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    A different twist on an old favorite. If you want the try a smoked chicken from Ray's, you can contact them to see if they will ship. It is excellent. http://www.raysprimefoods.com/

    Recipe #515687

    I bought a small container of this salad from a health food store (Foods for Living) and really liked it. It had the ingredients listed on the label so I made up a batch guessing at the amount of each ingredient. It came out good. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #511360

    This is a recipe I created by modifying a recommended one for weight loss.

    Recipe #506146

    I found this on a coffee aficionado site. I am posting it here for safe keeping. I have not made it yet, but it sounds good. Let me know what you think. Thanks!

    Recipe #409791

    I am not a big fan of semi-sweet chocolate chips, so I used milk chocolate chips and then decided to make the cookie base chocolaty too. My oldest son called them dirt cookies because of the brown batter. So, the name stuck. My kids love them and I hope you do too!

    Recipe #394247

    This is a recipe I made up on the fly. I had made a full size German Chocolate Cheesecake and it was very good. People said it was awesome, but you couldn't eat a big piece because it was so rich. So, I decided to modify a popular cheesecake tart recipe and came up with this. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #375890

    I whipped this up as I had a few pears and a few apples to use up before they went bad. I didn't add any egg or butter and it came out great. Everyone loved it, I hope you do too!

    Recipe #347187

    This is a simple, basic chicken noodle soup recipe that everyone will enjoy. You can add what ever other vegetables to the soup that you like. My oldest son said it was great and he is hard to get a compliment from. I hope you enjoy it too. Thanks, Brian

    Recipe #319121

    I have heard great things about Sea Salt Caramels and found this recipe on About.com. I have not given it a try yet, but soon will. If you get a chance to make it before I do, let me know what you think. Thanks, Brian

    Recipe #287669

    This from the Rachael Ray Show. This is a variation from the original as our family does not like bleu cheese. Otherwise it was the same.

    Recipe #280757

    ***Note*** I reduced the salt to 1 teaspoon as the reviewers said it was too salty. This is a recipe that came out of a little cookbook called "Secrets to Cooking TEXMEX." I have not made this recipe yet, but plan to. Enjoy

    Recipe #280042

    I got this out of a 2007 Pillsbury Holiday Cookie Book. I made them for our Christmas trays this year. They taste awesome and are very easy to make. Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you off.

    Recipe #273470

    I was trying to come up with something to serve canned corn in a more interesting way instead of just heating it up and putting butter on it. Everyone loved it and it was completely gone. My 16 year old son said "Dad this corn is awesome." I hope you like it.

    Recipe #272155

    This is a recipe I developed trying to come up with something to put on my kids plain turkey or chicken sandwiches as they don't like mayo, miracle whip, etc. This is kind of a sweet and sour with an optional spicy taste if you like. I will find out if they like it tomorrow.

    Recipe #268997

    This sounds awesome. This is from the December 2007 Cuisine at Home magazine. I am going to make it for Thanksgiving tomorrow. Enjoy!

    Recipe #267274

    My Grandmother used to make these pickles when I was a little kid in 1/2 gallon paper milk cartons. I am trying to find her original recipe. I found this one and hope it is close. Let me know how they turn out if you make them before I do. Thanks, Brian

    Recipe #265084

    This Dill Pickle Soup tastes just like the one they serve at the Polish Village Cafe in Hamtramck, MI, a long time Polish city next to Detroit. If you ever get a chance, stop into eat there. If you grew up Polish, it feels like you're eating in Grandma's basement. Enjoy!

    Recipe #264619

    A friend of mine from work brought these into work one day. He said they were his grandmother's recipe - Jenny Sharpe 1957. These are very delicious. Enjoy!

    Recipe #263995

    Good standard Lasagna recipe

    Recipe #262684


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