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    Needed a quick & easy weeknight meal. This is adapted from an old Taste of Home magazine. The chicken is tasty & juicy, with a nice crunchy crust. You won't miss the skin! ETA -- some say this is too bland. The ranch dressing is not enough seasoning. I do add season salt to taste (Nature's Seasonings) to the bread crumb mixture for more flavor. Hopefully as a cook, you will know what to add to suit you and your family's taste.

    Recipe #42603

    2 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe was printed in our local paper. I was looking for recipes to use the soup bones I got when purchasing a side of beef from our local farmer. This is thick and rich and so easy to toss in the crock pot. Set your bread-maker to be ready when the soup is done, and dinner is served!

    Recipe #42600

    3 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This moist and not-too-sweet dessert bread is great for snacking or for a brunch table.

    Recipe #42592

    7 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    I got this recipe from another Zaarite who just didn't have the time to post it (and that time is NOW!). With Sherry's kind permission, here is a recipe that she says "it's fun to watch them eat it and THEN tell them it's not apples!".

    Recipe #38717

    5 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    My husband raved about this soup after tasting it at a local deli. This is my version, which he says is very close. It is thick and satisfying, and alot easier to prepare than lasagna!

    Recipe #38391

    1 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    Spicy, tasty, heart-warming.

    Recipe #33782

    4 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    Quick & easy picnic salad - very colorful on your plate. The dressing is very tasty. Adapted from Taste of Home's Country Cooking 2001. Hey - sometimes I only have minutes to prepare a quick from-the-pantry take-along (I can't be alone here!!).

    Recipe #29125

    This fresh-tasting salsa recipe is great to have when your garden is booming! Popular & versatile, it is a difficult recipe to get down on "paper" as I never really make it the same way twice. Always a hit on the deck in the summer!

    Recipe #27921

    66 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe will tempt those anti-zucchini eaters! I could eat a whole pan myself! Have had this recipe for 20 years. Can be made ahead & baked before serving.

    Recipe #27193

    1 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe is being posted in response to a recipe request for Thai appetizers.

    Recipe #24957

    1 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe is from "The Food Of Asia" a really beautiful book published in 1998. I have not tried this recipe - it is being posted in response to a recipe request for Thai appetizers.

    Recipe #24933

    5 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    I got this recipe from Starkist Tuna, and it makes a tasty, quick & easy soup.

    Recipe #24852

    3 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe is as old and basic as you can get. Add onions, bacon, parsley, etc. to the dough as you like. Comfort food - my grandmother made these often

    Recipe #24673

    This is a nicely seasoned soup - add more cayenne or jalapenos if you like hotter foods. Next time I make this, I am going to double the recipe, as the reducing stage removes alot of the "soupy" part that I like, but really causes the flavors to come out!

    Recipe #24392

    This one is "rockier" due to the walnuts! Got this recipe from my Jazzercise instructor. It is super-simple & no baking involved. You gotta love chocolate to enjoy this one!

    Recipe #24238

    7 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This has a unique flavor and is an easy dish for a summer picnic. Great when the cukes are bursting out of the garden!

    Recipe #24090

    2 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    Another great way to use up that leftover ham. Simple & satisfying.

    Recipe #23645

    3 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe is being posted in answer to a recipe request. Some of the ingredients and directions are unusual, so trial & error may be in order here! Sounds very spicy to me.

    Recipe #23269

    I've had this recipe since the early 70's. There is something about the blend of flavors that I like - maybe it's the Vermouth!

    Recipe #23077

    11 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    You can keep a batch of these in your freezer for unexpected "drop-ins". Great summertime cooler!

    Recipe #22911

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