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    Wow, just recently I learned about bacon jam. It is one of the most incredible things I've feasted upon in a very long time. Some of us went to a new local mini-brewery where they served bacon jam and I fell in love! I've tried a few now and this one is by far my favorite from Evil Shenanigans. Served on burgers, a panini, or just plain toast, it's over the top!

    Recipe #471595

    If there's a group you want to please beyond words, make this dish. It is not without effort, but you and your guests will feel like you have eaten like kings. It's not the usual tomato rigatoni and it is quite rich, but it's one of those dishes you can have once in a while. I'm sure you could reduce the calories by using lower fat products, but I can't say what the end result would be. The recipe came from a friend (thanks Barbara) who used to be a member of a gourmet cooking group in Seattle. You be the judge! It was served with Romaine, Radocchio and Bibb Salad and rolls.

    Recipe #428222

    Great for a summer backyard party with neighbors and friends. This makes the best Mai Tai ever!

    Recipe #426662

    I love Italian and I love Halibut so decided to join the two in marriage. It turned out delicious, so decided to share it with you, my "zaar" friends. It's simple and delicious. I miss living in Seattle mostly for all the fresh fish and seafood, but don't miss the grey!!

    Recipe #425986

    This recipe comes from a wonderful friend who said it came from her grandmother and was devoured every time she made it. If you choose to create it, you will understand why. I was fortunate enough to have been served a piece of this and later given the recipe which I am sharing with you because I've NEVER had anything better. Yes, it takes a little extra effort you young folk, but I know you won't be disappointed and anything worthwhile takes a little effort!

    Recipe #425954

    This recipe comes from the cookbook Simply Classic, The Junior League of Seattle which is a collection of tremendous recipes all under one cover. This is one I truly love and make often

    Recipe #394710

    I made this up today with ingredients I had on hand for unexpected dinner guests this evening. It's so simple a child could make it. (I'll probably send it to my granddaughter for a surprise dessert for Mom and Dad some evening.) Besides, it's really good. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #394511

    This is an easy and satisfying casserole we really love when the weather turns cooler, which it has. I like to add about a cup of diced sweet onions, but you be the judge.

    Recipe #393589

    Serve this salad to family or friends on a hot summer day for not only something delicious, but healthy as well.

    Recipe #388003

    These incredible little morsels (made at Red Lobster) are the very best thing on the menu. They absolutely melt in your mouth and can easily be made in your own backyard. I found the recipe on the Internet and really wanted to share it with you, my friends on "Zaar". Feel free to adjust the amount of Bourbon to your own liking. We found this just perfect. These can be served as an appetizer or main course.

    Recipe #387792

    This simple, quick to put together recipe is a real crowd pleaser at gatherings. Besides being healthy with high protein and high fiber, it is one of the quickest consumed. I usually have the beans on hand, and just pick up a high quality Pico de Gallo to go with. Hope you enjoy, too.

    Recipe #385343

    One of the chefs in a local Italian Ristorante developed this recipe for his customers and it is "died and gone to heaven" delicious. It can easily be doubled for more than two. It has all my favorite foods in it and can be served with a green salad and choice wine to make you and your guests want it again and again!

    Recipe #384777

    I've looked through all the "puppy chow" recipes on Zaar and didn't find this one. It's a bit different and VERY delicious, and only 5 ingredients! Try it and tell me what you think.

    Recipe #377536

    Winter is soup time, I adore Thai food, and my husband is a shrimp lover, so with the help of Ladies' Home Journal, I altered a couple things and came up with this mildly spicy dish which we both really enjoyed. Maybe you will too.

    Recipe #356809

    This is an EXCEPTIONAL recipe from our daughter in California. I made it and now have been asked to make it for a large party (45) in April--which I'm delighted to do. The flavor is OOTW but with simple ingredients!! Let me know what you think and I'll share with her.

    Recipe #356460

    Try this little appetizer during the holidays when mincemeat is available and your guests will not only scarf them up but ask for the recipe!! If you have your own special meatballs, just try the sauce and add a different twist to them:)

    Recipe #356452

    This recipe comes from Dillon's Restaurant in Sun City Grand, Surprise, AZ and one that's a little different but think you'll love it. It's fun to vary your Mac-N-Cheese recipes from time to time.

    Recipe #355611

    This is one of those one-dish meals that most everyone seems to love. I found it in an old one-dish meals cookbook I had by Natalie Haughton. It goes together easily and you can sit back, relax and enjoy a few hours later. We love these kinds of dinners

    Recipe #353039

    Not only is this a healthy salad, it is beautiful and delicious! I like to toast my walnuts (or pecans) to help bring out the flavor.

    Recipe #344324

    Got this recipe from our daughter and wanted to share it with my "zaar" friends. It has a few unusual twists which is typical of her cooking; she's a great cook and this recipe shows it!

    Recipe #344320

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