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    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This recipe is from Kraft Foods originally. It is nice way to use extra cucumbers. For adults this appetizer is one to have with a bunch of other stuff as a filler and needs to be seasoned with salt and pepper. If you have kids it is a great way to get kids to eat their veggies when you make sailboats. Make sure to seed the "boats" and omit salt and pepper. Use a toothpick as the pole of the sail if you'd like and thin pieces of carrot as sails. Fast and easy and can be made ahead. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #344430

    This is a great recipe for a great presentation for the Christmas. It makes it easy to serve vegetables and dip in a festive way. I use pretzel sticks to make the tree trunk for its authentic bark-like color. Serve as stated or if you choose fill all around the tree with cauliflower and put the ranch dip in a separate dish if you need to refill or keep cold. Definitely a great addition to a Christmas buffet or dinner. Originally from Flo Burtnett in OK, the recipe has a big wow factor. (see my photo) Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #341540

    3 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This is a slightly different version of Taco Soup for Weight Watchers. It has no meat so it is actually a vegetable soup. We served it for my mother in law and paired it with a salad and some rolls for the rest of the family. It was yummy. One caution it is spicy for some so if you don't like it spicy get the corn without the chilies. We used Lawry's taco seasoning and Hidden Valley Ranch ranch packet for the best flavor. We have no ties to them but love their products for this. It is warm and makes a lot of soup. We served 4 adults and two kids. Got this on a internet site awhile back. It is yummy but remember to JUDGE IT AS A WEIGHT WATCHER recipe because if you went hog wild with ingredients with more fat and calories it could be even better. Enjoy ChefDLH. (Serving size is 1 cup. 2 WW points per serving.)

    Recipe #341234

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This recipe is a spin on pizza pinwheels that came from the new Taste of Home Comfort Foods magazine yet it is so new I couldn't find it online at all so I had to share it. Makes a great little appetizer if you like pizza and ranch flavors. Great snack for the kids too. A awesome addition to any buffet. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #338078

    Serve with sourdough baguette pieces, chicken tenders, vegetables,you name it. My DH doesn't like honey in his dill sauce so we needed something that mirrors our local bakery sauce.

    Recipe #337730

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This is an easy cold appetizer snack that can be served to guests, kids and family alike. It makes a great finger food for any celebration. The key is the cinnamon. Use red and green apples to play up the holidays or use different cheeses to suit your mood. This recipe was originally from Kraft Foods kitchen. Enjoy ChefDLH!

    Recipe #336935

    This is an easy appetizer to add to your spread. It takes little prep and effort but is a great snack. From Kraft Kitchens originally. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #336870

    This recipe is from our friend Lori. My husband loved this at her party and she graciously shared the recipe. The secret is in the apple. That sets it apart from the other chicken cabbage salads. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #334696

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    Here is a super fast chili cornbread pie recipe. It is originally a recipe from Nestle. A great one for kids and adults alike. It is a warm, cozy, fall meal that can be put together and served on weeknights or weekends. I sub in kidney beans for black beans to make it like chili my mom used to make. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #334000

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    Posted here for safekeeping. These are my holiday green beans. Recipe is from Jane Kirby, Real Simple, NOVEMBER 2002

    Recipe #333903

    A twist on a favorite that combines a lot of different recipes for a BLT dip. This is not a recipe to sub in fat free items or bacon bits unless you know it will taste different. For the full flavor make sure to use the Miracle Whip also. Enjoy ChefDLH

    Recipe #331073

    Slather it on bread, crackers,or celery sticks and serve with grapes. This spread is easy to make ahead and tastes great. My guests gobbled it up. If you do it as written it is vegetarian. I couldn't find Vegetarian Worcestershire but the usual one worked just fine. The Pilsner beer really deepens the flavor. The Smoked paprika is a secret ingredient and" adds an earthy sweetness to this spread." Great for parties, tailgates, meetings, or appetizer buffets.Originally from Vegetarian Times. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #329710

    This recipe was called "Triscuit Turkey Melts" by Rachael Ray but I prefer turkey brie cranberry bites as that really tells you what you are getting. This is an easy appetizer that would be great for the holidays, Thanksgiving, a dinner party at home or anytime you need a quick snack. Very cute and yummy! Watch the brie in the broiler. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #328482

    This is a great little skillet meal for that need a meal quick night. I paired it with an asian salad with sesame dressing. Everyone loved it and the plates were cleaned. You can add a tablespoon or two of chili garlic sauce if you want it more spicy. Without it it fed my family who are picky eaters and a visiting relative. WW people it is 9 points. This came from the Raley's Something Extra magazine. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #327995

    3 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This is a recipe from Silvana Nardone from the Oct 2008 Everyday with Rachael Ray magazine. It is buffalo wings without the bones. Easy to prepare but more than 15 minutes prep time stated. I served it with crudetes and ranch dip which could be used to dunk the chicken fingers in if the guests were not blue cheese fans. The sauce you drizzle was very hot so if you are not a spice fan put it on the side. Hope you enjoy. Chef DLH

    Recipe #325769

    2 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This recipe is for a great salad my friend Katie makes. When I tasted it I just had to have the recipe. I made it for guests and it is just delicious. It is especially refreshing as an accompaniment to steak and chicken. Don't stress as it seems complicated but it is easy really. Just a caution to chefs don't put the avocado and dressing on till right before tossing and serving as the salad will wilt if left too long and avocado will discolor. All the dressing does not all have to go on at once. Toss it with half and taste and then add more to taste. Thanks Katie for sharing.Enjoy! Chef DLH

    Recipe #324979

    6 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This is from the copy cat Top Secret Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur. I read the other recipes and tried them and they do not compare to this recipe. One was missing a key ingredient for texture- milk and others did not have the spices in proportion. This one tastes like Chili's Restaurant. Use the Hormel chili as it is part of the flavor equation. Serve hot with chips. I used scoops corn and flour triangles.Enjoy! Chef DLH From

    Recipe #320764

    2 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This is a recipe I have been making for years. I originally got it out of a Betty Crocker magazine. It is a simple answer to a cozy, comfort meal. This is not low calorie (unless you use low cal dairy products) but it is delicious. My husband loves this over rice or noodles. (we use egg noodles, the thick kind for an authentic look). If it doesn't have enough spices for you add them in. Think of it as a base recipe. The meat is tender and the sauce smooth but thick. It is great for making and taking to new moms, sick friends or those who need a break from cooking. It makes you house smell wonderful. If you can't find cream of golden mushroom or cream of onion don't despair just sub in cream of mushroom and cream of celery. Use high quality meat and dairy products and you are set. Another one that people always ask for the recipe.Enjoy ChefDLH

    Recipe #315669

    4 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This came from a Slow Cooker Family recipe book and uses lots of things you probably have in the pantry and fridge already.It is prepared hunter style which means it is slowly cooked in a tomato sauce seasoned with onions and herbs. You can serve it over spaghetti or with roasted potatoes. We serve it over spaghetti for a great adult entree. Our kids loved it too and ate it happily. It is so much more than a spaghetti sauce. Not as sweet and oh so good. If you substitute breasts for thighs check on it earlier than outer cooking time as they dry faster. You will enjoy this. Picky eaters will too. Serve it for a leisurely family dinner or a quick weeknight meal. Enjoy ChefDLH.

    Recipe #315069

    1 Reviews |  By ChefDLH

    This is a great hot dip based on a Reuben sandwich. If you are a fan of the sandwich you will adore this appetizer. It is easy to make and smells & tastes wonderful. As it bubbles in the oven the flavor permeates the air. It is easy to make an a welcome addition to a buffet, game day party or any time you need something to serve friends. It is best right out of the oven so transporting is not recommended. Great served with pretzel crackers, if desired ,or serve with Cocktail rye bread slices or both. Enjoy! ChefDLH

    Recipe #314542

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