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    5 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is a delicious dish I found in the Frugel Gourmet cookbook. I sounds hard to make, but it really isn't. The shapes of the meat pies make for interesting conversation.

    Recipe #60504

    2 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is a wonderful sandwich that is rich in flavor. The left over grilled veggies are good in some pasta drizzled with olive oil.

    Recipe #56259

    2 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is one of my all time favorites. Your house will smell SO good while you are making this. I got this recipe from a Arab friend of mine several years ago. If you are not a yogurt fan, don't let the yogurt scare you off. This is a delicious dish and very aromatic when cooking.

    Recipe #56255

    8 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    I found this recipe in a Pampered Chef book. This is really good. My family really loves this.

    Recipe #56252

    1 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is something I came up with on my own. So my timing may not be accurate(I normally don't time myself). The amount of ingredients depends on how many individual pizza you make and how much you like on your pizza. Pizza's are always fun to experiment with. There are so many variations, but the grilled crust really makes this. Believe it or not, the dough doesn't fall through the grill. This is very easy to make. This is one of my families favorites

    Recipe #56221

    This is very easy to make and delicious. The original recipe came from my bread machine book, but I added to herbs for an even better tasting crust.

    Recipe #56219

    1 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is a good spicy dip I found on ivillage.

    Recipe #56217

    3 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is a really good tropical drink. Not to mention pretty to look at.

    Recipe #56214

    1 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    Found this on ivillage. This is really good.

    Recipe #56213

    2 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    Another cool summery drink.

    Recipe #56212

    A very good and summery drink.

    Recipe #56211

    4 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is a drink that will sneak up on ya and slap you in the face. You don't even taste the alcohol. I sometimes mix up a big batch of this and take it to dinner parties. It gets a lot of interesting comments, because it is such an unusual color. People really like this.

    Recipe #56210

    4 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    I got this recipe from a Jordanian friend of mine. The rice mixture(without the lamb and after it has been cooked) can also be stuffed into baking hens before baking. It's delicious served with Pita bread, hummus and Mediteranian olives.

    Recipe #55831

    I came across this on the internet(don't remember which site). This is delicious served on top of a softened block of cream cheese and eaten with cracker.

    Recipe #55830

    Found this on It's one of Emeril's recipes. It's delicious.

    Recipe #55829

    This is a family recipe that my dad came up with years ago. Whenever I make this for parties, I alway get a lot of compliments. I thought you all might like it as well. To adjust the "heat" just seed part of the jalapeños.

    Recipe #55818

    5 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    I had some of these at a wedding reception. Luckily the hostess let me in on the ingredients. I just played around with the timing and amounts per appetizer and found the right taste. They are really good and the chessnut really adds a delightful ((crunch)).

    Recipe #55593

    Very simple appetizer I found in Southern Living magazine

    Recipe #55587

    4 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    Very simple. I found these while on vacation in Maine and couldn't get enough of them. Lobster is cheap up there and we ate them every chance we had. In other parts of the country, lobster isn't that cheap, but if you like 'real lobster' and not the imitation stuff, this is a nice (and easy) treat. The cook time is approximate. It depends on how big the lobster is. Just cook it until it's red in color.

    Recipe #55584

    3 Reviews |  By L. Duch

    This is a delicious and easy soup. Sometimes I go ahead and mix the bacon and sour cream right into the whole pot, which makes it richer and gives it a real and bacony flavor. This is one of my families favorites. I got this from a friend. I'm not sure where she got it from.

    Recipe #55581

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