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    I copied down this recipe, many years ago; and, I resurrected it, recently, for a brunch. It is so easy, and so great; I'm glad I found it, again! It doesn't have a crust, so it is actually more like a frittata than a quiche; but, whatever you call it, it's good!

    Recipe #430092

    This recipe is more about assembly than actual cooking. (I mostly wanted to post my pics, which are pretty!) I had store-bought Romaine and Aerogarden -grown mixed greens, as well as strawberries and blueberries, needing to be eaten, so I made this salad (a variation of the usual strawberry-feta salads). I also put Recipe#49956 on it, but any bottled raspberry vinegrette will work. Also, it would be good with sliced chicken, avocado, onion, etc on top, or made with spinach. Feel free to enjoy it on the 4th, or any day!

    Recipe #378543

    These pretty, pink and white swirled, iced almond cookies came from the Woodbine Cottage in Granbury, TX (via my friend, Victoria!). They have a nice almond flavor, they keep well, and they look so pretty! I think they'd be nice for a baby shower, or for Valentine's Day, because of their pink color. (Note: I find this dough to be rather stiff, and recommend using a heavy-duty mixer.)

    Recipe #343328

    My former co-worker made this for our Fall Harvest pot luck, and it was a huge hit! I didn't think I liked pumpkin too much, but this ends up being so sweet and tender, with carmelized onions...yum!!! I'm posting this, mainly so that I won't ever lose the recipe, again, as that co-worker (Priscilla) is moving to CA!

    Recipe #337759

    One of my former students submitted this for a class cookbook, several years ago. It is to be spread onto toast, after cooking, but it also works to spread it on, beforehand, and lightly broil the French bread slices. Decadent!

    Recipe #337599

    I took Recipe#235826 (which I LOVE!) and adapted it for one, using a George Foreman grill. Since I was heating the grill anyway, I decided to grill sliced onions and red peppers, to add to the sandwich. It turned out great, and I think it'll travel well, as I needed a sack lunch, for a field trip, tomorrow! I took a bite, and it tasted delicious!

    Recipe #327858

    I used leftover fried shrimp, Recipe #229104, and tortillas to make tasty taco wraps. They were yummy, and super-easy, as I had everything on hand. If you don't ordinarily keep my Chuy's Dip in your fridge :-) feel free to substitute salsa ranch; I'm sure it'll be good, too!

    Recipe #319553

    Start with Luvin' Texas' Recipe#275626 (orange swirl cake), prepare it in an unseasoned Pampered Chef stoneware Bundt pan, and you get crumbled orange cake...add these other ingredients, and you, too, can have an absolutely light, yummy orange trifle! It was a great mistake! (You may not have an unseasoned cake pan, so feel free to prepare it in the easiest way, possible, 'cause you're just going to crumble the cake, anyway!) Enjoy!

    Recipe #318506

    I found this recipe online, but I haven't been able to find it, again, to thank the submitter. I've taken the commercially prepared mix cheese ball to several functions, but my friends liked this one just as much, if not more, and it's a lot cheaper!

    Recipe #307916

    This easy Asian recipe came from a Kraft cooking magazine. I subbed the fresh snow peas the original recipe called for, with an Asian frozen veggie mix, containing snap peas. This is very light, and great, served over rice. If you want it to be spicy, you could add some red pepper flakes, to taste.

    Recipe #256414

    These look impressive, and they taste fantastic! They are somewhat labor-intensive, but well worth it!

    Recipe #256151

    This is Mexican rice, which doesn't have a tomato base, like Spanish rice. It is mild and light-tasting. I originally (incorrectly) posted this with a copycat recipe with Chili's Margarita chicken. It made it seem as though this was a copycat recipe; however, this is my own rice recipe, and I make it as a side for all of my Tex-Mex recipes!

    Recipe #241947

    I've made this several times, and have always had rave reviews! My teaching partner, a Reese's nut, loves this, and requests it as a b-day cake! It came from the 5/25/04 issue of Woman's Day. It's beautiful, easy, and rich-tasting, and it looks like I cut thin layers of cake, and painstakingly layered 6 layers with the peanut butter cream! LOL Enjoy!

    Recipe #241935

    We used to have these "camp fire" potatoes as an accompaniment to Recipe #209447 when we went camping. Today, however, mom and I have both given up camping, and make these yummy potatoes in the oven! (Although, I highly recommend that you grill the Korean Beef!)

    Recipe #241049

    My friend, Harold, always brings this to every gathering, because it's always requested, and it's always a hit...I guess I should call it "Always Brie!" :-) Enjoy!

    Recipe #241038

    I got this recipe from a lowfat cookbook, but now that I'm enjoying fat again (ha!), I've listed cheese as an optional addition to the recipe. This is quick, easy, and really tasty! Enjoy! Note: I always serve this with my Mexican Rice recipe (#209210); you might like that, too!

    Recipe #241032

    I got this super-easy, cheap sweetroll recipe from a church cookbook over 20 years ago, and I've been making them, ever since. The original recipe calls for baking them in a round dish with a glass in the middle, but they're even easier, if you can locate a small, microwave Bundt pan at a thrift store, like I did. I vary the recipe by adding different types of nuts, and adding an extract, as well. These do not come out doughy, as you might think, but perfect!

    Recipe #241029

    I think the bacon (and amount of it!) on top is what makes these baked beans taste so great! They are always gobbled up, even by people who claim not to really care for baked beans, that much. Oh, and they're really easy, too! :-)

    Recipe #238983

    I love easy, tasty recipes, and this is one of the easiest! I just give approximations, because this recipe can be adjusted, based on the number of people you're feeding (or how hungry those people are!)

    Recipe #229106

    This stuff is habit-forming! This is the best copycat recipe I've found, as it uses homemade ranch dressing; bottled ranch just doesn't taste very good, in this dip.

    Recipe #229104

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