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    Author Patty Pinner memorialized the many "Queens of Soul Food" in her extended small-town Michigan family in her cookbook Sweets: Soul Food Desserts and Memories (Ten Speed Press, 2006). This recipe, featured on the cover, comes from Pinner's grandmother, or My My. "Its pink color dresses up even the most mundane meal, and its subtle strawberry aroma is divine," says Pinner. "When My My brought this cake to the picnic table as the finale to one of our summer get-togethers in her backyard, you could hear our 'oohs' and 'aahs' echoing throughout the neighborhood."

    Recipe #382817

    From the Opera Lover’s Cookbook. It is spicy and sticky.

    Recipe #382802

    This is sweet and spicy and crunchy. Found on David Lebovitz site. Glazing the nuts with spices and adding a touch of sweetness, makes this the perfect nibble before dinner with an aperitif. I melt the butter in a large bowl, so I can do all the mixing in that bowl, making one less thing for me to wash as well. Note that the salt is added after the nuts are stirred, so it doesn't dissolve. And be sure to use coarse salt, which has an appealing, crunchy texture and more delicate flavor than ordinary table salt.

    Recipe #382790

    This is a wonderful creamy chicken dish. Great for entertaining

    Recipe #382784

    Easy to make and a great way to use up leftover chicken. This recipe has a lot of great tastes going on. Came from a blog site.

    Recipe #382663

    This comes from the restaurant Joe's Garage. A fast put together and yummy.

    Recipe #382662

    This came from Into the Sauce, From Our Cucina to Your Kitchen

    Recipe #382655

    Found on blog. Made these for a party and the guests went wild. Easy recipe.

    Recipe #382652

    I found this recipe in BHG while taking my mom to the doctor. This will be an impressive dessert. I love chocolate and cherries together. You could also use a chocolate box cake and just do the frosting part if running short on time.

    Recipe #382499

    Cannellini beans, or white kidney beans, are smaller than Great Northern beans and add just the right texture. Great for picnics or lazy-day suppers, this salad stirs together in a flash. This a wonderful no cook dinner. Came out of Cooking Light. I always add some extra veggies.

    Recipe #382306

    Hoisin sauce forms the base of this simple barbecue sauce seasoned with garlic. The Cantonese are particularly fond of using it with barbecued chicken, duck, and pork. Came from Cooking light. Please note there is marinating time.

    Recipe #382302

    A really nice quick cake. Another Cooking Light recipe. Look for crystallized ginger on the spice aisle at your supermarket.

    Recipe #382250

    This was an easy recipe and I just love coconut. This came off the Kraft website. You do need some refer time.

    Recipe #376037

    This came out of one of my many cookbooks. Really nice for brunch or a quick dinner. This can be made with things that I keep on hand. Serve this with Mexican rice and hot tortillas. I set the frying pan on the table to serve.

    Recipe #369556

    Many family restaurants serve a corn bread like this. I serve this with honey butter. I love this with a good bowl of soup.

    Recipe #369423

    In Mexico sandwiches like these are called tortas. This came from a newspaper a long time ago.

    Recipe #369416

    This was submitted by a reader of our local paper and this is the way her mother made it.

    Recipe #369361

    This recipe has a great smoky flavor from the combination of the Fire Roasted Tomatoes and the smoked paprika. It is easy, fast, and elegant for a party. Pulled from recipe contest site.

    Recipe #366683

    This a great accompaniment to a baked ham or serve over ice cream or pound cake. I sometimes add maraschino cherries for color. This recipe can be cut in half.

    Recipe #364680

    Gourmet magazine had this easy recipe. Don't get overwhelmed for the holidays try something simple. I add a little more butter.

    Recipe #364670

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