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    I got this awesome appetizer from a girl I work with. I'm not sure where she got it. She was raving about how wonderful it was so I told her to prove it to me! She made it for a going away party, and I'll be... she was right! Amounts are approximate. I just watched her make it and then tried myself. You can use a sturdy cracker like a Triscuit, but I think a baguette works better than the crackers because there is less salt. However, using crackers is a good way to keep it no-cook for the summer. (Serving size is an estimation.)

    Recipe #435652

    I found this fantastic recipe in a cookbook simply called "The Vegetarian Cookbook". It is creamy and delicious. We usually like food that is super flavored and spicy, but this is delicious, simple comfort food. No crazy spices or herbs, but yummy! I'm pretty sure that between just my BF and I, we ate almost the entire pot in one sitting. It really is that good. Hope you agree! (As a helpful note, I once heard on the Food Network, that you should never cook with a wine that you are not wiling to drink.)

    Recipe #361784

    This recipe is super easy, impressive looking, delicious and relatively healthy! What more could you ask for? I serve this in the summer time and it's a great alternative to a mundane veggie side. It's beautiful and will impress any guests! The number of zucchini you use greatly depends on the size. Eyeball it. I'm sure you will find something to do with them if there are any extras!

    Recipe #303285

    The sweetness of brown sugar and honey collide with the smokey flavor of curry and the tang of soy sauce to make the most incredible, moist chicken you'll ever eat. I got this recipe from a friend and just recently tried it out on my boyfriend. (With modesty), I'll say it was fantastic! When I made this, I only used two chicken breast but used the same amount of sauce that is called for here. We love sauce, and there was still a little too much. I think this amount of sauce would be great for 4 breasts. Also, I'm sure the amount of butter can be adjusted with no real effect on the taste. This is my first posting, so I hope you enjoy!! O.K. This is an update. It seems as if the mediocre reviews are mostly due to the sweetness. I'll admit, it's very sweet. You can try to make it without the brown sugar, or maybe halving it like another reviewer suggested. (I wouldn't change the honey thought, you need that to get the right sauce consistency.) Next time I make it, I will try the same. Hope this helps!

    Recipe #301831

    A simple, 4 ingredient recipe to make the perfect "Gatorade" at home! Not so syrupy like some of the store bought brand names.

    Recipe #496345

    I got this recipe from "Birds and Blooms" magazine. It is really simple and very delicious. I must warn you though, it is very sweet. The first time my boyfriend and I tried it, we took regular sized pie pieces and it was waaay too much. So, due to all of this pie's amazing sweetness, take a much smaller piece than you normally would. Besides, you can always go back for more! Cook time is total refrigeration time.

    Recipe #432640

    Delicious baked french toast sprinkled with pecans and (optional) orange zest. It is a morning meal masterpiece. I got this recipe from a book called "A Taste of Tradition - A Collection of Recipes by Port Norris School Alumni and Friends". My boyfriend's grandmother graduated from Port Norrris in 1930 and contributed to the book although this recipe is not hers. It is from Betty Sockwell Dixon and it is wonderful! (As a side note, I usually use Italian bread that is leftover from dinner within the last few days. It can be a little crispy, because it is going to soak in liquid.) Also, I included refrigeration time in prep time.

    Recipe #372038


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