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    Simple recipe for tri-color pasta salad. This recipe uses fresh mushrooms, onions, green peppers, etc. You can alter this recipe to suit your taste. Sometimes I throw in a chopped cucumber or broccoli florets. You can add diced pepperoni or baby shrimp. Great for summer picnics & BBQ's! Note: I use 1/2 to 3/4 cup of the prepared Good Seasons Italian dressing made in the cruet - depends on how many vegetables I add in on how much dressing I use.

    Recipe #380021

    Yes, there are many ambrosia recipes out there... I'm only posting mine here for safe keeping & for when I'm asked for the recipe after bringing it to a party/gathering... Don't get me wrong, it's very tasty & I'll mostly only prefer the taste of mine, so if you try it, I hope you enjoy it :-)

    Recipe #377433

    Ohhhh Yummm - nothing beats a cobb salad to me so this sandwich is a real treat. This recipe uses sliced breast of chicken or turkey cold cuts from the deli-counter, however, you could omit this if you like just the salad portion. I also use Italian soft sliced sandwich bread from the bakery but you could use any bread or rolls you like. I also say super easy in the title as I buy the pre-cooked ready bacon that I just heat in microwave & try to keep at least 2 hard boiled eggs on hand in advance - now I see you can buy them pre-made in the grocery store. Onion and salt/pepper & other ingredients are optional to taste.

    Recipe #376762

    This is a pretty simple Taco Pie recipe... tastes great as listed using refrigerated cresent rolls, but you could also you a pre-made pie shell as well. You can play around with ingredients to your liking as well. I have used rinsed & drained black beans, drained whole kernal corn, etc. This is fantastic served alongside some homemade guacamole and Recipe #313521 - perfect for Mexican night in. As an FYI: I happen to use Tostito's corn chips in the recipe, I've also made it with Frito's, but Dorito's seem to burn. * Note, I brown the ground meat with 2 teaspoons of refrigerated chopped garlic because the Italian in me just can't brown meat solo.. :-)

    Recipe #376539

    A fabulous white pizza... again, four cheeses are used (grated parmesan, provolone, ricotta, & mozzarella) as well as fresh broccoli florets. You could substitute with spinach if you like, but we LOVE this recipe as is... I buy the pre-made pizza dough from my grocery store to save time, but you could always make your own of course. Also, I use MILD provolone - it's pre-packaged & pre-sliced think it is Belgioioso brand. Note: I use the 12 oz. bag of "Broccoli Wokly" which is already cut into florets - I steam it according to the package directions first in the bag & use the full bag on the pizza.

    Recipe #362563

    One of my favorite pizza's to make - and it's so easy. I use pre-sliced mild provolone from dairy section or deli. Ease comes from using pre-made pizza dough that I get from the supermarket, however, you can of course make your own. Also, I only recommend using the fresh basil - it gives the best flavor to this pizza.

    Recipe #358128

    This is a pretty tasty recipe for warm lobster dip. Again, as in title, you could substitute with crabmeat, sea legs, or tiny baby shrimp if you like. I happen to mostly use my "leftover" lobster tail or claw meat when I make this. I have a great 1 qt. chafing server with a tea light beneath it that I usually prepare this in. Serve with pita chips, crackers, baguette slices, or vegetables. You can make this thicker or thinner depending on the amount of half & half and sour cream you use - prepare as you like.

    Recipe #355964

    Very easy quick meatloaf recipe. I make many varieties of meatloaf... sometimes the Italian with breadcrumbs, garlic, eggs, etc... This version is a tasty quick BBQ recipe that is great for busy nights or dinner in a rush. Sometimes I put the remaining BBQ sauce right on the loaf prior to putting it in oven if you like it a little hardened. For easy clean-up, I use a baking sheet lined with parchment paper that I spray lightly with Pam Olive Oil spray.

    Recipe #351755

    I've been making these for years now. Everyone always loves them. They are super easy. I know there are a few other recipes out there for these cookies - most use almond or candy bark... these use the "candy melt wafer discs" from craft stores, candy shops, or Walmart Craft Dept., I also microwave the candy melts instead of using a double boiler. Plus, these candy melts come in many colors to suit your needs - think pink candy melts with pink M&M's for October Breast Cancer Awareness, white on white for Bridal Showers... They are so pretty for the Holidays - you can decorate these with any color sprinkles, candy M&M's, I've even used Hershey's Hugs mini-morsels.. the possibilites are endless, just make to suit your occasion... great with bright sprinkles for birthdays, or pastel M&M's for Easter, etc. - have fun! Also good for bridal or baby shower take-home goodie bags. Note: I always use the MINI M&M over the regular size just not to overpower the cracker flavors... just an FYI...

    Recipe #344989

    This is one of the best Tiramisu Martini recipes I have tried - some were way too bitter, some way too sweet... this one is really just right - at least in my taste...

    Recipe #326817

    Okay, I have made this in the past for "Mexican" night & poker nights... but then we had this again a few weeks ago at a friends party and just had to post the recipe for easy access & safe keeping. There are several recipes out there for this casserole, but they are all different. This one has no eggs (which seems to be hard to find) and uses only 5 ingredients. It's so easy to make but always a crowd pleaser - try it at a BBQ, alongside chili, or as a Holiday side-dish... ** NOTE: The consistency is supposed to be like a spoonbread, it is a casserole, not like cornbread you would cut into pieces -this is like Chi Chi's corn casserole they served on the side. PS- I make a double batch & bake in a 9x13x2 casserole dish. Lastly, if you add about 3/4 cup of sugar to this, you could serve it as a dessert :-)

    Recipe #313521

    This is a terrific recipe for "hooch" party punch. This drink is reminiscent of something you'd have on a booze-cruise in the Islands or something. It's fruity and contains rum and what could ever go wrong with that??? This recipe is great for large crowds or a summer party, picnic or BBQ as it makes a good amount. This recipe is compliments of my dear Sister-in-Law who serves it in one of those big orange Gatorade jugs with a spigot at every summer gathering - think they also whip up a batch to bring out on the boat too... It's good stuff, I'll say that! ** Note: you may see white flaky tiny specs in the punch from the Coco Lopez - that is normal ** Also, you MUST use Sailor Jerry's Spiced Navy Rum, it's what makes it. Sailor Jerry's is a 92-proof blend of Caribbean-style rum with hints of vanilla, lime, cherry, cloves, cinnamon and other spices." You must also use Goya brand nectars as listed below. Enjoy!! :-)

    Recipe #310583

    This is a very easy homemade recipe that has all the traditional tastes of Italy. It's a Penne Rigate dish with Roasted Red Pepper, Artichoke, Onion & Garlic Puree. I happen to love this and so does DH. You have to like roasted red pepper to enjoy this recipe to the fullest extent. It's so simple to prepare as most of the prep is done with a food processor or blender for the puree then you just serve it over your favorite pasta - we like it best over Penne Rigate, but any pasta will do. ** You could also stir in some cooked shrimp or cooked sliced sausage if you want a more hearty dish **

    Recipe #310194

    This is a simple but fabulous recipe for a Dessert Bruschetta using Strawberries. Of course, you could substitute for blackberries or blueberries, or any other fresh berry you like. It is served on Cinamon Raisin Bread Toast Wedges over a layer of Mascarpone. I must give credit where credit is due, I believe this recipe came from an episode of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" - I got the idea from there, then made the recipe to my liking as the show didn't provide recipes or ingredient amounts or anything from shows.

    Recipe #309423

    Good dish to please people with. DH loves it, friends & family love it, finally getting around to posting. There are several recipes for Orange Glazed Chicken out there, but this one uses the chicken in bite-size pieces like you would get at a Chinese restaurant rather than a glazed chicken breast recipe. I also have the luxury of having one of those electric fry-grill pans from HSN and that is what I use every time I make this. Serve over white or brown rice or egg noodles. Sometimes I even stir-in fresh broccoli florets that I've steamed while the chicken in simmering. Prior to serving you could sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds if desired.

    Recipe #308490

    A very delicious and moist Strawberry Bundt Cake. You could certainly make this with strawberry glaze or plain sugared glaze if you wanted to, or even just dust with powdered sugar, but my favorite is the lemon glaze topping as it offsets the sweet strawberry flavor perfectly. This cake is very pretty and goes well for brunches, dinner parties, think pink events, etc. Also, the recipe is for a Bundt cake, but you could easily make a layer cake using two 8" round cake pans instead then use a frosting. ** Note: my oven is gas and cooks quickly, you may need to cook a little longer depending your oven, but basically cake is done when toothpick comes out clean.

    Recipe #308487

    These are a very easy thumbprint cookie to make as they use a packaged cookie mix. They look pretty around the Holidays. You can use green drizzle (made with the white chocolate chips in recipe with added green food coloring) with the raspberry jam & they look great or even use colored red or green sugar. You can also use apricot or any other flavor jam you desire in making these if raspberry not your thing. Got the recipe from Shoprite website and have been using it ever since.

    Recipe #307814

    These are very easy chicken & cheese burger patties. You can use either ground chicken or turkey meat. These grill up great outdoors on the BBQ or inside on the indoor grill. My husband and I love serving these on a bun coated with BBQ sauce & a handful of "French's" fried onions and we top them with a slice of american cheese too - they are perfect that way. PS: These are super to freeze, I make a fresh batch of either chicken or turkey & always freeze about 6 or so patties. I wrap them individually in Saran Wrap, then put all 6 either in a tupperware container or a large freezer zip-loc bag as in photo.

    Recipe #306506

    These are delicious tiramisu cupcakes. They are relatively easy to make as they use a boxed cake mix. Read recipe in entirety first - it sounds more complex then it actually is. You can decorate these to be quite elegant & fancy in presentation for Brunches, Bridal showers, or whatever suits your needs. These sell at gourmet bakeries, coffee shops & cafe's for a pretty penny. Note: I do use mascarpone to make these as that is more traditional, but you could substitute with plain cream cheese if needed. Also, I do use cupcake liners because I think they present better. Lastly, it's best to prepare mascarpone filling & chill about 4-6 hours in advance or night before. FYI: You can fill the cupcakes by using a icing decorating (piping) bag filled with the mascarpone filling or use an old fashioned ketchup or mustard plastic bottle with nozzle point tip << yes, those ugly yellow & red things :-) *** Update: some of you contacted me about skipping the pastry bag step, that's completely fine, what you need to do is leave room when filling cupcake wrappers by not filling all the way, after cupcakes are baked, you poke the holes & do the liquid coffee over top of poked cakes, then just top with the mascarpone layer (make sure it's chilled well as it thickens) then just use the cream cheese frosting on top of that & top with chocolate shavings.

    Recipe #304982

    A very moist & decadent white bundt cake made with cream cheese. I use buttercream frosting from Recipe #299827 to decorate or you can just use a glaze or dust with powdered sugar if you like. Presents well for Holidays, Brunches, Bridal showers, etc.

    Recipe #304179

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