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    I just thought this up one day and fell in love with it.

    Recipe #353767

    This is a recipe I got from my sister in law. It would be very easy to change up the ingredients to your favorite pizza toppings.

    Recipe #331931

    This was in our coupon pack from the Sunday paper. Listed as a Campbells' recipe. We thought it looked so good, we made it for dinner and loved it! It would be very easy to add your own favorite items to the filling, like jalapenos or black beans. For the chicken, I used chicken tenders and seasoned them with salt/pepper/cayenne/chili powder, then sauted in a skillet with olive oil.

    Recipe #331926

    I'm getting ready to have this recipe that my MIL made tonight. She used to make it regularly when her kids were growing up. I'll rate it after dinner. :)

    Recipe #316315

    My honey and I go through stages of connoisseurism. This is the recipe my DH developed when we were in our Bloody Mary phase. We enjoyed these just about every Sunday one summer a few years back, during those Sunday brunches with the friends from the night before, where everyone is still a bit rumpled. I will sometimes rim my glass with Montreal Steak Seasoning, when I have it. (Similar to a salted glass for a margarita - do this BEFORE adding any ice or liquid to the glass.) Hope you enjoy as much as we do!

    Recipe #310535

    From the Florida Times-Union. My mother-in-law made these for a Memorial Day get-together and there wasn't a crumb left... She then made them for dessert for all the grandkids and the rest of us (10 in all)... and there wasn't a crumb left! So here's the recipe so that I can make them whenever I wish. These are GREAT a la mode. :0)

    Recipe #309793

    From "A Book of Favorite Recipes compiled by Highlawn Baptist Women of Highlawn Baptist Church" from about 1982. This was the cookbook from my Nana's church in Huntington, WV and my Nana gave two of them to my momma in her stocking, one for her and one for me, which my momma gave mine to me when I married. These really do make some great pancakes. The original recipe calls for all-purpose flour, but I've had great success with the whole-wheat. I've also successfully used this recipe for waffles.

    Recipe #306672

    This is a recipe that I developed one night when we were in the mood for tex-mex and pasta. This can be topped with shredded cheese, sour cream, diced avocado, or your favorite tex-mex toppers.

    Recipe #304921

    This looks just like a recipe I recently had at a potluck but didn't get the recipe. I found this on the Betty Crocker website. I hope it's a match. Make this hot and hearty soup the mainstay of a simple meal. Serve with whole-grain rolls or assorted crackers.

    Recipe #303868

    I found this on the Betty Crocker website and want to try it.

    Recipe #303836

    I was looking for a recipe to make biscuits for my dog and combined a few ideas to come up with this one. My dog is a big fan, hope yours is too.

    Recipe #269235

    I originally thought I would make Recipe #169212, but as I looked through the ingredients I had on hand, this recipe emerged. I hope you enjoy as much as we did. We served this with some rice pilaf and sautéed swiss chard and mushrooms. This could also be prepared using bone-in breasts to cut some of the fat. I've also made this with the skin removed, to help cut the fat.

    Recipe #269229

    I got this idea from the local supermarket weekly ad. I adjusted the spices used in this recipe to my liking. This seasoning mixture would also taste nice as a sprinkle on baked sweet potatoes or mixed into mashed sweet potatoes. Be forewarned, these have a bite to them. Use less curry and ginger if you're not fond of very spicy.

    Recipe #260050

    I put this recipe together as my own variation on a classic. It became an instant hit with the whole family, and has been requested for our regular rotation. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #260033

    From Food and Wine, June 2003. To be served with Recipe #243027.

    Recipe #243031

    From Food and Wine, June 2003: "In Greece (and in much of the Middle East and Asia), the meat of choice for grilling is lamb - either whole pieces or patties and sausages". Yogurt-Cucumber Sauce posted separately (see Recipe #243031).

    Recipe #243027

    From Food and Wine June 2003 To accompany Recipe #243013.

    Recipe #243015

    From Food and Wine June 2003

    Recipe #243001

    Recipe #242989

    From Food and Wine June 2003: "There are zillions of choices beyond the obvious tomato-and-bell-pepper combination. This grape-almond gazpacho from Cindy Pawlcyn at Mustards Grill in Napa Valley is fruity, savory and complex. I doubt cream cheese is classic, but it does give the soup quite a bit of body; toasting the almonds enhances their flavor." I have currently not tried this but wanted to keep it somewhere in case I might want to.

    Recipe #242986

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