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    Recipe #504915

    This is based on a sugar cookie recipe that I found through Pinterest (http://sweetopia.net/2009/12/sugar-cookie-recipe/). I really like the flavor, and for all that does spread a little bit (note: the more you work the dough, the more it spreads), it is my new favorite sugar cookie recipe. I especially like making half batches--just enough for two cookie sheets worth! I made a few modifications and made a few changes to the directions. Prep time includes chill time and cook time is for 4 cookie sheets. (As a side note, I really like the three stages of the recipe--10 minutes to mix, then chill, --10 minutes to cut out, then chill, then bake. With the breaks, I find it easier to fit this recipe into an afternoon playing with my children) Added here are the measurements for a 3/4 size batch, as I have found it helpful: 3/4 cup butter 3/4 cup shortening 3/8 cup granulated sugar 1 1/8 cup brown sugar 1 1/2 egg 1 1/2 Tbs vanilla 3/16 tsp almond 4.5 cups flour

    Recipe #499456

    This is a modified recipe from Food Network--and so super yummy and easy! I like to serve it on roasted asparagus (but have also served it on a bed of green beans or even peas) with a multigrain roll. This is easy enough for a weeknight and good enough for company!

    Recipe #498457

    This is a great stew for a cold fall/winter dinner. I think the leftovers are even better!

    Recipe #489358

    I love Italian beef sandwiches--especially if they are super gooey--and to me, this is just easiest when fixing them at home! I don't mind at all that I need to use a knife and fork! If you don't like them so wet, do not use all of the gravy that came with your Italian beef. Cooking time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #486237

    I modified this recipe from the "Coconut Pound Cake" recipe supplied by Nordic Ware with their castle bundt pan. The cake is way too light to be called a pound cake any more and isn't quite a sponge cake--but it is super easy, not too sweet, and makes a great sand castle!

    Recipe #484037

    This is kid-friendly and very easy! A good fall dinner.

    Recipe #480226

    3 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    I couldn't find a muffin that quite fit the bill for me, and so fiddled, combined, etc. and came up with this one. I hope that you enjoy!

    Recipe #458422

    This is based on a recipe from Better Homes and Gardens Ultimate Casseroles. It is a whilte lasagna and very tasty--a good non-meat dish for dinner, or even as a savory part of a brunch. I upped the seasonings and also made it easier--though it does take longer than the original, as I find that no-boil noodles don't cook enough unless they sit for a bit in the sauce before baking. This is a dish that needs to be made ahead. The cooking time includes the minimum refrigeration time.

    Recipe #450303

    I modified this from a Food and Wine recipe--and I think it is a keeper! We like to have it with grilled ham and cheese (or just cheese for Lent). I especially like this as the seasoning is a little different and makes a nice change from our usual split pea and ham soup.

    Recipe #443798

    This is a nice change from a standard cassarole--hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #438953

    This is a super easy main dish that even had my husband going back for seconds! I have also served this as an easy dinner for guests. I hope that you enjoy it!

    Recipe #408989

    My deli stopped carrying their ranch potato salad, so I needed to come up with one! This is a super easy potato salad--great for leftover boiled potatoes! (And no egg!) I also cheat and usually use the real bacon pieces from the store with dried snipped chives. I hope that you enjoy! Note: Cooking time is cooling time and does not include cooking the potatoes.

    Recipe #387497

    This does look like confetti--before it cooks forever--but there is still color left at the end! (This also works well using 2 red peppers instead of 1 red and 1 green, depending on what you like!) This is just-right spicy for us with some sour cream and cheese and a little corn bread. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #387169

    This is a recipe from LiveLob.com to use with their seafood cakes--we like it as something a little different from the usual tartar or cocktail sauce. I like it because it uses pantry ingredients (either fresh or dried chives works great). Note: The cooking time is the cooling time.

    Recipe #373151

    A lot of the flavor depends on the cure of your corned beef, but I have found this to be the most flavorful way to cook it (and easy too!) I hope that you enjoy! I do serve this with boiled new potatoes, but I boil them seperately so that I can use the leftovers for potato salad.

    Recipe #361730

    This is a recipe from LiveLob.com to use with their seafood cakes--we like it as something a little different from the usual tartar or cocktail sauce. I like it because it uses pantry ingredients (either fresh or dried chives works great). Note: The cooking time is the cooling time.

    Recipe #358891

    I finally had to try coming up with my own chili recipe--as I always seem to make so many changes to others! I hope that you enjoy! This isn't quite as spicy as I like it--but it is a good compromise for those who like and don't like their chili super spicy. Please add additional chili powder and chipotle sauce as you like!

    Recipe #352273

    2 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    This is a very easy recipe that I got from a neighbor--makes a great lunch with some soup or a salad! I think she said that she got the recipe from Pillsbury... which makes sense as this is a great way to use crescent rolls! I have made these as ham and swiss, turkey and swiss, roast beef and cheddar. There are so many options! Note: You can make these more of a meal sandwich (for the guys) if you use the large crescet rolls and double the meat and cheese for each sandwich. (So 12 slices of meat with 6 slices of cheese.)

    Recipe #351693

    This is a modified version of a recipe from "Classic Stars Desserts" by Emily Luchetti. The texture is very much like a ricotta cheesecake and is very good! I hope that you enjoy!

    Recipe #349841

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