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

    Recipe #247165

    From Murder on the Rocks by Karen MacInerney. I haven't tried this yet but it sounds good.

    Recipe #222789

    Chewy cookie bars with oatmeal and lots of chocolate chips.

    Recipe #216537

    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

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

    Recipe #211009

    Spicy, crispy and healthier than fried.

    Recipe #204124

    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

    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

    I got this from my aunt. My family is not usually a big fan of cauliflower but everyone goes back for seconds with this recipe.

    Recipe #146133

    I first made this chili during a snowstorm when I had to use what was in the house. It has become a family favorite. You can vary the spice by using hot or mild salsa instead of medium.

    Recipe #142428

    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 a light summer meal that you can also make with yellow or gray squash. I use Jimmy Dean turkey sausage crumbles to save time when I make this You can also stuff the squash in the morning and cover it without the water until the evening. I usually serve it with rice or pasta.

    Recipe #513914

    I came up with this recipe when I was looking for something different to do with boneless chicken breasts.

    Recipe #512394

    I came up with this as a lighter pasta to serve during the summer. I use Al Fresco Roasted Red Pepper & Asiago sausage but other flavors would work also.

    Recipe #501611

    I never really liked chicken salad since it was always bland. So I came up with an idea to add more flavor. Cook the chicken as directed since that provides the seasoning for the salad. Feel free to adjust the amount of mayo to suit your taste.

    Recipe #501610

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

    Recipe #360939

    This is an fast and easy recipe for a weeknight.

    Recipe #358269

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

    Recipe #353388

    I grew up eating Campbell's Scotch Broth soup but when I tried it as an adult it was lacking. So I came up with my own version. This is a hearty soup for a cold day. Note: I usually make this soup ahead of time so I can refrigerate it and skim off any fat from the lamb.

    Recipe #352705

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

    Recipe #346306

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