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    This may be call a tangy red French dressing has a hint of fire and lots of interesting flavor.

    Recipe #510487

    These tasty, slow cooked, cocktail meatballs simmered in cranberry sauce will disappear quickly from anyone's holiday party.

    Recipe #510486

    These sandwiches are really delicious and easy to make. They are one of my family's fix it quick favorites. I like to serve them with big bowls of steaming vegetable soup and dill pickles, on the side.

    Recipe #510485

    Take five minutes today to make the starter, also called sponge, and tomorrow you can bake two loaves of this marvelous, slightly sour, rustic Italian bread that has a hearty crust. I cannot tell you how AMAZING this bread is. 3 loaves were gone in under a day and a half! It is crunchy on the outside, soft and moist on the inside and filled with all these lovely bubbly craters! I replaced the milk with water and just baked on a greased and floured baking sheet and it was still wonderful. I cannot rate this recipe highly enough. I served with olive tapenade and caprese salad for appetizers and it was wonderful. My family/friends could not get enough of it! They beg for it EVERYDAY. Will certainly make again! First, the sponge is amazing. Tastes just as good after only sitting for a few hours as it does after 24+. I made it once and left it for 24 hours in a cool place and that made nice fluffy bread without many air pockets. * See My Note Below

    Recipe #510384

    Krumkake is a crispy, traditional Norwegian Christmas cookie (julekake). It is so delicious and it will melt in your mouth. You can find them in most pantries in Norway at Christmas time, but they are so popular that many families bake them all year around - yum-yum. In order to make these unusual Norske cookies you will need a special krumkake iron to bake them in. Are you ready to make "crumkauke"? - (That's kind-of how you pronounce it in Norwegian.) *see Recipe#290794 on

    Recipe #510383

    A simple baked pasta recipe with sausage, tomato sauce, and mozzarella cheese. To me it is a restaurant quality.

    Recipe #510267

    I don’t throw the word “best’ out lightly, but this is seriously the best gravy that I’ve ever did. You’ll just want to ladle yourself a bowl full of gravy and just eat it like soup. It’s luscious, delicate and has so many dimensions of flavor. I make this gravy simultaneously with turkey, so it’s best if it’s made together. However, you can certainly replicate it using butter and chicken broth.

    Recipe #509976

    The BEST sangria recipe I've been able to hone to perfection! If you like a sweeter Sangria, use ginger ale in place of club soda.

    Recipe #509971

    Old fashioned peach pie using no eggs, my family's favorite.

    Recipe #509967

    M/S Kathy come from a region were pecans are plentiful. Her grandmother used to make these for most family dinners and now her sister does the honors. We love them and they go fast when put out on the desert table during the holidays. You will love the buttery crust and rich filling. Enjoy! We always make them for Thanksgiving and there are never any left. I have to do 48 at my home for the holidays!

    Recipe #509897

    An attractive topping of cinnamon-spiced apples slices and a homemade oat and walnut crust make this creamy dessert a definite show stopper.

    Recipe #509896

    Pineapple, sugar and marshmallows lend a super sweetness to sweet potatoes. I've been making the casserole for years, both for special occasions at home and for casual dinners. Everyone deceided it was to be added to the list of family favorites. I would love to hear any improvements and/or variations you make to this simple recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #509895

    Crust Is The Secret To A Great Pizza! Thick, thin, whole grain or flavored with herbs and spices, it's easy to make your crust the way you like it. Then add your favorite fresh toppings to please your crowd. What will it be: half meat lover's delight and half veggie supreme? You decide. But one thing's for sure, frozen pizza is history!

    Recipe #509881

    One of our best recipe and we love it beyond description. Not that we can make it as well Mon did! Soft, tender, high and luscious. It is worth the overnight rise, as it must rise slowly to be so light. We would be happy to share it with you, Happy Partying and Holiday.

    Recipe #509880

    If you love chili and if you love beef stroganoff, you will love this recipe! It is so quick to make but its very tasty and hearty! A Great idea! We had chili last week. I still had some leftover in the frig. Using the method in your recipe, I turned the left over chili into chili stroganoff.

    Recipe #509878

    Add Signature Flavor With Extraordinary Sauces Don’t settle for just your traditional marinara. Brighten your pizza with these robust and flavorful sauce recipes. Try one of these wonderfully simple recipes to enhance your pizza and give it a rich, distinct taste like never before.

    Recipe #509842

    Use this easy pizza crust recipe with no need for rising time.

    Recipe #509841

    Pickle and Ice Cream Cupcakes (copycat From People magazine and on FOX 2 news) Would you think a girl was pregnant if you saw her eating pickles and ice cream together? I don't know much about it ! But I don't think doing crazy things with food makes her pregnant ! But probably assume that since that's one of the stereotypes of pregnacy. This was designed for our expectant mothers. Sort of combines the whole shootin' match in one dish. People always want to know, is it dill or sweet? Well, it's both, and it's much better than you'd think. For this unusual but very tasty ice cream, use the ice cream base for the Old Time Vanilla Ice Cream. Then add 2 teaspoons of dill weed and freeze according to the manufacturer’s directions. When the ice cream is nearly frozen, add in 3/4 cup of chopped sweet pickles. That was a Dill pickle ice cream recipe. Really? Did you actually crave pickles and ice cream? I wasn’t sure if that was just an old wives tale. They actually aren’t bad. Although,

    Recipe #509746

    This Watergate Salad Recipe was initially called Pistachio Pineapple Delight when it first debued in the 1970’s, and only canned pineapple was used. This easy and simple Watergate recipe has since been varied to use other canned fruits as well. How and why the name was changed to Watergate is a mystery. Some people think it has a lot to do with the Watergate Scandals that were prevalent during that time. Whatever the name is - Watergate or Pistachio Pineapple Delight - it is the results of the recipe that are important and this easy and simple Watergate recipe has lots of flavour. Although the original recipe called for canned pineapples, fruit cocktail seems to have become more of a favourite choice. Canned diced peaches or mandarins work really well in this recipe also. So, pick your choice of fruit and get stirring.

    Recipe #509741

    Meet the Cook: Needing a quick appetizer one night when dinner was running late, I combined a few leftovers into this easy cheese ball. For variety, you can shape it into a log, or substitute favorite herbs for the pepper.

    Recipe #509739

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