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    Found on For the Love of Cooking blog. Add some chicken to make a meal in one... Cook time does not include time to cool!

    Recipe #461510

    From Whole Foods. This is kid friendly, adult friendly, easy and healthy! Amounts are approximate use the ingredients to your liking. I really like this with nutella!

    Recipe #461508

    I was obsessed with this dish from Macaroni Grille when I was pregnant. This is the closest I could come to recreating it at home so it didn't cost so much! This is also great without the chicken. Make totally vegetarian by substituting veggie broth for the chicken broth! I have also used fat free half and half for the heavy cream with decent results but in order to make the dish as rich and creamy as they do, you need to use the heavy cream.

    Recipe #459401

    From Southern Living. Great recipe to use up left over rotissiere chicken. This would also be good as a panini on the George Foreman or a panini press.

    Recipe #459399

    My husband's favorite -- he asked what I made it with and I said magic. He said well keep a bottle of that around! I use a rotisseire chicken for the chicken!

    Recipe #438696

    Super super easy! This is for an iced tea maker but I will include instructions on how to do it traditionally as well! Chill time is not included in prep or cook time!

    Recipe #432933

    Aired on Sunny Anderson's show "Cooking for Real". We just saw it recently and it sounds great so I am posting here for safekeeping! :) The recipe calls for fresh herbs and I think if I were to make it at home I would certainly use dried dill -- probably 1/8 to 1/4 of a tsp, or to taste! Prep time is marinade time.

    Recipe #432693

    DH randomly INSISTED on growing fresh cayenne pepper in the garden this year! I have no clue what to do with fresh cayenne pepper other than dry it out, so I have gone on a search for recipes using these lovely little peppers! Here is one I found on www.tfproject.org. I have not made and I am posting for safekeeping!

    Recipe #432322

    DH and I just saw this on a re-run of Paula Deen the other day! It sounded so good! I had some leftover baked potatoes so we turned them into these! We only used cheese and the sour cream mixture on ours but cover with your favorite fixins! It is really the grilling that makes them sooooo good! Serving size depends on if they are your meal or a side or an appetizer!

    Recipe #431482

    So here is the story behind me and mushy peas. I love peas, but I don't like mushy peas (like the kind that come out of a can mushy, not like this recipe mushy), so when I read about mushy peas and fish and chips, my curiosity was piqued -- the description sounded good. So of course I went in search of a recipe. I have no looked back! This is so good! I eat it when we have real fish and chips and when we have grilled fish and sweet potato chips! It is also a great side for pork chops or potroast in place of the mashed potatoes! I found this on allrecipes.com sometime back in 2008. Very good!

    Recipe #428884

    One of my favorites! I have been eating this since I can remember! Please don't use canned peas -- the taste is all wrong with those!

    Recipe #428882

    My favorite way to make croutons for a greek salad or for a ceasar salad. They will keep in an airtight container for 3-4 days in your pantry. We love these! Also, good for brushing on pita bread before toasting to make pita chips! I found this in a food magazine and altered it to make it more to our taste, but I cannot remember which magazine!

    Recipe #428086

    Found on group recipes. Posted for ZWT6! Cook time and prep time are best guesses. Also, prep time does not include time to boil the potatoes.

    Recipe #428082

    This is our family's way of making beer brats! We love them this way and they are even better re-grilled the next day! Depending on how much you drink while you are prepping you may need more or less beer!

    Recipe #426254

    This is posted for ZWT6 and comes from infolanka.com

    Recipe #426070

    This sounds great. I always love new recipes for my ABM! This is posted for ZWT. Source: razzle dazzle recipes

    Recipe #426062

    This recipe is all over the web, and it is usually touted as the PF Chang's recipe. I don't know if it the same, as the waiter told me the chicken was lightly breaded in potato flour. So I might try it that way too. Also, I have not tried this yet, but I am OBSESSED with their lunch bowl of Crispy Honey Chicken, so I had to go searching for a recipe! Serve over brown rice, white rice or crispy noodles! We like brown rice best!!! Cook time is my best guess!

    Recipe #426044

    A favorite during Norwegian Christmas, the person who receives the whole almond receives a special gift (often a marzipan pig). Found on the web posted for ZWT6

    Recipe #424890

    From Recipes for an Arabian Night by David Scott. Posted for ZWT6! Traditional Lebanese salad similar to Panzanella in the Italian culture!

    Recipe #424826

    Al-Motubugis a stuffed pastry. It is one of the special Saudi Arabian dishes. Sounds really good! Posted for ZWT6! Recipe from "Saudi Arabia Magazine" (an official publication of the Information Office of the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia), Summer 1997 Cook time and prep time are my best guess!

    Recipe #424820

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