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    DH and I had a restaurant for awhile and we're always told we had the best wings around. We came up with this recipe which is not just hot but packed with flavor. We keep the left over sauce in the pantry so the butter doesn't solidify. Just shake and pour over your cooked wings. When we are not in the mood to cook wings we will order them without sauce and use our sauce on them.

    Recipe #469403

    This is on my families "must bake for the holidays" cookie list. This recipe was given to my mother in the 1950's and we haven't changed a thing except we now use white wine instead of red. The red wine would make the cookies a not so nice looking color which was a turn off, but with the white, they come out perfect. It sounds complicated, but once you have your ingredients prepped, it's easy. I usually chopped the dates and walnuts (or you can buy them already chopped) before I start which helps to cut back the time. The type of white wine really doesn't matter much. I use a nice white Rhine or Sauterne cooking wine, but I think anything goes. You will get a lot of cookies. I usually get at least 6 plus dozen per batch.

    Recipe #403129

    A healthy change from your typical mayonnaise based salad. Also, this will hold up much better especially in warm weather. If refrigerating, bring to room temperature before serving. You can substitute fresh Basil for the Parsley for a different taste.

    Recipe #366010

    This soup could not be any easier. My family has been making this for years. My grandmother and mom would always have a pot of chicken stock cooking. I make this with can stock for a quick week night lite fare. This and a salad and you have a meal. If making stock from scratch, add about 2 cups of the cooked chicken to the soup.

    Recipe #366002

    This is a simple and easy salad that my Italian family always makes when we are not in the mood for lettuce. We eat some type of salad with almost all our meals. My grandmother would always bring Mentuccia (wild mint) back from her trips to Italy but here we just use fresh or dried mint. Some times I use lemon juice instead of vinegar. Your choice. Also you can garnish with lemon slices.

    Recipe #363914

    One night my neighbor was placing on the grill what appeared to look like a giant Hershey kiss. When he gave me the recipe and I tried it, I was hooked. This is the easiest and best tasting way to prepare a whole sweet onion on the grill. He just used the bouillon cube but I made a few additions which really enhances the flavor. You can substitute a packet of powdered beef bouillon if you like.

    Recipe #361684

    I use this recipe whenever we are hungry for fries. It comes from Cook's Illustrated magazine and makes the best fries we have ever tasted. They are a little more involved than most, but are worth it. The hot tap water pulls the starch out faster than using cold water. Therefore less prep time needed. We like them this way served with malt vinegar but feel free to add seasoning of your choice. Old Bay is good.

    Recipe #343968

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