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    Splitting and frying the sprouts takes much of the bitterness out of them. A creamy, cheesy way to get those who don't like them to eat them. A holiday staple in our house.

    Recipe #511228

    Whipped these up today to have for supper tonight! I looked for a recipe like this here and couldn't find one, so I made one. A nice way to mix up the zucchini bounty we all get in the summer. Presents well. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #180313

    3 of 4 food groups in one yummy potato.

    Recipe #155958

    Much better for you 'cause it's baked, not fried! Can be made the night before too!

    Recipe #155956

    Sounds like a great way to "spice" up and colour up cauliflower. Haven't tried this one yet but looking forward to doing so.

    Recipe #155954

    I just made this for the first time last night and what a way to have steak! My DH has diverticulitis and loves steak, not good, but this was a great way for him to get his steak fix with out having an entire steak. Don't be put off by cooking steak in a skillet, it comes out so tender and the sauce compliments it sooo nicely. I used tarragon in place of thyme (all I had) and it came out mouthwatering...literally! I served with Sandi (from CA)'s Herb Infused Red Potatoes and a salad and was surprisingly stuffed! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #155953

    Another calendar recipe I've torn and forgotten about until Zaar inspired me to dig 'em all out and post like a madman. This recipe attracted me 'cause the sauce isn't made with a hundred eggs, cheese and milk instead. Not a true Hollandaise sauce but sounds yummy all the same.

    Recipe #155950

    I got this off of a milk calendar, it sounds and looks devine! I haven't tried it yet but definately will.

    Recipe #155947

    This was adapted from a Cambell's Soup recipe. I started making my own sauce to cut back on salt and adding different ingredients to make it more.....me!

    Recipe #152973

    Cheesy sauce in meat and potatoes = Yum! :) Nice to eat after a day outside in the snow. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #152443

    This has evolved again and again and I finally think it's post worthy, lotsa veggies! It's a "busy" meal meaning you don't get much "passive" time but when you get to eat it, it's so worth it. Hope you enjoy. You can use any combination of veggies (canned and fresh) you like. Notes: It helps to partially freeze the steak first before slicing. Marinating is NOT included in cooking time.

    Recipe #152104

    I have been making this since I got together with DH. I don't remember where I got the recipe. My step-daughter and I make it together, it's one of our favorites, all-in-one pot! It's also good served in a bread bowl.

    Recipe #152097

    Yup, right from Sicily! She didn't (rest her soul) speak a word of english and my mom wanted her MIL's recipe soooooo she followed her around the kitchen with a pen and paper and here's what she wrote down. Note: I guessed at the equivalents of the dried, I read somewhere that 1 tbsp of fresh = 1 tsp of dried ... this is a nice base sauce for adding your favorite meats and veggies to.

    Recipe #151931

    A healthier alternative for it's chocolate cousin! :) A friend of mine gave me this recipe when I was just moved in with my DH and I had no cookbooks. These do come out very flat but really tasty. DH beleives nothing is good unless it's chocolate (when it comes to dessert) and often requests these. Hope you enjoy, I know we do!

    Recipe #151930

    I started throwing things in my new kitchen toy (Magic Bullet) and out came the best omelette I've ever made! All ingredients (except the eggs, milk, and spices) are optional, use whatever veggies and meat combinations you like. P.S. Don't be put off by the blending of your veggies, I always made mine with chunky veggies in the eggs (or into the center after cooking with the cheese) but I was in a hurry and these are really good! You can taste the flavors of all the ingredients throughout your omelette. A real tastebud sensation!

    Recipe #151479

    This is a nice sauce with a bit of kick but not too much. We have Friday night pizza night every Friday and when it got too expensive I devised this and haven't bought it again.

    Recipe #151379

    I created these one day for my kiddies when I couldn't find a recipe that fit my bill. They turned out great! Note: If you like fluffy pancakes stir wet ingredients into dry with a wooden spoon leaving some lumps (more lumps=bigger cakes), alternately if you like thin pancakes, like me, use your blender to mix all the ingredients at once and blend until smooth UPDATE: SEPT '07: For those who don't like really thick pancakes try reducing flour by 1/2cup and replacing it with milk, this will give a runnier batter and should give a thinner pancake :)THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS EVERYONE!!! (GOOD AND BAD, WE ALL LEARN FROM CRITISISM TOO ;) )

    Recipe #151328

    I wanted to have a "nice", romantic dinner with my DH and came up with this. It's handy because you can use your choice of veggies!

    Recipe #150997

    I came up with these one day, before I found Recipe*zaar, looking through 5 different cookbooks to get an idea as to how to make them and gave up when none seemed to be "THE ONE". Turned out great if I do say so myself and has left my entire family (extended family included) begging me for more! Tip: Blanch whole cabbage for 3 minutes days ahead of time wrap and freeze. When ready to assemble rolls plunge whole frozen cabbage into hot water and leaves will fall off nicely and be much more manageable!

    Recipe #150973

    I just made this one day. Started throwing stuff in my Bullet blender and "voila" a good sauce....and quick too. Note: I used a Magic Bullet Blender to make this. I'm not sure how conventional blenders would do with veggies but they could be hand chopped, it will add to total time though.

    Recipe #147724

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