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    This refreshing, healthy salad was presented in an uncooking class by the Present Moment Cafe in St. Augustine FL. I love the salad as is, but this version I have added my own inclusion of fresh tomatoes. This sounds strange to do, but believe it is simple and delicious when complete.

    Recipe #400088

    We make variations of this dish all the time. Sometimes using sausage or ham in place of bacon. Adding mushrooms, broccoli or tomatoes to the veggies, with or without salsa. You are only limited by your imagination.

    Recipe #389914

    There are lots of recipes for breakfast pizza's but I couldn't find any that were mostly from scratch with fresh baked crust so I'm adding my own.

    Recipe #374846

    My husband and I were away in a cabin and stopped in a winery while out and about. The host had recommended a nice chardonnay in answer to my inquiry what to serve with bacon wrapped grilled chicken. But then he recommended stuffing them before wrapping rather than marinating. This is what I came up with. I thought my husband had died and gone to heaven the way he was moaning about the taste. He loved it.

    Recipe #374127

    Was searching the Zaar looking for a sauce to serve with my rib eyes I am cooking tonight but couldn't find what I was looking for, but I was inspired to create this sauce.

    Recipe #366526

    I won 2nd place in the Blueberry Cooking Contest with this recipe. It is always a hit. I just take bread that is about to need to be chucked and put it in a zip lock bag and freeze it until I have enough to make a pudding. I've thrown in donuts, biscuits, sliced bread, italian bread -it really doesn't matter as it turns out great every time

    Recipe #365355

    My father-in-law shared this recipe with me and I knew I had been accepted into the family. This recipe has been passed down generation after generation. Back in the day, his family would camp on empty islands, fish all day and make chowder in the evening. It is delicious.

    Recipe #365289

    I created this dish last summer when we had such wonderful tomatoes coming out of our ears. This is fresh, colorful, and tasty. Serve as an appetizer course, side dish, or as a lunch course by adding some cooked shrimp or chicken. Prep time includes allowing the salsa to sit for 30 minutes.

    Recipe #365183

    Was tired of the same old recipes and needed something to spark some interest in zucchini and came up with this.

    Recipe #364707

    My friend Sharon shared this recipe with me. Delicious!

    Recipe #362311

    Many years ago my sister and I visited Italy and spent some time with the family of a foreign exchange student Alberto who lived with my family for a year. His mother would go every day to the market to purchase fresh items and one day she made this dish for us. You must make the pasta from scratch as it isn't available commercially. Basically make a big sheet, cover it spinach and cheese, roll it up, boil, slice and serve. Beautiful to look at.

    Recipe #362286

    Usually I make Chicken Piccata as whole chicken breast filets as a main dish and serve with sides and salad for a full meal. For this dish, I was looking for a single plate meal that was delicious and flavorful. So I mixed it up a little bit to create this dish. Use one pot to cook the pasta and a large sauté pan to cook the rest. Time is in the prep but I do it as I am cooking so start to finish is less than 30 minutes. Take the three minutes to gather ingredients before you start. I list the items below in their desired prep but I actually do the prep while cooking. Have a medium bowl sitting nearby to hold cooked food while working on others.

    Recipe #312377

    Great first course for a brunch or simple tasty dessert. Kids love it too!

    Recipe #260569

    A simple dish that can be eaten on the way to work or school. Can be made in mass for elegant brunch or breakfast course. Garnish with a sprig of mint or berries.

    Recipe #260456

    My son Ryan taught me this recipe after a trip home from Argentina. It is now my favorite way to grill chicken. Sounds tedious but it is actually quite easy. I'll post pictures soon.

    Recipe #437252

    A refreshing, crunchy, raw cranberry salad. Great as a side dish or on sandwiches. You need to make this one day ahead for the cranberries to marinate but it is worth waiting for.

    Recipe #400089

    This is a pretty simple soup to throw together that doesn't take but 30 minutes start to finish. I used Margaret Holmes Seasoned Black Beans with Vidalia Onions in a can. If you use plain canned black beans, you will want to add salt as needed. The nutritional statistics do not account for this brand of beans.

    Recipe #389628

    Our local Publix Supermarket hosts cooking demonstration and hands on cooking dinners. This recipe was one they prepared. It is simple and very tasty. My modification was to add jumbo crab. They also served these as 4 appetizer portions in ramekins. I instead baked in a ceramic pie dish to serve as a party appetizer.

    Recipe #370950

    NOTE: This recipe requires recipe #364707. It was inspired as I had some left over as I had made too much and was thinking of a new way to use the remaining batch. When I made it, I made it for 2 people so the ingredients have been doubled to suite 4.

    Recipe #364825

    My husband and I enjoy surf fishing and will often take along our one burner cooktop to prepare breakfast on the beach while we enjoy the sunrise. To cut down, I do prep at home and place everything in either containers or zippy bags. It can be made in one skillet. I take three plates, 2 for service, 1 for ingredient holding. I shell the eggs, drop them in a ziplock bag and scramble by mashing the bag. I slice mushrooms and tomatoes and wrap in plastic wrap. I put the mayo on thickly on one side of a burrito and place the other burrito on top. Roll them loosely up and wrap in a paper towel. All gets transported to the beach. (add cheese if desired)

    Recipe #364699

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