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    My mom's wonderful and easy recipe for fudge, a regular part of our Christmas sweets platter! This fudge is very rich and sweet. The top layer can be butterscotch or cherry chips. I imagine that peanut butter or mint would also work, but we have not tried these variants.

    Recipe #400706

    Use whatever flavor of polenta you like, the recipe recommends garlic-flavored but we've also used sun-dried tomato basil with great results. Italian sausage can be whatever spiciness you like. We've also used button mushrooms instead of cremini before.

    Recipe #400652

    Chicken in mushroom wine sauce over Swiss cheese-topped french bread!

    Recipe #400650

    Wonderful vegetarian dish that can be served as main dish or side dish! Use whatever type of packaged polenta you like, our favorite is the sun-dried tomato and basil kind.

    Recipe #400649

    Nice change from boring everyday hamburgers. The original recipe also calls for 1/2 tsp salt, but we don't use.

    Recipe #400571

    Greek-style feta and olive spread served with hamburgers in pita bread! Use whatever kind of ground meat you like for the hamburgers (beef, lamb, turkey). We have made these with ground turkey with great results.

    Recipe #400569

    My father-in-law's recipe. A nice, easy weeknight meal! You may serve the chicken whole or cut-up into bite-size pieces. We've had the most success with keeping the flour coating on when the chicken is whole.

    Recipe #400568

    My grandma's recipe. She was an excellent baker and she actually had a small business of selling these cakes. I have not made this yet because I don't have an angel food cake pan, but I ate it several times growing up, and it is absolutely wonderful, the fluffiest angel food I've ever had! Serve with whatever toppings you like, my favorite is fresh strawberries and whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!

    Recipe #400567

    Recipe is from my sisters. They also gave me all of the dry ingredients in a clear jar, nice gift idea! *Note: The cookies burn easily, watch carefully! We make our cookies on the small side, so the yield is based on that.

    Recipe #400217

    One of my favorite dessert recipes from my mom. *Note: If you'd rather use a 9x13 inch baking dish, just double the recipe. The prep time does not include the time needed in the freezer between making the layers of the pie.

    Recipe #400216

    From my grandma....my grandpa's favorite, which is easy to believe because it's delicious! Apricot pie filling spread on the bottom, followed by white cake, and a coconut pecan topping. *Note: Make sure the cake mix you use is for 8x8 or 9x9 inch baking dish. If you try to make this with a 9x13 inch pan, there will not be enough pie filling to cover the bottom.

    Recipe #400215

    My mother-in-law's fabulous holiday potato dish! This should be made the day before eating.

    Recipe #400213

    The third of three pasta pies from an old BH&G cookbook.

    Recipe #399927

    The second of three pasta pie recipes from an old BH&G cookbook.

    Recipe #399896

    First of three pasta pies from an old BH&G cookbook.

    Recipe #399894

    Another creation by my mother-in-law, who is one of those cooks that can come up with delicious recipes off the top of her head! The sauce is more chunky than smooth texture. Yield: Enough sauce for about 1 lb of pasta.

    Recipe #399735

    "Red" refers to a Chinese style of cooking where the food is cooked with soy sauce (the chops will turn red). Meat must marinate 2-4 hours. The original recipe called for 2 Tbsp minced onion in the marinade as well, but I leave them out as I don't like onions.

    Recipe #399383

    Chicken with a tangy blueberry apricot mustard sauce! Makes an easy weeknight meal.

    Recipe #399382

    Impressive dish with minimal effort involved. Perfect for a dinner party or romantic dinner!

    Recipe #399381

    Lots of flavor with little effort! You can also make extra artichoke and sauce mixture and serve over angel hair pasta.

    Recipe #399379

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