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    Courtesy of Behind the Bash on FoodNetwork. I have not made it yet, but they looked amazing so i wanted to post here for safe keeping! Sounds easy enough to replicate.

    Recipe #359179

    Bright, fresh flavors. Spicy wasabi with sweet bell peppers and edamame is a hit.

    Recipe #352728

    Its cold here in Iowa, really cold. This is one of my favorite winter cures; apple cider with a generous dose of southern comfort

    Recipe #351803

    A Rachael Ray recipe. Hearty and delicious! Like it is portrayed in her magazine, this sauce can be made into a soup by adding potatoes other veggies and beef broth, it can be used as a pizza topping with sauteed mushrooms, used in a quick pasta bake, or simply sandwiched between a hoagie bun. Turns 2 lbs of ground beef into seven cups to be fozen into small batches

    Recipe #351728

    Invariably, everything I cook has alcohol as an ingredient. Why not?

    Recipe #325632

    This recipe came from my father and he always prepares it for my birthday. It can take alot of counter space, however if you don't have it to spare-try doing one burger at a time. Make sure you brown the burgers hot and then significantly reduce the heat to seal in the flavor. The tomato sauce is great with french fries as well!

    Recipe #322237

    I found this recipe in a magazine of crockpot recipes. Mushrooms and white wine really make this dish. Ten minute prep!

    Recipe #317354

    Great Kid-friendly dish. Buttery Crushed Cheese Nips really make this dish. Plus, can be put together in no time.

    Recipe #275247

    I have not made these eggs yet, but wanted to put it here for safe keeping. They sound very interesting what with the addition of silken tofu to lighten the cholesteral and what not.

    Recipe #274248

    Adapted from one of my favorite cookbooks by Andrew Weil. The potato crust is a nice alternative to frozen pie shells.

    Recipe #274107

    Yet another recipe from Rachael Ray that I have tweaked a bit. I absolutely love brussel sprouts but will be making them this way a lot more often than any other.

    Recipe #270751

    I know, I know, but this is pretty darn good, and nice alternative to the bun. It is just like it sounds, a cheesburger with fries inside a wrap. So many ways and ingredients to add to this. I sometimes add worstershire onions to it or switch up the cheese

    Recipe #267561

    Just trust me. These are so addictive. You can eat them hot or I like to eat them cold the next day for lunch.

    Recipe #267527

    This is a dish that i got from my mom. Very economical with homemade polenta that is really simple to make.

    Recipe #267213

    I got this recipe from a Martha Stewart cookbook with a few modifications. You just throw everything into one skillet. Plus, it is much better for you than take-out orange chicken so go ahead and fatten it up with the steak....go on...

    Recipe #267201

    This recipe tastes exactly like a dish from my favorite Japanese/Chinese restaurant. I got it from Rachael Ray's page on the food network website. It is so quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #264289

    This recipe came from Rachael Ray's Website. It looks like a lot of ingredients but, it is very simple to make if you have everything measured, cut ready. Added bonus--you only use one pot! Trust me, this recipe has tons of great flavor

    Recipe #261336

    A great finger food for get togethers. Easy to make and so good with flaky phyllo dough and spinach.

    Recipe #255850

    This is one of my favorite summertime sidedishes. Tossing the salad while the eggplant is still warm softens the mozzarella and really brings the whole dish together

    Recipe #252612

    This is a favorite salad of mine to serve during the holidays; especially around Thanksgiving! The dressing comes together in a hurry, and you can forget the sweet potatoes in the oven while you cook other dishes. Its a great change from the traditional marshmallow side dish with a smokey spice from the chipotle and a sweet note from the honey, balsamic vinegar, and roasted veggies. Enjoy!

    Recipe #251409

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