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    'Top Shelf' according to my son. I originally found this on RecipeCottage.com, but I guess that site is no longer available. So I wanted to post it on Zaar for safe keeping. I usually omit the carrot unless I just have some on hand. I don't think it adds that much to the recipe, other than color. While the recipe calls for 2 1/2 cups of vegetable broth, I usually just use one can and then add enough water to make 2 1/2 cups. We sometimes squirt a little lime juice on the rice as well ... really adds to the flavor.

    Recipe #309451

    This is a recipe that I've had for years. I'm not even sure now where I got it. It's fairly quick to put together and makes for a very satisfying meal.

    Recipe #250378

    A recipe I've had for a while from another web site ... putting it out on Zaar for safe keeping.

    Recipe #248896

    Colorful corn dish to complement any Mexican menu.

    Recipe #248785

    A little something different for your grilled chicken. Cooking time includes marinading time in refrigerator.

    Recipe #248669

    Calling all raspberry & chocolate lovers. This was found on the Land-o-Lakes web site and I'm putting it out here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #248665

    I think this came from the WW site originally. Very refreshing and low in points (3 points per serving).

    Recipe #248661

    I don't care for the chunky salsa so even before I started making my own, I would always run a jar of bottled salsa through the food processor or blender to break it down. I started experimenting earlier this year and have finally found a recipe that we all like and that I can consistently repeat. If you prefer a chunky salsa, I would suggest doing a rough chop on the onion, pepper and cilantro, then add the tomatoes and blend to the consistency you prefer. Cooking time is time in refrigerator for blending of flavors.

    Recipe #243657

    A recipe I found in a community cookbook a while back. This is one of those 'I'll make this someday' recipes. I'm putting it on Zaar for safekeeping.

    Recipe #219575

    Yet another recipe from the local paper that I want to try ... some day. I did try this recently and we all really liked it. Next time I think I'll place a small amount of blue cheese on top of the chicken when it comes out of the oven and is served. The cheese/butter mixture melts during cooking and even though the flavor is wonderful, everyone said more cheese on top would be nice. Also, I think the little bit of sauce that there is, would be nice thickened and spooned over the chicken too. Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #217251

    Found this recipe in a local newspaper. One of those that I haven't fixed yet, but want to.

    Recipe #217034

    I saw this recipe from a local newspaper. I haven't tried it yet, but definitely will. I wanted to make sure I can find it when I'm ready, so I'm entering it out here. I don't see another recipe like this. While it doesn't say specifically, I would guess this should be served over rice or pasta.

    Recipe #217032

    This is a recipe from Weight Watchers. It's great in the summer and can be made up very quickly. The refreshing taste of the mexican flavors with the cilantro and lime will really excite your taste buds.

    Recipe #214965

    This is an appetizer that my daughter came up with. The name comes from the piTA bread and the feTA cheese ... TA's, It is so simple to make, yet very tasty. I have yet to serve it and not get rave reviews on it. I have guessed on the amounts since when we make it, it's always just based on how much I want to have ready. I'm sorry I can't be more specific on the amounts.

    Recipe #214962

    This is a recipe I found in one of the grocery store recipes booklets. It is very rich tasting and the sherry just gives it a great accent. Since I don't have easy access to fresh seafood, I used the canned crab and it was fine. Although I haven't tried it, I would feel comfortable using scallops or any shellfish to make this dish.

    Recipe #214959

    I found this recipe on another site and it is without doubt my favorite recipe for corned beef and cabbage. The orange just gives the meat a totally different flavor than what I'm used to. My son-in-law who also loves cabbage said this is the best cabbage, bar none, that he has ever tasted. I have also made the corned beef in a crock pot, cooking for 7 to 8 hours on low.

    Recipe #214318

    Very easy and quick drink to mix up. Also very tasty. It can be a fooler and before you know it, you've had too many. 7-Up works just as well as Sprite and I've also used Ginger Ale with good success.

    Recipe #214317

    This came from a holiday recipe collecton from Jell-o many years ago. It requires a little effort (grinding the cranberries), but it's well worth it. Cooking time is time in fridge for mold to set.

    Recipe #214311

    My daughter found this recipe and it has become our favorite for pecan pie. I have never found any restaurant pie to beat this one.

    Recipe #214309

    This recipe came from my Mom and I have no idea where she got it. I just know this is another recipe that even if someone thinks they don't care for apple pie, they usually love this one. This can be made with or without a crust; I always use the Pillsbury Ready Crust.

    Recipe #214305

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