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    This is from America's Test Kitchen's book all about Pasta. I used Pepper Jack cheese instead of the Monterrey Jack and it was yummy. The meal gets a little heat from the Chipotle pepper so if you're not a fan of heat, use the cheese called for. Chipotle peppers are sold in a can in the Mexican aisle of most grocery stores. You only need one pepper/chile for this recipe so line a cookie sheet with waxed paper and spread out the rest of the peppers on it and freeze them. When they're frozen, put them in a ziploc bag and you'll have a chipotle pepper when you need it.

    Recipe #421390

    This was yummy! I wanted to try something new and decided on this and was glad I did. Cook's Illustrated/America's Test Kitchen seldom ever lets me down. I served this over large croutons I made from stale bread I had in the freezer by cutting it into large cubes and toasting/drying it out in the oven.

    Recipe #407680

    We really enjoy Pizzeria Uno's Rattlesnake Pasta but eating out all the time gets expensive. I found this recipe online and we loved it. Next time I'll probably cut back to about 6 oz of the colby jack cheese, but it's definitely a keeper! (Edited the recipe to decrease the flour a little and the Italian seasoning after suggestions from raters)

    Recipe #391012

    This is my version of Pasta Fagioli that I came up with by taking bits of recipes and putting them together to make what pleased my palate. I'm quite pleased with the result. This is a very thick soup. You could easily add more stock if you want a thinner soup. Feel free to substitute the beans you like best.

    Recipe #365641

    I'm not a tuna salad lover so I wasn't sure about this recipe when I first ran across it but since there's no mayo, it's not anything like tuna salad -- at least not to me. Cooking and prep time does NOT include the time for baking the potatoes since the time varies greatly depending on whether you use the oven, microwave or crock pot for baking the potatoes initially.

    Recipe #354086

    This is a tweaked version of the muffin recipe in the KitchenAid booklet. These are very tasty and neither too spicy nor cheesy.

    Recipe #326952

    This is from the Better Homes & Gardens cookbook with just minimal changes. I live for potatoes and this is SERIOUS winter comfort food. I inhale this recipe so it probably would make more servings than 4 if someone else were serving it.

    Recipe #324855

    I love this version of Swedish Meatballs. I have no idea how "authentic" it is, but I enjoy it. Instead of using half-and-half I usually use all milk but the half-and-half will make a creamier sauce. You can substitute ground turkey or chicken for half the ground beef, but I wouldn't substitute it for more than half the ground beef because you want the drippings for making the gravy. I normally serve this over mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #324313

    My mom was a newlywed in the 1950s when she found this recipe. It's been my favorite dessert as long as I can remember. Since I've never seen the exact recipe anywhere else, I have copies stashed all over the place so I never lose it. I usually increase all the filling ingredients by half to have more of it. I've never counted the number of blackmoons this makes so I'm just guessing.

    Recipe #323195

    This is only very slightly tweaked from Alton Brown's recipe from the Food Network. The dough is SUPER gooey -- resist the urge to add more flour -- but the end result is wonderful. Mr. Brown suggests 3 inch metal rings or small tuna cans with the top and bottom removed as "mold" for these. Tuna cans are made so that won't work anymore. I used Egg Fry rings.

    Recipe #322967

    I ran across this recipe over 10 years ago and instantly fell in love with it. To cut it down for only 2 people I use 2 chicken breasts and 1-2 onions and 1 bell pepper but I keep the full amount of spices. If you like spicy foods, I hope you try this.

    Recipe #284982

    I miss living where Pizza Hut has a taco pizza. I had a craving and went looking for a recipe. I didn't find one so I whipped this up. It's close to PH but they don't use taco seasoning in their beef.

    Recipe #217959

    Another winner from the folks at America's Test Kitchen. ONE pot to clean and "from scratch" mac and cheese in 20 minutes!

    Recipe #520126

    This is absolutely delicious. It's a bit of work, but it's really worth it.

    Recipe #519850

    There are a lot of variations on this recipe, but there aren't any on the Zaar that match this one that I love. I don't remember where I found it, so I want to post it here for safe keeping. This is perfect for left over Thanksgiving turkey.

    Recipe #401806

    We saw this on the F Word and I knew immediately I needed to try it. This is a very tasty chicken meal that is served with spatzle instead of noodles. It wasn't the taste I was expecting (I was expecting it to be more like stroganoff) but it was still very good. The taste of the smoked paprika is what makes this dish, which is different from "normal" paprika (also known as sweet paprika).

    Recipe #388207

    Since there are only two of us in the house (well only 2 humans), I don't like to make desserts because there's SO MUCH. So when I came across this recipe I had to try it. It was delicious and the portions were just perfect for us. From Cooking For Two 2009, America's Test Kitchen

    Recipe #380596


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