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    This buttery garlic-parmesan sauce is so simple and tastes sinfully delicious. A friend baked plain chicken wings for her Super Bowl party but realized at the last minute that she didn't have Tabasco sauce on hand to make Buffalo sauce. She called in a panic, and this is the sauce I advised. All her party guests raved about it. Some reviewers have stated these wings are as good as or better than Wingstop's. We don't have a Wingstop in our area, so I'll take their word for it! (Note: In response to reviewers' recommendations to decrease the amount of butter, this recipe has been adjusted from 1/2 cup to 1/4 cup of butter. Thanks!)

    Recipe #287041

    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 is a recipe I litally threw together in a pinch to accompany burgers flavored with montreal steak seasoning. The fries turn out tender on the inside and crispy on the outside with the flavors of montreal steak seasoning. Please be warned, though, that these are lightly salty. DH and I enjoy a bit of saltiness, so that wasn't a problem for us.

    Recipe #376864

    This is a modified version of a friend's recipe for pulled pork. Hers is always a hit at potlucks. The only revisions I made to her original recipe were to suit my family's taste. This is the easiest, tastiest pulled pork. Set the Crock Pot before you leave the house for work and return home to a wonderful aroma and a main dish that is ready when you are. It turns out slightly sweet and smokey with a hint of heat. The Coca-Cola makes the meat fall-off-the-bone tender. I could make my own barbecue sauce but choose to use Famous Dave's Rich & Sassy sauce instead. It's easier, and my family loves it! Use your favorite brand of barbecue sauce if Famous Dave's brand is unavailable in your area. Serve on a burger bun or on its own and enjoy!

    Recipe #425066

    I created this dish for my husband, as he loves the flavor of deeply caramelized onions. It was a big hit and is sure to become one of our regular meals. I served it with homemade applesauce and skillet country potatoes. Yummm!

    Recipe #281414

    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

    I found a recipe in the 12th Edition of the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook and modified it a bit to suit my liking. I served them along side a hearty beef stew. My husband proclaimed they are by far the best biscuits I've ever made. They turned out flaky and buttery and raised so nicely that we could actually peel the layers apart.

    Recipe #355020

    This is my husband's creation. When he makes it, he uses double the amount of red pepper flakes. My man likes his spices!

    Recipe #226105

    This dish is a snap to put together and tastes great.

    Recipe #218170

    These country-style home fries are a wonderful accompaniment to any breakfast, brunch or (in my family's case) breakfast for dinner. They turn out buttery and savory with a crispy brown outer coating. I like to serve these home fries when I make breakfast for dinner for my family. We enjoy them with a juicy, smokey ham steak cooked in my cast iron skillet with a side of baby peas. Yum!

    Recipe #433827

    If you like spicy peanut sauce, you'll like this dish. The sauce is smooth and creamy with a bit of kick. When stir-frying, I like to marinate the meat to add a bit more depth of flavor. I used chicken for this recipe but am sure it would also go well with pork or shrimp (of course taking into account varying cooking times of different meats).

    Recipe #285832

    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 reminds me of those big, fun family dinners we used to have when I was a kid. This is one of my favorite recipes of my grandmother's. The layers consist of a nutty baked bottom crust, creamy cheesecake-like center and top layer of pistachio pudding. If desired, you could also use any other flavor of pudding mix. Yummy!

    Recipe #216779

    In the summer, this is how I start each day. It's so quick and simple--the perfect thing to throw together as you're running out the door. I make this in a travel-safe container and drink it on the way to work. It's easiest to just reserve a cup of coffee when brewing it fresh.

    Recipe #379248

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

    Recipe #319956

    These cookies are so simple--only 5 ingredients! The best part is they are healthier than your average cookie. They are moist, chewy and crispy-brown on the bottom. My family likes them as a snack or even for breakfast, and I hope yours does too! (Note #1: These cookies are best enjoyed fresh--meaning within the first day or two of being made. This is because they are very moist, and the moisture changes the texture of the cookie the longer they are stored in an air-tight container. Note #2: DO NOT substitute any other type of oats. Use only quick-cooking oats, or the cookies will not hold together as well once baked.)

    Recipe #499458

    This is a recipe that has been in my family for years and years. These cookies are cake-like, light, fluffy and moist with zing from using sour milk. If you're looking for a classic chocolate chip cookie recipe, I must enunciate (due to two reviewers' comments) that these cookies ARE NOTHING LIKE A CLASSIC CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE. They are not expected to be crisp or chewy, and the flavor is much lighter. I think this is due to reduced fat content (using 1/2 cup shortening rather than the amount of butter in a classic chocolate chip cookie). I use mini chocolate chips, since regular chocolate chips tend to be too heavy for this cookie batter (but feel free to use your preference). Also, I use homogenized/pasteurized whole milk, but my grandmother always used real sour milk when we lived on the dairy farm. She didn't need to spoil the milk using vinegar. I think the type of milk makes all the diffference. These cookies are great, but they don't quite taste the same as when Grandma made them using more conventional/natural methods.

    Recipe #294516

    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

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