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    If you love cabbage then you will enjoy this!

    Recipe #413541

    I love fresh tuna fillets, and I am always looking for new ways to prepare it. Here is one that I created one night when I wanted to experiment. Delicious and very easy to prepare. Try it!!! It will make you a tuna lover too!

    Recipe #389100

    Stuffed Mushrooms are one of my favorite appetizers and these are a hit any time I serve them! Make some up and freeze them, then you can pop them in the microwave and defrost, then bake them up in no time at all! I love lemon squirted on mine just before serving. Please add the salt, pepper, garlic powder and crushed red peppers to your liking. Some people like less salt some like more and so on, so I leave it up to you as to how much you put in/on yours.

    Recipe #388278

    These are great appetizers, or something great to make when you feel like indulging in something good! I serve mine up with salsa, sour cream and chopped black olives on top!

    Recipe #388276

    Sear the lamb first, on both sides, grilling on high heat for a short amount of time. Then cook the lamb on lower heat until it is cooked through. In my opinion, the only way to eat lamb is medium rare or rare. There is nothing more depressing than dried-out, over-cooked lamb! For this reason it is essential that you use a meat thermometer to test the internal temperature of the roast. Preparation time DOES NOT include the 2 hour marinating time in the refrigerator!

    Recipe #388244

    Delicious Onion Dip at its best!!! If you have a hard time finding onion powder (not the same as onion salt), feel free to use crushed dehydrated onion flakes. Just add to taste. This dip is best at room temperature. Serve along with your favorite chips or in a bread bowl with bread pieces scattered around the bowl!

    Recipe #388147

    The most important thing to remember about cooking a lamb roast is not OVER-COOK it. Lamb has such wonderful flavor on its own, and is so naturally tender, that it is bound to turn out well, as long as it is still a little pink inside. There is some debate over which method yields the best results - slow cooking at low heat the entire time, or searing first on high heat and then slow cooking. James Beard in his American Cookery prefers the slow-cook-low-heat method (he rubs the roast with salt and pepper and cooks it at 325°F the whole time.) You will also get great results with the searing method, starting at high heat and then dropping the temp which is the method described in this recipe. For this roast, pull it out at 130°F if you like it medium rare. As it rests the internal temperature will continue to rise a few points as the meat continues to cook.(I like lamb on the rare side of medium rare, and this roast was perfectly done for me). An accurate meat thermometer is essential. The marinade used works quite well, however; a simpler marinade of rosemary, olive oil, garlic, pepper, and lemon juice would do the trick quite nicely too. You can also make tiny slices into the surface of the roast and insert slivers of garlic and herbs if you like. NOTE: Preparation time DOES NOT include the marinating time overnight in the refrigerator!

    Recipe #388076

    This Indian Pudding is adapted from An Olde Concord Christmas, a book from the Concord Museum in Concord Massachusetts. It's often made around Thanksgiving and Christmas here in New England, but I say it's good anytime!

    Recipe #388066

    These tasty appetizers are great to have any time you have a crowd! You can cut the recipe in half to serve less people, or to have as a snack!

    Recipe #388054

    For that next cocktail party, this dish makes an excellent hors d’oeuvres and should be served hot with garlic croutons or crackers. The serving size is approximate.

    Recipe #363333

    The Neeley's have a cooking show on Food Network, and I love their recipes. If you love ribs like I do, you have got to TRY THESE!!! These ribs have some spice to them, so if you are making them for the kiddos or for those that don't like spicy food, reduce the amount of cayenne pepper to your liking. PLEASE NOTE: The preparation time does not include the time it takes for the ribs to sit in the fridge with the rub on (1-24 hrs.) ALSO: It takes 3-4 hours, depending on whether you slow cook them on the grill or in the oven.

    Recipe #358500

    These cookies are by far "The Best" Sugar Cookies I have ever had, and the amazing flavor is in the secret ingredient :) I guarantee if you do make them, you will never use another recipe. Try them and see for yourself! They are delicious plain or decorated with frosting, or glaze and holiday jimmies or sprinkles or colored sugar granules. You can substitute lemon or lime peel in place of the orange peel if you wish. They are all awesome! You can easily double this recipe to make a larger amount of cookies for the holidays! The amount of cookies really depends on the size of the cutters you use, so it is only a guesstimate. The cooking time is for 2 sheets of cookies.

    Recipe #344383

    This recipe is from my sister. Our family requests them every holiday season, and it wouldn't be Christmas without them! They are a great addition to your cookie trays and cookie tins to give as gifts to the neighbors, co-workers, friends and family. I hope you will try them, as they truly are fantastic! Word of warning::: These go fast, so make plenty!!! To avoid burning my hands from the hot mixture, I pick up the mixture with a piece of saran wrap, then squeeze it together with my hands and form the log, then roll the log in the coconut. Works great!

    Recipe #344338

    From Small Point Bed and Breakfast in Phippsburg Maine. Great for use over pancakes, waffles or French toast, or if you thicken it to the consistency of a conserve, you can use it as a filling for muffins and coffeecakes. Another way it is used is over ice cream, pound cakes, biscuits, and cheesecakes. You can also substitute the gelatin for the cornstarch and make it into a tartlet filling. No matter what you use it on or in, IT'S GOOD!!!

    Recipe #330717

    This sauce is ready in no time, and flavors are great! Pour over your favorite pasta! From the kitchen of Mary Ann Esposito, cooking show chef for Ciao Italia.

    Recipe #329379

    Here's a great way to make your own ice cream sandwiches!!! If you can't find the Nabisco Chocolate Wafer Cookies in your store (check near the ice cream toppings, as it seems they are sometimes in an odd place in the store), you can use my recipe for Recipe #329292, to make these yummy treats! The kids and "Big Kids" will be smiling ear to ear while having one of these! Try rolling the finished sandwiches in mini chocolate chips, sprinkles, crushed nuts, M&M's, or your favorite candy bar, then freezing. You can also use these in making an Ice Cream Sandwich Cake for a special treat or Birthday! NOTE: Preparation time does NOT include time to soften the ice cream. Add on at least 1/2 hr. for that to your preparation time. Cooking time is chilling time. Make sure once you make these you let them sit in the freezer for AT LEAST 2 hours before serving, so the ice cream has a chance to harden.

    Recipe #329370

    Remember the Ice Box Cake back in the 60's and 70's? The ones that used the Nabisco Chocolate Wafer Cookies? Well, this is the recipe to use when you can't find the cookies in the store! It seems a lot of stores are not carrying them anymore, and if you want them, you have to order them at Amazon.com. This recipe is courtesy of Ahmed1 at CDKitchen, and he had very good results using this recipe. NOTE: The preparation time does NOT include the 20-30 minutes in the refrigerator to chill. Keep in mind that the cooking time is 7-8 minutes PER BATCH. Enjoy!

    Recipe #329292

    This is a recipe from World Class Baker Nick Malgieri. He is an excellent baker, and is known all over the world for his splendid baking abilities! These simple sugar-and-cinnamon-filled rolls are popular throughout Scandinavia, but this Norwegian version is especially good, and also quite easy to prepare. Makes 24 3-4" spiral rolls

    Recipe #329277

    This is a great birthday cake, that's simple dimple to make, from televisions cooking show host of Ciao Italia, Mary Ann Esposito! She is the longest running cooking show host in history. She is a wonderful person, and I had the great privilege of meeting her many years ago, as she lives next to the town I used to live in, and she was guest speaker at a womens luncheon that I attended. Her husband, Guy Esposite is a well known doctor in Dover NH. NOTE: Cooking time is freezing time, and I would freeze it for at least 2 hours. NOTE: Please see my recipe for Recipe #329292, if you have a hard time finding the Nabisco Chocolate Wafer Cookies at your local grocery store. (Sometimes they are found in odd places like near the ice cream toppings and cones etc.)

    Recipe #329273

    If you want to use penne, you certainly can do that with this recipe. Recipe courtesy of Mary Ann Esposito, television celebrity chef on Ciao Italia, is one of my favorites. Here is her recipe for Drunken Ziti NOTE From Mary Ann: Lambrusco, slightly frissante wine, perfect with robust foods, is also good in this easy to make sauce for Ziti Ubriachi or Drunken Ziti. NOTE: Cooking time does NOT include time to cook pasta.

    Recipe #329248

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