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    Very decadent bars - perfect for a Christmas cookie swap.

    Recipe #343804

    So pretty and patriotic, and its a great light dessert for a hot summer party. A must-have on Independence Day!

    Recipe #343793

    My favorite of all my Grandma's Christmas cookies.

    Recipe #343790

    Great anytime but always on our Christmas cookie plate.

    Recipe #343768

    Another Christmas favorite. Prep time does not include chilling.

    Recipe #343730

    One of many cookie recipes that my Grandma bakes at Christmastime. So simple and delicious.

    Recipe #343135

    This is a really easy and yummy way to get your greens. I like to scoop it onto toasted, buttered ciabatta bread. To make it extra decadent, put servings into individual serving dishes, top with Gruyere and/or Parmesan cheese, and broil until browned on top.

    Recipe #340859

    This is a variation of Giada De Laurentiis' recipe for spinach in her first cookbook. Her family makes it for holidays, but I like all the time. The original recipe calls for fresh spinach, but I use frozen. I love scooping some onto buttered, toasted ciabatta bread. YUM!

    Recipe #339885

    Also called, "Le gratin des Terres Froides aux saucisses de kaion," from Brigitte Tilleray's, The Frenchwoman's Kitchen. This recipe originates from Savoy in the southeast of France. Perfect with a green salad and a glass of the wine used in the recipe.

    Recipe #327113

    Another great recipe from italianfoodforever.com that I've adapted. This soup-from-scratch recipe requires a bit of chopping, but the end result is SO worth it. Be sure to include the toasted baguette, as it really makes the dish. Then all you need is a green salad and some good wine.

    Recipe #301286

    Easy, healthy, and FAST. This is a great weeknight dinner adapted from Woman's Day magazine, although its elegant enough for a dinner party. Just make sure to do your prep work ahead of time, since this comes together quickly. Great served with peas/onions side dish.

    Recipe #301002

    This was a huge hit at my sister's wedding brunch, even without alcohol (although champagne or vodka could easily be added). A great recipe from Taste of Home that couldn't be easier.

    Recipe #296836

    A Johnsonville recipe that we served this at my sister's wedding brunch, this is a great breakfast prepared the night before. Especially good for morning entertaining. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration. Cooking time includes sausage cooking.

    Recipe #296832

    My brother-in-law's recipe that tastes like it has butter, but doesn't. Yea! He served this on St. Paddy's Day with corned beef and cabbage, but it could go with literally anything. Great side dish!

    Recipe #295737

    For those nights when you can't be troubled to make something difficult, this is a great meal. Use your favorite marinara, your favorite sausage, and your favorite pasta. I've served this over Trader Joe's pappardelle egg noodles (dried) and their spinach-ricotta ravioli (fresh).

    Recipe #291108

    From italianfoodforever.com (adapted by me), the true name of this dish is "Pollo alla Scarpariello." This translates to "shoemaker's" style chicken, which consists of golden brown pieces of roasted chicken topped with a lemon sauce. This is one of my absolute favorite dishes, especially when paired with roasted garlic-rosemary potatoes. I wouldn't recommend this for a dinner party, unless you do ALL of the prep work ahead of time.

    Recipe #290796

    Crispy roasted potatoes from italianfoodforever.com (adapted by me), this is SO easy and so delicious with any entree. If you can't find baby potatoes, the author suggests cutting large potatoes into 2-inch pieces. I use Yukon Gold Petite potatoes (whole and small), and they are fabulous.

    Recipe #290764

    This is my version of Charmie777's Pork Au Poivre. I loved the recipe, but I made a couple adjustments to suit it to my taste. Thought I'd make it public in case anyone else wanted it.

    Recipe #288305

    I use Costco's brand (Santarelli's) to make this recipe. The box has 96 oz. split into two bags. I use about half a bag (24 oz). Whatever brand you buy, just make sure the pierogies have a thick pasta shell. If they're too thin, they can tear during the pan-frying. Also, it's good to use a soft spatula (one that can withstand high heat) to turn the pierogies over.

    Recipe #288114

    It ain't the real deal, but its pretty darn tasty in a pinch. This is easy freezer stuff to always have on hand.

    Recipe #288110

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