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    This recipe comes from my best friend, Lisa's mother. Miss Jean has served this potato salad recipe at EVERY summer gathering that I attended at their home for as long as I can remember. The flavors are so basic and simple, which is why I think I enjoy it so much. Very easy to prepare as well. Please be sure to use Miracle Whip and NOT mayonnaise, the flavor just won't be the same.

    Recipe #66403

    Quick and very simple, basic potato salad. Great for picnics or outdoor gatherings because there is no mayo to spoil in the heat or sun. This recipe comes from an "e-zine" for recipes that I receive each week by email.

    Recipe #66325

    Quick, simple and tasty sauce. I use this as one of the sauces for my crab cakes, but it would go wonderfully with any fried seafood. Also can be spread on hamburgers (or veggie burgers!) for something a little different that just plain old ketchup and mustard.

    Recipe #66316

    Another deliciously different way to serve mashed pototoes

    Recipe #66315

    Another nice summer pasta dish, full of lovely colors. Feel free to use any small pasta or pastene you might have on hand. Can be served hot, or at room temperature like a pasta salad.

    Recipe #65914

    This lovely light dressing is great over fruit salad or mixed greens. I like to sprinkle my greens with a little sesame seed. You can also add a pinch of cayenne to the dressing for a little heat, or maybe a little ginger depending on your taste.

    Recipe #65294

    This tart can be is great for a main dish with a nice green salad. Great for brunches also. The nice flaky crust with the rich filling of crab and veggies goes together well.

    Recipe #65209

    If your a fan of egg rolls like I am, give these a try. The asparaus gives them a nice crunch, and the crab meat mixed with the garlic and ginger gives the filling something extra special. The dipping sauces are fun. Beware of the peanut sauce, it's really HOT.

    Recipe #65205

    Quick and simple way to add some extra flavor to plain old white rice. This was something I threw together to go with some fajitas I had made. I usually make this rice in my rice cooker, but it works on the stove top as well. I've used regular long grain rice, or parboiled, both work fine.

    Recipe #64144

    These cookies are a staple in my family. They are so simple, yet so incredibly wonderful. This recipe has been passed down from my great-grandmother. I've listed here the original recipe from my Nonna and great Aunt, as it was given to my mother. It can easily be cut in half, or in fourths. Obviously the full recipe makes ALOT OF COOKIES!! My mom has been known to actually make the full batch, especially for Christmas. Besides the traditional "knot" shape, the cookie dough can be rolled out and cut with cookie cutters. Pumpkins, Autumn leaves, Christmas trees, stars, and Easter eggs are but a few of the shapes we like to make these in. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does. (Prep time includes dough resting time, and cooking time includes glaze drying time)

    Recipe #63753

    This light and tangy version of cole slaw is great for picnics or as a side dish to an asian inspired meal. The beautiful mix of colors in the fresh vegies really makes an impressive presentation.

    Recipe #63693

    Simple and delicious. This is great served with fresh whipped cream and strawberries (or any fresh fruit). I also like to drizzle mine with lavender honey. But truthfully, it's terrific plain too. Great for school or church bake sales.

    Recipe #63625

    We made this in a "Cooking with Herbs" class I went to a few months ago. The lavender adds a wonderful taste and aroma to the honey. Drizzle over toast, scones, pancakes, waffles, granola....possiblilties are endless! This will fill your kitchen with such a heavenly smell as it simmers. I use it drizzled over my sour crean pound cake (recipe to be posted soon)

    Recipe #63539

    A lighter version of the clasic pesto. This recipe is great for all the beautiful, fresh basil available in the summer

    Recipe #63388

    You can double the dressing recipe. This will keep in the refrigerator for up to six weeks in an air tight container.

    Recipe #63106

    For all of the Alton Brown turkey brine fans out there, this is Mr. Brown's brine for shrimp cocktail. I personally like to add a few extra spices to my brine, which are listed above, but I've posted his original brine as he made it on his show. Ever since I found this recipe, its become ONLY way I ever make peel and eat shrimp cocktail. The shrimp come out so moist, and full of flavor!

    Recipe #62878

    I saw this recipe made on 30 Minute Meals. These shrimp and scallops in the light tomato broth are delicious. I've even made this without the saffron (with a touch more garlic and spice) and it was still full of flavor. I substitute vegetable broth for the chicken, but feel free to add it back if you prefer.

    Recipe #62699

    Another quick and easy party favorite.

    Recipe #62323

    This tangy, Asian-style noodle salad is great for summertime, for a quick lunch, or light supper. This dish is both egg free and dairy free, and it's from Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #62240

    This is one of the side dishes that's served at the restaurant where I work part time here in Providence. It was published in our local newspaper. Great, simple side dish for Thanksgiving or other family holidays.

    Recipe #62239

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