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    You're in for a treat here! I'm talkin' a one bowl deal!! These are great for any time! You can find these cookies usually by the ice cream isle, around where the ice cream cones and toppings are. If not, ask for them.

    Recipe #424121

    This is easy peasy cheesey and absolutely delicious! Sooo easy to put together, and this is definately a crowd pleaser! Those who claim to dislike hominy will be asking you for the recipe!

    Recipe #422469

    Here's a new take on an old favorite! This is delicious on pork chops, steaks, chicken, even fish!I have not made this yet, so I do not know how much it makes. I'm sure it must make enough for a couple of pounds of meat. The amount, therefore, will be a guestimate.

    Recipe #420772

    This is a great tasting, easy to make salad that goes well by itself or on tacos! You can even simplify things even more by buying the bagged, ready to go cole slaw mixes in your grocer's produce dept. Try adding some thinly sliced jicama! Source: Eating Well

    Recipe #420764

    Wow! Leave it to Eagler Brand to make such luscious and easy treats! This is so super easy! This recipe is not their Original Ice Cream recipe! The times are for prep. only. Soes not include chill time or freeze time.

    Recipe #420514

    This is great! Besides being delicious, everything's all wrapped up, chicken, sauce,even the celery! You can, of course control the heat by using more or less of the cayenne pepper and the hot sauce. You can use what ever brand you prefer. I love Frank's; it used to be called Durkee/Frank's RedHot sauce, but I think now it just goes by Frank's. I like to make up french fries and toss them into the wrap as well, there's an entire meal! I found this at Eating Well.

    Recipe #420504

    Sugar and apple pie spice coat dried berries, nuts and salty snacks for a crisp, sweet treat perfect to bag and bring. From Pillsbury, another fantastic recipe that's great for any time and awesome for the holidays! Dried cherries can be used in place of the cranberries or with them!

    Recipe #419579

    These are just plain deee-lish! From Kraftfoods, you can't go wrong with these! Creamy and rich, you can serve these for everyday, or for special times. The trimes do not allow for the 4 hours cooling time.

    Recipe #419416

    This is a copycat recipe, and a great one! This one has added toffee bits, a delicious addition that will have you going back for seconds! Eaasy to make, this one's a keeper for sure!

    Recipe #419235

    Thirst-quenching, refreshing, a snap to make, and you're gonna love 'em! This recipe makes one full blender, so for every batch of margaritas you expect to make, have these ingredients ready. The number of servings depends on the size of glasses you serve them in. For the sake of the computer, I'm going to say that it serves 4. You can eyeball the ingredients and see how many a batch will make for your own glasses.I used big glasses, and tripled the recipe!YUMMO! Source: Minute Maid

    Recipe #418183

    This is my favorite basic vinaigrette! I love the tang and brightness of the lemon and the subtle flavor of the Tarragon! They were made for each other! Feel free to add your favorite spice! This recipe makes 3/4 of a cup, so you may want to double it. Note:Be sure to prepare this ahead of time, the flavors need a few hours to meld. Please try to use fresh lemons, using the stuff in the lettle yellow plastic thing just won't give you the quality results.

    Recipe #418106

    If you like pimiento cheese, you'll enjoy this recipe. Keep the sandwiches well chilled so the cream cheese spread will remain firm. Sturdy, whole-grain bread works best, but a good rye would also be good. You could certainly use the full-fat cheeses. The time for draining the peppers and cucumber is noted in the prep. time. Source:Internet

    Recipe #418099

    This is a wonderful salad that will become one of your favorites! I like to make a meal out of it. This doesn't call for tomatoes, but you could put them in if you wish, and you can use red onion rather than the sweet onion. I like to use lemon juice with the olive oil occasionally. This is a very refreshing salad, great for before meals, or a quick lunch.

    Recipe #418095

    "A jazzed-up chocolate cake mix forms the layers that sandwich is a lemony cream cheese center in these bars." From Taste of Home by: Renee Schwebach

    Recipe #418013

    I love cabbage and you will too when you try this! Chopped cabbage cooked until tender in butter with a sprinkling of hazelnuts. Yummy! This goes with just about anything. Try it tonight! **In order to roast and peel the hazelnuts, preheat the oven to 400°F and place the nuts on a baking sheet. Roast until skins are dark brown, and cracked, and nuts are fragrant and golden brown, about 10 minutes. Remove from oven, and place hazelnuts in a kitchen towel, cover, and rub the skins off the nuts. It is fine if the skins don’t come off completely. Roughly chop the nuts, and reserve. Source: Adrienne Kane, Village

    Recipe #417612

    You will love this cake! It is chocked full of raisins and nuts, and it just spells d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!! Simple pantry ingredients. Note**Begin testing for doneness at 30 min.

    Recipe #417611

    This is comfort food to me! Wonderful flavors, aromas, and guaranteed to please! Fabulous for every day or for guests.Great served over pasta or parslied rice. Note**the computer will not accept my description of the chicken: you will need a 2 1/2-3 lb. whole chicken, cut up, with skin removed.

    Recipe #417337

    This is so pretty and festive, besides being totally delicious! Whip this up for your special Valentine! It's also great to have year-round!It's easy, it's yummy and your Valentine is worth it! I have found that at times Maraschino cherries are hard to locate, at least in the regular supermarkets. I have seen it in very large jars in some of the places like Sam's and Costco, but unless you have the need (and the room!) for this size, here's what you can do. Make a batch of simple syrup, and add some cherry extract, which you'll find in the markets on the spice isle,and if need be, add a couple of drops of red food coloring. For the simple syrup, there are several recipeds for it here at Zaar. You use the same ratio of water and sugar, 1:1. Just bring it to a boil and stirring constantly, cook it gently until it is thickened. Cool it and store it in your fridge. I found this on the internet by lady named Linda. The amount of servings will vary, depending on whether you put it in a mold, or serve it from a bowl. Should be around 3-4 servings.

    Recipe #417336

    This soup is great for just any day of the week, for soup or lunch. Really easy to make, and sooo good! I like to make a batch of corn bread to have with this.

    Recipe #417317

    These are delicious and easy to make, for one or for many! Very easy to put together, there are very few ingredients. You can also create some heat by adding a few crushed red pepper flakes in with the avocado mix.

    Recipe #417315

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