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    A tempting treat on the appetizer tray: figure two or three per person. Too good for kids so don't try to coerce them into it either. More for you and me--and we know how good these can be!

    Recipe #382386

    Thanks to one of my favorite Zaar vegetable recipes for inspiring this herb mixture. I make a small jar of this, then have it on hand when I need a quick ZIP to add to cooked (frozen) broccoli or cauliflower or vegetable medleys. Ideas below for add-ins to make a memorable side dish the kids will be begging you to make again and again!

    Recipe #382336

    Nothing fancy here; in fact you can customize to suit your tastes and come out looking like a winner every time! Cooking time is for re-freezing the cookies after making them. You can skip this part if you're really impatient or the children NEED nourishment! Make a batch of your favorite cookies, then set a few "pairs" aside to make a special treat. Or how about being the Cool Mom who brings these to the next potluck or picnic? Wow, Mom! Excellent for a late night snack, star-gazing, or after an appointment with the lawn mower on a hot afternoon!

    Recipe #382332

    Less-messy than a taco, and you don't have to bend your head side-ways to eat them either! A tasty twist on the same-old thing burger! Something different to serve for Cinco de Mayo, too!!! Thanks to Taste of Home Holiday (Barbecues) cookbooklet for this recipe, Summer 2009.

    Recipe #382304

    You're the hostess for the bridal or baby shower and are scrambling around looking for the PERFECT recipe. Eureka! You've just struck the mother-lode of Shower Slushes! This makes a LOT and tastes divine, too. Thanks to Taste of Home Holidays (Barbecues), Summer 2009, booklet for this excellent recipe.

    Recipe #382295

    I saw this in the Steven Bruce (owner of Serendipity Restaurant in NYC) cookbook *Sweet Serendipity*....and realized that you could use the Oreos or sub in some other item, too...making this recipe extremely versatile! Whip one (or two!) up on a hot summer afternoon...mmm!

    Recipe #381714

    A frozen drink to delight the tastebuds; from Steven Bruce's book with recipes from his NYC restaurant "Serendipity."

    Recipe #381688

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Only five ingredients makes this one come together quickly and flavorfully, too! From one of my favorite magazines (Country Living, June 09), this recipe is just right for a summer meal with the family OR to serve guests. PREP TIME includes marinating time. COOK TIME includes only the time on the grill.

    Recipe #381266

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    My rhubarb flourishes at the end of my clothesline, right next to a patch of hollyhocks that sway in the summer breezes. Right now there are some little birds (I can't make them out with my spotting scope) snatching up pine needles and flitting about busily. Anyway, this recipe comes from the June '09 issue of *Country Living*. I do live in the country, and have an abundance of rhubarb. It's easy to freeze the cut-up pieces, and if you toss the pieces with sugar (right in the zipper bag), you can pop it in the freezer and use them later. The extra sugar will be fine in the recipe!

    Recipe #381258

    Chocolate AND cream-cheese in one recipe--I'm sure these are "too good for kids," so share sparingly with the younger set! The rich chocolate base provides the foundation for the creamy cheesecake layer with generous chocolate crumbles scattered over the top. This one comes from the back page in Martha Stewart Living's magazine "The Last Course", April '09. Prep Time includes chilling cookie layer after baking (before adding the cream cheese layer).

    Recipe #380455

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Finding easy and tasty side dish recipes is becoming more important to me than it used to be. I'm always on the look-out for broccoli recipes, so when I saw this one in Martha Stewart's little recipe magazine, I was thrilled & clipped it immediately. Try this with grilled steak or pork tenderloin.

    Recipe #379589

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    This one comes from Everyday Food, from the "Eat Smart" upgrade; sounds good to me, so thought I'd save it here.

    Recipe #379586

    8 Reviews |  By Debber

    This one screams old-timey, German, "down-home," and "comfort food" all at once! Sandwiches can be assembled ahead of time, covered & chilled. At meal-time, bake as directed. Thanks to *Midwest Living* for this awesome recipe and the excellent alternatives featuring midwest-region crops.

    Recipe #378743

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    If you like regular S'mores, you're going to LOVE these! Start with chocolate graham crackers, smear on some creamy peanut butter, add the chocolate candy pieces, the melty marshmallow; then top with the other square of graham cracker. THE TRICK to making these perfectly is being patient while the marshmallow is roasting....don't stick it into the fire, twirl it slowly over the warmth, so that it starts to swell up. That's your signal that the inside is getting all soft and smooshy--just right for perfect s'mores. I first made these back in the early 90's when taking 10 girls on a church youth camp-out in eastern Washington State. We cooked all our meals over the open-fire (no campstove!!) including chocolate chip pancakes MADE FROM SCRATCH, pioneer hotdogs (yum, yum!) and caramel apples roasted in the coals. I guess I need to post those recipes too. After all...it's summer-time and people are camping!!!

    Recipe #377630

    This was a favorite with the kids on our camping trips in the Pacific Northwest. Take your favorite meatloaf recipe, prep it at home, freeze or use the first night out. Have the kids look for green sticks about the size of your little finger. Guaranteed hair-on-the-chest strength (!) for the weak-kneed who don't like touching "raw" meat. Serve in HOTDOG buns with your favorite HAMBURGER condiments. The original recipe came from a Lutheran Girl Pioneer camping-cookbook. Tried & true! COOKING TIME does NOT include how long it may take the charcoal or fire to be ready.

    Recipe #377612

    Here's a recipe that is sure to draw some oohs and aahs from your favorite diners! An easy-to-make, simple way to end the day while camping or on the back deck. The hardest part is coring the apples. Try stuffing the core with other melty sweet treats: chocolate caramels, cinnamon Red Hots, Lemon Drops, Gummy Bears. Oooohh...! The original recipe came from the Lutheran Girl Pioneer Camping cookbook. COOKING TIME DOES NOT INCLUDE getting the fire or grill coals going. This is a good recipe to put on as the fire is dying down---or AFTER you've pulled the meat off the grill--while you're eating supper. These will cook all by themselves while you're eating!

    Recipe #377503

    There's almost nothing easier--just zap a couple ingredients in the microwave, a bit of stirring and you've got a WOW sauce for your ice cream or add to a smoothie or drizzle over a coffeecake. Oh dear, there goes the diet! *Everyday Food* from Martha Stewart

    Recipe #373821

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Not yer average "okay, serve me for breakfast" coffeecake, this one screams: "Darhling, you simply MUST serve me as I am bursting with delicious flavors!" Calorie counters and carb-busters should cut smaller pieces--everyone else may have a normal-sized slice! Makes a very nice family-sized 'cake loaded with crunchy sweetness. Serve with a plate of fried eggs, fruit slices and milk, tea or coffee. Adapted from *Midwest Living* December 2006.

    Recipe #373809

    You won't need to run through the sprinkler to cool off when you're having one of these babies! The kids will love you, your friends will think you've worked for hours (you haven't!), and your spouse will be thrilled you saved so much money on this lovely "dessert".... Taste-Of-Home, Summer '09

    Recipe #373750

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Keep this on hand for summer guests or--if you're like me--you need a way to preserve all that luscious rhubarb, this recipe is a sure-fire way to use some up! OR if you've already frozen all your 'barb, then measure out what's need--let it thaw completely, then drain--but do NOT press liquid out! Taste Of Home, Summer '09 NOTE: cooking time noted is that needed for FREEZING!!!

    Recipe #373699

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