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    I always make this with cranberries but it could be made with almost any dried fruit. I adapted this recipe from a recipe in a mystery book by Joanne Fluke. This recipe can be doubled to make a 9 x 13 inch pan of cookies.

    Recipe #140050

    This is served all over Bermuda. It calls for Gossling's Black Seal rum. If you can't find that use another brand of good dark rum.

    Recipe #214584

    This is an fast and easy recipe for a weeknight.

    Recipe #358269

    Chewy cookie bars with oatmeal and lots of chocolate chips.

    Recipe #216537

    Spicy, crispy and healthier than fried.

    Recipe #204124

    Baked squash sticks seasoned with spices and parmesan cheese. You can also substitute a small japanese eggplant for one of the zucchini. Nice with an onion dipping sauce.

    Recipe #234197

    From Quick and easy Recipes by Mark Bittman I haven't tried this yet - posting for safekeeping.

    Recipe #247165

    A local Afghan restaurant serves this with dinner. Light and refreshing. Time does not include time for the salad to chill before serving.

    Recipe #176800

    This serves 16 as an appetizer or 4 as a main course. This can be done on the grill also. Time does not include marinating time. From the Texas Beef Council's website.

    Recipe #223054

    This is an easy weeknight recipe that we make often. I use fully cooked sausages - either Brats or Kielbasa.

    Recipe #360939

    A tasty way to cook cauliflower. This was adapted from Cook's Illustrated The Best Vegetable Recipes

    Recipe #353388

    I got this recipe from a mystery book by Phillip R. Craig. The chicken practically falls off the bone. It has become a family favorite.

    Recipe #139823

    I grew up eating my aunt's chestnut stuffing every Thanksgiving. I couldn't find a recipe that came out like hers so I created my own using StoveTop stuffing mix. You can roast and peel your own chestnuts or, they can be purchased already roasted and peeled at many oriental markets or in a jar at some supermarkets.

    Recipe #140091

    This is from the British Trout Association. I haven't had a chance to try this yet but it sounds good

    Recipe #346306

    From The Best Recipes in the World by Mark Bittman. I haven't tried this yet - posted for safekeeping.

    Recipe #247497

    From Murder on the Rocks by Karen MacInerney. Serve warm over pancackes, french toast or ice cream.

    Recipe #222839

    Very easy with lots of flavor. I usually serve this over spinach sauted with garlic. The prep time includes 30 minutes for the salmon to marinate.

    Recipe #147410

    From Remedy magazine. I often serve this as a bed for baked or grilled salmon

    Recipe #211009

    This recipe was adapted from a book of soup recipes. Even my friends who don't like squash eat this.

    Recipe #150516

    This is from Stir-Fries Best-Ever Wok and Pan Recipes. If you can't get fresh sugar snap peas use either thawed frozen ones or snow peas. corected for the missing amount of soy sauce.

    Recipe #179656

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