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    Got this one off a box of barley. The original recipe was just "Hot Barley Casserole" so I added a bit to it. Nothing fancy here - just yummy chicken and good chewy barley. The original recipe didn't have much in the way of seasonings - I usually add some thyme or sage or other herbs.

    Recipe #198460

    From the Joy of Cooking. I know there are lots of sour cream coffee cakes out there, but this one is slightly different in that there is no butter in the batter. This goes together very quickly, just like the name says, and when it is warm, the texture is just wonderful.

    Recipe #198440

    I don't drink coffee, but I love these muffins. They are full of coffee and chocolate flavor, but not too much of either. From the Frog Commissary Cookbook.

    Recipe #198431

    This is one of my old stand-by recipes from the More with Less Cookbook. It's a good one for those nights when I don't really feel like cooking. I suppose this is meant to be a side dish, but I always up the amounts a bit and serve it as a meatless main dish. The original recipe calls for the addition of dill seed and chives, but I never use them for our family.

    Recipe #198430

    From Bernard Clayton's Complete Book of Breads. This is beautiful to look at and delicious to eat. It is always a big hit wherever I take it. Prep time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #198419

    Yet another scone recipe, I know. This is from the Vegetarian Epicure - called simply Cream Scones originally, but for the purposes of this site, I thought my new title was more descriptive. These are just wonderful.

    Recipe #198416

    This is my mother-in-law's recipe and as far as my husband and son are concerned, it is the most important part of thanksgiving dinner. It's nice to serve this in a glass bowl to show off the festive red color. Preparation time does not include overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #198011

    I was in the mood for pineapple and wanted to make some muffins and found few such combinations on this site. I did a quick search and found this on About.com, under the heading Southern U.S. Cuisine, from Diana Rattray. I really liked these, they are flavorful and not overly sweet. I thought they might need a little something and I added some allspice, cinnamon and nutmeg to the topping.

    Recipe #195793

    This recipe is an adaptation of Argentine Spinach Pie from the More with Less Cookbook. The original recipe is made with swiss cheese and no corn, but I love corn and spinach together, so I added it in here. I also prefer the cheddar-jack combination for the cheese.

    Recipe #195667

    This is for when you want to make a recipe calling for chocolate cake mix and you don't have one on hand. Found on Recipelink.com, originally from Make Your Own Groceries.

    Recipe #192437

    I see all these cool recipes using cake mixes and I usually don't have any on hand. I found this recipe on Recipelink.com, where it is credited as being from Make Your Own Groceries. I've used it, and it does the job! There is another cake mix recipe on this site (#182515), but I thought I'd go ahead and post this one since it is slightly different (it's made with shortening, so it can be made ahead and stored in a plastic bag) and it also includes notes for variations. I'm posting a recipe for a chocolate cake mix as well.

    Recipe #192436

    This is an adaptation of a recipe I found years ago in Bon Appetit. The original version was way too greasy for us, but I knew it had potential. I haven't tried any variations yet, but I'm sure diced canadian bacon or other flavors of cheese would be good as well. Prep time does not include chilling in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #191308

    This is a tasty and colorful meatless meal. It has several ingredients, but is easy to put together on the stovetop. It's quite low in fat if you use the reduced-fat forms of the dairy products. This is adapted from Cook It Light by Jeanne Jones.

    Recipe #188997

    This comes from The Book Lovers Cookbook. It is easy and attractive and tastes great. This recipe makes two tarts.

    Recipe #188522

    This is a super easy recipe I got from the Philadelphia Inquirer years ago. Chicken cooks up really moist. This is simple and leaves room for variations, like marinating the chicken, adding vegetables under the potatoes, etc. I have used the marinade from Recipe #176182 and it worked nicely; I also added some shredded carrots in with the chicken.

    Recipe #188501

    This is a fun and flavorful recipe I got off the side of a box of frozen phyllo dough. The recipe has good flavor, but is not particularly spicy, so feel free to kick up the heat to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #188496

    This is a flavorful soup with wonderful texture from 1000 Lowfat Recipes by Terry Blonder Golson. Just a touch of sausage adds a lot of flavor.

    Recipe #188495

    An attractive and yummy combination from the Frog Commissary Cookbook. Though I've never tried it, this would probably work with shrimp as well.

    Recipe #188389

    This great dessert is from The New Vegetarian Epicure. I've used it with several combinations of fruit - basically whatever I have on hand - and it's always been good. While the apple and pear combination is excellent, I've also had great results with mixed berries (strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, cherries). An easy dessert with ingredients you probably have on hand.

    Recipe #188388

    These are great! They are indeed quick for yeast rolls (with just one rising) and they're really soft and tasty. From The New Vegetarian Epicure. Prep time includes rising.

    Recipe #188387

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