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    This is my absolute favorite cake, which I request every year for my birthday. It comes from a lovingly-used, almost-falling-apart Betty Crocker cookbook that my mother owns. It is very rich and somewhat dense with bits of chocolate chips throughout, creamy butterscotch filling and decadent chocolate glaze. It is best served with a large glass of milk or scoop of vanilla ice cream. It can be made as a layer cake or bundt cake (omitting the filling) with or without the glaze. (Note: Preparation time does not include time required for cooling cake or filling.)

    Recipe #318619

    This is a quick and easy dish that could be served any night of the week. It is also elegant enough to be served at a dinner party. I think the flavor combination of asparagus and mushrooms best accompanies beef, but you could serve with any meat of your choice. This dish could also be served over brown or white rice as a main dish vegan alternative (Note: This would reduce the number of servings from four to two).

    Recipe #317975

    This is a simple, lovely way to serve fresh summer berries. I made this for brunch today and found it a refreshing end to the meal. This dish could also be made year-round using unsweetened frozen berries that have been thawed. Note: Preparation time includes time needed for berries to sit at room temperature.

    Recipe #316232

    This is a simple, classic salt potato recipe that is a perfect accompaniment to any summer meal--or year-round if you wish. The potatoes are sweet with just the right level of saltiness and combination of herbs. They're also great heated through the next day--that is if there are any left!

    Recipe #316083

    I made this punch for my sister-in-law's baby shower, and it was a big hit. The raspberry sherbet turns it a pretty pink color. The little ones enjoyed eating the half-thawed berries out of the bottom of their cups.

    Recipe #314962

    This is one of my grandmother's famous church ladies' luncheon recipes. The cake itself is simple and turns out moist with morsels of cherries throughout. With the cake being so simple, that allows time to make a fabulous frosting. For the frosting, use Recipe #281675 or your preferred chocolate frosting. (Note: Preparation time does not include time required for cake or frosting to set.) In response to one of my reviews, I have adjusted the ingredients to improve the cake--omitted the vegetable oil and replaced it with water and eggs. This recipe is an old one of my grandmother's. I have not made it myself and wonder if her recollection of the ingredients was incorrect. Hopefully the 1-star review doesn't discourage anyone from trying the adjusted cake recipe. I'm not sure what was so terrible about the cake--if it was too dry, too moist, etc. Please be brave, try and give me your thoughts! :)

    Recipe #314920

    One day two beautiful portabella mushrooms called my name from the farmer's market, so I just had to give them the royal treatment. Stuffed in the same manner as the hors d'oeurves version, these portabellas make a scrumptious main dish. The stuffing is delightfully crispy with a smokey flavor, and the mushrooms are juicy as can be. This recipe would be suitable for any night of the week or for a special occasion. It may not be the most heart-healthy dish, but I say, "all in moderation!"

    Recipe #314447

    This is an easy recipe I created one night when having a group of friends over for dinner. Instead of a complicated, fancy dessert, I aimed for the child within in creating something simple and fun. Everyone loved the warm banana covered in melted peanut butter and chocolate with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. For an interesting presentation, serve and eat everything right out of the banana peel. Or if you don't care about aesthetics, you can squeeze the banana and stuffing out of the peel. Either way, it's delicious!

    Recipe #314423

    This tart is not only pleasing to the eye but the taste buds as well. The crust is meant to be hand-crimped in a rustic fashion, so don't worry about perfection. I used peaches, strawberries and blueberries, but good substitutes for the berries would be raspberries or blackberries. A sprinkling of powdered sugar atop this tart makes for elegant presentation. Preparation time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #311363

    I was inspired to create this dish by my favorite stuffed mushroom recipe, which calls for prosciutto and smoked mozzarella. This recipe could be made any night of the week or even for a dinner party. The combination of shallots, prosciutto and smoked mozzarella gives this dish a light, smoky flavor. The outside is crispy from the breading and toasted cheese topping, and the inside is moist and flavorful. Each breast could be served whole or sliced for an elegant presentation. I served it with fresh baby peas and parmesan roasted potatoes. My husband said the assembled plate resembled something you might find on a restaurant menu. I hope you enjoy as much as we did!

    Recipe #311348

    This is a quick, flavorful side dish that is sure to please. I like to cook this in the summer when fresh zucchini and summer (yellow) squash are abundant. If you would like a stronger onion flavor, substitute 1/2 cup of sliced onions for the scallions--or use both!

    Recipe #311185

    This is an easy, comforting meal that is sure to satisfy any rumbling tummy! I always keep a can of cream of mushroom soup on hand for quick fix meals such as this. The chicken breasts turn out moist and tender topped with savory gravy and vegetables. This meal is perfect for any busy weeknight and tastes like you spent all day cooking. My husband gives his approval, and I hope you will too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #307683

    This is an oh-so-easy, cheesy appetizer or snack. I recently made it for a backyard picnic, and everyone loved it. The brand of salsa I use is "Newman's Own" Chunky Roasted Garlic - Medium. It's very mild and not spicy at all. If you prefer a little more of a kick, add a finely chopped jalepeno pepper or other hot pepper of your choice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #306549

    These are delicious! These quesadillas are filled with seasoned grilled chicken, a blend of Mexican cheeses, tomatoes, scallions and cilantro. I like to make these as a meal, but they could also be served as an appetizer. My husband and I always think we can eat one whole quesadilla each, but we always end up saving the rest for lunch the next day. My grandmother would say, "I guess your eyes were bigger than your stomach"! Well I say, "Here's to ambitious eyes, grandma!"

    Recipe #302234

    This is a quick, easy dish that I created one night to accompany a tex-mex seasoned steak and simple baked potato.

    Recipe #302231

    Chicken barbecued using this marinade is d-lish! I needed a marinade for barbecued chicken but was totally out of my quick fix marinade--Italian dressing--so I threw this together. The flavor reminds me of mouth-watering, slow-barbecued firehall/church fundraiser barbecued chicken. I used 12 medium-sized drumsticks (2 per person to serve six), but you could use any chicken pieces you prefer. Please note preparation time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #301311

    This is an excellent way to prepare swordfish. The fish turns out flavorful and moist. I made this dish one night paired with my Skillet Italian Herbed Country Potatoes and fresh corn on the cob. A delicious summertime meal! Please note preparation time does not include time required to marinate.

    Recipe #299974

    This is a quick and easy potato side dish, which is my husband's most requested. This recipe can be modified, using many different combinations of herbs and spices, to accompany any meal. The recipe calls for fresh herbs, but one could substitute dried herbs as well. Just remember when using dried herbs, use half the amount called for in a recipe.

    Recipe #299888

    This dish is inspired by the sweet and savory combination of moroccan-style seasoning. Preparation time does not include marination time.

    Recipe #299272

    This dish was an experiment, which resulted in a flavorful success. The chicken breasts turned out very moist and perfectly seasoned, and the rice was just right with a light lemon flavor.

    Recipe #299109

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