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    Can't remember where this recipe came from but it certainly is delicious! It's great in the summer as a meal!

    Recipe #261042

    Chicken was on sale 2 weeks ago and I really stocked up. The last 2 boneless, skinless breast were haunting me. Paul requested Chicken Parm. I had never made it before, but this is what I came up with.... It got a rave review from Paul. This was so much food... so even though its only 2 breasts... it could have fed 4!

    Recipe #261018

    An absolutely SINFUL breakfast lunch or dinner. But it is really delicious!

    Recipe #260809

    While looking for a new flavor for burgers...I found some enchilada sauce in the fridge. Nick would absolutely drink enchilada sauce right out of the can... so what the heck.... Enchilada Burgers!

    Recipe #259825

    I whipped this up while I was home sick from work and it was really tasty.

    Recipe #258599

    I made these with 4 left over chicken breasts I had made on the grill. They had been marinated in Italian dressing, but whatever you have on hand is fine.

    Recipe #256964

    This is GOOD--trust me! Tastes like a million bucks--maybe 2 million. I like to use cavatappi pasta (double elbows) because they are long and squiggly so they hold a lot of the sauce.

    Recipe #256690

    Made these last night for a vegetarian friend. They were a hit! Very tender and tasty.

    Recipe #256639

    A classic for winter. I LOVE SOUP! To make it lower in fat, I use 1 cup of the 50% light cheddar from Cabot and fat free 1/2 and 1/2

    Recipe #256023

    A fantastic summer side dish and very healthy also. Had a lot of zucchini and yellow squash in the garden one year, so we invented this. I use the minced garlic in jar for this because it has a milder flavor and this only cooks for a minute or 2. I found that if you use fresh garlic... its REALLY overpowering

    Recipe #256013

    I just recently was given a crock pot. I love it! I made this for dinner last night and it was melt in your mouth good! I used just a 3 pound roast, I am sure any kind of roast will work fine. I also made real gravy with the juice. When I made this, I used vermouth because thats what I had, but red wine, beer or even white wine would work just as well.

    Recipe #255958

    Wow.... that says it all. These are easy and are a fantastic side dish for a big bowl of chili or beef stew. You will not be disappointed.

    Recipe #255478

    This was my first crock pot endeavor. It actually came out good. Just goes to show, you really CAN throw anything in a crock pot. This may seems like a lot of ingredients, but it was super!

    Recipe #255150

    This was a favorite that my friend's mother used to make at Jewish holidays. I finally got her to give me the recipe when she got sick of me begging for it! Its really easy and so yummy.

    Recipe #254506

    This was found in a cook book put together by a church in Gorham, Maine in about 1960. I used fat free ingredients and substituted panko for seasoned breadcrumbs and the crunch was great.

    Recipe #253428

    One of my faves from Grandma Nell. My dad used to make these as well. Everyone turns into a cookie monster when you make them. I use chunky peanut butter.

    Recipe #253270

    Can't remember where I found this recipe but it makes great fudge at home. I have tried this with butterscotch chips and the verdict is still out on that. Milk chocolate chips work very well too.

    Recipe #253269

    Grandma Nell made these alot. Great easy macaroons. I usually use vanilla instead of almond flavoring. But the almonds is great too.

    Recipe #253178

    What a great way to get a summer evening started. Let the marindae sit with the chicken overnight for best results. The orange juice and the beer make the chicken REALLY tender. Its an easy thing to mix up in the morning for dinner that night!

    Recipe #252256

    These burritos were made with left over pork we had from a pig roast. The meat was roasted over an open fire at low heat for 10 hours, so it was smoky and fantastic, but you could use any kind of pulled pork. Check out the recipe for my own BBQ sauce, its a fantastic combo. I like to serve this with salsa, sour cream and sliced olives

    Recipe #252216

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