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    I created the filling for this recipe specifically for my dearest friend, D. This is my personal version of the bacon bite recipe. It is full of complimentary flavors, easy to put together, and you can freeze them or serve them right away. I promise they will knock your socks off and those of your guests. The best part is that you can freeze them and pull a few out when you need them; make ahead for a party or bake them right away.

    Recipe #347790

    I was surprised to see that there are so many burrito casseroles on Zaar, but no one has posted an actual beef burrito recipe. Here is my recipe for the much loved Ground Beef Burrito! The key to this burrito in achieving that authentic Mexican flavor and mouth feel, is in the method for cooking the ground beef. If you decide to brown your ground beef or follow the directions on the spice package, you will end up with a totally different product.

    Recipe #337301

    This cake was made by Chef Bobby Flay. He went up against a very famous 12 layer, 12 pound coconut cake and won the throwdown challenge. This is a great cake for a wedding, shower or any event you can think of. I served this at a party and it was a smashing success. By far the most successful dessert I have served. Note the prep time does not include the 2 hour chilling time for the Coconut Custard.

    Recipe #334754

    This recipe has tremendous flavor and the sourdough bread on the top makes this dish a home run. Like most casseroles, it is simple to make and is easy to clean up. I have pretty much changed the entire recipe from its original form because the original recipe was very bland and not memorable at all. I hope that you enjoy this cobbler as much as we do!

    Recipe #334363

    One bowl and you're hooked! I've been known to assemble this dish the night before and stick the crock in the fridge overnight. It is great to pull out the crock before work in the morning and turn on the pot. This is a fabulous Chili! It also happens to be a much healthier option without sacrificing the flavors like some revamped recipes. We especially love the contrasting textures of the ground beef and cubed stew meat.

    Recipe #330966

    I have been making these for eons from an old Pillsbury cookbook, though I have changed the recipe a bit over time. I recently started using the new Recipe Creations flaky dough sheets from Pillsbury instead of the crescent dinner rolls listed below. Either way, they are very little work for such a huge welcoming from your guests and family. Be prepared to double this recipe.

    Recipe #330808

    I made a big pot of my chili and had a loaf of homemade sourdough bread leftover from the day before. I wanted something different from the usual garlic bread or corn bread, one typically serves with chili. I opened the fridge and this cheese spread is what I came forth. A wonderful spread, dip and as you'll find out, perfect for spreading on sourdough or French bread and heating under the broiler.

    Recipe #327456

    I despise bland baked potatoes! This is a cooperative recipe that I put together using techniques I have gathered from my father, brother in law, eldest brother and myself. I know that you will love the ease of putting together these very flavorful baked potatoes. NOTE: There is a pictorial tutorial in the photo gallery to the left.

    Recipe #327263

    Sometimes it is necessary for the mouse to outsmart the cat. My husband will not get near meatloaf due to childhood culinary trauma. I adore meatloaf and with a bit of tweaking to my favorite recipe and shaping them into meatballs, we both are happy. But, he still does not know it is meatloaf. I use leftovers to make meatball subs.

    Recipe #327257

    This is my adaption of a Tyler Florence recipe. I cannot express just how dang good this recipe is. You can serve it as kabobs over Basmati rice or do as Tyler and serve as the recipe dictates below. Take note that you will not use all of the dressing, so the calorie and fat counts are way off. For a shortcut or to cut the calorie count even further, use a pre-made regular or low fat Caesar dressing.

    Recipe #327244

    This was a real hit while I was on vacation looking for a hearty one pot wonder to satisfy several different age groups. I made one as directed below and another with blue cheese and cheddar. Even the kids loved the addition of the blue cheese. From Pillsbury.com: Who wants a bun when you can have a cheeseburger baked in a flaky pie crust?

    Recipe #327207

    This is the best Chicken Pot Pie recipe that I have had the pleasure of making and eating. It is easy, inexpensive, always well received and a staple in my recipe rounder for at least 4 years. From Pillsbury.com: What makes a classic? Chicken and mixed vegetables in a rich homemade white sauce fill a flaky pie crust that's perfection.

    Recipe #327195

    I was looking to put a spin on my Recipe #317538 and I came across this fabulous recipe. It was easy and the aroma filled the house while making the dough and while baking the buns. From KA: Why bake your own sandwich buns? Because homemade is SO much better than store-bought. These soft, golden buns feature a subtle spiral of dried onion, giving them incredible aroma and marvelous flavor. They're perfect for all kinds of sandwiches—and hamburgers, of course.

    Recipe #323514

    One of my favorite bread recipes! These will make you look like a star! When I make this recipe, I make 2, instead of 3 loaves, from the same amount of dough. See photo gallery. Here is the method that I use after mixing the recipe and putting the dough to rest in a covered plastic container. For the baguettes I folded at one hour and then again at 2 hours. I then rough shaped into baguettes, allowed to rest under plastic for 15 minutes; final shaped and placed on the nonstick bread pan and covered with a cold, damp tea towel for the final rise. This video shows the rising and folding: http://www.thebackhomebakery.com/Tutorials/Ciabatta.html This video shows you how to shape: http://www.thebackhomebakery.com/Tutorials/Shaping.html From KA: These crunchy baguettes feature a chewy interior riddled with holes, and a crisp, deep-gold crust. While it's a challenge to make "real" baguettes at home, this version is probably as close to an artisan bakery version as you're going to find. Step-by-step photos illustrating how to make this recipe following the original recipe below: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/blog/2008/05/02/baguettes-do-try-this-at-home/

    Recipe #323218

    This easy brunch casserole will become everyone's favorite and it's so easy! Choose a French or Sourdough Bread to give it the Panera touch. From the Panera Bread Cookbook.

    Recipe #321989

    Eat this flavorful bread while it's fresh from the oven and imagine you're sitting under the warm Grecian sun. From the Panera Bread Cookbook.

    Recipe #321988

    These are very delicious, indeed! An incredible appetizer to tickle the appetite. From the Panera Bread Cookbook.

    Recipe #321986

    Dipping warm, crusty breads in olive oil and balsamic is big thing in California. Here is a great recipe for a dip to keep on hand. Stored in an airtight container and refrigerated, this mixture should last at least 6 months. I like to add crushed red pepper flakes to spice things up!

    Recipe #321853

    From epicurious.com: Bilko's spice mix is a closely guarded secret, but Donna King, the restaurants cook, shared with us its fundamental ingredients as well as the basic technique — a long marination, at least 24 hours. This results in some of the juiciest chicken we've ever eaten. The chicken must also rest five or ten minutes after being dredged in the seasoned flour to, as King told us, "get doughy." The Bon Ton recipe calls for Ac'cent (monosodium glutamate) in both the marinade and the dredging mixture. We tested it with and without, and the chicken mainly tasted saltier with the Ac'cent, which some people preferred. The formula for this amazing dish dates back to the 1950s and a restaurant in Henderson known as The Colonel’s Lair. It was a favorite haunt of local high school students and it was run by a man named Bill Koch, whom the kids called Bilko because that’s the way he pronounced it. All who remember The Colonel’s Lair agree that Bilko made the best fried chicken anywhere. In the state where Harland Sanders began a fried-chicken empire based on the secret recipe he used in the kitchen of his service station/café, such judgments are not made lightly. Bilko is gone, but Bon Ton proprietor George Markham and his former cook, Donna King, managed to get the recipe for the amazing chicken; and now it is served every day

    Recipe #321814

    Breakfast in a biscuit! My husband and I had these during a trip to LA and they were fabulous. I am not a fan of maple, but these biscuits are very good. I just happened across the original recipe while reading food related articles. This recipe makes 2 dozen, however, I freeze 1 1/2 dozen and take them out as needed. Give them a try; I am sure you will love them as well. Adapted from Zoe Nathan of Rustic Canyon

    Recipe #321807

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