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    Getting ready for summer. Looks refreshing. Juicy watermelon and cucumber plus vodka add up to a refreshing summer cocktail. Lime juice and honey provide the right balance of tart and sweet to this festive drink.

    Recipe #476883

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry: An easy week night casserole. Take only 15 minutes to put together. Has plenty of flavor and spice.

    Recipe #475204

    An easy soup found on a blog site.

    Recipe #471328

    A nice change from sugar laden nuts. You can use chipotle powder instead of roasting them. Nuts are raw, unseasoned and unsalted.

    Recipe #469881

    This jolly beverage gives "fruit cocktail" a fun new meaning. Came out of Self magazine a few years ago.

    Recipe #469433

    This recipe is so easy and tasty. Kids love them. I make these around the holidays and people rave. I hate to tell them how crazy easy they are. If you don't have access to Hormel Chili no beans. It is just canned chli with no beans. Any brand would do. I sometimes use strawberry jelly.

    Recipe #469205

    Recipe #469049

    From Rachael Ray. Comfort food. This makes more than she stated.

    Recipe #469046

    Came off a blog site. Always looking for a different kind of chili. You can substitute onions for leeks and ground chicken or beef for the meat.

    Recipe #469027

    Chefs Brian McCracken and Dana Tough are in tune with your needs. While writing the menu for the newly opened The Coterie Room in Seattle, they focused on crave-worthy dishes, striving to make a lasting impression on their diners. Enter the restuarant's stepped-up macaroni and cheese. The base of the dish is soubise, or onion sauce, made using the classic French technique of caramelizing sweet onions and blending them into a smooth purée. The addition of three cheeses and whole milk creates a smooth sauce for orecchiette. Crisp, flash-fried shallots are sprinkled on top of the dish before it's served, which ensures an addictive crunch in each bite. I used french fried onions on top. I skipped the shallots.

    Recipe #468640

    I'm posting this for safe keeping. I hate making a big cake. I love Nutella.

    Recipe #468322

    A wonderful tasty salad that is easy to prepare. Can be made for a party or just an easy week night salad. Came off a blog site.

    Recipe #466239

    A nice recipe to serve at a football party or any get together. Came off a blog.

    Recipe #466237

    A nice potato to entertain with and is really very easy to make. Came off a blog site.

    Recipe #466236

    When those make-ahead foods involve potatoes, cheese, & bacon I'm in love.

    Recipe #465120

    Rich delicious brownies with twix candy bars and caramel. Yum!

    Recipe #461770

    A nice punch for brunch or luncheon. Easy....does not have sugary taste. Found in just another one of my many cookbooks.....

    Recipe #450398

    I tweaked this recipe for my spicy side. Came out of a magazine.

    Recipe #445637

    Food network recipe. This is a make ahead dessert. Pretty and tasty. If you can't find ladyfingers you can sub pound cake or angle food cake cut up. You can sub cool whip for the heavy cream if you want to make it easier on yourself.

    Recipe #444498

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