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    This recipe was much-loved when I was growing up (typically made the week or so after Passover, when there was an abundance of matzo in our home). Now that I am grown and married, every Passover my mom gives me and my brother each a box of matzo to take home after seder, and this is my favorite recipe for it (I usually make it for breakfast).

    Recipe #365322

    This recipe is from a Pampered Chef party photocopy. I have always read and heard that it is not best practice to cook chicken in the juice that it marinates in, but I did for this recipe, and I'm still alive. It is not ABSOLUTELY necessary to freeze the chicken after combining all the ingredients in the bag - in fact, for my experience, I just took out frozen chicken breasts and defrosted the chicken in the sauce (in the fridge) and made it the very next night. The freezing part is just an option for busy people to have a convenient ready-made meal waiting in the freezer. I served this with cornbread and steamed veggies, but fiesta-style rice might be nice as well.

    Recipe #364929

    These bars are an easy-to-make copycat version of the coconut/caramel/chocolate/shortbread Girl Scout cookie that seem to come less and less to a box every year... maybe it's just me... I LOVE these cookies - I have been an addict since I was in the Girl Scouts at age 5, and upon first bite I knew these bars and I would have a long, loving relationship (when I'm not at the gym frantically trying to elliptical away the evidence of my coconut-caramel love affair). :) NOTE: Prep time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #363656

    Yep - that's code for SUPER easy. :) My family traveled to France when I was little and these were on the BREAKFAST buffet! Every kid's dream!!! I made sure to eat one *every* morning. Chocolate for breakfast? That is only something a kid can get away with while in a foreign country - at least in my family! Now that I am a bit older, I no longer seek the adrenaline rush of breaking the breakfast routine, and I prefer to occasionally make these as a potluck contribution. Enjoy!

    Recipe #362622

    I love baked pastas and lasagna-type dishes, so I figured I'd make up my own this last winter with what was in the house. Well, before I knew it, I had more cheese than anything else! So...If you're a cheese lover, this dish is for you! :) It would be easy to "customize" though, which is what I do with many recipes. It would probably be good by cutting some cheese and adding varied veggies (some suggestions: mushrooms, spinach, squash, eggplant, and so on). Have fun, be creative, and enjoy!

    Recipe #360781

    I found this recipe on a cooking blog that I frequently read, and it's so good. This dish is so easy because everything is prepared in one skillet, on the stovetop. The fish comes out with tons of flavor, and all the flavors complement each other very well. Any mild, white fish can be subtituted for the tilapia, too. Sometimes, I drain the tomatoes and add 1/4 c. white wine to the sauce. My picture shows this with Recipe #69063, and crusty bread might be good with this too.

    Recipe #360729

    This is a recipe of Giada De Laurentiis's from (but I lessened the salt, added flour, upped the garlic, and added a sauce-thickening tip). It seems like it would be super hard, but it is really not that difficult. The first time I made it was for my husband on Valentine's Day. I had never cooked with several of the ingredients before, and except accidentally buying chicken tenders instead of chicken cutlets, it turned out just lovely. :) I also found saffron threads the cheapest at Whole Foods, almost $7.00 less expensive than the next cheapest place! I served this over angel hair pasta with green beans and garlic breadsticks, and we had Recipe #175610 for dessert.

    Recipe #355958

    This breakfast has many names, but I first heard it called a Bull's Eye, and my mom often made it for us before we left for the bus stop when we were in elementary school. "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!" she would ALWAYS say, which is a phrase I got tired of hearing when I was a kid but one I practically live by now. This recipe can easily be doubled, tripled, many as your griddle or pan allows.

    Recipe #352739

    I was in the mood for some sort of stroganoff-y thing, so I went to look through my cookbooks. This actually started out as an attempt for me to make a recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes. With each ingredient, I found myself either not having it or substituting it with something else, so at the end, I decided this recipe is actually more of a creation of my own, and it didn't turn out too bad!

    Recipe #350169

    This is an excellent side dish to almost any meal. It is healthy, and you can tailor it to fit any vegetables that are in season (grape tomatoes are good, but they do tend to explode, though). I find that this recipe is great for large groups, because, aside from the prep (a bunch of cutting and chopping), it is easy to make a lot of food with minimal effort. Be creative, and enjoy!

    Recipe #334483

    The addition of cornstarch to these cookies really makes them melt in your mouth! The fact that they are egg-free makes them good for those allergic to eggs, and since the cookies are little, it is easy to eat a bunch - unfortunately... :) These are a nice addition to a summer BBQ, a baby shower, or any get-together. These can be made with any citrus fruit, but we like lemon the best!

    Recipe #329954

    I originally found this recipe on, and I made a few modifications, based on others' reviews and my own developing "cooking instinct." This turned out well, and it received many compliments from adults and kids alike at the dinner I took it to. It is convenient because most of the stuff is canned, but if you have fresh, it would be even better!

    Recipe #329498

    These are chocolate cookies with just the right amount of mint! These cookies usually pleasantly surprise people when they have never had them before. I can only find the green bags of Andes mint baking chips at Wal Mart, and I usually stock up on them, because this is fast becoming our friends' and is already one of my husband's favorite type of cookies. This recipe also doubles well.

    Recipe #327669

    This is a conglomerate of several recipes and suggestions from reviews that I have read in searching for the much-loved Lofthouse cookie recipe. It worked nicely for us, and though it is not EXACTLY the same, they are pretty darn good cookies. Who complains about cookies - honestly? :) Anyway, I recommend using the Recipe #271501 recipe that is posted on this site by ellie3763, but any frosting you desire will all go to the same place....the hips!

    Recipe #326613

    I make this challah for my family and family gatherings in Colorado, and it turns out beautifully each time. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does! If you'd like, sprinkle poppy or sesame seeds before baking, but I never do. Videos for instructions on how to braid a six-strand challah can be found by entering "braiding a 6-strand challah" into the Search box at (I originally saw the one by MayaSophia, on her blog). I always braid mine with the six-strand method now (shown in my picture), because it looks so pretty! *NOTE*: Prep time does NOT include time it take for the dough to rise.

    Recipe #325948

    This recipe is adapted from Paula Deen's son Jaime's chili recipe. It is from their "Family cook-off" episode on Food Network, but I changed a few things... partly for our tastes, and partly in the interest of not copying a celebrity. I have used ground beef, ground turkey, and ground bison (not all at the same time) - and we like when it's made with bison or turkey the most. I usually make cornbread or Recipe #403212 to enjoy with this. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #324768

    This cheesecake has a surprise layer of chocolate on top of the crust when it is cut. Mmmm, so yummy. I was trying to mimic Johnny Carino's Turtle Cheesecake, but I didn't quite get it right. This still tastes AWESOME, in my opinion, though. I wouldn't bother looking at the nutition info... :) *Note:* Prep time does not include cheesecake cooling or chilling time. Updated 5/12/09 to add: The melted chocolate layer on top of the crust can become quite solid after refrigeration (...not how I envisioned it!), making it difficult to cut. Fudge ice cream topping might be better AND stay ooey-gooey when the cheesecake is cold. If you try this out, let me know what you did and how it works out!

    Recipe #312883

    These cookies are so good, and they taste a little bit like pumpkin pie. They have a cake-like texture, but they are moist. I make them for my mother-in-law, primarily, because she is diabetic, and she adores them. We live at high altitude (6,800-ish ft.), and they work fine. *Note*: Do not flatten them before putting them in the oven. They do not change shape (flatten) themselves, but I think that helps them keep their moisture when they're stored.

    Recipe #308605

    This is basically fruit salad - on a stick! It's a great, healthy side for kids or elderly people who have trouble handling plates. It does take a bit of time to assemble, but the results look stunning at a baby shower, birthday party, or cookout! The goal is to make the skewer colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue. You can, however, substitute any fruit you'd like. You can also reverse the order in which you put the fruit on the skewer, and dip the bottom of the strawberry in chocolate. Have fun!

    Recipe #304813

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