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    Delicious lo mein. Perhaps try sprouts instead of water chestnuts.

    Recipe #467090

    yum, and hearty! For the bean/corn mix, I'll roast an 11oz can of corn & 15oz can of black beans together and freeze half for future. I'm a big fan of Marg's Recipe #1005 pizza dough.

    Recipe #426937

    I like to make this large batch and freeze them. Makes a good, quick breakfast. I'm working on decreasing the sugar, but it's really only a small amount of sugar per dozen muffins.

    Recipe #415733

    From tasteofhome.com, slightly modified to suite our tastes. A delightful taste of fall.

    Recipe #397593

    This is a recipe I adapted from a restaurant called On The Border - originally brisket tacos.

    Recipe #381142

    From Simple & Delicious. I use Recipe #12365.

    Recipe #360831

    Tacos rule. I use Tostidos medium salsa. You can either use leftover ground beef from a taco night (I nearly always have some leftover meat) or section off a chunk from a 1 lb package.

    Recipe #333803

    I'm scared of what this will look like when the nutritional value posts, but I don't care. These beans are awesome. It's funny, because when I make them people always ask what's in them. After I list the ingredients, they say something like, "Oh, that's just like MY recipe. Except, mine doesn't have molasses. Or pineapple. Or mustard." ...How could you not think: "well, then I guess it's not just like your recipe!" What it all comes down to is: it's not like you recipe, and you won't be sorry you prepared it and brought it to your next BBQ!

    Recipe #307805

    Er, it's not really a brownie. I hope that hasn't thrown you off or anything. This is my all time favorite burger that was served at Sanfords, before they removed it from the menu and looked me strangely when I tried to describe it. Oh, well, I won't let the man get me down. It's pretty much default for me these days to use lighter ingredients, but of course feel free to do as you please.

    Recipe #295621

    I make these a lot for dinner! I'm also proud because I thought these up on my own!

    Recipe #284739

    From Simple and Delicious. The original recipe was called a soup, but I really think RR's classification works better. I used Marg's meatball recipe (Recipe #102843).

    Recipe #284638

    From one of the Taste of Home magazines, slightly modified. The initial recipe made food for 8, but I scaled it in half for 2 of us and leftovers. I like to use a Scarborough fair array of spices on the chicken and bake it before continuing with the recipe. If you do that, make sure you bake the chicken for 20-25 minutes.

    Recipe #264772

    Such flavorful steak - every bite sings as you chew. Two things about the ingredients: 1) I use ground herbs and spices because I can't afford to keep the fresh stuff around. I posted "fresh stuff equivalents" just in case. 2) I like my noodles completely cooked, all the way through...ie I don't like al dente. So if YOU like al dente, be sure to adjust the cooking time of your noodles. I got the marinade from Food Network's "Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger"

    Recipe #261417

    Out of propane? Is it raining outside, but still craving a summer meal? Look no further: they're simple, they're baked, they're delicious.

    Recipe #224772

    Intensely flavorful and delicious - the first time I'd had pork chops in about 2 years, and I'm glad I used this recipe.

    Recipe #217386

    A good side dish that is delicious. I served it with pork chops and Alaskan Beer Bread (35390)

    Recipe #217382

    I can't remember where I found this recipe, but I can remember how fantastic (and tasty!) it was. I used recipe #95365 for the powdered sugar glaze. Everyone went back for seconds!

    Recipe #205778

    From Simple & Delicious, slightly modified. I could best describe this recipe as zesty, easy, and delicious.

    Recipe #205770


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