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    Such pretty colors freckling the buffet or picnic table, with this salsa in the starring role! An easy-to-put-together QUICK little number that will tingle the taste buds with its perky piquant flavor combination. My mother didn't know my four brothers and I were throwing her a surprise party to celebrate her 75th birthday on December 25th (2009), but she had a slew of stuff already prepared for what she thought was a smaller Christmas party. My sis-in-law (Kim) shared this recipe with Ma, and she passed it along to me, so this is truly a family favorite--and my Dear Hubby (who usually doesn't like bean salads with vinegary-oil dressings) loved this concoction...AND my Dear Son-the-onion-hater actually thought this was pretty decent, too (even if he "had" to pick out the onjens/onions!). PREP time includes cooling time for the dressing and a 24 hour marinating period for the beans. PLAN AHEAD!!! Ma tells me that this "lasts forever" with the vinegar in there, and she added salt; I also thought it might be good to add some cilantro or a pinch of red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #405012

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Lots of streusel filling makes cutting a bit messy, but that will be of little consequence once you've had your first bite! This tastes great upon first baking and even BETTER the next day, plan ahead, then. Use a buttered rubber spatula for spreading the batter, as it is quite sticky (get your fingers into the action, too!). Clipped this one from Midwest Living's August '09 issue--I think that means it's been properly aged, and now ready for filing here on Zaar!

    Recipe #399267

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    This is for the calorie-conscious snacker! You'll love the salt and crunch without all the fat! Use a mandoline or the long skinny blade on your box or flat grater (by hand) to get the slices real t-h-i-n! The original recipe comes from Karen Solomon's *Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It* c2009--excellent back-to-basics cookbook!

    Recipe #392303

    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

    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

    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

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Posting for ZWT 5 as we zip through Spain so might as well make this educational AND entertaining: Coffee was once believed to cure consumption, dropsy, gout, and smallpox; AND--get this!--when mixed with milk--as in this recipe--coffee was believed to be a CAUSE of leprosy! Oh, no! :rofl: I think we've proved through many years of not-so-scientific daily coffee-drinking that this is not true. Enjoy a cup and rest assured, you will not be leaving any body parts behind when you've sipped the last drop! ("Cooking Up World History" by Marden & Barchers)

    Recipe #370545

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Chunks of cheese--decadently & artfully tossed o'er the dough--will have your family grappling for the pan before it's out of the oven! Dip this into potato soup or clam chowder for a scrump-dillicious flavor explosion OR toast the slices and use for ham sandwiches with the cheese baked right in the dough. Marcy Goldman *Passion For Baking* came up with this recipe and says that THIS recipe is worth the price of her book! I agree and you will too. NOTE: Prep time includes TWO RISINGS--plan ahead!!!

    Recipe #343356

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Are you kidding? They LET you eat this stuff? Oh my!! Don't wait for Christmas morning, have some ANY day of the year. We raise our own laying hens, so I'm always on the look-out for bumper-crop recipes like this for my crew. Thanks to the Gooseberry Patch ladies for another egg-cellent recipe--altho' I've tweaked for my family.

    Recipe #343294

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    What a great idea! Saw this in a new cookbook by Marcy Goldman "A Passion for Baking" and knew I had to set this aside for our holiday baking. COOKING TIME seems long, but that includes baking the cheesecake AND chilling AND freezing the little squares prior to dipping.

    Recipe #334421

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Found the clipping in the Paleozic layer littered on my desk--time to get it recorded for posterity! Comes from a magazine, don't ask me which one, though! Anyway make the syrup first, then get right to the wine cooler. Lovely color, brightens up ANY occasion; festive for the holidays, lovely for a bridal or new mom shower. SYRUP makes enough for 20 drinks PREP & COOK time is for making the syrup.

    Recipe #328848

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    This will be what you want to tote along on the annual "Christmas Tree" picking-out expedition. Heat it up, pour into the Thermos, and toddle off to the woods singing Christmas carols. What a happy little party you and your companions will make! DID YOU KNOW? Wisconsin is the nation's TOP PRODUCER of the lovely (and humble) cranberry that makes for such beautifully colored dishes during the holidays. The original recipe comes from a spice ad in Gourmet magazine (2007).

    Recipe #328767

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Since we raise and butcher our own fryer chickens every summer, I'm always on the look-out for new, easy, and delicious chicken recipes to pass along in the newsletter we send our customers. Well, this one is going into the hall-of-fame recipe book at our house! Add more garlic to give your tastebuds and nosebuds a real boost--it just gets better and better. A hearty thanks to the folks at Gooseberry Patch for another fabulous recipe!

    Recipe #319724

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Complex flavors meld into a delightfully tasteful explosion on the plate.

    Recipe #319425

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Hands-down--this is a WINNER in the "keep the heat out of the kitchen" category of summer cooking at our house! This is a slightly different spin on ordinary roasted/baked potatoes and steak on the grill. And so simple, too! Timing is important, so make sure the table is set, and the family is ready to sit down--cuz when those steaks come off the grill, you wanna sit right down and eat!

    Recipe #317243

    55 Reviews |  By Debber

    If you like loading your baked potatoes will all those delish dairy ingredients, then you'll love this soup recipe, too! Original recipe calls for only four slices of bacon, but I -- being a little piggy -- love the bacon, so we always use more like 8 to 12 slices. You decide which you prefer.

    Recipe #301754

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Oooey, gooey and oh-so-good you'll want to eat 'em all! But really, save some for the next day or two, as they get better with time...and willpower is a good thing to test from time to time! A good friend brought over a batch of these little beauties as a thank you for hosting a homeschooling (CACHE = Coulee Area Christian Home Educators) function. I've made this right in the baking pan, too---with very good results. Allow pan to cool before cutting otherwise the ooey will be really gooey.

    Recipe #293866

    10 Reviews |  By Debber

    Beautiful presentation: a breakfast parfait! Instead of slurping, you get to spoon it up. Endless variations depending on your own tastes--so customize as you like. The recipe is made for ONE serving, adjust to the number of diners. If you let the Crunchy sit for an hour or so, the cereal absorbs moisture from the yogurt and goes from crunchy to chewy. Use frozen or fresh fruit, depending on what you have available.

    Recipe #290090

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Definitely something the girls will love on a warm summer afternoon, sitting in the lawn chairs in dappled shade--watching the grass grow! Switch out the juice for a different flavor and have some variety! *Taste of Home* does it again!! (note: cooking time is "chilling" time)

    Recipe #284775

    5 Reviews |  By Debber

    Saw this one in Taste of Home's Feb-Mar 08 issue; made a few adjustments to suit our tastebuds, and this is the lovely result! This will put a smile on your face as the aroma wafts through the kitchen!

    Recipe #283769

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