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    I love gnocchi, and found this on another website. Chef's Tip: Add Cream to sauce to add richness and/or add vegetables of choice to sauce and/or add sautéed chicken strips to sauce.

    Recipe #264811

    I created this recipe for the Pillsbury Bake-off and did not get the call! It is a nice Fall dessert, so I thought I would post it and let you be the judge!

    Recipe #263666

    An orange-flavored balsamic dressing lends refreshing flavor to baby greens and apple slices. Recipe from Better Homes and Gardens

    Recipe #263618

    A farm-girl friend of mine taught me how to make applesauce about 10-years ago, and recent trips to a local orchard brought all her teaching back to me. This can be made with a food processor, but I love the way the Foley Food Mill separates out the peel and strains to sauce to the perfect consistency. I think it is a must have kitchen utensil that can be passed from generation to generation! I choose Empire apples because they have a perfect texture for sauce and the sweet-tart taste I love! (If not using the Foley Mill, I suggest peeling and coring before cooking. You won't have to pick out the peels later then. You can either use a food processor or just a potato masher depending on how chunky you like your sauce)

    Recipe #257525

    As the weather starts to cool, I am always ready for a good soup. This is a wonderful Fall (or holiday) soup recipe, with just a tad of heat and a very elegant presentation. Either bake your own seeds, or buy them pre-made in the peanut isle.

    Recipe #255110

    Full name: Morton's the Steakhouse Chopped Salad With Hearts of Palm, Artichoke Hearts, & Blue Cheese. Found this on another website courtesy of Morton's Steakhouse, and it sounds absolutely yummy! Posting to try later and hoping I won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #254790

    This is similar to another posted recipe, but not exact. Be sure to use regular peanut butter — not old-fashioned or freshly ground — for the best consistency in the cookie batter and the filling. If you like more filling, just double up that portion of the recipe.

    Recipe #251805

    Found this posted on another website, and posting it to make later. It comes from the Chef at Buca, and seems easier than my family recipe for this Zuppa.

    Recipe #250345

    Boy is it hard to find an eggplant Parmesan recipe that is not breaded and fried. This is a recipe I created to accomplish just that

    Recipe #244876

    I found this recipe on another website and made it for dinner. It was absolutely fabulous! Make sure you use a dry white wine, and the red pepper flakes should be adjusted down if you don't like things spicy! My husband shared leftovers with co-workers the next day and they gave it rave reviews as well!

    Recipe #244028

    I started making a posted recipe for taco dip and realized it was different than I expected, so I adapted it to make this recipe. Party guests raved about the flavor and asked that I post this.

    Recipe #237002

    I just dug up this recipe again; it was an old time favorite way to welcome a warmer day! This recipe is non-alcoholic, but it can be easily adapted into an adult beverage.

    Recipe #228890

    The Certified Angus Beef Company is based in our small town. They employ lots of great people, and have wonderful suggestions for fabulous ways to use the product they market!

    Recipe #228393

    Recipe #227408

    This is the actual Macaroni Grill recipe for Carmela's Chicken Rigatoni. At home, I use a combination of olive oil (2 T) and butter (4T) instead of butter flavored oil (less overall as well). In addition, I use Kittencal's recipe for caramelized onions http://www.food.com/recipe/kittencals-caramelized-onions-89007.

    Recipe #226968

    I have never tried a dish at East Side Mario's that I did not enjoy. Found this one out surfing the net and tried it. It was a nice alternative to a traditional Chicken Parmesan, and the sauce would also taste lovely over grilled chicken. *If you would like to spice this up a bit, add the optional crushed red pepper. *(Spicey option added based on Sam#3's review July 2008)

    Recipe #226967

    I was looking for recipes for a Cinco de Mayo party I am going to tonight, and found this one. Posting it to test out later, should be good -- Martha usually knows what she is talking about!

    Recipe #226457

    I found this recipe, and posting it to try later. It sounds fabulous!

    Recipe #222771

    This original recipe did not call for meat, but I suggest you add about a cup of diced cooked chicken or pork, and a tablespoon of sesame oil to the mixture before you bake it. I have also used fresh, sauteed mushrooms instead of canned and they taste great.

    Recipe #217858

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. Full-flavored jalapenos stuffed with cool cream cheese and deep-fried in a cracker-crumb coating. Serve with sweet jalapeno jelly and sour cream. Its important when you make these that you allow time for them to freeze.

    Recipe #217666

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