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    My friend Renee shared this recipe at a recent Graduation party. You'll make it You'll love it Everyone will want the secret recipe You'll learn to hide some for later, because it will disappear fast!

    Recipe #481616

    Found this many years ago from Nestles. The easiest hot fudge sauce ever! and a recipe makes 4 cups, so you can have a sundae bar & keep a jar on hand in the fridge! Microwave some whenever the hot fudge urge hits.

    Recipe #430315

    I found this recipe years ago, and it got rave reviews, but I lost it and have looked for it ever since. Only 3 ingredients, VERY simple, and it generously frosts a 13 X 9 pan of brownies or Cake. Works best when slightly warm. I usually use it on brownies, (but usually have a little left for on top of ice cream)....Feel free to experiment....You can use semi sweet, dark, or milk chocolate, and you can garnish the top with nuts etc, but move quickly before it sets up all the way and your garnish won't "stick". Onr try and you will be hooked on the simplicity and the great flavor!

    Recipe #415723

    My husband lived on a street where a neighborhood chef would create dishes, then call the neighbors at all hours. They would stumble over in PJs and tast the latest creation. Then he would throw them all out and go to bed. He was famous for this chicken recipe. I found stuffed it in a cookbook, got the story, tried the dish, got the rave reviews, and am sharing because a relative said "FINALLY, a new Chicken recipe!" Don't be afraid to make this for the family dinner for a trial. Great served with steamed rice and roasted brocolli. If you make chafing pans of this, double the recipe here. You can wing the rest to accomodate any size crowd. The muenster holds up well, and if you are not a mushroom fan, just leave them out!

    Recipe #409317

    A great way to get anyone to eat Kale! Addictive and unusual, and just.... really good! I saw this tip in a womens magazine, and the description as "addictive" persuaded me to try it. Kale be addictive? COME ON! We made a batch and when it was gone in 10 minutes, I knew it was a hit. Just try it!

    Recipe #390961


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