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    I originally started with my Blueberry Cream Cheese Pie, then decided to try it with raspberries when they came into season. YUM! I might even like this one better? 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 #382259

    We're in love with Tom Douglas' Coconut Cream Pie from Dahlia Bakery here in Seattle, but at $35 a pie plus a $5 deposit for the plate--I knew I had to come up with my own. I watched a demo of his on the local public television website, but still felt I needed to add my own touch. I'm proud to say it's a winner! Take that, Mr. Douglas. . . . One note: I would highly recommend you follow the instructions for a great pie crust below, for optimal crispiness and flavor. Otherwise, you can roll out a store-bought dough, and just before rolling it out, sprinkle the coconut on top and roll it in. Will be more susceptible to burning, but should be okay if you watch it close. I always make a big batch of my All Butter Pie Pastry, recipe #239831, and keep it in the freezer for easy prep. I've rolled the coconut into the prepared, thawed dough with no problem.

    Recipe #381396

    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

    Combining all sorts of ideas, this makes my ideal pie. I can't believe I'm actually sharing the recipe--swore I never would. My husband begs me to make it, and every time I do for company, potlucks, etc.--there's never a scrap left. I'm sure it would make good leftovers. . . Try my All Butter Pie Crust (Pastry) recipe with this one--it holds up very well with the "wet" filling.

    Recipe #359625

    I got this recipe out of the Paula Deen magazine, March/April 2008 issue. Made it for myself for my birthday, and everyone REALLY loved it. It is a dense, extremely moist cake. It didn't last long at all when I broke it out. For me, I would say it could stand a bit more tangerine flavor, but it was quite good. I wonder if adding orange extract to the batter would make a difference? Maybe next time. . . I also think you could substitute any other kind of citrus, equal amounts, with the same delicious results.

    Recipe #293536

    Pulled from Fine Cooking Magazine (Feb/Mar. 2008)--my current FAVORITE cooking magazine. I made it last night for the family, and WHOA, is it good! Granted I am blessed with two little boys and a husband who love nearly all food, but they all liked this one A LOT! It isn't overly brothy--consider adding a couple more cups of broth if you like it more "wet." It's garlicky, fairly simple, and very nutritious! The magazine says it's best served with crusty cheese toasts. I did just that, and served it with (Safeway brand) frozen five-cheese toast. YUM!

    Recipe #289268

    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

    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

    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

    A pretty little appetizer for those hot summer days, or when you just don't feel like "cooking".

    Recipe #240442

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

    Recipe #239831

    Just as good if not better than the restaurant. And, as those Jiffy cake mixes become harder to find, this will always be available!

    Recipe #239601

    I got this recipe from my dear friend Jackie, and have been absolutely hooked on it since!

    Recipe #239599

    I used to work for Buca di Beppo years ago; they served Italian Wedding Soup for special occasions. This is my version of it, and the best part--it's a cinch to make! (Wedding Soup is a very old, almost religious tradition in Italy. The Italians throw small pasta--pastini--instead of rice or birdseed; 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.)

    Recipe #458934

    I used to work in an upscale gourmet foods store, and this recipe was a huge success with the clientele. I've scaled it down to a normal sized recipe, but you may choose to tweek some of the flavors before cooking. Taste the marinade before you put the fish in!

    Recipe #428573

    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

    I needed something tender and delectable--moist and melt-in-your-mouth like, that didn't require a whole lot of fuss. One pork roast and a crock pot's help later, perfection. I can't even tell you. How. Good. It. Really. Is. NOTE: When I say "boneless pork roast," it must be one of a boneless "blade/Boston/shoulder" cut. Every store labels them differently, but look for at least one of these labels. If it doesn't say that, don't bother. The roast should be well marbled, and have a decent layer (1/4-inch?) of fat on one side.

    Recipe #400045

    This is an adapted version of a recipe I got from my mom. I remember her making it once when I was much younger, not telling my eggplant-hating uncle what was in it. He loved it, with second and even third helpings. After telling him later what it was, he said he thought it was a "thick noodle." (You can use your own homemade sauce, but I've found one on the shelf that I like almost as good as anything I can make from scratch. It's Classico's Fire Roasted Tomato & Garlic. YUM!)

    Recipe #328259

    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

    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

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