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    Oooey, Gooey, Rich and Chewy. If you are a fan of cake-like brownies, these are NOT for you. This makes a small pan of brownies that are moist and dense and need no icing. They form a crust that cracks and is a wonderful contrast to the fudgy texture of the brownie. Like all other basic brownie recipes, these are a great base for adding in chunks of chocolate, nuts, or whatever. As an adult, I like them with a 1/2 tsp of espresso powder added. For the brownie purist, the nuts are strictly optional. When I'm having one of those "must have chocolate" days, these are the perfect fix. After 1 brownie, I'm cured.

    Recipe #243900

    Nothing fancy, just a classic. Either smooth or crunch peanut butter is acceptable. Classically, the jelly is either strawberry or grape.

    Recipe #243965

    This is a method for roasting a chicken and then returning the picked-over bones to the pot to make stock as you sleep. It works in a large (oval) crock pot, you need room around the bird for it to roast with air circulation. Feel free to change up the seasoning of the chicken, but keep in mind that it will show up in the stock flavors. If you make an Italian flavored chicken, be prepared for Italian stock.

    Recipe #250149

    Every time I make this, my husband swears it smells and tastes like Thanksgiving dinner. I suppose it could be made with Turkey cutletts to be even closer, but I've always used chicken.

    Recipe #241654

    This secret recipe was passed on to me by my MIL. She said it came from her mother, who got it from a chef at a country club. The chef, so the story goes, required that she keep the recipe a secret and forbid that it be shared. Since the chef is (by now) long passed, I feel comfortable sharing the recipe. I normally make double batches, it will not last. I tried it with fat-free cream cheese and my husband rejected it. Personally, I thought it worked just fine.

    Recipe #241459

    Growing up, this is what my mom was famous for at church. No matter the occasion, she was always asked to bring a dish of almond rice. It has a bit more salt and fat to it than newer recipes. It would easily adapt to crock pot cooking or vegetarian requirements.

    Recipe #244003

    This is from Jessica Seinfeld's Deceptively Delicious Cookbook. I have not made these, but am posting recipes from this book upon request.

    Recipe #259456

    This is one of our favorite crock pot soups. It's very quick to assemble and very tasty with some crusty bread on a cold and rainy day. It is economical and vegetarian friendly.

    Recipe #244222

    This is from Jessica Seinfeld's Cookbook called Deceptively Delicious. I have not tried this, but am posting recipes for others. When I do make them, I will make a version that does not use pancake mix and share my results.

    Recipe #259466

    This is from Jessica Seinfeld's Deceptively Delicious Cookbook. I have not tried this one, but am posting recipes upon request. The author indicates that the chicken can be left out of the recipe for a vegetarian option.

    Recipe #259706

    This is a quick, easy soup to make for lunch. It is a great way to use up leftover eggplant. When adding the curry powder, the quantity given is approximate. There is a huge variation in the spiciness of curry powder. Use an amount that makes the soup taste good to you. If you do not have vegetable stock, any other stock will work.

    Recipe #252648

    This is from Jessica Seinfeld's Deceptively Delicious. She says the taste fools her kids into thinking they are eating fried cheese or chicken nuggets. I haven't tried this, but am posting recipes from the book upon request.

    Recipe #259460

    Inspired by Dave Lieberman's Spicy Coconut Shrimp but simplified/modified to work for my family. I'll start the rice and then pull the marinating shrimp out of the fridge and the timing seems to work for me. I serve this with Grilled Pineapple Salad Recipe #243135, but it is good with any tropical fruit salad.

    Recipe #243768

    A wonderful simple salad filled with the flavors of summer. It tastes like the topping for classic bruchetta.

    Recipe #243778

    This is my favorite quick side dish to make with ramen noodles. You can add more veggies depending on preference. My toddlers love this.

    Recipe #243119

    This yields a mild curried beef dish that is satisfyingly chunky and roast-like. Don't be put off by the seemingly large amount of curry powder, the long cook time yields a surprisingly subtle curry flavor and the sweetness of the vegetables balances it nicely. This is not a soupy curry, it does not need to be served over rice. DH did not realize this was a crock pot dish!

    Recipe #249732

    This is from Jessica Seinfeld's cookbook. Even if you wouldn't normally consider cooking a cake from a mix, this is a great example of how to adjust regular recipes to add more nutrition. I have not tried this yet, but am posting to share.

    Recipe #259707

    From a fantastic award winningregional cookbook from the Junior League of North Harris County (Houston). It is called Texas Ties, and I have NEVER had a bad recipe from the book. I have not tried this one, but it sounds yummy.

    Recipe #245838

    This is a great make-ahead breakfast for a crowd. I take it to potluck breakfast events and it just disappears! When I can find it, I use a soft chorizo that is not in casings. Otherwise, I use the hot Jimmy Dean variety.

    Recipe #246327

    Adapted from FoodTV's Sara Moulton. I've tweaked the fruit part quite a bit. In the summer, when we harvest peaches and blueberries, I make a large batch of the fruit part. I freeze it in recipe-quantity and then thaw for year-round cobbler. This recipe starts upside down with the cobbler dough on the bottom of the pan. The dough will migrate to the top and make a true cobbler crust. My kids like to watch thru the oven door as this happens. If you love crust, make a half batch of the fruit and a full batch of the dough. Cook in a 9x13 pan and you'll have just enough fruit (1/4 inch) to go with the crispy goodness. It's wonderful warm over vanilla icecream. I'll admit to eating it cold (leftover) for breakfast when no one is looking. If I use blueberries, I use 1 cup blueberries to 3 cups peaches. I'm sure it would work with other fruits.

    Recipe #252691

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