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    Not sure where this came from. My mom just made it one day and got the whole family hooked. Delish!

    Recipe #257980

    Every bit as good as any fancy meat store. We always buy an extra turkey when they're on sale, for this purpose. Makes great snacky food for when company's over, for sandwiches, game day--whatever. It will be a pretty pink color when done cooking. YUM! Note: Don't pay much attention to the nutritional info. Yes, the sodium will still be high, but this isn't taking into account that you're not actually eating all of this stuff.

    Recipe #257964

    My mom uses this recipe for her catering business and always gets a lot of compliments. It makes a very moist, herby turkey. (Works great with two bone-in, skin-on turkey breasts, too).

    Recipe #257954

    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

    Whoa. So good. Patience makes perfect.

    Recipe #257949

    I originally got this out of Eating Well magazine, but have tweaked and played with it a bit. I always make a batch to serve with soft cheeses, like real Gorgonzola, Brie--or Sean's favorite, Fromage di Afinois. Really, really good. Can use with just about any kind of dried fruit, though DH insists you can't do it without at least the apricots. It's also great with turkey or ham on a sandwich.

    Recipe #257942

    One of my favorite comfort food dishes. . .

    Recipe #257085

    Wedding soup is a very old, almost religious tradition in Italy. They throw small pasta instead of rice or bird seed; thus, it is honored in this soup. It is considered good luck for the bride and groom to consume this soup, preferably in the presence of loved ones, either the day before or the day of their wedding. This is my version of love.

    Recipe #257083

    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 had this dish at Italian restaurant chain, Buca di Beppo, and fell instantly in love. I came home and tried to recreate it, and had pretty good success. I get a lot of requests for this recipe, and I think it's a great one for entertaining! Not for the faint of heart--it definitely has a good kick to it.

    Recipe #256807

    This was always a favorite of our family, especially in the summer when the zucchini was coming out of our ears from the garden. This could easily be a vegetarian dish if you took out the sausage--but it's so good with it!

    Recipe #249868

    My friend Wendy introduced me to Honey Garlic Pork Chops at an amazing Chinese restaurant in town, Sea Garden. They are absolutely so delicious--I had to come home and try to recreate them. This is as close as I can get.

    Recipe #246930

    As simple as this is, people seem to love it. I made them for my friend, Devon's, baby shower and had several requests for the recipe.

    Recipe #243463

    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

    I recently made this for a baby shower, and it really hit the spot. Refreshing, not too heavy, and really delicious! I think it'd also be good with roasted red peppers and artichokes, but I left those out this time.

    Recipe #242026

    An attractive treat for any gathering. The salad makes a lot, is delicious, and beautiful to boot! Fabulous for all the great summer fruits.

    Recipe #241871

    Everyone loves cheesy hashbrown casserole, right? The cheese crackers inside and on top push this one over the edge!

    Recipe #241693

    Every time I make this, I get a lot of great reviews. I think I got the recipe years ago in a Taste of Home magazine. I always make extra dressing and keep it around (practically forever), as it tastes great on everything!

    Recipe #241631

    I am such a sucker for sweet and savory combinations--this lasagna pretty much does me in.

    Recipe #241539

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