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    From Cooking Light. It's actually somewhat "light" in calories until you top with ice cream or whipped cream...

    Recipe #377192

    More sweet goodness from Southern Living. Although a candy thermometer is recommended for this recipe, if you don't have one, you can follow the directions and go by time and color.

    Recipe #377189

    Fudge-y, chewy, and delicious. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #377187

    This is another recipe from the Luau article in Sunset's June 2009 issue. The suggested servings for 12 people is for finger food portions allowing 2 6" skewers per person; for a main dish you can use larger skewers and it will serve 4-6 people.

    Recipe #376855

    This is from Real Simple magazine, and it is, well, really simple!

    Recipe #376098

    This is from Sunset Magazine's June 2009 issue, in a Luau recipe feature. They suggest serving this addictive dip with potato chips. For best flavor, this recipe uses a sweet onion such as Maui, Vidalia, or Texas 1015.

    Recipe #376096

    This is another delicious cake from the Cake Mix Doctor's Chocolate book. Since it stays in the pan, it's easy to take to a potluck. Everyone will ask for the recipe. The frosting is divine; good enough to eat with a spoon.

    Recipe #368166

    This is from the Cake Mix Doctor's Chocolate book. Dark, rich, and no-fail since it starts with a mix.

    Recipe #368082

    This dish is truly spectacular, perfect for a birthday, anniversary, Mother's Day, or any other special brunch occasion. My hubby discovered it in The New Basics Cookbook by Rosso & Lukins a few years ago. He had forgotten to get reservations at my favorite restaurant for Mother's Day brunch so he made this instead. It was better than my favorite restaurant! The original recipe says it serves 4. But it is very rich and it's enough food for 8 if you're serving with a side of fresh fruit. That cuts the calories and fat in half.

    Recipe #360581

    A friend brought a big pan of this to a potluck and I HAD to have the recipe to make for my family. It is so yummy and creamy that it's hard to stop eating. We like it as a main dish with a salad, but you could serve it as a scrumptious side dish. These are directions for the full batch which will serve a crowd. It halves easily.

    Recipe #360528

    Chocolate-y peanut-buttery goodness! These bar cookies will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth! I found this recipe in America's Test Kitchen's Family Baking Book. I wanted to make their Recipe #343983 but didn't have unsweetened chocolate on hand, so I decided to try something else for my chocolate-peanut butter fix. The Test Kitchen suggests letting the blondies cool for 2 hours before removing from the pan. Ha ha - as if anybody could wait that long! They are also most delicious when slightly warm. So I wait only 1 hour, just enough time for them to cool and firm up a bit before removing from the pan.

    Recipe #359922

    This refreshing salad from Threadgill's brings back fond memories of iced tea, live music, fried catfish, and other delights from the Austin, TX restaurant. The dish can be served as a side salad, or, for a low-calorie lunch, serve on a bed of lettuce with some tomato wedges sprinkled with salt & pepper. I clipped the recipe from the Austin American Statesman many years ago. The original called for fresh parsley, but I like it with the dill.

    Recipe #356923

    Sweet, sugary, buttery goodness in a pan. This recipe is from Marsee Baking Company in Portland, Oregon. When we lived in that area, we used to pick wild blackberries and I could make this delicious dessert at a very low cost. It was heaven. The original recipe called for marionberries, but they are interchangeable in this recipe. I have never tried using frozen berries for this, so I recommend fresh.

    Recipe #355871

    Sweet, buttery, lemony goodness! This is a decadent, impressive cake for special occasions or just because you love someone! My hubby requests this for Valentine’s Day and anniversaries. I made it for my mom’s 70th birthday celebration. It’s that special. But it’s easy to make, too. The only tricky part is splitting the 2 cake layers into 4. Even if you don’t get it done perfectly (and my layers are sometimes a bit uneven), it will still look and taste great. The cake layers and frosting are from two different Cake Mix Doctor recipes. I put them together with the raspberry filling. Don’t even think about ruining the cake by using raspberry jam with seeds.

    Recipe #355182

    We eat this for breakfast whenever we have leftover rice. It's so simple and tasty. You can use plain rice (and we often do), but we especially like it with leftover Recipe #37782. I think it's best with homemade salsa, or a fresh salsa purchased from the refrigerated section of your grocery store. The best thing about eating salsa at breakfast, is that it changes the way your coffee tastes! Something about Mexican breakfast and coffee are so right together. Ingredient amounts are per person; you can easily scale to the number of servings for your family.

    Recipe #354859

    One of my favorite vegetarian/vegan meals. It's wonderful served with a green salad and soft flatbread. I've provided directions for both stovetop and crock-pot cooking methods, although I originally found the recipe in Judith Finlayson's 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes.

    Recipe #351925

    Peanut butter + chocolate = delicious! From America's Test Kitchen, these are a variation on their basic "lunchbox brownie." Dense and rich and peanut-buttery. This makes a small pan (8x8) so it will be gone quickly. :)

    Recipe #343983

    A wonderful festive salad recipe from Penzey's spice catalog. The cranberries and dressing can be done up to 2 days in advance so assembly is a snap.

    Recipe #339983

    This recipe is from Whole Foods. It's refreshing in the summer, but great for the holidays, too, because of the spices. It's very quick and easy, but make it well ahead of the time you want to serve it so it can chill.

    Recipe #337853

    Another great recipe from an older Penzey's spice catalog.

    Recipe #337619

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