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    I saw a photo of this recipe on Pinterest and found the original recipe posted on the blog "Mommy? I'm Hungry!". The chicken looked so yummilicious that I immediately had to try it. Since I did made a couple of changes to the original recipe when I prepared it, I'm posting it here with my changes so I can remember how I made it.

    Recipe #484492

    My daughter requested a spicy dipping sauce for shrimp I planned to cook. I found the recipe for this sauce at tabasco.com.

    Recipe #475529

    This recipe caught my eye in the latest issue of Southern Living and I immediately had to try it. Wonderfully delicious! My notes: although the instructions stated to bake the cake for 1 hour 10 minutes, my cake had barely begun to rise by this time. I had a total bake time of 1 hour 35 minutes before the cake tested done.

    Recipe #450370

    From Southern Living comes an easy to make recipe for Crawfish Etouffee. Not an authentically Cajun recipe, but the recipe is good for those days when you're short on time and need to put together a meal in a hurry. This is great served with garlic French bread. This may be frozen for up to one month. Thaw in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #433769

    From Southern Living. These can be made in batches, but the dough will need to be refrigerated until it's time to make the next batch. Pillsbury Hot Roll Mix should be found in the cake mix section in the grocery store. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #433705

    Perfect for brunch, teas, bridal showers, baby showers or just to nibble on while you enjoy your morning coffee. Recipe is from Southern Living.

    Recipe #433412

    My MIL hosted a Mother's Day tea for the ladies at the church she attends and served these delicious little biscuits. They can be topped with either the Blackberry Mustard, my personal favorite, or Lemon-Herb Butter. For the biscuits, she used Mary B's and you can also use thin slices of deli ham if you would like. The amount of ham I have listed is an estimate. The amount needed will depend on how much ham you want to fill the biscuits with. Recipe is from Southern Living.

    Recipe #422690

    I found this recipe online and am posting it here to save it. I made it tonight and we all enjoyed the delicious flavor. The apple glaze was a wonderful addition to the pork. The recipe calls for a boneless roast, but I used a bone in roast. It was done is basically the same amount of time.

    Recipe #368315

    My daughters and I are total Twilight fanatics. To celebrate the release of the dvd, we all got together for dinner before watching the movie. For the entree, a recipe for some type of Mushroom Ravioli was a natural choice since this is what Bella ordered when Edward took her to dinner. After searching online, I found a casserole type recipe for ravioli that had a mushroom sauce. A salad and Recipe #362337, named after the color of Edward's eyes, completed the meal. We thought the original recipe as written was a little on the bland side. So I went to the Italian forum asking for help with the recipe and Chef Dee514 was kind enough to give me suggestions for the recipe. I have now made the recipe incorporating her ideas and although it wasn't suggested, I did opt to leave in the container of alfredo sauce. Much better than the original recipe I had posted and I hope you'll think so too! Huge thanks and hugs to Dee514 for all her help!! :)

    Recipe #364834

    My daughters and I are total Twilight fanatics. To celebrate the release of the dvd, we all got together for dinner before watching the movie. In searching the web for a dessert to serve, I found this one named after the color of Edward's golden brown eyes. I made a couple of small changes to the original recipe to better suit our tastes. Garnished with golden grizzlies, better known as Teddy Grahams, it's a dessert that Emmett would be proud of.

    Recipe #362337

    From Alabama Living comes this recipe for delicious fried cucumbers. Can be served as an appetizer or side dish. Very yummy!

    Recipe #231636

    This is a light refreshing salad that's perfect to accompany grilled foods. From Alabama Living, the cook time listed is the chilling time.

    Recipe #231637

    Posted in response to a recipe request.

    Recipe #223575

    Posted in response to a recipe request.

    Recipe #223573

    I found this recipe quite some time ago on another site and thought it sounded very good. I think the addition of the spices is very interesting and I can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #222072

    Herbes de Provence lends a unique delicious flavor to these tenderloins. You can substitute Italian seasoning for the herbes de Provence if you wish. From Southern Living December 2006.

    Recipe #218292

    I love catfish and it's really good combined with this marmalade mixture. I've also fried the catfish instead of cooking it in the oven. From Southern Living February 2007.

    Recipe #218269

    This torte starts with a boxed brownie mix and gets taken to a whole new level with the addition of mandarin oranges. This make a very lovely dessert. From Family Circle.

    Recipe #218225

    These delicious brownies are laden with coconut and pecans on the inside and topped with a delicious German chocolate frosting. Absolutely yummy! From Family Circle.

    Recipe #218223

    This is a delicious change from traditional banana pudding. Don't let the lengthy directions fool you cause this is really easy to prepare. From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #218112

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