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    My cousin showed me these shots and although it makes no sense how a lemon could make this taste just like chocolate cake, IT DOES! Very simple and DELICIOUS! :) Vanilla vodka makes this even better!

    Recipe #406090

    My Mom made these for me when I was young, only a more plain version. I have since added different things to make it the way I like.

    Recipe #353793

    I have been trying to find a louie sauce that is just like a fish house we go to here and I think I may have finally found it. ;) Havent tried it yet but had to add it here.

    Recipe #384682

    I found this at another site and love it! Here is the original description. "Yellowfin tuna is always delicious when grilled. This is great at a tailgate party, or at your Saturday afternoon summer barbecue. You can add a little cayenne pepper or minced fresh ginger to the marinade to give it a little extra kick."

    Recipe #352132

    I saw this on the RR show and had to try it. It was so-oooo easy and yummy that I had to share it here.

    Recipe #366525

    This recipe is out of a cookbook called eating well, healthy in a hurry. I love how simple this recipe is to make. It is great on a cold night and so healthy! I double the sauce to make it more like a soup since I love egg flower soup and this reminds me of it. I also omit the sugar, it is good without. I have only made this with white wine since i have no reason to buy mirin aside from this recipe and it turns out great. for a spicy kick, my husband likes to top this off with that hot rooster sauce. I do not know the proper name for it since it is in another language.

    Recipe #343731

    I got this recipe out of a healthy recipes cookbook called "Crazy Plates" and it is by far my favorite! I will write the recipe as they did but know that I like to add avocado slices and tomato to the burger and also I prefer to leave out the brown sugar in the spread. Sometimes this makes for a messy burger so I cut up the mushroom and make a wrap out of the ingredients. Either way is really good! Oh and for anyone else who may not know, as I didn't, chickpeas are garbanzo beans. :) Also, if you have any left over spread, I like to use it in a regular sandwich wrap with turkey, spinach, tomato, cheese, and olives.

    Recipe #324885

    i saw this on rr and had to save it here so i can try it. looks easy, healthy and really good. :)

    Recipe #351466

    Fire up the grill and enjoy a flavorful burger and French-style mayonnaise without the guilt! From eatbetteramerica..... Ok, I just tried this last night and I have to say these are the best turkey burgers I have had. Hubby is a huge fan of turkey burgers and I am not so much but these were very juicy and tender and the flavor is very good. I was disappointed with the garlicky mayo since I ran out of real garlic and had to use powder. I can only imagine how good it would have been with real garlic!

    Recipe #351478

    I just came across this on RR 30 min. meals and HAD to save it here to try. I am not a fan of sesame or poppy seeds so I will be making mine without but other than that it looks YUMMY!

    Recipe #380660

    i found this recipe at top secret recipes and everyone loves it! they have 2 versions, this was made from the fat-free version although i have been too afraid to actually use the fat free miracle whip. i just used this recipe because the list of ingredients is so short compared to the other version and it tastes perfect everytime i make it. i have shared this recipe with many friends and family members.

    Recipe #315996

    i have been making this recipe for years for family parties and everyone asks for more. this is an easy recipe that is even better if you make it a day ahead. i use my food processor now but i used to use my handheld chopper and that worked great also. i make a big batch of this stuff at a time, but you can easily cut it back if need be. this will make a big mixing bowl size amount of salsa.

    Recipe #316534

    I found this at another recipe site and have made it a few times with rave results. I know there are many similar recipes but this is the only one I could find that has these ingredients so I thought I would share. The bacon addition makes this dip yummy! I will post the recipe as I found it but then add in the few changes I have made to spice it up a little.

    Recipe #328445

    I got this recipe out of my top secret recipes cookbook."Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com". Read more: <a href="http://www.food.com/mail/view?msgid=3940253&oc=linkback">http://www.food.com/mail/view?msgid=3940253&oc=linkback</a> I have to say when I make these crab legs I no longer feel the need to go out to expensive restaurants to buy them and spend a fortune! They are easy and delicious!!! Just an update.... This last time I made them I thought I would try without the oil to see what the difference is and although the oil is messy it does taste better somehow. I think the oil helps to keep the crab more moist or something. It is good both ways but I will go back to using the oil now that I know.

    Recipe #316802

    This recipe is from another site and is very highly rated, with good reason. I love this recipe and my sister who doesnt like the fishyness of salmon even loves it too. Just thought I would share it here. :) The only thing I do different is use garlic powder in place of the salt.

    Recipe #352265

    This is my favorite spaghetti sauce ever. When i was growing up it was the only spaghetti i would eat. This is an easy way to cook it since you just get it all started and throw it in the crock pot and let it do it's thing. Cooking time does not reflect the time needed for the crock pot.

    Recipe #320663

    I just saw this on the RR show and am dying to try it later this week. Figured if it looked this yummy to me then I may as well share it here. ;)

    Recipe #413435

    I found this recipe at another site and loved it so I thought I would share it here for everyone. The time shown does not include the 4 hours of marinade time.

    Recipe #352263

    Not sure where I found this recipe and I almost forgot all about it until I cleaned out my drawers. It is so easy and very good for you. You could add anything to it or leave it as is. :)

    Recipe #447483

    I came across this on the betty crocker site and thought what a great and easy idea! You can do so much to change and make it your own. Assembled in minutes, this sandwich is ready to be toasted on the grill or the campfire. Even in the oven if you are at home. :)

    Recipe #434833

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