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    Traditional style cobbler with a sweet buttery biscuit type topping. Adapted to our taste from a recipe by Land O Lakes. We don't care for crumbles or cobbler recipes with oats. After searching high and low and testing many different recipes, this is the clear winner. Posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #509557

    Super fast and simple. Wilted lettuce on the grill for a unique, smoky side. Adapted from a grilling supplement to Ladie's Home Journal. We eat this every time we grill out!

    Recipe #506706

    This fudge sauce is rich and dark. It thickens when it hits cold ice cream and gets slightly chewy. We always top our Sundays with salted roasted nuts as the salt compliments the super rich fudge. This recipe is from our family cookbook.

    Recipe #505868

    This is my favorite hamburger patty from the meat counter at Whole Foods. This is their recipe.

    Recipe #505865

    A mild sauce to brush on your salmon as it grills. From Taste of Home Annual Cookbook 1999.

    Recipe #505852

    This is more of a method resulting in perfectly spicy boiled shrimp. This is my Uncle Mike's method that he perfected through trial and error. We look forward to his shrimp at our family reunions in Louisiana every year! This method will produce very tender, spicy boiled shrimp. Perfection every time!

    Recipe #505851

    Resembles the calorie laden spinach dips at parties that I am totally addicted to..... this is healthy, creamy, low cal....oh my! From FitSugar and was adapted from Whole Foods. Posting for nutritional values. Serve with veggies and pita chips.

    Recipe #505850

    And by 1, 2, 4, I’m referring to combining one part barbecue sauce with two parts vinegar and four parts oil, which are the magical proportions for mixing up this easy vinaigrette. Use this for literally any recipe or dish that calls for vinaigrette. Posted for safe keeping from The Original San Fransisco-style Barbeque Sauce blog.

    Recipe #496144

    This versatile vinaigrette dressing can be used on many different kinds of dishes including pasta salad and is good warm as well as cold. By Jana Lane on suite101.com. This recipe is posted as written for safe keeping.

    Recipe #496143

    Don't let the ingredients throw you off... This is just like eating cookie dough but dip worthy and spreadable. From Chocolate-Covered Katie healthy dessert blog. It is unbelievably delicious and no one will suspect that it is actually a bean dip! Posting for nutritional value.

    Recipe #494572

    I overcooked a batch of great northern beans to the point of disintegration and used them to make this dip as it seemed there was nothing else I could do with them. I overcook my great northern and lima beans A LOT by accident, (I'm neglectful) and use this formula with different mixes like ranch dressing or garden vegetable dip. Strangely enough, this doesn't seem to taste as good with canned beans, beans that are cooked properly, or other bean varieties, but hey.... you be the judge! Posting for nutritional value.

    Recipe #465052

    From epicurious.com. Original recipe calls for making a simple syrup as I have posted but I substitute the amazing ginger syrup from Recipe 123111 instead. I don't get all fussy with the straining or partial freeze before inserting the popsicle sticks... I just puree and freeze in my Norpro molds from Sur La Table. These are delicious! Cooking time = freezing time

    Recipe #463983

    Given to me personally after much whining, begging, and eye-lash fluttering by Michael Thompson of Michael's Restaurant and Ancho Chile Bar in Fort Worth, Texas. This is used to make his once infamous, signature Jalapeno Margarita which they no longer serve except by request... if you're lucky! So simple... who would have thought?

    Recipe #433969

    Best recipe I've ever found! As a professional drinking-ista, I've collected my favorite drink recipes from restaurants and bars over the years from around the globe. This comes compliments of Cafe' Iguana in Denver Colorado... home of one of my faves, the Yucatan Margarita. This FRESH mix is the key to any truly good margarita. Life is too short to drink neon yellow store bought sweet and sour mix!

    Recipe #433959

    My sister lives in a small Texas town where Velveeta is considered a food group. Recipes are passed around through office parties and church pot lucks and she's always given me her favorite finds. Not sure where she got this one but it is certainly one of our favorite calorie-laden, southern cooking splurges! The secret is the seasoned cooking water for the pasta!

    Recipe #433958

    My mother used to make caramel popcorn for us kids on special occasions, except she made it in the oven and it took FOREVER! This replicates the old fashioned hardened caramel coated popcorn. She got her first Amana "Radarange" and this recipe from a lady named Pat Tyner at church and our lives were forever changed... yummy caramel popcorn that was easy for mom and no waiting for us impatient, whiny kids. We've been making this recipe for many, MANY years. Posting the original recipe for safe keeping. I've added a few updates... feel free to do the same!

    Recipe #426180

    Quick and easy from an old issue of Real Simple magazine. I like to make a batch of this and keep it on hand for salads, tacos, whatever! Do not leave the shrimp in the juice/marinade for more than a day as they will become very tough. Make sure to pour off the juice if not eaten within 24 hours!

    Recipe #423326

    Seasoned saltine crackers that are simple to make and add a special touch for your dips and spreads at parties. I have had these on several occasions at bachelorette parties and babies showers but was never given the recipe. My sister had them recently at a birthday party, got the recipe, and passed it on to me. Unfortunately, I don't know who to credit for this, but it's certainly a keeper!!! Was initially concerned about the amount of oil, but hey, it's party food, RIGHT? I have used whole wheat crackers and different kinds of dip/dressing mixes successfully so have fun and get creative!

    Recipe #423316

    No chopping, dicing, or mincing here! My family has been making this easy and fresh salsa for years. Both my father and I have won salsa contests with this recipe as the base and have tweaked it with the optional seasonings listed. You can also control the heat by seeding the peppers or omitting the serrano, but we prefer the heat and flavor of both peppers. I usually add a pinch of sugar which intensifies the flavor of the peppers but my father doesn't. A fantastic basic recipe to play with... so easy, you'll never buy jarred salsa again!

    Recipe #423306

    After a trip to Jazz Fest, I went searching for an EASY and SIMPLE recipe that mimics their famous stuffed crawfish bread without a million ingredients or having to make bread from scratch. I found this on recipe goldmine and have been serving it with cajun meals ever since. This recipe has been requested and adopted by my friends and relatives from New Orleans! Try this... it doesn't get easier or tastier!

    Recipe #423304

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