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    This recipe was found in a insert in the paper called American Profile and was made by a lady named Carolyn Hayes from Elba NY. A guy in our office makes these for us and they never last long. He did say that it takes a while to get them perfect. All I know is these are too good not to share. i made these using silicon baking sheets and the first batch took around 20 minutes the others around 19- watch them carefully adding 2 minutes at a time until the edges start turning brown. also beware that your spatula to remove will become encrusted with the toffee and harder to scoop off the cookies- scrape the spatula beteewn batches. these are still the best ever!

    Recipe #383244

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    Going off of applebee's dish, decided to try my own version at home. This is made with a jarred alfredo sauce for quick meals, but of course homemade is always better. Feel free to use your favorite alfredo! For really quick meal use the precooked chicken slices you can find in the freezer section at your grocer freezer.

    Recipe #430737

    2 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    Fun to make with the kids--they like to help prick the cake.

    Recipe #74500

    One of the strangest recipes I have found yet. I haven't tried this but wanted to share.

    Recipe #388087

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    I made this up years ago in the military, other wives begged for the recipe. This is great for steaks, but make up some kabobs and place all veggies and meat in it and baste while grilling the flavor is great!

    Recipe #55308

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    found somewhere this is the starter for other recipes on Zaar you will need. or just to share for others to make bread. Important notes for the mix are: Do not use any type of metal spoon, bowl or pan. use glass, wood or plastics only. Do not refridgerate batter. Let air out of bag daily. It is normal to batter to bubble, ferment and rise. Do not feed or bake early. You will want to give the friend the instructions from day 1 to end for them to make and share. they only need the starter recipe if they are going to give it all away and keep non for themselves.

    Recipe #402826

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    a great way to have a salmon meal

    Recipe #357317

    Recipe #73386

    Recipe #388997

    I love this recipe because it is simple, quick and tasty. The asparagus is tender/crisp. WE have also used feta cheese either with or without the parm cheese to twist the flavor a little- great! Since we are on a low carb diet this recipe really brightens up our menu.

    Recipe #85492

    this is my own version of 3 Brothers Special Cheese Steaks from Wrightstown New Jersey. This cheesesteak was my first ever and I was hooked- after leaving McGuire AFB NJ, I had the opportunity to go back and retreive my medical records and while there I brought back 5 whole cheesesteaks frozen. Everytime we know someone is going there we ask for these sandwiches. So I made up my own version to get me through the long waits in between. Since I don't like the traditional "Philly" style I hope others will like this version also.The reicpe wizzard wouldn't let me put in the real amounts bascially in a 28ox box of cheesesteak meat you will use 12 sections for 4 sandwiches. use all for 6 servings and add more of other ingredients etc. (ie. 2 sections frozen steaksections per sandwich)

    Recipe #342049

    Can't remember where I got this, but it is still VERY good. I bought the ingredients at a wholesale club and eat it along side a great steak.

    Recipe #340884

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    how easy can it be to throw a bunch of stuff in a lunch bag and bake? From gilligan's steamer and raw bar Charleston SC restaurants YOU WILL NEED- 4 brown paper lunch bags I realize 4 cups sounds like way to much and I agree, but I am posting this as written in the book I got it from, feel free to use much less! but the recipe for the margarine is extra for wht ever reason and you will only use 1 cup of it for the 4 servings. if you can figure the conversions to only make 1 cup (1/4 c margarine per serving) with reduced old bay and garlic salt, then feel free ALSO I would just use garlic powder myself to reduce the sodium.

    Recipe #473216

    7 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    A must for a cookout! And they taste wonderful!

    Recipe #74487

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    adopted recipe from church cookbook. this is a nice side dish that doesn't take much effort

    Recipe #361238

    A twist to the stand-by French onion soup. This will actually give you some beef in it.

    Recipe #473950

    I made this recipe by using the ingredients of two different recipes on Zaar, and it was really great! You could marinate these for several hours or overnight if you wish. Also this would probably be just as great on the grill. We ate this with my roasted onions and potatoes recipe and broccoli with cheese. Have a great meal!

    Recipe #416589

    5 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    This is a great kid pleaser and a nice healthy meal my husband can throw together when I am at work. I use Barilla Marinara sauce and frozen ravioli when I am in a hurry. My next attempt will be with fresh marinara and crab stuffed ravioli! Mmm!

    Recipe #74981

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    A nice flavor for a lighter meal. Wonderful with grilled veggies and maybe some brown rice. Perfect for a summer cookout. Dump it all in a freeezer bag and freeze, while it thaws it will marinate itself. And then make half of the marinade to baste with if desired.

    Recipe #304753

    3 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    A Italian twist for carrots and a great addition to almost all foods!

    Recipe #74495

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