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    I am a true seafood/fish lover and this is my favorite way of having my salmon prepared, even over grilling. It's delicious and also a great "busy night" dinner to prepare on little time. Always comes out tender and flaky the way it should be, not dried out. I've made this many times and it's never failed me. This was passed onto me by my best friend, Steph.

    Recipe #70299

    This is straight out of the laundry room of DH's grandmother; it works too! I've also entered this under the "kid friendly" category because there was no "parent friendly" category to choose from! This spray concoction has been a godsend when getting stains out of my toddlers clothes.

    Recipe #68119

    A non alcoholic punch that was served and very much loved at family gatherings when I was a child; I still like this punch. It's cool and refreshing and pretty. Great for bridal/baby shower, luncheon, brunch, child party. Posted per request.

    Recipe #66743

    This is too simple, but so good that I had to post. Very quick and makes a great side dish to anything; we especially like this served aside ham or fish.

    Recipe #64252

    A nice sandwich to make for a luncheon, a romantic picnic or outdoor family outing in nice weather; make ahead of time, refrigerate and serve later. Or serve hot aside soup or salad for a comfort food type of dinner during the cold winter months. I've used the George Foreman to grill the chicken and have grilled the sun-dried tomatoes atop the breast, along with dried oregano seasoning.

    Recipe #63212

    This rich and creamy lobster dish can satisfy a seafood lovers palate, without breaking the bank. I bake this in a pie plate and serve alongside of steak, rice and cole slaw; a delicious, cheaper version of "surf and turf". Can be easily served as a main dish.

    Recipe #61802

    Another way to prepare swiss steak. I believe this recipe is from a flyer of Shop-Rite supermarket. We like this served with mashed potatoes, gravy and vegetable.

    Recipe #60335

    This is an awesome and delicious appetizer for a last minute preparation/invitation for a party or picnic. Or make ahead for your pre-planned gathering. Chill until served.

    Recipe #60334

    Great recipe for the seafood lover with little time to cook. An easy and quick stovetop dinner. Serve with tossed salad or cole slaw, bread.

    Recipe #60333

    Chocolate and toffee; a definite satisfaction to a chocolate lovers cravings. If serving in a trifle bowl (looks great!), I would double the recipe to fill your average trifle bowl. This recipe is courtesy of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking March/April 2003 edition. The cook time includes the brownie baking time.

    Recipe #58264

    A great addition to any dinner. I've made these as a side dish to ribs; also a nice side for a holiday meal, BBQ, potluck or any average dinner. My dinner guests asked for second and third helpings! Courtesy of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking Magazine March/April 2003 magazine.

    Recipe #58077

    A crunchy flavor-filled snack to keep in the "snack cabnit"; send in lunches, fishing trips or camping trips. Prep time includes overnight setting.

    Recipe #57121

    A crunchy, herbed flavor-filled snack! Prepare in less than 5 minutes; will be ready to eat in one hour. It's even better than any store-bought munchie! Eat this on movie night, or pack in lunches or for a camping trip. You can serve this at picnics, parties, gatherings, showers, weddings, etc: it goes a long way! This recipe is from a co-worker; I asked for the recipe after one bite of these seasoned crackers. Prep time includes 1 hour of marinating.

    Recipe #57119

    My non-ricotta cheese-eating husband always raved about "the meat stuffed shells his mom used to make." His grandmother recently wrote to the TV guide (where this recipe originated) and they were kind enough to send back the recipe, dated September 13, 1976. I have to agree, these are delicious! Serve with a tossed salad and garlic bread. The prep time includes the pasta/beef cooking; the cook time is the baking time for the casserole.

    Recipe #56846

    This soup is creamy as well as hearty and filling; easy to prepare and budget-friendly. The corn adds a tiny bit of sweetness to the taste. For variety, you could probably add some peas and/or carrots; shredded cheddar for topping upon serving. Add some nice warm bread to accompany the meal. This recipe is courtesy of Taste of Home Magazine, a 2nd place winner in a soup contest.

    Recipe #56845

    A delicious one dish meal that is full of flavor and will be cooked in less than 1 hour. The only prep time is for 2 cups of water to boil; and make sure the chicken is thawed if previously frozen. I got this recipe from my Brand Named Best Loved Casseroles book, in the "Dinner in Minutes" chapter.

    Recipe #54916

    Here is one for the chocolate/peanut butter lover, old or young. I say old first; this was served as the dessert on our lunch tray, 1st grade through 12th grade, usually on "Pizza Friday." And one would not think twice by propositioning a trade of their rectangle slice of frozen pizza for your peanut butter square. (This is where that term you learned in social studies class, "bartering", came into good use!) Can be served for up to 12-24 servings; 24 small servings or 12 nice big servings, like the ones served in the cafeteria at Whitehall School District, Pennsylvania. To this day, they are still served! (Prep/cook time does not include chill time).

    Recipe #53056

    A low fat, healthy good for you stove top dinner that is quick and easy to prepare. For those on Weight Watcher points program, this is 6 points per serving. I believe this recipe is from our local newspaper.

    Recipe #53051

    Pork stir fry that is sweet and nutty, as well as cooked stove top for a "quick" dinner. Substitute with chicken, if desired.

    Recipe #52130

    We in PA love our pierogi's; and here is an easy, tasty casserole that substitutes the real deal. Most commonly served as a main dish, but can be served as a side.

    Recipe #51039

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