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    Flaky, forgiveable and stays crispy under the soggiest circumstances! And did I mention delicious?!

    Recipe #239831

    I got this from a Southern Living Crock-Pot cookbook. It's so creamy and delicious, just the way it ought to taste! It's a great meal for kids and husbands alike! (The cookbook used everything full fat and a 1/2 tsp. more salt; I've chosen to lighten it up a bit where I didn't see it would change the taste or texture.) Don't worry about overcooking it if you need to leave it longer than it says. I usually throw it together in the morning before work, leave the crockpot on high, and when I come home at 5pm to finish, it's still fine. You should regard the cooking time as minimum time needed.

    Recipe #289260

    Even a beginner can do it! This was one of the first recipes my mom taught me to make.

    Recipe #239872

    Approved by even my picky BBQ connoisseur husband. I kind of just came up with it hit and miss, and never really wrote it down until my mother insisted. One gal I gave the recipe to loved it so much she even made it, bottled it, and gave it away for Christmas. It'll last for a couple of months in the fridge, and during BBQ season--it's worth it to have on hand. I usually buy the #10 size of ketchup in a plastic container, so I can store the sauce in it when finished.

    Recipe #406077

    A lighter, or at least a bit healthier, version of a great summer classic. From one of my favorite cookbooks, Moosewood Restaurant.

    Recipe #241533

    You could probably get away with using a premade graham cracker crust recipe for this one, though I'm a sucker for good pie crust. Try my All Butter Pie Crust (Pastry) recipe!

    Recipe #359648

    Another one of Grammy's recipes; she's been gone a long time, but these are still a topic of discussion whenever Grammy comes up. A great depression-era favorite.

    Recipe #239823

    It seems that most of the recipes we find that we REALLY enjoy from Food Network come from Barefoot Contessa. Here's one of her best. It made a Brussels Sprouts lover out of my Brussels Sprouts hater Auntie Bev. We eat them usually at least once a week.

    Recipe #257951

    This recipe will cover one cake mix and do decorations. Every time I make it, people say they love it!

    Recipe #242039

    A great little appetizer of fresh mozzarella and tomato spears, drizzled with a basil vinaigrette. No one can eat just one!

    Recipe #242034

    From the Moosewood Restaurant--rich and chewy and oh so very delicious.

    Recipe #240322

    Every time I make this, people beg me for the recipe. It's the perfect combination of sweet and savory; the ultimate comfort-food pie.

    Recipe #239600

    Another recipe from Moosewood Restaurant. A delicious "wafer," similar to goldfish crackers. Serve with Recipe #241528.

    Recipe #241527

    I got this out of Cook's Country Feb/March 2008 edition. Makes an easy dinner, it's full of good-for-you broccoli, and tastes like you spent hours. My husband wasn't as impressed as I was, but then again, he's not a huge fan of broccoli like I am. The magazine recommends serving it over rice or egg noodles--we used the noodles and it worked great.

    Recipe #293548

    Well, okay--it might not be your traditional tortilla soup. I challenge you to try this one. I think it's way better. Had something similar at a Mexican restaurant in CA--came home and found this to be so comforting and extremely addictive. Can't tell you how many times I've made it (by request) since then. . .

    Recipe #256850

    I think I got this one from Barefoot Contessa. Makes a great picnic lunch, or just to brown-bag it to work.

    Recipe #258576

    One of three recipes--also try my Memphis Style Pork Ribs or Kansas City Ribs. Nothing fancy, but folks will rave about these melt-in-your-mouth delights. These are sweet, savory, a bit spicy and have a unique eastern flair.

    Recipe #258584

    I never knew how much I liked chocolate pie until I ditched the pudding mix and made it from scratch! This also makes a really wicked chocolate pudding, if you're ever so inclined.

    Recipe #239853

    A very versatile vegan pesto! Can be used as a spread for crackers or to spice up a number of different dishes.

    Recipe #239746

    Simple but very delicious! Holds great at room temperature--the perfect potluck salad!

    Recipe #239868

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