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    I made this recipe up to try to recreate those delicious chicken bakes that Costo sells!Warm, delicious chunks of chicken, bacon, cheese and chives encased in a pizza dough crust! They're really good, and quick to assemble!

    Recipe #226356

    5 Reviews |  By imatrad

    I've been making this for years, and is such a refreshing change from the standard canned cranberry sauce served on holiday tables. It comes together quickly with a food processor. Goes great with turkey or ham, and is especially good on turkey sandwiches! I'm guessing on the quantity this recipe serves, It's enough to make a large serving bowl, and fill 3 jars to give away too! Cooking time is just for boiling water. Hope you enjoy this beautiful addition to your Thanksgiving and Christmas buffet! (don't worry, the orange rind will not be tart, as there is substantial sugar!)

    Recipe #340093

    I was in a jam to find a recipe for lobster bisque to take to our gourmet club's French dinner, and after studying, scrutinizing, and adapting the best of several different recipes for it, came up with this one.My gourmet club has some pretty accomplished cooks, and they all raved about it. I'm sure you'll enjoy it too!Sounds like a lot of directions, but comes together in less than 1 1/2 hrs!

    Recipe #257997

    1 Reviews |  By imatrad

    This was my father's recipe. He was a professional caterer and loved to develop new recipes. Our family was lucky that he'd try them out on us first! This lamb was excellent.And the unique part about it was that instead of serving it with mint jelly, he incorporated it into a brown gravy, so the flavor is subtle, but incredibly good! I make this every Easter for our family. Preparation time includes two days for marinating

    Recipe #88217

    Tender little ground turkey patties in a savory sauce. Delicious served over buttered egg noodles or rice. A family pleasing recipe!

    Recipe #381611

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