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    This is delicious even if you don't particularly like spinach. The recipe originally called for 10 oz of spinach, but since I don't care for it, I cut it way down. Still gives a little taste without being overpowering.

    Recipe #103772

    I served this with grilled Garlic Peppercorn steak (McCormick Grillmates) and raw cucumber. The coolness of the cucumber was so refreshing with these spicy dishes! We used 1 tsp of the hot chili oil. Note that there is no error in the recipe, as one reviewer states. If you look at the blog post about Simple Sesame Noodles on Pioneer Woman's website, it does indeed say pure sesame oil, with a photo of the pure sesame oil bottle.

    Recipe #427798

    This is my adaptation of my favorite salad ever, based on the description in their menu

    Recipe #408493

    This dip is a hit at parties--you just can't stop eating it!

    Recipe #104233

    Found this on Recipelink from Mary Jo in Minneapolis. She writes: I copied this recipe down when I saw it. As I remember, it is from a chef at PF Changs restaurant for a news show.

    Recipe #429496

    Recipe #409909

    A yummy twist on banana bread... I also use this recipe to make muffins, just bake for the amount of time suggested on the banana bread mix box. If I make bread, I rarely make the glaze because it doesn't really need it and the bread is very moist. If making muffins, those tend to be less moist, so I will drizzle the glaze on.

    Recipe #73600

    Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, Show: Sandra's Money Saving Meals, Episode: Hawaiian Vacation

    Recipe #419103

    This turkey turns out very moist with a wonderful gravy.

    Recipe #108697

    My husband came up with this recipe, and it is one of the best things I have ever eaten. I can eat leftovers of this every day, and I hate leftovers. And it's so easy, it's silly.

    Recipe #404181

    This came from a book called Great Recipes Collection--Chicken Dinners. I made this with cubed chicken instead of turkey. When I first tasted it, I thought it was too tomato-y, but it grows on you!! I omitted the beer because I didn't have any. I'd like to know if anyone likes it with the beer.

    Recipe #104523

    My mom makes this every year for our Christmas party, and everyone loves it. I have made it for several of my own parties and it gets rave reviews! I like to split the recipe and do half with alcohol and half without. I use food coloring to color one of them pink so people can tell the difference. This recipe makes 4 quarts of frozen slush, so make sure you have containers large enough to hold it all in the freezer.

    Recipe #103575

    I have not made these yet, I'm just posting the recipe for safekeeping!

    Recipe #106174

    A recipe from the bottle of Pallini Limoncello

    Recipe #278897

    This recipe is from the Quick and Healthy Vol II book by Brenda Ponichtera. I added half a can of corn and sprinkled extra chopped green onion on them before I put the cheese on. I also tend to use more cheese than called for :-) This recipe makes great appetizers or a light meal.

    Recipe #420520

    Start this project at least the day before you need them, and set aside at least a few hours for rolling and dipping. You will need a package of 50 paper sucker sticks and a styrofoam block. If you need to add more melted candy to your bowl, do not put un-melted candy in with the melted candy and re-heat it, it will overcook the candy. Rather, melt the new candy and then pour it into the already melted candy.

    Recipe #460761

    I grew up knowing these as "Sloppy Joes". When I wanted to make sloppy joes myself and bought a packet of sloppy joe seasoning, it did not taste like I remembered it! I asked my mom what I had done wrong, and she told me this was the recipe that she used for Sloppy Joes. I have not tried this yet myself, but I remember liking them as a kid.

    Recipe #104800

    Simple Sloppy Joes

    Recipe #423715

    This is my adaptation of a recipe from the Busy People's Low-Fat Cookbook by Dawn Hall. She uses ground meatless in hers, fat-free cheeses and Healthy Choice Super Chunky Mushroom pasta sauce. I like to use two 8x8 inch pans and put one in the freezer.

    Recipe #351085

    You could probably make this with chocolate flavored protein powder instead of using vanilla powder and cocoa. I drink this for breakfast.

    Recipe #131650

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