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    This is a King Arthur cookie recipe described as dense, brownie-like drop cookies with pools of melting chocolate inside when hot from the oven. When Cooled the chocolate pools soldify into nuggets. Sounds soooo good.

    Recipe #410693

    Found this in Taste of Home and it looks so pretty and it states this is a great way to serve yams to those who think they don't like them. This can be made ahead and simple reheated before serving. The picture looks so elegant but doesn't sound to hard. As an update, finally got around to making these and loved the flavors however, as you can see in my picture I think I made the potatoes a little to thin so they didn't hold the shape I was hoping for. As a recommendation - watch the consistancy, or make sure you use a tip small enough to get the shape you want.

    Recipe #410375

    My Mom used to make a warm dressing that I loved, but has forgotten the recipe, I've been looking for something close to it and found this in Taste of Home magazine and it sounds like it comes close. Described as a tangy-sweet dressing perfect for large gatherings. Recommends keeping it warm in a slow cooker prior to serving. Good over spinach, just a little gives a lot of flavor. They even say it would be good mixed in with mashed potatoes but I'm not to sure of that. This is just the recipe for the dressing, pour over prepared spinach salad and sprinkle top with cooked and crumbled bacon. Serving is a guess as it depends on the amount you use.

    Recipe #410372

    I LOVE trying differant flavor bread and rolls so when I found this in Taste of Home knew I had to try it. Tender chewy rolls with pizza sauce and basil for extra excitement. Prep time does not include rising.

    Recipe #410289

    Found this recipe in one of my all time fav magazines Taste of Home, it's described as a flavor of vanilla chips and creamy filling. A luscious dessert that's a cinch to prepare. It can sometimes be garnished with shaved chocolate to dress it up. Time does not inlude 2 hours refrigeration to set.

    Recipe #410287

    Found this in a TOH magazine. A tasty appetizer that my family and friends love. The ingredients meld together for a great-tasting appy that goes well with many different main dishes. While there are many (to many to scroll through) listed here the use of balsamic viniger makes this one a little differant so thought I'd post. Simple, pretty, but oh so good. The recipe calls for tomatoes - however I have use canned Italian tomatoes and it came out well. I think I might add some minced garlic also.

    Recipe #410141

    Got this in an email from King Arthur Flour and plan to make them for my Holiday tray. Described as tender, deep-chocolate cookies with a rich, sweet vanilla glaze. Bite-sized beauties perfect for a holiday cookie tray or hostess gift. Top with a chocolate pearl, bright red cherry, or chocolate sprinkles and each cookie is a jewel to the eyes and a gem for the tastebuds." Sounds good doesn't it!

    Recipe #402565

    There's plenty of crab cake recipes here but I saw this one in a womans day magazine and the presentation is so cute I've got to save it. These are a such cute made in mini muffin tins and "frosted" with a lemony cream cheese. What a cute and yummy sounding idea for an appy table. In ingrediants I didn't know how to put 1/3 cup of mixed celery, onion & red pepper so it's listed with onion.

    Recipe #395407

    Found this recipe in Women's Day Special Holiday Magazine and love the thought of these meatballs for our holiday appy table. This is another similer recipes but this is enough differant I wanted to post it. The description says these play on the sweet-tart flavor of cranberry against vibrant chili sauce. And talk about easy, use frozne meatballs and let the slow-cooker do the work

    Recipe #395405

    Found this in the Womans Day Holiday Magazine and it looks so cute I've got to try this for Christmas. Though it shows how to make the wreaths by hand, my guess is that if you have a cookie press could do the same thing with the wreath design. These should look so pretty on a holiday cookie tray. This looks like a lot of work, but hey - the holidays only come once a year right!! When decorating you can use a thin red or green ribbon to tie a bow on top if you really want to be fancy, which is what they did in the magazine

    Recipe #395296

    Found this recipe in a William Sonoma catalog and as DH loves peppers decided to give it a try. I did buy a special pan (see photo) to make it and the smoky flavor of the grill gave a wonderful fire-roasted flavor. Make sure you wear gloves when handling the raw jalapenos. The little effort involved with making this was so worth it. I'm sure you could also do these in a regular pan in the oven - but we loved that grill flavor. Be sure and get all those little seeds out or they can be really hot.

    Recipe #393416

    My Mother is a diabetic with a severe sweet tooth so I'm always looking for something that is not quite so bad for her while satisfying that sweet craving she has. Found this on the King Arthur Flour Website and decided to give it a try. It states "when you find yourself with extra egg whites left over from a recipe calling for yolks, don't throw them away: make meringues, those light-as-air, nonfat cookies that go together in a flash, then crisp up ever so gradually in a slow oven. I did change the granulated sugar for baking Splenda (in order to lower the sugar count) and found they where a little to sweet for my taste but think they'll be perfect when I reduce it to about 1/3 cup. I only had gold and silver sugar crystals and think they'd be much prettier with brighter colors so I'll buy those for the next time. Maybe you'll enjoy them too.

    Recipe #378152

    Bought a new Dutch Oven and this recipe from Emeril Lagasse (sp?) came with it. Gave it a try and it was pretty simple and DH loved it. It looked pretty impressive too. Served it with steamed white rice. I'm guessing at the serving size as it only states 3 quarts. Edited to include shrimp and amount (how could I forget something that important) thanks Grease for bringing it to my attention. Also for the Essence I used recipe#14372.

    Recipe #373978

    I've gone through all the flourless cake recipes to try to find this one but it's just enough different that I felt I needed to post it separate. I received this in the mail from King Arthur's and couldn't wait to make it. It's simple, only a few ingredients and the results are a chewy, chocolaty delight. Very rich, sweet and more like a brownie and a little goes a long way. It looks elegant and a great desert for company and has the added benefit of tasting even better the next day. Using the microwave makes this go together quick and easy. I've just guessed at the serving size as it's so rich you can only eat very small slices at a time. So for chocolate lovers everywhere, here's to us!!

    Recipe #369131

    Found this in a Rachel Ray magazine and sounds really good. I've been looking for something special with lamb chops and want to save this. It also states that the pomegranate gravy can be served over sliced sauteed chicken if lamb is not your thing.

    Recipe #366239

    Got this on-line from Taste of Home, a little differant from other recipes with no condensed milk. It's described as low in fat, sugar and fuss, doesn't get any easier than that and would be a good desert for my Mom who is a diabetic. Diabetic exchanges reported as 1 starch, 1 fruit and 1 fat. Finally got around to making this and for a light version it's very good, fluffy and tart and pretty simple. A nice treat for those warm summer evenings. I couldn't find the prepared graham crust so used recipe#338535 and made it with splenda and it turned out great.

    Recipe #362732

    Found this in a Rachael Ray magazine and will make for a bar b q I'm having, differant from your regular deviled eggs, something a little more special. Made these and they are just as good as they looked. Only for those of you who like smoked salmon - but if you do you'll enjoy this. I used shortstuff's recipe #24799 to prepare the eggs and worked like a charm.

    Recipe #362548

    A TOH recipe that I got in an email. Described as light and refreshing dessert that's creamy and pretty with the tart raspberry sauce, no one will ever guess that it's fat-free. I've been trying to eat healthier so this seems to fit the bill. Finally got around to making this for family and it was enjoyed by all. Not terribly sweet but the raspberry sauce really set it off - pretty easy also. If you decide to try it hope you'll like it as much as we did.

    Recipe #361718

    Found this recipe in a William-Sonoma catalog and looks so good, was wanting a recipe to try out my new dutch oven and this looks ideal. Finally got around to making this, a few more steps and involved than I'm usually into making but the end results were good and really not that hard. I loved the pretty orange color the saffron gave to the dish.

    Recipe #361683

    Another TOH on-line recipe. A little differant from the other recipes I've seen on here, made with light ingredients like yogurt and egg whites, but soft and chocolaty. I wanted to frost mine (which I'm know takes away from the lower fat part) and used recipe#260061

    Recipe #360087

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