy brownie perfection! Pull them out of the oven just when the toothpick comes out clean, no longer!! YUUUM!

    Recipe #335385

    From the NY Times. Eating this was the first time I'd had kale, and it was simply delicious!! The only change I had made from the original recipe is that I added lemon zest and it turned out even better! For the bread crumbs, coarsely crushed homemade croutons would work also. Instead of bread crumbs, you can use a nice thin slice of toasted country bread. Zaar wouldn't let me enter the word crusty/chewy country bread into the ingredient list. If you have a microplane, that works good for grating the garlic instead of finely chopping it.

    Recipe #311483

    My older sister gave me this recipe. I don't know where she got it from so she gets full credit. They are absolutely delicious! They are great snack to have handy. When I made them, I used cranberries and apricots for the fruit, and toasted walnuts for the nut. I toasted the wheat germ together with the oats. This is what she said when she gave me the recipe: "This is the basic recipe, but I added ground flax meal, and substituted the apricots with dried blueberries, soy milk for cow's milk, and vanilla extract for orange extract."

    Recipe #295464

    A wonderful light lunch or side dish. I even chopped up some chicken and mixed it in for a light dinner with crusty bread. Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentis.

    Recipe #243822

    I used to eat these in Japan when I was a child. It would come in either strawberry or mandarin orange. My mom would get these for picnics, or as a special treat. Great as a lunch, or a dessert, I suppose!! I don't know why we don't eat these here in the States, but we should start!!

    Recipe #236462

    In my opinion the most amazing breakfast bread ever! Also a very nice bread without the mango.

    Recipe #224029

    Beautiful to look at and tastes so heavenly!! Soft and cottony texture with delicate flavor. Not too sweet, but just right. This is 3 different recipes I put together and made my own. Surprisingly very easy to put together!!

    Recipe #216911

    This recipe is from Everday Foods. I just tried it out and it is SOO GOOD & crispy! I was impressed!!!! The recipe calls for bone-in legs and thighs, but I just used 4 breasts each cut into 3 diagonal strips.

    Recipe #208043

    This is a sandwich from a catering company I used to work at. Simple and so good!!

    Recipe #207678

    This is my own recipe. It is, as the name states, especially tasty,if I do say so myself!! The secret ingredient is Sriracha chili sauce. The chili sauce doesn't make the sandwich spicy at all, just adds flavor! When I make it for people, they say, "MMMMM!! What did you put in here!!??"

    Recipe #191389

    Saw this on Rachel Rey 30 min meals! She said that you can make the dressing with any jam you have. Haven't tried it yet but I plan to soon!!

    Recipe #190698

    Paula Deen recipe I plan on trying!!

    Recipe #189993

    From the Food Network

    Recipe #189664

    This is a Japanese style sweet and savory pumpkin recipe. Kabocha has slightly sweet taste, and it is cooked in many different ways in Japanese cuisine. For example, tempura is a popular way to cook kabocha. Cut kabocha into thin slices to make tempura. Also, simmering is a common way. Kabocha tend to keep its shape even if it's simmered. This is a great side dish to accompany a Japanese meal.

    Recipe #179549

    I just saw this recipe on her show, and had to try it out! It is delicious, refreshing, and brightens up any salad. Simple ingredients that you always have on hand. No need to buy premade bottled dressing when you can make it for cheap at home, and tastes much better!!!

    Recipe #176821

    Rachel Rey recipe. This was impressive, inexpensive, and delicious!

    Recipe #162498

    I recreated the Round Table pizza garlic chicken pizza. It's easy to have a gourmet pizza at home!

    Recipe #160506

    This is a Tyler Florence recipe. I tweaked it just a bit, and the results were heavenly. EASY EASY EASY! Tastes fancy!

    Recipe #158293

    from The Shun Lee Cookbook by by Michael Tong & Elaine Louie Makes 20 Dumplings, or 4 Servings Fried dumplings have legions of fans, but there is something soulfully satisfying about the simplicity of their boiled cousins. What gives character to these boiled dumplings is the wonderful dipping sauce, seasoned with spicy sesame oil.

    Recipe #411887

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