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    This recipe was shared with the Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine by the head chef of the Palomino restaurant chain. It is delicious! It is very similar to the crab dip at Kincaid's as well (they are sister restaurants). You could probaby cut the breadcrumb topping in half because there is always extra; or, you could use it for another delicious recipe! The recipe gives you the option of using fresh or dried herbs, which is helpful.

    Recipe #461823

    I make this sugar cookie recipe every Christmas with my family. My mom is a teacher, and she had a baker's daughter many years ago. The baker made these for a class party, and my mom loved them so much that she shared her recipe. The trick is not to overcook them. I always use almond extract because I think it gives a better flavor. I have also made them with royal icing, and they tasted equally delicious. It is all your personal preference. This recipe does make a lot of cookies, depending on how big you cut them, but they always go really fast. This recipe makes a soft, tender dough. The dough initially is sticky, so add flour as you roll them out- but remember, the more flour you add and the more you mix them, the tougher the dough. Enjoy them!

    Recipe #325024

    I found this recipe in Southern Living's Ultimate Quick & Easy Cookbook. My family LOVES it. It is very simple and quick, but it tastes delicious. I serve it with crisp baby green beans and various kinds of rice. In the past, I have added minced garlic and chopped parsley to the last cooking step (when you reduce the broth to make a light sauce). Enjoy!

    Recipe #317579

    I got this recipe from my sister. She always makes it as a Christmas gift each year. She puts them in small jars with a ribbon, and mine is always gone really quickly! I think it is a more upscale version--it is not syrupy sweet, but has a richer, more dense flavor. She got this from a magazine a long time ago, but I don't remember which one. Cooking time includes cooling time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314162

    I love this recipe. It is so simple, and yet, so delicious. I serve these potatoes with my Tarragon Cream Chicken. However, they are a delicious accompaniment to any meal. I took this recipe from Southern Living. It can be found in their Ultimate Quick and Easy cookbook. I generally do make a couple of changes- I add 1/4-1/2 tsp. salt to the garlic butter. I also often add minced fresh dill when I have it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314039

    My DH's aunt always brings these potatoes to every family function. They are a big hit. I asked for the recipe, and now I bring them to work functions. They are very simple, but are delicious. I don't like the olives on top, but my DH does. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314011

    This recipe came out in this month's Family Circle. I just made it, and I thought it was delicious. I used fresh peaches, and everyone thought it was very tasty. I don't know if I would call it a coffee cake or a cobbler. We ate it similar to a cake for dessert (in slices). According to Family Circle, "this fruit-filled dessert buckles as it bakes, hence the name". I used black raspberry preserves. I also used a bit more than the recipe called for- but this is just a personal preference. It was easier to just use the rest of an already opened jar. I ended up covering the edges with foil about 3/4 the way though its baking time because they browned a bit faster than the middle (like a pie). It thought it was almost better the second day when the cake had soaked up more of the fruit. It is SO GOOD! Try it!!

    Recipe #313985

    This is my go-to recipe when company is coming. Everyone who tries this chicken thinks it is absolutely delicious. I just love it! It is my favorite recipe to eat and to make. I serve it with a light salad, my Garlic Butter New Potatoes (also posted), and some lightly roasted asparagus. I have also used boneless, skinless chicken thighs in the past instead of the chicken breasts. This adds great flavor. I believe I made 5-6 thighs. I took this recipe from Southern Living magazine, and it is also in their Ultimate Quick and Easy cookbook. Enjoy!

    Recipe #313970

    This is my most requested recipe. We have it at every family function, and it always goes fast. I often double the recipe, making one really large cheese ball. I got this from my mother, who got it from an old cookbook. It really is simple and delicious. You will never want to make another cheese ball. Enjoy!

    Recipe #313968

    This frosting is sooo good. It almost has a whipped consistency, and it tastes absolutely delicious. I use it when I want a rich & smooth chocolate frosting. It is my "go-to" frosting, and my family is always asking me to use it. I cannot even remember where I found it because I have been using it for so long. I usually end up doubling the recipe, which is the perfect amount for a two-layer cake. The most important step is letting your cream cheese and butter soften. Enjoy!

    Recipe #192894

    This is a delicious breakfast treat that I make on special occassions or just because! It is very rich, but is soooo good. The recipe itself is from Sara Lee.

    Recipe #186901

    This sauce is fantastic and easy to make. A friend shared this recipe, and now it is the only one I use. The cream cheese is the secret, and it makes the sauce rich and delicious. It is not for people on a diet, and I make this for special occassions. My family is always requesting this sauce. My family loves rich food, and this recipe definitely meets that criteria. If you don't like your alfredo sauce to rich, I would suggest using another recipe or using regular milk. This is the best sauce I have ever had, so enjoy!

    Recipe #177021


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