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    The easiest, no brainer, divine oven fries around. Simple ingredients, delicious taste. Simple, to die for fries.

    Recipe #298862

    An UNBELIEVABLE NY recipe from Sheila Lukins' book, Celebrate! I love this recipe- as does everyone who tries it. The tomatoes are such a fresh compliment, the olives are nice and salty and the tang of the balsamic is just divine. You will certainly, absolutely, without a doubt, LOVE this steak!!! *Note, in her book, Sheila Lukins recommends broiling the steaks-- we love to grill them, but do your magic to the meat and enjoy it how you like it!

    Recipe #298858

    The most unbelievable beans you'll ever try. Fantastic with chips or alongside your favorite tacos. Yummmmmm.....

    Recipe #298725

    Stirred, not shaken variety of what is perhaps the classiest cocktail of all time.

    Recipe #294058

    A delicious, easy, foolproof recipe from Martha Stewart's Living magazine- February, 2008 edition. (You don't even need a roasting rack!)

    Recipe #294056

    This NON-EDIBLE recipe is named after the strange material that falls from the sky in Dr. Seuss' book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck. It's a really fun recipe to be used as a science experiment of sorts with young children. ----Is it a solid? ---- Is it a liquid? **It's a liquid until pressure is applied. Hit it hard and it feels like you are hitting a wall! Touch it gently and the material will flow around your fingers like water! **Have fun using different utensils to play- see what form it takes while using different cups, spoons, bowls, etc. HAPPY PLAYING!

    Recipe #289923

    A fun, kid-friendly version of green eggs and ham to enjoy while reading the ever-so-famous Dr. Seuss' book, Green Eggs and Ham. A great recipe to share with your child's classroom teacher or to cook with your child. Enjoy!

    Recipe #289917

    I found this recipe in March, 2008 edition of Food and Wine Magazine. I am a Meyer Lemon enthusiast and cannot wait to try this fantastic sounding recipe. - I have never made homemade gnocchi before (LOTS of steps, but looks like a fun/rewarding experiment!), so if anyone tries this before I do, please share your thoughts! Enjoy! *A potato ricer is needed for this recipe.

    Recipe #289114

    YUMMMMM..... I found this recipe in this month's (February, 08) edition of REAL SIMPLE magazine. These nuggets not only look super delicious (and healthy!) but also look REAL(ly) SIMPLE to make! I can't wait to try them!

    Recipe #287470

    A delicious base to a variety of Vietnamese style soups. Recipe from, Cooks Illustrated Soups and Stews. Soooo good. ***A Wonderful base used in my Vietnamese-Style Beef Noodle Soup or my Hot and Sour Noodle Soup with Shrimp and Tomato.

    Recipe #284710

    A slight variation on a vodka/soda.... just has a splash of cranberry and a bit of fresh lime. Premium vodka is key. Enjoy!

    Recipe #281336

    THE meal of my childhood.... Easy pressure-cooker soup/stew that is delicious for the whole family.

    Recipe #281222

    From the "Working Stiff Cookbook".... so decadent and divine. Unbelievable pasta with a rich, creamy sauce. A must try!

    Recipe #279179

    A great, savory meal found in 'The Working Stiff Cookbook'.

    Recipe #279063

    Ok, southern secret to this pie.... limeade!!!! I know it sounds ridiculous, but the end result is pretty darn delicious. So super easy to make. (**Time noted includes chilling pie overnight.)

    Recipe #279058

    My dad's favorite thing to eat in the world. My grandmother has been making this pie for so many years and it has been a favorite of many, many people. This recipe was published by her church's cookbook- The Cherokee Hills Baptist Church, Cookbook IV, Our Favorite Recipes- Women's Ministry, 2007.

    Recipe #279046

    This recipe provides a lovely crispy outside and is fantastic with your favorite rice pilaf. **Update... the "crust" will almost look burnt... don't be alarmed, the dark, crispy bits are delicious!!!! So, so, so good!

    Recipe #278933

    Great on broiled or grilled salmon..... shrimp??? chicken??? beef??? Oh, the possibilities!

    Recipe #278931

    Perfect for crudite or good ol' potato chips.

    Recipe #278919

    My grandma lives in OKC and is a southern cook, through and through. This is a SIMPLE recipe that is so delicious and comforting. -If you like, you could add fresh veggies like broccoli or green beans just before baking.

    Recipe #278917

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