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    White chocolate fondue with a swirl of raspberry puree. Serve with tart fruits to balance the sweetness of the white chocolate. Strawberries, peaches, pineapple and not-too-sweet cookies like biscotti.

    Recipe #343339

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com this is a favorite sandwich in the family. It take a little extra time to make the cheese sauce but it's well worth it. great toasted gooey sandwhich.

    Recipe #304411

    Big fluffy cake-like cookies. This is a recipe passed on from my mom. Her recipe card is so covered with cookie ingredients you can't read it anymore. My sister and I call her regularly to get the recipe, so I am adding it here so I will always have it.

    Recipe #298710

    A family favorite and simple to make. A great use for leftover turkey or ground turkey.

    Recipe #269248

    This can be assembled the night before and baked in the morning. Great for when you have overnight guests. Time does not include 8 hours chill time.

    Recipe #261108

    A different twist on traditional tapenade. Great for a holiday appetizer.

    Recipe #261098

    I saw similar recipes but none with ginger and cinnamon.

    Recipe #261091

    A recipe past down from my Nana. Very rich and not low fat. Great served with garlicky pasta and bread.

    Recipe #261040

    Serve with your favorite scone topping. Can be made in advance and store in air-tight container.

    Recipe #261035

    The best tortilla soup ever. And simple to make. 30 minutes of simmering is included in time.

    Recipe #260913

    Use with my Recipe #252010. Very easy to make, and it can be prepared a day in advance. Cover and refrigerate until one hour before serving. Let come to room temperature. Then add soy sauce and lime juice just before serving.

    Recipe #252017

    This is a recipe for a crowd so the quantity is high, but can be modified easily. I like it because it's real easy to let it marinade overnight then you only have to grill the day of the party. This is the best way to eat flank steak, everyone always raves about the recipe. Be sure to have a copy of it if you make it for a crowd. For a cheaper version use chicken instead of beef.

    Recipe #252010

    These brownies are rich in chocolate flavor, with a hint of cinnamon. Great for your Cinco de Mayo party served with fried ice cream.

    Recipe #230591

    A great stew to make in the crock pot. Any suggestions for adding more flavor? It tasted a little bland the first time I made it.

    Recipe #229764

    I know there are already 3 pages of recipes, but the list of ingredients in most were to long for me. Here is a recipe my family loves because is tastes great, and a recipe I love because it's so easy.

    Recipe #221285

    I have not made this yet, but will be using it on mixed field greens with bacon, canndied pecans, and goat cheese.

    Recipe #221059

    This is a favorite of my DH, and even I like it now and then (I'm not a huge fan of meatloaf). The brown sugar makes a crispy topping that is delicious. Serve with mashed potatoes, peas, and carrots.

    Recipe #212219


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