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    I got this recipe from Epicurious and it quickly became a favorite. Much easier to make than it looks, it's lighter (and easier) than a cheesecake, and everyone seems to love it. The best part is you can make it ahead of time and forget about it until it's time to serve. It's a great ending for a Mexican or summer menu.

    Recipe #237637

    These peanut butter cookies are pure, peanut butter goodness. If you like, adding chocolate chips will take it to another level!

    Recipe #145221

    These are Delicious! I concocted this from three different recipes for the most watermelon flavor. The orange juice paired with the watermelon gives these popsicles the color of a beautiful sunset, which is a great time to have one.

    Recipe #128816

    I finally mastered pizza making at home! It was a day to celebrate, since this pizza is actually better than you often go out for. When I make this my husband says it's always the best part of his day. It's a combination of recipes and techniques that I put together from Cook's Illustrated, a very good cook I know, and some "serious" pizza guys. This recipe makes a 13x18 inch half-sheet size medium crust pizza, OR two traditional round thin crust pizzas, and the crust is crispy/tender. (I find I can get a thinner crust from a round pizza, since there's a little more room to spread the dough out.) The sauce is very flavorful and I've tried to include all my tips for success! You MUST have a pizza stone for this, and pulling the pizza on the parchment onto an upside-down half sheet pan makes it easy to transfer the pizza to the stone. The sauce recipe will make enough for 3 medium pizzas, OR 6 thin crust pizzas, so reserve the extra for another pie. Layers for the topping need to be thin enough to allow the crust to crisp. (I know it goes against all instinct, but it's very important to please practice restraint!) I've revised the recipe to include a little less of the toppings for better success. Preparation time includes rising time for the dough and may seem like a little work, but once you've tried this you may never go out for pizza again!

    Recipe #123710

    This version of Carrot Slaw was adapted from three different recipes, and a big hit at a dinner party, with an immediate recipe request. There are some big flavors in these carrots, and this is actually better the next day.

    Recipe #105475

    Home-made is best, but sometimes you need something quick! I was trying to see what I could concoct straight out of the pantry, and we were surprised at how great this tasted! The secret to this recipe is the Chicken Base (I use one with added herbs), and simmering the vegetables over low heat for the most flavor. You can substitute pasta spirals, small shells or bow-ties for the noodles if you'd like a different texture in your soup.

    Recipe #101603

    Here's a fresh tasting drink with a twist, and a delightful summer beverage.

    Recipe #67456

    If you've never tried water infused with Lemon Verbena, you're missing a refreshing flavor of summer! So simple, for so much flavor! Also, adding a couple of leaves to a cup of hot tea adds a whole new dimension, and is a great pairing with iced tea. A beautiful and tasty herb which will grace your garden.

    Recipe #66757

    Friends of ours made these for us as the prelude to a hot summer evening, and with one drink, this became our favorite new cocktail! Very fresh and light and a great way to use the mint from your garden. (From the cookbook, Viva la Vida by Rafael Palomino.)

    Recipe #66755

    This is a little twist to Jell-O popsicles and has become a summertime favorite, as it has a bit less sugar with ALL the flavor.

    Recipe #66754

    I have not personally had to try this YET, but understand this works better than tomato juice for neutralizing the skunk solution. Use this first, as it won't work if you have already bathed the dog with something else.

    Recipe #65711

    This is a "knock-off" of a dish from one of our favorite Italian restaurants. The prep time does not include marinating the chicken overnight. Most excellent served with Alfredo sauce and Artichoke hearts!

    Recipe #61670

    This is a delectable danish style bread, very light and tender. The recipe seems more complicated than it really is, and makes four loaves, so there's plenty to share. Prep time does not include overnight or second rising time. One of Southern Living's best recipes.

    Recipe #60521

    This cream cheese pie in a cookie crust is always a hit. A simple recipe that goes with any kind of topping or tastes great served plain.

    Recipe #60496

    Grate some cheese and after three minutes in the oven, you have a beautiful appetizer for a glass of wine. The cheese melts into a lacy circle, and the fresh chives add color and flavor. Try other fresh herbs or freshly ground pepper for variety. I found this in the Chicago Sun-Times Food Section and was impressed with how well these turn out!

    Recipe #60471

    A delicious savory appetizer, to serve with tortilla chips and salsa. This recipe will serve a large number because it is rich and a little goes a long way. I sometimes make half a recipe and bake it in a 6-inch springform pan for a smaller party. Heated, this makes an awesome dip for the fondue pot.

    Recipe #60468

    I call this 60th Anniversary Punch since this is what we served at my parents anniversary party. This is a light, non-alcoholic, elegant punch that many thought tasted like champagne.

    Recipe #58432

    If you're anywhere from the midwest, you will be familiar with these "loose meat" sandwiches. I spent years looking for a recipe that duplicates what I remember eating while growing up. After much experimenting, my sisters and I finally declare this recipe as IT. I hope you think so too! UPDATE: I spent an afternoon with my Mom at the original Nuway location down on East Douglas in Wichita, KS and was able to refine the recipe a bit more after talking to someone who had worked there for years. I've adjusted the recipe to reflect the information I was given, to be more precise. I found they cook the meat at a high heat in a cast iron cooker, then hold it at around 200 degrees to serve the lunch crowd. I was told there is no seasoning in the meat, but that all the flavor is what is on the bun. I made these again to test that theory, and realized the dill pickles are salty enough that you don't need any extra seasoning. I orginally had counted the "holding" time and realized this actually only takes minutes to cook. Sometimes the best things are ultimately simple! These are the Real Deal.

    Recipe #58430

    A good friend of mine gave me this recipe after a long discussion on Pressure Cooking. I changed the name to Pork Roast Divine, because it really is. The drippings in the bottom of the pot make the best gravy, and I often use this as a base for my mother-in-law's homemade noodles, which made my Dad's (and husband's) favorite meal. This also makes incredible bar-b-que pulled pork sandwiches.

    Recipe #52300

    My dog has allergies and needs her ears cleaned on a regular basis. We were spending a small fortune in cleaning solution, until a friend of mine who has a Therapy dog shared this recipe with me.

    Recipe #52051

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