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    This is an easy, festive recipe for autumn. I made this recipe with our nursing home residents in celebration of our October birthdays. They really enjoyed the aroma of the baking cupcakes and frosting them. We inserted pretzel sticks into the center of each orange-colored frosted cupcake to make them look like little pumpkins. What fun we had! This would also be a fun children's project. Enjoy! (Note: preparation time does not include time for cupcakes to cool.)

    Recipe #329603

    This is an easy and delicious way to serve pork chops--another of my favorite warm and hearty comfort foods. The pork chops turn out juicy and are complimented by the stuffing flavored with apples, garlic, onions and savory seasonings. In my opinion, homemade stuffing rivals any store-bought mix. The stuffing under the pork chops is moistened and flavored by the meat juices while the stuffing on the surface is crispy and buttery--my favorite part! If you desire all of your stuffing to be moist, cover the baking pan with aluminum foil while in the oven. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328120

    I quickly threw this recipe together one night as an experiment. It resulted in sweet-and-spicy crunchy-coated moist chicken breasts, which DH gobbled down and professed his gratitude. I believe this coating would also be nice on salmon filets, obviously adjusting the cooking time to 10-12 minutes instead of 25-30 minutes.

    Recipe #327226

    This is an easy way to "doctor up" a simple can of condensed tomato soup. It could be garnished with crumbled tortilla chips, shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream or all three. I originally made this to serve with my Easy Pepperjack Cheese Quesadillas, but I would also serve it with a simple grilled cheese sandwich or on its own.

    Recipe #326269

    This recipe is from the Sept. 16, 2008 edition of the "Living" section of our local newspaper, "The Democrat & Chronicle" (adapted from "In Praise of Pecans by June Jackson" ). I have never tried kohlrabi, but it has been described as a member of the cabbage family but more mild than its broccoli and cauliflower cousins. The article states "pecans and honey accentuate the vegetable's sweet side". I have not cooked this yet but am eager to try it.

    Recipe #326258

    This recipe is from the Sept. 16, 2008 edition of the "Living" section of our local newspaper, "The Democrat & Chronicle". DH and I were blessed with an abundance of beets in our vegetable garden this year and have been searching for different ways to use them. I thought this recipe sounded interesting. I have not made this yet but have plans for the near future.

    Recipe #326256

    This recipe is from the Sept. 16, 2008 edition of the "Living" section of our local newspaper, "The Democrat & Chronicle". DH and I love Indian food but have never cooked it ourselves. It sounded simple enough for someone who has never tried their hand in it--and not to mention delicious. The recipe calls for lamb, but I might also try using chicken dark meat. I have not cooked this yet.

    Recipe #326201

    These quesadillas are quick to assemble and delicious! They are filled with pepperjack cheese and tomatoes. I made these to serve along side my Easy Tex-Mex Tomato Soup, but they could also be served as an appetizer or a small lunch or snack.

    Recipe #326071

    This recipe is from the Sept. 16, 2008 edition of the "Living" section of our local newspaper, "The Democrat & Chronicle" and (adapted from the 1956 edition of the "Betty Crocker" cookbook). This chicken and biscuits recipe is different in that the chicken is baked and topped with peach halves and served with biscuits and gravy on the side. It is not the familiar version of chicken pulled off the bone in gravy, which is served over biscuits. I have not cooked this yet but decided to post this recipe for safe-keeping. It sounds like delicious, rich comfort food that could be enjoyed on a chilly day.

    Recipe #326065

    This recipe is easy and delicious. The pork chops are coated with a spicy rub and topped with a sweet maple sauce, which both compliments and tones down the heat. I think this recipe has just the right amount of spiciness, but you can adjust the chili powder and cayenne pepper to your taste. I like to serve this with my Spicy Maple Roasted Potato Wedges.

    Recipe #323141

    This recipe is easy to assemble and warming to the taste buds. The potatoes turn out crispy on the outside and tender on the inside with just the right balance of sweet and spicy. I think this recipe has just the right amount of heat, but you can adjust the chili powder and cayenne pepper to your taste. I like to serve this with my Spicy Maple-Sauced Pork Chops.

    Recipe #323130

    This slow-cooked red sauce is tangy with intense tomato flavor and a bit of spiciness. I like to make it on a lazy weekend day when I have a little extra time to spend in the kitchen putting extra love into my cooking. I like to serve it over spaghetti with crusty bread on the side to mop up the extra sauce.

    Recipe #322558

    I was in the mood for fried pork chops and threw this quick and easy recipe together. The pork chops turn out juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside.

    Recipe #321605

    This is our favorite pizza topping--very simple, delicious and relatively healthy. I buy a ball of dough from a local grocer to save time and effort, but feel free to use any dough of your preference.

    Recipe #321179

    This side dish is a snap to prepare, which makes it easy enough to serve any night of the week. It's also elegant enough to serve at a dinner party. I especially enjoy the flavor combination of garlic and tarragon.

    Recipe #320219

    This is my version of an all-American classic. It is one of my ultimate favorite comfort foods--sinfully rich, gooey-cheesy and tummy-warming on a chilly day. In my opinion, using varying degrees of cheddar cheese creates the perfect flavor combination. I have experimented with other cheese combinations but usually return to the classic cheddars. After making this homemade mac-n-cheese for my husband, he was successfully converted from being a lover of boxed powdered mixes. Be advised that all diets go out the window for this one!

    Recipe #320217

    This is an easy dish that tastes great. The combination of tarragon, garlic and juicy salmon is pleasing to the taste buds.

    Recipe #319961

    This side dish recipe is easy to put together and a different way to season and cook carrots.

    Recipe #319956

    I was in the mood for cherry pie but didn't want to make pie crust, so I improvised and made a cherry crisp in pie form. The recipe calls for fresh cherries, but you could substitute canned pie filling if they happen to be out-of-season. We liked this pie served a la mode and thought the sweetness of the crust and topping was a good balance with the tartness of the cherries.

    Recipe #319158

    This is an easy, delicious way to serve green beans. This dish can be served any night of the week or is elegant enough for a dinner party. Ginger and soy sauce gives this dish a bit of Asian flair and a little something that makes people wonder, "What was that?"

    Recipe #319156

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