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    Another great recipe from the Silver Palate. I lived in Greece for four years and dolmades were one of my favorite foods. These are delicious hot or cold. Get your family to help you roll these up - it's fun!

    Recipe #218745

    These are delicious with macadamia nuts, but are also very good with the more traditional pecans or walnuts. This recipe is less sweet than some muffin recipes - which I think makes them perfect for breakfast. Try them plain, or cut in half and toast in a toaster oven with butter.

    Recipe #218474

    I adapted this marvelous recipe from a Lorna Sass cookbook. It's delicious warm, so if you're in a hurry you can serve it right away.

    Recipe #218465

    This is a delicious, easy, homemade mac & cheese recipe. I originally found it on a freezer-cooking website. But I could never freeze any of it - it gets eaten too fast! It's great for potlucks; kids and adults all love it.

    Recipe #218459

    This is used in Mexican cooking - I like it as a very rich sauce for enchiladas.

    Recipe #218458

    This is a yummy way to eat spinach - even my kids will eat it. It is adapted from the "Fix it & Forget it" cookbook.

    Recipe #198470

    These are adapted from the El Paso Chile Company's cookbook. They are incredibly good and are my favorite late-night snack.

    Recipe #198467

    This is my favorite, fruity, cranberry jello recipe for the holidays.

    Recipe #197475

    This recipe is from Threadgill's restaurant in Austin, Texas. The grits are cheesy and delicious. It's Southern cooking at its best.

    Recipe #195701

    This recipe is from Threadgill's restaurant in Austin, Texas. It's the most delicious way to serve spinach! I've found it freezes very well after baking - I spoon 4 servings into quart-size freezer bags. Then when I want to serve, I let it defrost in the fridge for a day, spoon it into a microwave dish and reheat. It's just as good as the first time around.

    Recipe #195699

    My mom always made this when we had company. Any leftovers are superb on toasted bagels the next morning!

    Recipe #195430

    Yummy variation on party mix. For garlic and dill lovers. You can substitute Chex corn or rice cereal for the Crispix - I decide between Chex and Crispix based on what's on sale. NOTE: Based on feedback received, in Jan. 09 I reduced the amount of garlic powder to 1/2 tsp. It is still plenty of garlic flavor but not as overpowering. :)

    Recipe #195174

    This is addictive, and easy to make. You can make substitutions based on your own preferences. For example, I have used Captain Crunch Peanut Butter cereal instead of the Cocoa Puffs. You could substitute Cocoa Crisp cereal for the Rice Krispies for an even chocolate-ier taste.

    Recipe #195052

    If you're looking for an update to the classic green bean casserole, this is it. It's very fresh tasting. Adapted from a Penzey's spice catalog from several years ago. The cooking sherry is optional, but it really adds to the flavor.

    Recipe #194688

    I got this recipe from a dear friend. She always brought poppycock over for special occasions, then she moved away so I was on my own! It's so easy but impressive - adults and kids alike are addicted.

    Recipe #194683

    This recipe is so easy because you don't have to cook the rice first. My whole family loves it.

    Recipe #192661

    This cake is very moist and the flavor can't be beat.

    Recipe #192391

    I discovered this recipe while searching for a clone of the cranberry bars from a famous coffee house. These are nothing like those - they're better! I found this recipe in the December 2003 issue of Good Housekeeping.

    Recipe #191271

    These sweet potatoes are slightly tart - the addition of dried apricot puree is a unique and delicious twist. This recipe comes from Gourmet magazine (Nov 1994)

    Recipe #191266

    These are a different twist on holiday sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #191265

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