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    I remember this from when I was a kid... so, so good! It was always on the buffet table at the MAC Club in Portland, OR when we would go there on special occasions. My Mom recently gave this to me, but I have yet to try it on my own so prep time is an estimate and I really am not sure on the cooking time so I left it blank.

    Recipe #377482

    I love focaccia bread and I love dried pineapple. So what could be better? I found this recipe on the back of a package of Mariani Tropical Pineapple. Storing recipe here for safekeeping. Times are an estimate.

    Recipe #210852

    I found this recipe on relishmag.com. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds really good. I'll be making it with skim milk. Substituting peaches or pears for the apple would be good too. Time is estimate.

    Recipe #204350

    Found on the back of a Pictsweet package. We like veggies so I've figured servings at 4 for our family. Could be more or less depending on your preferences.

    Recipe #204149

    Anther broiled grapefruit recipe to add to the mix. I found this one in Cuisine At Home.

    Recipe #203854

    Beginners try this! Make sure to use really fresh lemons for the sauce. For those not familiar... deglazing a pan is done by adding any liquid (like wine, stock, or water) to the pan after sauteing or roasting meat and scraping all the caramelized drippings off the bottom of the pan while bringing the liquid to a boil. This recipe can easily be doubled, tripled, etc. Times are estimates.

    Recipe #203829

    This makes a tasty breakfast or skip the chocolate sauce and top them with heated apple pie filling and whipped cream for a yummy dessert! Try them as belgium waffles! Time to make is estimate and is all listed as prep.

    Recipe #200628

    I can't wait to try this!

    Recipe #200014

    Haven't tried but sounds good!

    Recipe #200009

    If you like mushrooms, this is the soup for you. The keilbasa adds an extra richness to the flavor. I imagine it would also be a good one in a crock pot for the day while your busy doing other things. YUMMY, so good on a cold day!

    Recipe #199206

    UMMM... When you just gotta have beef! Prep time includes 1 hour chill time.

    Recipe #198888

    This just sounds REALLY GOOD! Prep time includes 1 hour cool time and 1 hour stand time.

    Recipe #198827

    I found this Russian recipe online and thought it sounded pretty good and wanted to give it a try. Servings are just a guess since I'm unsure of actual servings/serving sizes. Feedback welcome.

    Recipe #198823

    A nice quick meal. You can prepare it as written or substitute any other white fish and sauteed asparagus for the snow peas.

    Recipe #198822

    Another one found online. Can't wait to try it this holiday season! Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #198007

    Given to me by a co-worker, this salsa is just a bit different than any other I've ever tried. When you taste it, it has a bit of sweetness at the beginning and than packs a punch of heat at the end. This recipe makes a small batch (not sure of the servings--sorry!) WARNING: IT'S ADDICTIVE!

    Recipe #197996

    This sounds like it would be tasty. I haven't tried it yet though. Found it online at bhg. Great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey!

    Recipe #197995

    A co-worker shared this recipe with me. It's really, really good and very simple. Great on the grill or under the broiler. Delish! The marinade is wonderful on all types of meats. Prep time includes minimum marinating time. ENJOY!

    Recipe #197976

    Active work time is an estimate since I haven't tested this one yet, but it sounds yummy (and easy). I got it off of the back of a package of white chocolate baking chips. If you try it, please let me know what you think.

    Recipe #197673

    This recipe comes from a neighbor we used to have. She'd bring it to all the neighborhood gatherings. VERY YUMMY! Having said that... I haven't tried actually making it yet, so if you decide to try it, let me know what you think.

    Recipe #197672

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