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    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

    My sister is a vegetarian and doesn't eat onions or garlic so when she comes to dinner I am hard pressed for recipes. This is what I came up with last night and I thought it was delicious! You could use this marinade with any fish or meat. I let the salmon sit in the sauce for about 40 minutes and then baked it in the sauce and drizzled it over the top after it was cooked.

    Recipe #268496

    This is a great marinade for chicken or fish, but be warned… its got a kick! I Use Melinda’s hot sauce. Best to use fresh squeezed citrus juices, but if you don’t have them on hand, store bought will work as well. I like to marinade for at least. If you are looking to pair a wine with this, go for a Riesling. The high sugar content and low alcohol will cleanse the pallet. A chardonnay will magnify the heat of the sauce.

    Recipe #241043

    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

    This recipe might sound strange... who ever thought of using mayo on a grilled cheese instead of butter?? Try it, you'll see. It makes a great crunch on the bread. And you can use fat free mayo... I don't think fat free butter exists. I haven't found a cheese I don't like with this sanwich. You can also switch up the meat.

    Recipe #245503

    Have you ever used Fenugreek? If not I highly recommend it. Thats what gives this ahi tuna that little something in the background that makes you wonder. It has almost a maple flavor but is used in alot of curries. I love it. Penzeys spices sells it online.

    Recipe #250081

    These fritters are a comfort food in my house. My dad always made them when I was feeling down and they are so tasty. For added texture, add a 1/4 cup of thawed frozen corn. If you feel like the mixture is too thin, add a few more crushed Ritz crackers.

    Recipe #241024

    This is a recipe that my mother has requests for all the time. Its great for all seasons. She likes to put it on top of a wedge of brie cheese. Everyone really likes it

    Recipe #242652

    What a quick way to make mini tart shells. Fill with pudding or fruit or whatever. You could also omit the sugar and make them a savory shells to be filled with spiced ground beef with taco toppings! I like to stuff them with a mixture of spinach and ricotta cheese.

    Recipe #280813

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

    Recipe #256639

    Roasted chicken is an easy meal any day of the week. It’s not as hard as you think. Preparation takes about 20 minutes and while it is in the oven you could prepare other side dishes--or take a nap. It really is that simple! To enhance this meal, you could add potatoes and carrots to the pan to roast along side the chicken.

    Recipe #241599

    One of my favorite ways to enjoy fresh asparagus. this is a simple preparation that can be used everyday, but also inpresses guests.

    Recipe #316445

    I bet you think all spinach dips are the same... NOT SO! This one is really tasty. We put a dollop on a cherry stone clam this weekend and grilled it. WOW!! You can do a million things with spinach dip. You could use white wine instead of vermouth... I just didn't have white wine when I made this... I DID have vermouth. No need to defrost and drain the spinach.. it just works

    Recipe #246272

    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

    This is my new FAVORITE!! I cannot believe how EASY this was and the taste... delicious! I used 2 fresh, orange, heirloom tomato for the relish. I am hooked.

    Recipe #322653

    I learned to make this when i lived in Santa Cruz. It was a breakfast staple in my house for a long time. I know chillequilles is something completely different, but this is what we called it. I like to add hot sauce and black olives to this as well

    Recipe #247103

    I know this sounds strange, but Mmm. My friend Melissa brought this to a party in the summer. It was a cool treat on a really hot day. Different than any other dip I had ever had. It was gone in a flash!

    Recipe #241443

    This is a recipe we came up with when the Eilte Bakery in Rochester, NY closed. They had the most fantastic Christmas cookies. When the new owners took it over, they got rid of this recipe. It took along time, but we finally duplicated it. These cookies have just a little bit of anise flavoring. Its very distinct and delicious. Once you try this recipe, you will make it every Christmas! After we bake them, we frost and decorate them. Great way to get kids invloved.

    Recipe #244980

    This recipe is perfect for picnics and eating outdoors since there is no mayonnaise. A perfect addition to any backyard barbecue, this salad can be made a day in advance, but add feta cheese and basil right before serving.

    Recipe #242654

    My dad used to make this for me when i was having a bad day. Its like a short cut to a tuna casserole. You could also substitute fresh broccoli for the peas

    Recipe #249153

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