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    A delicious cake roll filled with a fluffy cherries & cream filling! Prep time does not include chill time. Created for RSC #12.

    Recipe #317909

    A delicate, flaky phyllo crust filled with a lightly sweetened mixed berry cream. Created for RSC #12.

    Recipe #317894

    I created this recipe to go with meatballs & spaghetti noodles last night. It turned out very flavorful, not bland, & everyone was really pleased with it. I'd like to remember how to make it again sometime so I am posting it now. I don't pre-cook the onion & green pepper because we like them a bit al dente, but feel free to saute them in a dab of oil before adding the remaining ingredients. I hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #316734

    I've been making this dough for about 15 years by memory & I just recently came across what I'm pretty sure was the original written recipe. Turns out my memory isn't as good as the dough I've been making is. So now I'm posting my often used & requested recipe before I forget it. I use it for basic dinner rolls, sweet rolls, cinnamon rolls, savory breakfast pinwheels or for my taco ring. I don't usually measure the flour, but the noted amount is within about 1/2 cup more or less. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #293120

    A culmination of several recipes over the years, this is another delicious breakfast that is made the night before; sparing the chef from getting up early or messing up the kitchen first thing. Serving size is listed as 6-8, but I serve with bacon or sausage & possibly scrambled eggs so we usually get 10 servings out of it. Can also be halved & made in a 9x9 brownie pan to serve a family of 3-4.

    Recipe #292982

    A beautiful presentation for a dip, this is one recipe that always ends with a clean platter. This recipe is an adaptation over the years from an old southwestern cookbook (I don't know where it ended up, but it was one of my first ever cookbooks). This is one of the recipes I keep in my camping recipe book because it's so easy to make ahead & then plate when we're ready to snack. Cook time reflects marinating time.

    Recipe #292643

    A few drops of almond extract & some red food coloring will have them flocking to be your sweetheart.

    Recipe #286286

    Update: My recipe was just published in the Taste of Home Holidays & Celebrations 2011 Cookbook. Tangy & creamy, this artichoke dip boasts the colorful addition of sun-dried tomatoes. Serve with plain or multi-grain baked tortilla chips. Developed for Ready Set Cook #11 - January 2008 Update 2/27/2013: Thanks to Racrgal for a really productive conversation regarding making this recipe in advance. That led me to run a series of tests. *I made four versions and found that it can be made a day in advance and refrigerated before baking, or made months in advance; frozen and then thawed before baking. Both oil-packed and dry-packed sun-dried tomatoes were tested to make sure the oil did not cause bleeding during thawing.

    Recipe #283084

    This simple chicken salad is highlighted by the sophisticated taste of sun dried tomatoes & asiago cheese. Toasted pine nuts provide the crunch. This would be great on a bed of fresh spinach, in a panini sandwich or on sourdough bread. Developed for the RSC#11 contest.

    Recipe #283012

    This refreshing biscotti is brightened up by the beautiful colors of the blood orange. White chocolate & honey add sweetness. This recipe was developed as an entry in the Ready Set Cook #11 contest. I personally like my biscotti a little softer, so it can be enjoyed as a cookie by itself or for dipping in my morning coffee. For a crispier cookie, increase bake times 5-10 minutes each.

    Recipe #282983

    This recipe is the only one I've been making for more than 10 years. I get frequent requests to make it for get togethers or requests for the recipe. By posting it here I can easily share it with everyone who wants to make it.

    Recipe #280841

    I was browsing chicken & noodle recipes on Zaar, but there aren't many with homemade noodles & IMHO that's the best part. I am posting the current evolution of my mother's (my grandmother's) recipe before I start to forget it. The flour amounts are not specific because it's always different. I just add more as needed to keep the dough workable. Sometimes I use cans of herbed chicken broth or substitute seasoned salt for the regular salt. This is a recipe from memory & I am constantly making little changes to it, but it's always satisfying at the table. Comfort food at it's best. Simple, filling & especially good on a cold winter day. Don't let the length of instructions intimidate. This is very easy, I'm just very detailed. I hope you will give it a try.

    Recipe #280784

    The crock pot & your favorite bottled BBQ sauce or my recipe for Recipe #277503 makes cooking up these delicious sandwiches very easy. The meat is tender & practically shreds itself. I've been making this recipe for 20 years & always get rave reviews.

    Recipe #278814

    The only barbecue sauce I use, for everything from shredded pork loin or ribs to thin sliced ham sandwiches or shredded beef. Often served with chilled potato salad & fresh homemade dinner rolls to mop up the sauce (if not using the meat in a sandwich already).

    Recipe #277503

    My DH always raved about my mom's pasta salad until I found the inspiration for this recipe in TOH June 2002. Now he doesn't like it any other way. I have modified the original recipe over the years & now need to post it here for safe-keeping because the clipping is falling apart. UPDATE: May 2010 - I'd like to add that this recipe has now been tested with gluten free pasta and turkey bacon and was just as delicious as the posted recipe. Keep in mind though that a little extra mayo was needed with the GF pasta. :)

    Recipe #276772

    Inspired by an April/May 2003 Taste of Home recipe, and adapted to fit our tastes, these have been a big hit around here & DH's work.

    Recipe #266233

    DH loves to put ranch dressing mix on his popcorn, so when we carved pumpkins & planned to roast the seeds he suggested ranch. I didn't find a recipe for it so I made two other flavors & then winged it for the ranch. We really liked the flavor.

    Recipe #262312

    I found the basis for this recipe on All Recipes.com, posted there by Jani. I liked the idea but felt it needed some changes to fit my family's taste. It's a sweet, pumpkin pie spiced flavor with a hint of salt that we really enjoyed. I'm posting my version here for safe keeping because we all want to make this again next year.

    Recipe #262233

    This is a recipe adapted from a friend i knew in the mid 80's. The original recipe included chopped tomatoes, but i found the dip too soupy with them. I leave out the tomatoes and serve with salsa instead. This is also really great the next day if you leave out the lettuce as well. Adding browned and drained ground beef to the beans will make this a meal.

    Recipe #47176

    The original version of this recipe comes from the Dec/Jan 1997 issue of Taste Of Home magazine. I have since added the sage flavored sausage, and will either skip the mixed nuts or add only pecans. I get wonderful compliments on this stuffing every time i serve it, and the best compliments are when i'm asked to share the recipe or bring the stuffing to the next holiday. Be sure to use 3/4 light rye to 1/4 dark rye, or substitute all light rye, so the rye doesn't overpower. In this combination the flavor is not too strong, just enough that friends and family recognize it as something extra special you've done with your dressing. We've also been successful making this recipe gluten free by using gluten free white bread, broth and the regular flavor of Jimmy Dean Sausage.

    Recipe #45463

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