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    My friend Annette brought this to a theatre potluck and I had to get the recipe. Better than the typical cornbread casserole, I have taken it to numerous potlucks and gatherings, and am always asked for the recipe. My family loves this. Although not a sweet cake, per se, it does make one feel that you've had a treat.

    Recipe #504453

    Mama made these for decades when she was a working mother (back in the day when most mamas didn't work). These are EASY, so moist, and so good. And because you make up a big batch and they can be kept in the refrigerator and made just a few at a time, they are a life saver for busy cooks because they can be made ahead and baked as needed. I make up a batch and my kids can scoop one or two into a tin and pop it in the oven in the morning for their own hot and hearty breakfast.

    Recipe #504452

    "This is the best and easiest rice pudding recipe I have tried. This recipe can also be cut in half. It is creamy, delicious, and doesn't take anything but a periodic stir of the pot. It makes a huge amount and actually feeds more than 18 if you only serve 1/2 cup servings. But everyone that has tried it wants more. My family thinks it's "Da Bomb" - even my son who refuses raisins eats every morsel."

    Recipe #501666

    Took the basic technique from Cook's Illustrated to make the cheaper cut of beef more tender, but added a couple of twists. This is great served medium-rare. For those who prefer it more done, the ends should be more to medium. I serve with creamy horseradish. Slice it thin and it's as tender as tenderloin.

    Recipe #466571

    A friend gave me this recipe after making them with my daughter for a church function. The best sugar cookies I have ever eaten and easy to make! These are a fluffy and somewhat chewy recipe that is good in high altitude.

    Recipe #459146

    When I know I won't have time to spend in the kitchen at the end of the day, I use my crock pot to do the work for me. Although it takes some time to shred the pork and then put it into the oven, it's so easy and well worth it. It's not a lot of fuss and my family thinks this is heaven. As my children called it, "Killer" and "Stupid good!"

    Recipe #459145

    My family (elderly parents included) were too busy eating and "mmmm-ing" and "oooo-ing" to initially comment. When they finally finished, each of them declared that this was the best salad they had ever eaten. Truly a texture delight, it is also a perfect blend of sweet, sour, crunchy, smooth and all around delicious. The dressing is sweet, so you don't want to "over dress" your salad. You may change this salad by exchanging mandarin oranges, blueberries, craisins, or other fruit of choice for the strawberries, Although I prefer almonds or pecans, you can use walnuts or sunflower seeds. And substituting good goat cheese for the bleu cheese is also another variation. No substitution has ever been bad in my estimation.

    Recipe #457753

    This recipe was handed down from my grandmother who's father came from Denmark. The story goes that it was her father that taught her how to make these since her mother died when she was quite young. It makes lovely, fluffy, apple puffs of goodness. You may use a small piece of apple rather than applesauce, but my grandmother always preferred her own homemade cinnamony applesauce.

    Recipe #452928

    Country-style pork ribs are about the cheapest meat available on a regular basis in the store. Due to this, my family eats them fairly regularly. Although we like barbecued country-style pork ribs, we needed a change. This recipe is a compilation of what I liked best from different recipes and put them together to make my own. My 10-year old son deemed “the best ever!” Hope you like this change from the ordinary.

    Recipe #450619

    More than just cranberry sauce and ketchup, this recipe is more complex with a heartier flavor. I'm always asked for this recipe! Although they are made on the stovetop, they can be kept warm in a crockpot and served from it.

    Recipe #448920

    Served warm with crackers, bread, veggies or chips, this versatile dip is one I picked up at an office party. Have the recipe ready - people will ask! This is best from the oven, but a microwave at an office or someone else's home for just a few minutes is also excellent.

    Recipe #448875

    A delightful shrimp cream puff. My mom came up with this one. The recipe is for a very good pate a choux and the stuffing.

    Recipe #448874

    Every holiday or family gathering these are a must for my family and friends. Even my husband's family, who don't like mushrooms can't get enough of the stuffing. Although it's a great appetizer, I love the stuffing on grilled Portobellos. I do prefer more garlic, but for gatherings, I limit myself. Either way, this a keeper.

    Recipe #448873

    Cranberry sauce with a little spice and everything nice. Most of my family doesn't usually like cranberry sauce, but this one is always eaten - and on more than just turkey.

    Recipe #443025

    The amounts for the rub make enough for 4 racks of ribs, but I use only as much as I need for ribs and use the rest on pork chops or chicken to be grilled. This is a bunch of recipes combined and tweaked over time. I use the same method of cooking as Cook's Illustrated, but have combined a rub and sauce that allow for great flavor and a sticky, without being too sweet, rub and sauce.

    Recipe #437320

    This is not just zucchini bread with some cocoa added to make you think this is a chocolate cake. It's a wonderful moist, heavy-on-the-chocolate delicious cake. Truly, no one will ever know that there is zucchini in this recipe. And even my teenage daughter pronounced this recipe "a cinch to make."

    Recipe #435180

    This recipe I adapted from a stuffed mushroom and another stuffed zucchini recipe. It's a great way to use those extra large zucchini that somehow appear in the garden overnight. This is not low fat, but it is totally delicious.

    Recipe #434960

    This has to be the easiest Reese's-type bar around. I always have these ingredients in my pantry so they don't require any planning ahead. And best of all they don't require baking. Especially a great treat on hot summer days when you want something sweet but don't want to heat up the house. I've also given these as holiday gifts and friends always ask for the recipe. They also make a big pan (jelly roll size) so they are great for pot lucks as well.

    Recipe #432985

    This glaze came about when the ham my friend bought for Easter dinner didn't have the typical glaze packet included. Together we hit on this concoction that everyone at dinner thought was yummy! We wanted to make enough glaze that we could serve it at the table for individual slices - this way, the person who gets the end of the ham doesn't get all of the glaze and if you get a regular slice you only get a little on the outside. Everyone is able to have glaze with their ham.

    Recipe #419115

    Using a spiral-cut ham and adding this glaze makes for a delicious ham with a wonderfully aromatic, sweet, glaze. Using the water bath to raise the ham temperature before you begin cooking and then using an oven bag to cook the ham (techniques borrowed from Cook's Illustrated) guarantees that every slice is moist and delicious.

    Recipe #366252

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