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    Looking forward to trying this one and wanted to save it first. I think we'll try it as a crock pot recipe as i've had lots of success roasting chickens that way. The recipe comes from Spark Recipes and looks yummy as well as healthy (go figure). Prep time includes marination overnight in fridge. :) Crockpot would be 8 hours on low rather than the 5 hours in the oven.

    Recipe #288694

    I snagged this recipe from my mother's recipe box This is by far and away my favorite dessert my momma made when I was growing up. A word of warning: the recipe says 6-8 servings, but I'd suggest 10-12 servings because it's soooo rich! Here are my mom's notes & the recipe. January, 1985 - Bon Appetit Page 8 - RSVP I think I have finally tasted the ultimate chocolate chip cookie; funny thing is, it is not a cookie at all, but a pie - the chocolate chip pie served at the Whiffletree Inn in Ilion, New York. I would be willing to bet that I am not the only Bon Appetit reader who woud like to know how this dense and chewy treat is prepared.

    Recipe #287149

    Anyone from Nebraska should know this recipe. I got this particular one from the Minnesotans for Nebraska website. If you don't know what a Runza is, I suggest you either get on the next plane to Nebraska or make this recipe! Prep time differs on how you make your bread.

    Recipe #80204

    Why anyone would make Stove Top after making this, I just wouldn't understand. I made this recipe over 6 years ago and couldn't believe the ease or how it tastes! It's a Thanksgiving tradition now. I'm not a fan of apples baked in foods, but the sweetness of them is so good and gives the dish a great color. The recipe is from a cookbook called "Treasury of Christmas."

    Recipe #77874

    This is a traditional German dish which I have been cooking for almost 20 years. I found it in my mother's cookbook "Cuisines of Germany" and pretty much have it memorized now. Don't let the ingredients fool you - it all comes together well and is quite tasty. I serve it usually with a salad and turnip mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #441418

    I love my Ziploc steam bags and we use them all the time for fresh veggies. I like to branch out and collect recipes for them for other menu ideas as well. Here's steak tacos. Looking forward to the reheating possibilities. :)

    Recipe #285255

    Convenient omelet recipe made with my favorite "gadget" of the moment, the Ziploc Steam Bags. Hubby and I are collecting recipes for this and it's made life quick, easy and more healthy for us.

    Recipe #285168

    This came from Bon Appetite, June 2002 - yummy, healthy and great for summer!

    Recipe #92467

    My husband made this dish for me and I watched him with an extremely skeptical look on my face. I didn't like Spam and the whole maple syrup thing just sounded weird. Boy, was I ever wrong. The sweetness of the syrup and the saltiness of the Spam are one of the best flavor combinations.

    Recipe #77904

    We came up with this pizza one night after getting tired of paying for over-priced, greasy, cold delivered pizza. The corn may sound odd, but the sweetness it gives against the spicy sausage is the best! Let your kids have fun making their own pizza with their own toppings.

    Recipe #77890

    A family favorite, handed down from grandmother, to my mother to me. Terribly easy and a fabulous side dish for a Thanksgiving dinner. Oysters can be left out, but honestly it isn't as good. :)

    Recipe #77882

    Great, easy side dish. My favorite thing about it (aside from the flavor) is that it can be made ahead of time.

    Recipe #77872

    Sooo very easy and yummy! If you want your bacon crunchy stir it in at the end of cooking. You can also use a cut up ham to make it a one dish meal; however, I think it's just fine on it's own with bread or crackers. This recipe came from Betty Crocker's Slow Cooker cookbook

    Recipe #69518

    This is a really easy Thai recipe that authenticates the flavor of Thai food without needing hard to find or expensive ingredients. I recommend using the fish sauce instead of soy sauce to enhance the flavor. It's best served with rice. The recipe comes from Betty Crocker Slow Cooker cookbook.

    Recipe #69516

    This one came from my best friend, whose husband is a gourmet with the crock pot. Great leftovers!

    Recipe #67306

    This came from the Betty Crocker's Slow Cooker cookbook. Very easy and very yummy...makes fabulous leftovers

    Recipe #67304


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