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    This recipe came from a Williams-Sonoma kitchen catalog and looked so good that I just had to try it. My boys couldn't get enough of these!!! The extra waffles freeze well to use later as "toaster waffles" - a great and tasty time-saver for those busy mornings!

    Recipe #323175

    A friend of mine made these for me after we went on a nice morning walk with our new babies, and then shared the recipe with me. Since then, it has become a favorite (especially with my kiddos!), and I have also changed up the recipe to make them healthier. My husband prefers these served with fresh whipped cream; however, they are pretty good with butter and maple syrup.

    Recipe #323025

    I was looking for a recipe that could use up some of the zucchini from the garden that the hubby and the kids wouldn't turn up their noses to and I came across this gem! My 6-year-old's comment after he tasted this was: "Mommy, I love, Love, LOVE this!" I hope that you enjoy it nearly as much as he did.

    Recipe #320209

    I had the best margarita ever when I was visiting my brother in Boston. Shortly after I arrived home, I had a Southern Living magazine that had a mix very similar to the base of the strawberry margarita I had just a little ways from Harvard. Of course, I had to tweak things to make it just the way I like it--I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do. My favorite way to have this is using Cointreau for the orange liqueur and a nice silver tequila. Everyone who has had one of my margaritas generally keeps coming back for more. :)

    Recipe #317066

    The first time I made this was when my parents came over to my house for dinner. I was making a hazelnut crusted mahi mahi for dinner and needed the perfect side dish to go with it. Well, I had asparagus and hazelnuts, so I decided to throw this together and am I glad that I did! It has quickly become one of our favorite ways to eat asparagus. The recipe came from my Mayo Clinic Cookbook.

    Recipe #305503

    This cookie is for the true spice lover. I just love the smell of the house when they are baking and was so fortunate to be one of my friend Lisa's taste-tester's for this recipe (and of course promptly asked for the recipe). I can't remember how many this makes so yield time is estimated. I generally make my cookies using a smaller cookie scoop so we can enjoy them longer. Oh, and if you don't have a lot of time to make these, you can omit the chilling time and they will still turn out--I'm honestly not sure if I ever chill the dough when I'm making these...rebel, I know. ;-)

    Recipe #298708

    I LOVE coconut ice cream and gelato and was so pleased to have had a friend give this recipe to me. Most of the time, I leave the sweetened flaked coconut out since I don't particularly care for the added texture, but that's just me. My friend who makes this all of the time uses a sweetened flaked coconut that is found in the freezer section of the supermarket and says that the taste is better. Experiment and enjoy! :)

    Recipe #297777

    My husband's adviser fixed this salad as a side dish one evening when we went to her house for dinner. After I took the first bite, I asked her if she would give me a copy of the recipe. I feel that the salad is best eaten fresh.

    Recipe #292947

    Have you ever had cube steak (or round steak) sitting in your freezer and had absolutely no idea how you were going to prepare it differently than usual? This was my dilemma until I came across this recipe by Marilyn Moll of Urban Homemaker in a cookbook my friend Shannon kindly printed off for me. Marilyn describes it best: "Vegetables thicken the sauce-like gravy which smothers fork-tender steak." It is important to peel and grate your carrots and finely chop your onion and celery for the gravy to form properly. I also tend to double the amount of flour/mustard mixture that I dredge my round or cube steaks in to be sure that they are well coated. I serve this with cheddar and roasted garlic mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #292775

    I found this dish in a Southern Living Christmas cookbook and made it for my husband's birthday dinner a couple of years ago. Since then, it has become one of our favorite holiday dishes--eaten for both Thanksgiving and Christmas! This past year, we invited our neighbors over to celebrate Christmas with us and this was what we had, served alongside balsamic green beans, a potato gratin, and some lovely wheat rolls. It is not as time consuming as a first glance at the instructions make it appear to be. Part of the prep can be done ahead of time and making the sauce is easy and goes fairly fast. And, the gentleman at our local wine store said that a dry cooking sherry can work as a suitable substitute for the madeira wine, which can run a little on the pricey side.

    Recipe #291933

    Here is another recipe from my friend Lisa. She comments that the egg yolks and cream gives the filling a richness while balancing the sweetness. I couldn't agree more. My neighbor has tried several other pecan pie recipes but has said that this is going to be her go-to recipe from now on.

    Recipe #257965

    Here is another cookie recipe from my friend Lisa--another one I was fortunate enough to be a taste-tester for. I use a smaller cookie scoop so I can have cookies to share (or so they will last longer with all of the cookie hounds in the house!). Also, feel free to experiment with different types of chocolate. I generally use all semi-sweet or a mixture of semi-sweet and Belgian chocolate chips due to personal preference. And, since my hubby is not a fan of nuts in his cookies, I generally leave those out.

    Recipe #257959

    I have a confession to make--I don't like lasagna (bad experience as a child)...that is, until I ate this! My friend made this for my boys one evening for dinner and they both asked for 3rd helpings, so I decided to break down and make it myself for the 3 lasagna-loving males in my household. And do you know what? I found out that I actually liked this--well, actually, I love it! The original recipe came out of my MOPS cookbook, but I tweaked it somewhat and have been so pleased with the results. Enjoy!

    Recipe #257889


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