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    Recipe #513903

    This recipe was posted on betterrecipes.com today and was the winner of one of their weekly contests. It looks so good I just had to save it !

    Recipe #450255

    Another recipe from the March '10 Everyday with Rachael Ray. I love this woman! This mixes some of my favorite things, pasta and tacos! Another 30 Minute Meal!

    Recipe #414868

    This is from the March '10 Everyday with Rachael Ray. Great, comforting weeknight meal in less than 30 minutes. I'm sure it would work with chicken as well. Serve with a salad and dinner is on the table in no time.

    Recipe #414867

    In our house, Mac and Cheese is a staple! (No, I don't have any kids.. it is I that loves the cheesy pasta.) Based on the reviews on the Campbell's website, this is an easy, go to, tasty recipe. What I like is that I can use whole grain pasta and low fat milk to make it much better than the boxed stuff. I have made these modifications in the listing of the recipe, but certainly use full fat milk (or.. dare I say.. cream!)/regular pasta if you wish. **Original recipe calls for 1/2 can milk and 1/2 can water but I figured Zaar wouldn't recognize that so I put about 2/3 c. It may be more accurate to use the can method.

    Recipe #414232

    A healthful weeknight meal with some of my favorite components! From EatingWell.com. You can also use cooked turkey in place of the chicken. Hello, Thanksgiving leftovers!

    Recipe #414165

    I am excited to make this for our annual Mother's Day brunch! Thanks, mom!

    Recipe #414062

    I had these at work once and I found the recipe, yes!!! Great for those leftover wonton wrappers from dinner or as a "fancy" dessert ;)

    Recipe #414060

    From Good Housekeeping. Looks simple enough for a heart warming weeknight meal!

    Recipe #414058

    This recipe is from Good Housekeeping. It looks like a new and interesting way to serve up potatoes- something I'm always looking for! Great for holidays with the family as it makes a lot of potatoes. I want to try these with red or new potatoes as well, and keep their skins on- yum!

    Recipe #414056

    These little bunnies are sure to make kids smile! Easter is coming up and these would make an excellent addition to any buffet. Use any kind of small candy for decorating (jelly beans, mini M&Ms, sweet tarts, tropical skittles.. They might be slightly tedious but your effort will pay off! The original recipe says to add more milk if the batter looks dry- use your best judgment.

    Recipe #414055

    This looks like an easy, somewhat healthy weeknight dish. I'm going to see if it fits into my rotation! One pot meals make one happy Julia on a Monday night. The original recipe calls for "2 cans of white chicken breast in water" but we don't use canned chicken so I will use leftover chicken.

    Recipe #414049

    Another Rachael Ray recipe, from the FEB '10 issue of her magazine. I made this soon after I recieved the issue and LOVED it! So easy yet such bold delicious flavors. My BF was surprised how fast dinner was ready! I hope ya'll enjoy this as much as I did.

    Recipe #414047

    I just found this on delish.com and it looks different from all the other recipes posted here. I just can't wait until summer when I have so much zucchini I don't know what to do with! I am posting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #414046

    Another recipe from Southern Living magazine- I love a good roasted potato and this recipe looks yummy yummy!!!!

    Recipe #405676

    This recipe sounds great and I cannot wait to try it! From Southern Living Magazine-- it says this recipe makes 4 c of pimento cheese and the sandwiches only use 1 1/3 c so plan accordingly!

    Recipe #405675

    This is a favorite at a local restaurant I used to work at named Elijah's here in Wilmington. All of the topping measurements are approximate, put as many or as few as you want! The spicyness of the blackening spice and the potent cheese are wonderous with the sweet balsamic dressing. The original salad at the restaurant also includes cherry tomatoes, but since neither I or my boyfriend care for raw tomatoes we left them off!

    Recipe #404575

    The people I work for gave this recipe to me, I am not a huge fan of ground turkey but boy did this recipe change my mind! For saucier meatballs spoon over after cooking instead of before. Serve this over rice or pasta.

    Recipe #382461

    Got this from the Kraft food&family magazine. Seems like it is going to make a great, easy weeknight meal. Can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #372807

    My mom used to make this as a special treat when we were little. It is sort of like the Brie pastry but she never cared for Brie so she swapped it. It's so easy and pleases everyone. Very rich and creamy it is perfect for an appetizer or party. You can also buy havarti cheese with various spices and herbs mixed in to switch it up a little bit. The havarti with dill is divine. If the cheese leaks out, which it occasionally will even if you think you sealed it well, that is okay. Just scoop it off the pan and pile it on top. It is not as pretty but just as tasty ;) Prep time is to let pastry thaw. Enjoy!

    Recipe #372376

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