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    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    This recipe is by far the best oatmeal cookie I've ever tasted. The only changes I made in her recipe was to add a teaspoon of cinnamon just because we like cinnamon. Craisins can be used in place of raisins. Prep time includes resting time.

    Recipe #414929

    A hot veggie dip that isn't artichoke

    Recipe #355194

    1 Reviews |  By racrgal

    An impressive topping to any steak without a lot of effort or ingredients. Sweet and garlicy. The concord wine needs to be very sweet for this recipe. Not a wine you would normally drink. I use Manischewitz Concord Grape. The wine will almost carmalize during cooking. You may use canned mushrooms but fresh seem to absorb the flavors better. If you use canned mushies, drain the liquid.

    Recipe #322670

    Shrimp and veggies without all the oil.

    Recipe #319702

    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    A quick and tasty meal for one.

    Recipe #319643

    1 Reviews |  By racrgal

    This is especially good when all of the veggies and herbs are in season. I've served this for a weekend breakfast, ladies lunch and even dinner. When served for dinner I grilled chicken breasts. Possible you could cook diced chicken right on top of the pie but I haven't tried it. You may use the lower fat versions of any or all of the cheeses with good results.

    Recipe #319636

    This is the pecan pie recipe printed on the back of the Karo syrup bottle from the 1950s. I grew up with this pecan pie and it remains my favorite.

    Recipe #319627

    1 Reviews |  By racrgal

    This is a concoction I came up with on a Friday night while taste testing another drink and putting away supplies. Chambord and Godiva White Chocolate Liquer are two of my very favorite spirits. This is not an inexpensive drink to make but well worth the investment.

    Recipe #317175

    This is an old recipe that is still a winner. If you don't want to use a mold it can be layered in any clear glass bowl and still make a lovely presentation. The cream cheese mixture can be omited if you prefer a lower fat version.

    Recipe #316464

    This is my sister in law's speciality. Very rich and quite impressive to serve. I have served this on a white place with a tiny swirl of warm seedless raspberry jam as a garnish. My SIL still makes this better than I do.

    Recipe #316366

    1 Reviews |  By racrgal

    Not as high fat as a regular scone but yummy just the same. This recipe does not make a huge amount so it's great for singles. Dried cranberries can be substituted for the raisins for variety.

    Recipe #316186

    4 Reviews |  By racrgal

    Every year I serve this at my Christmas Gift Wrapping Party along with a fruit salad, good coffee and a plate of goodies to nibble while we wrap. I print the recipe on Christmas stationery because I know newcomers will ask for it.

    Recipe #316144

    3 Reviews |  By racrgal

    This has become a favorite for a quick, easy and elegant meal. You can use any style pasta you prefer. The smaller the shrimp the less the cooking time will be. Keep that in mind when adding spinach as the shrimp will continue to cook as the spinach steams. If I have small shrimp I add the shrimp and spinach at the same time so the shrimp doesn't overcook.

    Recipe #316098

    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    Low fat with lots of taste. You can add red onion to this if you wish just increase the amount of the dressing

    Recipe #316040

    1 Reviews |  By racrgal

    A fluffy change for breakfast

    Recipe #316035

    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    My favorite restaurant is a tiny, Italian restaurant that is run by a lovely couple originally from Naples, Itlay. They came to So Cal by way of New York. Their dishes all have a different twist to them. Seafood is strongly featured in their menu. I've moved out of the area and am copying my favorite recipes. I used recipe #76 for the alfredo but did thin it out for this particular recipe. Feel free to add lobster, crab, clams or langastinos for variety. The melding of tastes and textures in this recipe is quite unusual. The veggies for the top are all raw and chilled while the seafood and pasta is cooked an hot. One of my personal favorites.

    Recipe #316019

    1 Reviews |  By racrgal

    I first had this dish at a wonderful Italian restaurant that would eventually become my favorite place to eat. My request for the recipe was, of course, denied. Over the months, as I got to know the servers, I questioned the ingredients of this dish. This is extremely close to the restaurant dish. You may use your choice of alfredo sauces and pasta. recipe #76 appears very close to the restaurant style alfredo. I like this with fettuccine but some like angel hair pasta. Your choice. :-)

    Recipe #316011

    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    This is a fudgey cake that will cure any chocolate craving without days of guilt or three hours at the gym. It's so very easy too. I've served this to guests and they begged for the recipe. Cooking time includes cooling time. Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you off. This is a very easy recipe that doesn't even require a mixer.

    Recipe #316007

    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    Tasty rice in minutes from your microwave.

    Recipe #315967

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