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    This is a nice, fruity punch that is so simple to prepare and it is good any time of the year, not just for special occasions or gatherings. For presentation, slices of oranges and/or bananas floating in the punch bowl look nice, or you can place an orange slice, banana slice or a piece of pineapple on the rim of the glass.

    Recipe #383836

    I always seem to have barley left over from other recipes I've made, and this is a good way to use it. If you can find freshly-picked corn on the cob from a farmers' market or roadside stand, it really adds a lot to the taste of this recipe; however, store-bought corn on the cob will also work well. Note: The times below do not include the chilling time of 1-8 hours.

    Recipe #383835

    I came across this recipe in a copy of Good Housekeeping. Although I haven't tried it yet, it looks like it would be a really tasty and refreshing fruit/veggie salad.

    Recipe #383832

    This recipe was developed by Jamika Pessoa, one of the finalists on "The Next Food Network Star" television show. She prepared this dish for the editor of Good Housekeeping, along with the panel of weekly judges, and her recipe won top honors in this particular challenge.

    Recipe #383829

    I found this recipe on the back of a Dole pineapple juice can. DH and I really enjoy it and it makes a super-quick healthy drink any time of the day.

    Recipe #383827

    This version of Beef Florentine used chuck patties instead of steak, which makes it easy and quick to prepare. It goes well with a fresh salad and garlic bread or rolls.

    Recipe #383646

    I found this recipe in Good Housekeeping magazine -- I love cappuccino, but don't have it a lot during hot summer weather, so when I saw this recipe I had to try it. It's refreshing, delicious, and a drink I've made many times again. (I have listed the time for making and chilling the coffee as the preparation time, although I usually make a potful of double-strength coffee in the evening and keep it in the fridge. It can be stored for up to 2 days.)

    Recipe #381642

    This is the butter recipe we use to dip our steamed artichoke leaves in -- terrific! (This is supposed to serve 4, but we use a lot on each artichoke leaf, so for us it only serves 2.)

    Recipe #381560

    This is a superb entree to make for a special dinner -- my whole family loved it when I served it for Christmas several years ago. I have since used the sauce several times with chicken and it worked perfectly with that also.

    Recipe #381508

    Ripe and juicy apricots flavored with just a hint of cinnamon and baked in cream -- what could be more heavenly?

    Recipe #381503

    Mmmmm -- nothin' better to go along with a weekend breakfast like some warm, gooey, doughy and sweet beignets. We eat them with 10x sugar sifted on top, but some people like pouring cinnamon-maple syrup over them. This is the easy way to make them -- it uses no yeast because it's a "quick bread" variationl

    Recipe #381502

    This bread was a winner in Pillsbury's Bake-Off Contest #36, in 1994. The prep time also includes the time needed for the bread to rise.

    Recipe #380650

    This is a recipe I am transferring here from an old handwritten recipe card. I have no idea where it came from, but I have made it many times over the years and we really like it. (There are several recipes for Cajun pork chops here, but the dry rub mixture in this recipe has different ingredients.)

    Recipe #380095

    My husband wasn't sure he would like a stew with chickpeas in it, but he pronounced this "very good," so I've made it again several times and he always gives it a thumbs-up.

    Recipe #380093

    This was a real hit when served at a party last week; if you don't like your drinks to taste too strongly of liquor then this is for you!

    Recipe #380087

    What could be simpler than this recipe? I like to serve it with rice and an Asian vegetable mixture (I get mine from the frozen food section of my grocery store).

    Recipe #380067

    Combining Catalina dressing and orange juice always add a delicious taste to meat, poultry, etc., and this recipe is one an especially good one. The preparation time includes the 1 hour needed for marinating.

    Recipe #380063

    The raspberry and red pepper flavors in this dish really complement each other. This recipe is quick to make and cook, and tastes good when served with rice and fresh green beans.

    Recipe #380060

    I've tried many recipes for Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing, but none including shrimp. It looks really good, and the addition of a chopped peach makes this a recipe one I'll be interested in trying this summer. Note: Prep time does not include the time for cooking shrimp if using fresh instead of frozen pre-cooked shrimp. Also, the recipe calls for microwaving the bacon and also the dressing mixture. I'd just cook the bacon, and the dressing mixture, in a sauté pan on the stove.

    Recipe #379947

    My son, Jeffrey, found a little vegetarian café near his college and took me there. I've now become addicted to their food and especially love their paninis. I saw this recipe and it looks like it will be very similar to a panini they make.

    Recipe #379939

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