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    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Pasta, fruits, and crunchy cashews... Great Salad! From Taste of Home Magazine.

    Recipe #189325

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    If you live near a Kneaders bakery, their stuffing recipe is the way to go! Stuffing made with Asiago Cheese Croutons is out of this world! If you don't live near a Kneaders and can find Asaigo cheese bread to make your own croutons you will definately want to give this recipe a try. I do add to their original recipe, cooked pork sausage, but either way it is good! It takes about 3 pkgs of croutons for a 9 X 13. I am guessing it is 9 cups.

    Recipe #188209

    3 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Excellent! From Southern Living Magazine. Can use fresh or frozen corn.

    Recipe #188207

    From the Atlanta Junior League Cookbook! Easy and good!

    Recipe #188056

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Another Paula Deen original! Easy and delicious! We are not real big casserole people, but this was a big hit with the family.

    Recipe #187765

    A nice Asian Pasta salad. It is always fun to bring a "different" kind of salad to a gathering. From Paula Deen.

    Recipe #175382

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Easy recipe with a Latin flavor. Can be easily be kicked up if you want it to be a bit more spicy. Whole garlic cloves added, I think would be real tasty. I am sure this could be done in a crock pot as well. From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #175211

    Easy, simple ingredient antipasto platter recipe. Very good!

    Recipe #175057

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    This recipe is made by making a sesame type mayonnaise in a blender. Very good, the chili oil added at the end gives it a nice kick.

    Recipe #168151

    3 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Tomatoes, onions, pesto and cream--doesn't get any better that. A friend gave me this recipe that comes from a local upscale restaurant called Chef's Table. Excellent!

    Recipe #164752

    2 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    What makes this recipe different is the softened butter that is added to the yolk mixture. It adds a nice depth and richness to the eggs. This recipe is a Julia Child original.

    Recipe #164105

    Easy enough for a weeknight meal, but also elegant for entertaining. Can be made ahead as well.

    Recipe #163655

    I did it! I finally found the recipe for the absolute best breadsticks. This recipe makes big, beautiful breadsticks and lots of them too. I experimented with the original recipe and made several adjustments and made many variations as well. The recipe can easily be halved, but you might as well make them all and freeze what you don't use (we never have to do this though, they all get gobbled up).

    Recipe #163033

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    A chicken salad with fruit, nuts and and some interesting spices. This recipe comes from a cookbook that my mother gave me that is about 20 years old called "With Singleness of Heart". I will post the recipe as is, because it is really good, however I strongly recommend cutting back on the amount of mayonnaise and using a low-fat version. This recipe is suppose to feed 25 in lettuce cups.

    Recipe #160568

    4 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Moist chicken thighs coated in a thick sweet and spicy Asian sauce coat. Incredible! Our family loved it!! I even used frozen thighs right into the pan. Serve with Jasmine rice and sauteed snap peas. Recipe from Fine Cooking Magazine

    Recipe #159137

    We really like this at our house. It's nice to get away from meat once in awhile and all the flavors involved in this Lo Mein don't make you miss a thing. Simple and Delicious!

    Recipe #155248

    A cheesy spread topped with a tangy mango chutney. From Saveur magazine. Excellent!

    Recipe #155179

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    After having this great dish at a Thai restuarant in Petaluma, California, I knew I had to find the recipe. This recipe for Sweet Pork cames from the cookbook, True Thai. This dish has some great flavors going on and a definate keeper at our house. The kids love it!

    Recipe #152372

    These tasty little crescent rolls have a sweet cream cheese filling. I strayed from the original recipe and used a half of a can of cream cheese frosting to drizzle over the top. Good!

    Recipe #151062

    These pancakes are very tasty and you just feel good serving them to your family and they love them too. This recipe is from Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #150435

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