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    My ten-year-old niece made this for me while I was visiting, and I was quite impressed! I immediately asked her for the recipe. :) This is a very simple, but very good smoothie recipe. I add a bit more cranberry juice because I prefer a less thick smoothie. I appreciate that I can control the amount of sugar I consume, depending on the type of cranberry juice. When I use a completely natural cranberry juice, I add honey or agave nectar. When I use a sweetened cranberry juice, I omit the addition of honey.

    Recipe #238433

    Found this in a Texas Highways cookbook. I use Jumex brand of apricot nectar, which can be purchased in the Mexican aisle of just about any grocery store.

    Recipe #274597

    I found this recipe in a Boar's Head publication at my local Kroger's. The purpose of this publication is, of course, to get you to use the Boar's Head products listed in the ingredients. This recipe calls for Boar's Head Bacon, Boar's Head Crumbled Blue Cheese and Boar's Head Golden Classic Oven Roasted Chicken Breast. Feel free to use your favorite brand of bacon and blue cheese. For the chicken, you can dice a couple of boiled chicken breasts. Whatever works for you. If your local grocery store deli does carry Boar's Head, you should definitely try the Aroastica Chicken. It is awesome!

    Recipe #246869

    Unlike most Chinese Cabbage Salad recipes, this one doesn't call for Ramen Noodles. If you like them in your salad, though, they can certainly be included. Taste the dressing as it's being prepared. You may want to add a bit more of something, depending on your taste.

    Recipe #245812

    I don't remember where I found this recipe, but I'm deleting some of my documents in Word and transferring them to recipezaar. Taste the filling before continuing with the recipe. You might like extra sugar and vanilla extract.

    Recipe #275584

    I found this recipe in a Texas Highways cookbook. My family has always made agua fresca de melon, but never with limes.

    Recipe #274606

    When I come home from work, the last thing I feel like doing is cooking. Sometimes it's so tempting to just pick something up from a fast food restaurant. These wraps, however, come together so quickly and effortlessly that I make them often. They taste better than fast food meals and they're much better for you too.

    Recipe #202983

    This recipe comes from one of my favorite food blogs--coconutlime.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #275643

    I found this recipe in one of my hometown newspapers when I went home for Christmas. It won 1st place in a cookie contest held by the paper. I haven't made these yet, so the yield is just an approximation. Once I've made the cookies, I'll update the recipe.

    Recipe #203282

    Amy Sedaris, so I hear, sells her cupcakes in New York City bakeries. I found this recipe for Amy's cupcakes on the web, but I don't remember where. This was my first time making cupcakes from scratch and I have to say, I was quite proud of the results. I gave them away to friends and family, and everyone loved them. March 2, 2011 Hi, guys! It was several years ago that I found and posted this recipe. Since then, Amy Sedaris has published a cookbook which contains her recipe for vanilla cupcakes. It's not the same as this one. :( Like I said before, I don't remember where I found this recipe, but I remember that the person who posted it was very certain about it being Amy Sedaris's recipe.

    Recipe #181181

    I don't remember where I found this recipe, but it had been in my recipe box for quite awhile and I finally decided to try it. The original recipe makes 10 to 12 servings, so I kind of eyeballed the ingredients and measured to my liking for approximately 6 servings. I love mushrooms, so next time I make this I'll add another package. I added 2 tbsp of brown sugar because I like a slightly sweet tomato sauce. Feel free to omit it if you like your tomato sauce as is.

    Recipe #243523

    This recipe comes from the July 2004 issue of Pillsbury Bake-Off.

    Recipe #245805

    This recipe is from The River Cottage Family Cookbook. I've changed it slightly. The original recipe calls for 8 pork sausages and a 14 ounce can of plum tomatoes. I use a pound of regular bulk sausage and a can of Italian or garlic flavored chopped tomatoes. (Use whatever flavor sausage and tomatoes you like.) Also, the original recipe says to let the stew simmer for one to two hours. The most I've allowed it to simmer is 30 minutes. It's a very, very good stew.

    Recipe #202544

    This recipe comes from the book 'Living the G.I. Diet' by Rick Gallop. The original recipe calls for a cup of canned stewed tomatoes, but I substitute a cup of canned Italian style diced tomatoes.

    Recipe #213841

    I found this recipe in a Pillsbury Bake-Off publication. I don't cook very frequently but when I do, this recipe is one I make often. My family loves it. Don't overmix as this can cause the chicken and pasta to disintegrate. Also, I double the amounts of taco seasoning, whipping cream, parsley and Parmesan cheese. I find the original amounts (which is what I listed) too dry. I like my pasta creamy.

    Recipe #195703

    I haven't tried this recipe yet. I found it on the internet, but I don't remember where.

    Recipe #275748

    I was leafing through some old magazines at the library and I found this recipe. I haven't tried it yet, but once the temperature starts cooling off, and I can use my oven again, I'll be sure to make it.

    Recipe #245809

    I think I found this one in a Louisiana Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #275637

    This comes from the book I Like You by Amy Sedaris.

    Recipe #274644

    This is simple to make, but very good. A friend of mine, who is a vegetarian, gave me the recipe.

    Recipe #177367

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