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    We love the unique taste of the brown rice mixed with the pork sausage. Serve with crusty French bread and a green vegetable.

    Recipe #90068

    This is absolutely my favorite coffeecake recipe. It's so pretty and, even better, tastes wonderful! Next time I make it, I'll post a picture.

    Recipe #90067

    This is a wonderful, rich cake that I receive many recipe requests for. It varies slightly from NurseDi's as this recipe doesn't use almond flavoring and uses buttermilk instead of sour cream.

    Recipe #89994

    We had these at a party; liked them so well, we came home and re-created them. These are sooooooooooo good!

    Recipe #89908

    Here in Northern Indiana, they have fund raisers where this chicken is sold. It is slow cooked in a large covered grill (about the size of a small travel trailer) where it is constantly moving from the grilling section to a dipping section and back. This makes it fall-apart tender and a spectacular flavor. Edited to add: Since the sauce makes a lot and I end up throwing so much of it away, I've been making up LOTS of chicken for freezing. I have been taking 2 or 3 whole chickens, cutting them in half; then baking the halves in the sauce (may need to bake in batches). When cool, I freeze in freezer bags dividing up the remaining sauce among the bags. When ready to eat, thaw and grill with the thawed marinade.

    Recipe #89909

    I received this recipe from my sister in law, Val. We have this every year at our Christmas get-together. Of course, a little brandy enhances the flavor!

    Recipe #89910

    Easy spread that jazzes up any ordinary meal. I like to serve this to round out those summer grilling menus.

    Recipe #89691

    This recipe differs slightly from MarieAlice's as it uses applesauce in place of the oil and prunes instead of nuts for a lower fat version. These are extremely moist that you will want to refrigerate and/or freeze what you will not use in 3 or 4 days. Those of you on Weight Watchers, I've calculated that one muffin is equal to 4 points.

    Recipe #89562

    We love fresh asparagus. Combined with chicken, this is a terrific main dish that can be made the day before and popped into the oven after work.

    Recipe #89438

    This is an easy dish but elegant enough to serve to guests. A nice loaf of French bread and green salad would round out the meal.

    Recipe #89437

    This is an original recipe that my husband, Evan, created. He uses "Flat Out" brand wraps which makes a big sandwich. We cut in half to serve 2, but our growing son eats a whole one.

    Recipe #89436

    This is something that you'd find a in 5 star restaurant. Takes a little work to put together, but, OMG, IT IS WORTH IT!

    Recipe #88887

    This is a drop-dead, out of this world recipe! Original recipe called for 2 1/2 pounds of diced cooked chicken. I simplified it by using smoked turkey from the deli.

    Recipe #88888

    A terrific tasting and simple crock pot recipe that can also be prepared in the oven. There's something about the onions that brings this recipe to life. Be sure to well grease the crock pot to avoid sticky clean up.

    Recipe #88886

    This recipe couldn't be easier! The "tang" comes from the cranberry sauce (one of the just 5 ingredients used in this recipe).

    Recipe #88885

    This recipe is from: http://www.topsecretrecipes.com. We don't have Carl Jr's around here but figured that they must be good if someone is trying to copycat them. I wasn't disappointed! Love the ranch dressing! I used a chicken fryer skillet rather than a deep fryer.

    Recipe #88723

    This is a simple, delicious salad dressing that I got from my friend Diane. I make it every time we have Rueben sandwiches and double it so there's plenty for salad the next day. You'll never buy store bought again after trying this easy recipe. As with most recipes, this tastes better the next day after flavors blend.

    Recipe #88394

    I try a new recipe that I find on the Internet at least once a week. If it's a "keeper", I put it in my recipe file with comments; such as "a best of 2003" etc. I tried this recipe a couple of weeks ago. Immediately my entire family responded the same way. It rated not only a best of 2003 but perhaps a best of EVER. We had it again last night. And again it got rave reviews - not just an impulsive response from a new recipe. My son declared the next day, "We will NEVER have ordinary burgers again in this house!" This is an "oh, my God" recipe. There is something about the way the flavors blend together that leaves your taste buds wanting for more. This is THE BEST EVER burger recipe. This was the People's Choice Prize Winner ($5,000) in Build A Better Burger Contest submitted by Adam J. Payson, Omaha, Nebraska My only recommendations on improvement is to 1) throw the vegetables in a food processor to speed up the chopping time 2) add a little corn starch after simmering the vinegar to thicken 3) double or triple the recipe for the sauce and freeze for later use

    Recipe #60828

    I found this recipe in Taste of Home's Annual Quick and Easy Cookbook. Very good, very easy.

    Recipe #60260

    You'll never buy the fried rice from the local Chinese restaurant when you discover how easy and (above all) great tasting this recipe is. The secret is the sesame oil. If you don't have that, don't bother making it! Can add cooked chunked baby carrots and peas, if desired. Cold rice works best so it doesn't get mushy. I usually cook my rice the day before and keep in the refrigerator until ready to prepare.

    Recipe #60143

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