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    I found this in the October 2007 edition of Cooking Light. The description says, "Rich salmon, coated in almond meal, acquires a toasted flavor reminiscent of browned butter. Serve with broccoli rabe, orzo pasta, and pinot noir." It is true about the browned butter taste.

    Recipe #393439

    Good applesauce is not hard nor does it require a lot of ingredients. I found this recipe in my old Betty Crocker cookbook. Strangely, I could not find this recipe anywhere on 'Zaar in the same proportions. This recipe is perfect everytime.

    Recipe #395732

    This is so easy and so good. We eat this about twice a month! I found this recipe in a local book called Beginnings, A Collection of Appetizers Presented by the Junior League of Akron.

    Recipe #186540

    I found this recipe in A Collection of the Very Finest Recipes Ever Assembled into One Cookbook. This recipe makes the best beer batter fish that I have EVER had! I use the darkest beer I can buy. I tried a pale colored beer once, and I didn't like it as well. You will no doubt enjoy this excellent batter!

    Recipe #178768

    Broccoli salad the way I like it!

    Recipe #327746

    My husband and I had our wedding reception at Bunratty Castle in County Clare, Ireland. We enjoyed a wonderful meal and medieval entertainment. These ribs were served at the banquet.

    Recipe #183486

    I found this recipe in Peter Reinhart's book American Pie. Put the garlic on top of a pizza (try #186393) for a special treat or freeze/refrigerate it to use in other recipes. Save the oil for salads and sauces.

    Recipe #186303

    I found this recipe in Great Good Food by Julee Rosso. I made this for the first time at Christmas 2005. Everyone loved it. It is rich, but tasty.

    Recipe #184236

    This dish is wonderfully simple and looks very elegant when served. You will impress your guests and family with this one. My step sister in law gave me this one. Thanks Diane!

    Recipe #186527

    I found this in my Pillsbury cookbook. It was originally Turkey Enchilada Bake, but I prefer it with chicken. It is flavorful, but not particularily spicy. If you want to save time, cook and cube or shred your chicken in advance. Also, the original recipe calls for regular sour cream rather than lite.

    Recipe #396704

    My sister in law gave me this recipe. It is pretty darn good. Thanks Janet!

    Recipe #186536

    This recipe came from my Pillsbury Cookbook. This has been my favorite way to eat chili since 1995. The recipe listed here includes my modifications. When in season, I have substituted the green chilis with a habenero and another time with a habenero plus 2 tabasco peppers. Both of these, especially the latter, made it a HOT chili.

    Recipe #395080

    This recipe is from Bon Appetite. It will remind you of a Derby Pie, but the company that makes the famous pie claims that their pie does not have corn syrup in it.

    Recipe #154623

    This cake is most, delicious, and it has a perfect texture. You can top it with powdered sugar or icing, if you like. We don't think it needs anything else.

    Recipe #311105

    I found this in my Pillsbury cookbook which is falling apart. The recipe calls for 1/2 c. sugar, but I think it is good with 1/3 c. sugar. Also see the vanilla variation that I posted.

    Recipe #390567

    These are quite addicting. The flavor improves after 24 hours. You can store them for about 2 weeks. I made these for Christmas 2005, and they were very popular. I found this recipe on allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #186461

    My favorite Aunt Peggy gave me this recipe. You must serve this at Thanksgiving and Christmas!

    Recipe #186016

    A very simple recipe from my Pillsbury Cookbook. I always double it, but the proportions below are as written in the cookbook. Also, I never pre cook my broccoli.

    Recipe #449371

    This comfort food will warm you up on a cold wintry night!

    Recipe #154453

    This oatmeal is so easy! I make it right before I go to bed, and I turn the crock pot off as soon as I get up. Everyone in my house loves it! Found this in 'Fix it and Forget it.' I also have to add in reference to some of the reviews, our family likes it mushy.

    Recipe #183497

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