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    I got the basis of this from a Jamie Oliver episode. He put herbs, feta cheese and olive oil in a French canning jar for a present. It looked so good, but I thought to myself, I can go one better. (You can mix and match what you think would go well with this, like roasted bell pepper, or carmelized onion instead of the garlic... the sky's the limit) Let this sit for a week in the fridge and get some crusty bread and a spoon and it's really the most decadent garlic bread you could ever have.

    Recipe #205917

    In my quest to find a frozen treat that was lighter on sugar and had whole fruits in it as well as being low in calories I started experimenting. I didn’t want to use juice or kool-aid, I wanted the fiber from the fruit and a smooth creaminess in texture. An excellent snack.

    Recipe #172366

    I hate dense/heavy whole wheat bread. However, I was told to keep my blood sugar level I had to eat complex carbohydrates. It began my search for a pure whole wheat bread that I could eat as a sandwich and enjoy it all. Two notes: the vital wheat gluten and kneading time are crucial! You must do them or it won’t work. Also, I am at a high altitude of just over 4,200 feet so adjust for where you live.

    Recipe #139353

    Sauted shrimp in a garlic/onion butter and white wine sauce, poured over crunchy bread with olives, green onions and tomatoes to garnish. Who wouldn't like it? It's my brother's favorite item at the Olive Garden, I've never had it but fooling around in the kitchen he said it was very close to the actual thing. I like it, so yay me! I guess this clarifies as a copycat. I plan this as the main dish of a meal, but it normally is an appetizer.

    Recipe #90922

    When is a taco salad not a taco salad? Hamburger, tortilla chips, onion, lettuce and cheese. But it's the dressing that makes this amazing! I got this recipe from my parents who got it from my aunt who got it from a friend and so on. It is an amazing change from a regular taco salad!

    Recipe #68223

    This dish of potatoes, cheese, ham, eggs and butter is so bad for you it's good. I got this from a woman that lives around the corner from me. You really could serve this for any meal.

    Recipe #66691

    Chicken stuffed with feta cheese and baked in a crumb coating. If you ever met the woman that created and named this dish you never would have guessed it. Rachael is one of the shyest but funniest people. We still laugh at the name but it's really good! She always served this as an appetizer, but it will do fine as a main dish.

    Recipe #66689

    This is a recipe created by my friend Bev's mother. Bev is one of the wildest Aussies I ever had the chance to meet. Unfortunately she moved back to her homeland early in 2002. I really enjoy this recipe though, you can eat it as a meal alone with a little bread and butter.

    Recipe #66688

    Ohhhh... you have not lived until you've had Kailua Pork with Rice. Succulent, smoky flavor. Heavenly! This was given to me by my friend Andrea when she made it a year or so ago for a group of us and I begged her for the recipe. She grew up in Hawaii with her sisters and this is one recipe that they brought with them. Every ingredient is essential, don't skip them. I'm guessing at the servings but 5 lbs is a lot of meat.

    Recipe #66658

    Light, buttery, cripsy, sweet french cookie. Takes a little effort the first time through but it's rather fast when you get the hang of it and it looks like you spent forever on them. I saw Palmiers (palm-yay) in a local Costco and I was curious because they looked so good. So I went hunting up a recipe and I was shocked it was not on the Zaar. I ate half of them before they cooled, my mom ate one then left because she said she'd finish the rest if she stayed. The yield is according to the package size I bought, it can vary. So can the cooking time. I dare you to try this cookie out!

    Recipe #66655

    This is from the Tassajara Bread Book. Yes, it's all whole wheat flour and honey. It turns out to a sweet, moist, dense cake. I would recommend covering it and letting it sit a day after baking, the flavors are blended and the bread tastes wonderful!

    Recipe #66450

    This recipe comes from the Tassajara Bread Book. I like whole wheat but I hate the heaviness of the finished recipe and usually halve it with white flour. This recipe defies all of that. They are so good. The genius who created this recipe should get a medal. I have used powdered milk in place of regular milk for this and found no difference. I'm saying 8 pancakes in yield, but it really varies on the size you like your pancakes. Additional note: you can substitute applesauce for the oil (use the same amount) and they turn out exactly the same with a lot less calories.

    Recipe #66448

    This recipe came about from tinkering with a few granola recipes. I wanted something that tasted really good, using ingredients that I usually have in the house, that was fast to make and on the whole, somewhat healthy.

    Recipe #66447

    Modified version from Betty Crocker's Slow Cooker cook book. This was great and so much easier than in the oven.

    Recipe #55162

    Taken and modified a little from Betty Crocker's Slow Cooker cook book. So easy to make and so delicious. My family loves it! Great for when you have leftover rice.

    Recipe #55161

    Caramel, Hot Fudge, Butterscotch, Pineapple and Vanilla Sauces. All old fashioned recipes from an old hometown cookbook. Great with homemade ice cream! Prep and cooking times vary with each recipe.

    Recipe #53933

    I love beef stew. I am not fond of canned stew and have read many recipes and finally just took a little from one and a little from another and just added the things I like. This one my family loved so it's a keeper!

    Recipe #53932

    I like Jell-O only served two ways, this is my favorite of the two. I usually see this at family reunions or sunday dinner. I could eat this any time.

    Recipe #49902

    I like a good bread, not the frozen store kind that lacks flavor. This recipe actually has the fruit and nuts incorporated in the dough, which I really like. It is my favorite!

    Recipe #49891

    This came out of a home cookbook many years ago and is still our family favorite for an easy cheesecake that is simple to prepare and delicious!

    Recipe #49792

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