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    My mother-in-law gave me this recipe years ago and it is the one I make the most. Super easy. Halve the recipe to cover one bag of prepared slaw vegetables. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #186437

    Do not let the anchovy paste scare you away! It adds a nutty taste to this dressing that balances the herbs out well. From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #186450

    Much better than store-bought. Quick and easy. From the Dallas Morning News.

    Recipe #186435

    Not sure where I got this recipe, but I love it for tuna steaks done on the grill.

    Recipe #186438

    Recipe source: unknown. This is supposed to be a copycat of chicken gravy made by cafeteria style restuarants and diners.

    Recipe #188585

    Got this recipe from a co-worker and have made it often. One of the few ways I can get my husband to eat broccoli! This recipe can be halved, as it makes alot.

    Recipe #77853

    Recipe source: unknown. Posting my stash of clipped and copied, but not yet tried recipes for safe-keeping. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #188583

    The punch we serve at our holiday parties -- suitable for the kiddies. It can be spiked, however, by adding vodka, or liquer of choice!

    Recipe #45449

    A Thai style recipe that I have been holding on to for some time. I am posting here for safe-keeping. I no longer remember where I got it.

    Recipe #188582

    From QED Cooks S is for Seafood on WQED Pittsburgh.

    Recipe #186445

    Posted in response to a request. From The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever by Madge Rosenburg.

    Recipe #30728

    From Cooking Light - posted here for safe-keeping. Instead of the meringue topping, two cups of whipped cream can be spread over top as a substitution.

    Recipe #188753

    When my Nana passed away a few years ago, I was lucky enough to receive her shoebox of recipes. Some were clipped from magazines and some were handwritten. Almost all had some handwritten note on them. I remember these cookies - almost alway made in the fall when her apples were ripe. I don't think the apples were peeled before shredding.

    Recipe #202512

    I was looking for a recipe for Olive Garden's Zuppa Tuscano -- and blended several recipes to come up with this. Serve with green salad and bread.

    Recipe #186443

    These are my all-time favorite ginger cookies! The whole house smells good when these are baking. The recipe comes from Southern Living's 1970 "Our Best Recipes."

    Recipe #45442

    Another of my grandmother's recipes -- very quick and very tasty. Good on game day.

    Recipe #77860

    From Paula Deen. So good and super easy.

    Recipe #188752

    This is one of a number of recipes found in a shoebox in my grandmother's house. I have made this recently with frozen asparagus, skipping the first saute step and cutting down the amount of butter.

    Recipe #77862

    A co-worker brought this into a work luncheon and I begged her for the recipe after tasting it. She drizzled the slices with an orange syrup, but she didn't give me that recipe. I think it could be made by combing 2 tbsp of orange juice with enough powdered sugar to make a drizzable icing.

    Recipe #202517

    From Denton, MD Women's Club "The Chesapeake Collection" cookbook. These fry up light and airy - very good when longing for the beach!

    Recipe #186446

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