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    7 Reviews |  By DDW

    A hot soup for those chilly nights. A loaf of crusty bread to dunk in your bowl - oh yeah! This is winter comfort food at this house - especially after a day at the ski hill. Sometimes I will throw some barley in for a change. Try it - I think you'll like it.

    Recipe #75561

    This is a fun twist to homemade applesauce. Red hot candies give it some "bite" and those can be adjusted to one's personal taste. We love to serve this when we make City Chicken and Mashed potatoes. Great Fall/Winter food. I found this recipe in a '98 issue of Taste of Home and have been making it ever since.

    Recipe #75319

    47 Reviews |  By DDW

    Ultimate winter, "feel good" food! This is a favorite at our house and the gravy just has to be served over some homemade, garlic mashed potatoes. Add some Chunky Cinnamon Applesauce and you have a wonderful meal! This recipe came from a '98 Taste of Home Magazine. This can be a bit on the salty side - exchanging the garlic salt for garlic powder and then using reduced sodium chicken broth would help.

    Recipe #75316

    Light and very tasty!! The vinegar mixture has a bit of a tang from the vinegar and it could be toned down a bit if you wish. A great summer time meal but if you grill year round like we do it wouldn't really matter. If you aren't a jalapeno person be willing to try it - this isn't a "hot" dish. This recipe is something I got from my FIL a few years back and I just re-discovered it. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #74256

    2 Reviews |  By DDW

    Pork tenderloin is so easy to prepare and this chutney makes it even easier when it can be prepared ahead of time. Good recipe for entertaining. This recipe comes from a restaurant's cookbook that we frequent often - the Fly Fisher's Inn in Cascade, Montana. Enjoy!

    Recipe #74216

    7 Reviews |  By DDW

    If you are in the mood for a rich, creamy pasta dish - try this one! The flavor is so...yummy - not low cal though! Perfect with crusty bread and a good salad. Cook time includes making the noodles. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #74213

    2 Reviews |  By DDW

    These are some yummy hot sandwiches and can be made ahead of time and then heated later. I've made them for our family and even a large group. The butter "spread" makes enough for double the sandwiches. Don't over use - more is not better on these sandwiches! The taste is great but when I've spread more on because it tastes so...good - I've ended up with soggy bread. This recipe came from a '99 Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #73109

    4 Reviews |  By DDW

    This dish a winner! Simple, easy to make and it has great presentation. I've made this 3 times so far and it's never failed. The hens cook perfectly and the taste is wonderful. #69724 makes a perfect side dish for this entree. The recipe comes from the Aug '03 issue of Gourmet. This is a great meal for entertaining! I served it for 10 this weekend and everyone loved it.

    Recipe #73015

    1 Reviews |  By DDW

    This recipe arrived today in the mail on some free cards. These sound quick, easy and very yummy! Maybe you got the card too? Credit goes to Family Favorites.

    Recipe #72104

    This is a fun appetizer to have when friends are over. It's one of those recipes that is a bit different from the usual dips. You could add all sorts of chopped up pizza toppings to jazz it up even more.

    Recipe #72031

    1 Reviews |  By DDW

    Cranberries are a favorite at this house and this simple pie has HUGE cranberry taste. Creamy with both sweet and tart flavors. It's wonderful served warm with vanilla ice cream but good chilled too. I found this recipe on an e-zine list I belong too. It's our favorite pie recipe.

    Recipe #72030

    1 Reviews |  By DDW

    A friend gave me this recipe many years ago. It came from some cooking contest and was printed in a newspaper. The sauce is sweet and tangy and works well with plain rice. The meatballs have a lot of extra ingredients that really aren't necessary so one could use their own meatball recipe for this dish. The foil in the pan is just for easy clean up. A nice salad and some good bread would make this a quick and easy meal. The cook time is figuring that you are simmering the sauce while the meat balls are baking.

    Recipe #72029

    12 Reviews |  By DDW

    Winter's coming and there's nothing better on a cold snowy night than a good Tom & Jerry! After trying several other batters we have determined this one is the best - the marshmallow cream is what makes it. The batter will last for several days. Some separation will happen but you can mix it up and it will be fine.

    Recipe #72028

    1 Reviews |  By DDW

    This is a great breakfast or brunch dish and a nice change from the usual breakfast type casseroles. Breakfast burrito lovers will enjoy this recipe.

    Recipe #72027

    4 Reviews |  By DDW

    This is a great way to use up the Rhubarb surplus and in about 30 minutes you have a jam supply for lots of PB&J! My kids love it! You can make a different jam by just using the jello and leaving out the pie filling but we think this is the best way. You can experiment with different jello or pie filling flavors too. It's always fun to share a container with friends or neighbors.

    Recipe #72025

    410 Reviews |  By DDW

    We think this is the best white bread recipe ever! It is a tender bread with a slightly sweet taste. My dinner rolls using this dough are so good, everyone always loves them. It doesn't take to long to make them when the bread maker does most of the work. The cook time is listed for the rolls only because everyone's bread makers cooks at different rates. Mine is older and a regular loaf will take 4 hours and 10 minutes. I have found that 15 balls of dough fit perfectly in the 9X13 pan with sides touching after raising the 2nd time but they can be made whatever size you want. I hope you enjoy this great bread as much as we do.

    Recipe #71373

    This is a wonderful side dish that would go with many different dishes. Our whole family loved the smell while it was cooking - then sampling before dinner it was hard to stop! I think the fresh basil really gives it wonderful taste. It's easily halved for a smaller group. This recipe is from the Aug '03 Gourmet magazine. Try it!

    Recipe #69724

    5 Reviews |  By DDW

    This is a nice dish when you're in a hurry. It jazzes up bottled spaghetti sauce nicely for those nights you don't have time make sauce from scratch. Serve with a caesar salad and some French bread and you have a quick, satisfying meal.

    Recipe #63076

    8 Reviews |  By DDW

    These brownies are the all time favorite at our house and everyone else loves them too. The recipe originally came from a '97 TOH but I have made it so many times for so many people that it's known as "my" recipe, wish I had made it up! My only suggestion is don't let them over cook.

    Recipe #62311

    6 Reviews |  By DDW

    This is a great summer salad that tastes super with any grilled meat. The longer it marinates the better! The ingredient are things I normally have in the house so it's easy to whip together. It from a '97 TOH and it has become a favorite at this house. The cooking time listed would be cooking the pasta. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #62310

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