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    1 Reviews |  By Lindi

    A wonderful way to make plain chicken breasts into an eating experience. Thick, sweet 'n sour, orangy, delicious! I found this on a bottle of vinegar, who knew chicken could be this good!

    Recipe #42024

    13 Reviews |  By Lindi

    These are about the only brownies I make anymore. I found this in a flyer from Cooking Light Magazine. They are light and delicious.

    Recipe #29153

    2 Reviews |  By Lindi

    I discovered this in an old cookbook on a scrap of paper. It's so easy is almost like cheating! It's so delicious, everyone asks for the recipe and can't believe how simple it is.

    Recipe #23378

    5 Reviews |  By Lindi

    Crunchy chinese noodles and marshmallow make the cutest little nests for your Easter table. Try one at each place setting. Kids will really love them!

    Recipe #23150

    I threw this together one night when I was sure exactly when my husband would be arriving home from work. It actually sat on the stove for a half hour and surprisingly was really delicious. The seasoning isn't too intense but you can always up the spices if you like a spicier dish.

    Recipe #22346

    1 Reviews |  By Lindi

    I found this recipe after my mother passed away and we moved into my childhood home. I remember her making it, but didn't remember just how good it is. It's the best banana bread I've ever had.

    Recipe #20937

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