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    This delicious recipe comes from Steph's Country Kitchen Goodness on the web. There are a few changes from the original but this is one tasty way to make meatballs.

    Recipe #53983

    This is a real simple and tasty meal to put together.

    Recipe #53913

    This is a quick and simple pasta dish that plates up elegantly.

    Recipe #53923

    These burgers have evolved over a very long time of trying different ingredients and techniques. They got the name "Bushka Burgers" a slang Russian name given to me by my Russian husband in my efforts to produce the perfect burger. They are moist, juicy and big on flavor. Serve them with your favorite burger garnishes and watch them disappear!

    Recipe #31859

    This is my all-time favorite devils food chocolate cake. Inspired by Anne Byrn the Cake Mix Doctor I have become quite a fan of jazzing up cake mix. I have a host of decadent frostings for all my cakes, but let me entice you here to try this deep rich chocolate cake adorned with freshly squeezed orange cream cheese frosting. You're going to love this super easy cake. This is definitely one of my personal favorites!

    Recipe #38336

    These cookies are so full of raspberry flavor they'll make your mouth pucker. Moist and chewy all at the same time! Pour yourself a tall glass of cold milk and enjoy! From Esther Brody's cookie collection. FOODBIT: I find the best way to melt chocolate is in the microwave by placing it in a bowl, covering with plastic wrap and microwaving on High approximately 1 minute per ounce, stir well.

    Recipe #36164

    Here's a deep decadent cake inspired by Duncan Hines. This one is especially for all you coffee lovers out there.

    Recipe #57878

    I know everyone has their own version of the Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie, but in our house this is the ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe. The walnuts give it a real nice "grown up" edge and the Demerara sugar...it's just plain heavenly. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do! FOODBIT: It's imperative to the success of this recipe that the ingredients and/or brands not be substituted.

    Recipe #31580

    This is my all-time favorite devil's food chocolate cake. Inspired by Anne Byrn the Cake Mix Doctor I have become quite a fan of jazzing up cake mix. I have a host of decadent frostings for all my cakes, but let me entice you here to try this deep rich chocolate cake adorned with what I call suede. If you love peanut butter and chocolate and who doesn't...you're going to love this super easy cake!

    Recipe #32068

    A very quick meal to put on the table for a hungry crowd.

    Recipe #51234

    Inspired once again by Anne Byrn the Cake Mix Doctor I have come up with a cake that tastes like a roll of lifesaver fruit candies. This is a moist sweet cake and serving it with a quality vanilla ice cream only enhances the flavor another notch! If you're having trouble locating the various extracts, contact your local Watkins dealer and I can assure you they will have them. In the meantime prepare yourself for sheer indulgence!

    Recipe #35408

    These are about the best muffins I have ever tasted. They got their peculiar name when one evening I was down with a migraine and my neighbor baked and brought them over for the family to enjoy. When I recovered in the wee hours of the morning after not eating for close to 48 hours, seeing these on the kitchen counter I ate one...well all I can tell you was that they were pure heaven. After eating these delightful morsels I asked MJ for the recipe, but she continued to forget to give it to me until one morning many months later she finally e-mailed it to me and on that very day I had another migraine. Go figure, they're a nice cure anyway!

    Recipe #36687

    This is "hands down" my best breadmaker pizza dough. It has never let me down it always turns out superb. This recipe is for a thick crispy crust that retains that melt-in-your-mouth pizza dough inside. Using your breadmaker makes this recipe very easy and very tasty!

    Recipe #50101

    Here's another inspiration from Duncan Hines.

    Recipe #57877

    This is a fresh twist on coleslaw. This simple recipe originates from KRAFT and it's a great accompaniment at the table. Looks nice too!

    Recipe #37078

    A wonderful change for pork roast. If you don't have a rotisserie you can make it in your oven.

    Recipe #57880

    This recipe is out-of-this-world tasty. I promise you that you and yours will not be disappointed!

    Recipe #54005

    Asian grilled chicken thighs basted with a sweet, sticky sesame sauce, these "legs" are Mmm.. Mmm.. good! Taking a cue from those master chefs the Podleski sisters, I have compiled a collection of taste sensations starting with this one. And guess what else? It's low fat! (Overnight marinade time is not included in prep time).

    Recipe #34259

    After reading a recipe posted by Vicky Henry in Taste of Home magazine I was inspired to create these tasty meat pies with a few modifications. These little handheld "porkovers" are great fresh out of the oven but they also lend themselves well to freezing and re-heating in the microwave.

    Recipe #35617

    This is bar none the best stir fry I have ever tasted! All the credit goes to Sandy Richard and her cookbook Life's on Fire Cooking for the Rushed. I have strayed slightly from the original recipe but all for the sake of taste. The one thing that I'm a bit of a stickler on is that you use the V-H brand of honey-garlic sauce. If you're in an area that doesn't carry it use your choice of the next best brand.

    Recipe #51041

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