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    Mom's favorite caregiver made this for us---truly evil good!

    Recipe #494417

    I was looking for an idea on using the packaged chicken strips my mom had on hand and found this recipe on the Perdue website. I tweaked it a little and found it delicious. Hope you like it as much as we did! Cooking time equals chilling time.

    Recipe #488681

    This came on a Publix Apron's Simple Meals recipe card as an accompaniment to recipe #464355. I got to try them one day when they were doing the demonstration in store. I'll be making them soon! Hope you enjoy them too!!

    Recipe #464356

    I haven't made this (yet), but at Publix grocery stores (FL, GA and SC), they have a feature called Apron's Simple Meals and they provide recipe cards and have a kiosk where they cook a different meal idea each week. I don't live in FL any more, but while I have been down visiting my mom, this was the feature. It tasted very good. The cilantro/jalapeno hummus may not be available everywhere as it was their deli brand, but I'm sure you could use a variation.

    Recipe #464355

    I made this tonight from the April/May 2011 Taste of Home. It was submitted by Aysha Schurman. She stated "Marinated artichokes, celery and sweet green pepper are wonderful additions to this hearty spaghetti sauce. Make sure you wrap up leftovers--this tangy sauce is even better the next day." I will add that I could not find marinated artichokes in my small town grocery store, so I just used a can of non-marinated ones for an acceptable substitute. I also had a hard time finding sun dried tomatoes. If you can get them already cut up, I'd recommend that. I wound up leaving mine in pretty big hunks and they were ok. I also recommend spicy Italian sausage.

    Recipe #452206

    This recipe was in the April/May 2011 Taste of Home. The original had 8 oz cream cheese, but I used a small chunk of local goat cheese instead. I also left out the shallots since I didn't have them. It was delicious! The recipe was submitted by Barbara Estabrook and she said about it "A lovely vinaigrette coats this green salad that's tossed with tomatoes, olives and marinated cream cheese 'croutons.' I freeze the cream cheese for 45 minutes or so to firm it up. This makes it easier to cut into cubes."

    Recipe #452203

    This is from the Dec 2010/Jan 2011 Simple and Delicious magazine, submitted by Nancy Zimmerman of Cape May Courthouse, NJ. She writes "As special as Christmas morning itself, these fluffy pancakes are drop-dead gorgeous, ready in just minutes and brimming with sweet, tart and tangy flavor. Seconds anyone?" I have yet to try these, but hope to soon!

    Recipe #450059

    I got this basic recipe from Dec 2010/Jan 2011 Simple and Delicious magazine. It was submitted by Sarah Gilbert of Beaverton, Oregon. I doubled her original recipe and made a few changes based on what I had on hand and it was delicious! If all pepper Jack cheese seems too spicy for you, it would be good with 1/2 pepper Jack and 1/2 Monterey Jack, I think.

    Recipe #450055

    This was in the February 2011 Martha Stewart Living magazine. I hope to try it soon as DH LOVES peanut butter and chocolate. Additionally, the magazine talked about letting the hot cocoa cool slightly and making it into hot cocoa ice pops by pouring the liquid into molds. I definitely want to try that!

    Recipe #446631

    This has been my favorite meat loaf recipe for years. It's from Nathalie Dupree's cookbook "New Southern Cooking" which I got from my mom many years ago. It is a great reading cookbook, but this is my favorite recipe out of the whole book. She says: "Here's my mother's time-honored meat loaf recipe." Serve it hot with mashed potatoes and English peas, or cold for sandwiches." The sauce is a bit different than the typical plain tomato or catsup on top, but I love it! I will add we love it in Recipe #258703 for leftover meatloaf chili

    Recipe #446578

    I got this from a pamphlet from Chex at the Taste of Home Cooking School. I am hoping I can try it before this Halloween! The sprinkles are listed in the recipe as Betty Crocker orange and black candy decors.

    Recipe #440311

    I received a pamphlet from Kitchen Basics Stock called Healthy Cooking with Stock at the Taste of Home Cooking School recently. I hope to try this recipe soon as the weather gets cooler. DH loves cauliflower and white cheddar, so it seems like it will be a hit. Let me know how you like it if you try it before me!

    Recipe #439100

    Another recipe from the Taste of Home Cooking Show. This one from Campbell's Soup. Haven't tried it yet, but it looks good!

    Recipe #439097

    I got this at the Taste of Home Cooking School on a card from the American Egg Board. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks quick and easy.

    Recipe #439095

    I got this on a card at the Taste of Home Cooking School. It's from the American Egg Board and I'm putting it here for safekeeping. The card says that you can bake these and refrigerate and rewarm in the microwave to an internal temperature of 165F.

    Recipe #439092

    This is from Trisha Yearwood's 1st cookbook, Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen that she wrote with her mom and sister. This is my husband's favorite broccoli salad. Trisha says "This is great served with barbecued pork ribs or prepared to take to a covered dish supper, because it's sturdy enough to stand at room temperature for a while without wilting. It also adds great color to a picnic spread." I've entered it as written, but we like to use red onion and golden raisins. Preparation time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #435188

    I don't know where I got this recipe, but I've had it for years and we always enjoy it. The onion, sharp cheddar and Worcestershire sauce gives this a nice bite. I often use 2% sharp cheddar cheese and skim milk and the taste doesn't suffer, so feel free to use the lighter options if you would like to. Also, the original recipe says to use grated onion, but I don't ever go to this much trouble opting instead to just use my food processor to chop them finely. I often add ham and/or vegetables to make a one dish supper.

    Recipe #431608

    I think I got this from a Stove Top ad or box. Either way, we enjoy it very much served with a green vegetable for an easy weeknight supper.

    Recipe #415117

    I got this a while ago from a Light and Tasty magazine and it quickly became a favorite. We have it a lot over cauliflower or broccoli but it would be good over roasted meats as well.

    Recipe #414985

    I cut this out of either a copy of Light and Tasty or Simple and Delicious years ago. We enjoy this with simple roasted meat, but I can eat it on its own as a main dish.

    Recipe #414724

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