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    This is a wonderful way to use your Easter leftovers! Your hard-cooked eggs and ham go into a luscious white sauce which is spooned over a piece of your favorite cornbread, be it homemade or prepared from a mix. This is a good brunch dish or company breakfast dish but would be equally good at lunch or suppertime. Talk about versatility! The timing of this dish is considerably less than indicated since there is a time overlap: you are making the creamed eggs and ham while the cornbread is baking.

    Recipe #417244

    This sounded like a really pretty, really appropriate salad for Easter. After all, what could represent Easter more than gum drops? (I know what you're thinking,but I say it's a tie!) This could be a real conversation piece on your buffet table, and you know the kids will delight in it! Recipe was submitted by Starshineeliz on TOH. If you want to use large marshmallows in this salad, be sure to quarter them!

    Recipe #417239

    This tuna casserole will tempt you! It's not your mother's tuna casserole; it's a spiffed up version that is sure to please. Give this a try when you have a taste for tuna! You'll be glad you did when you taste this easy and delicious dish.

    Recipe #415315

    An extremely easy recipe you can throw together and serve with satisfaction. Your family or guests will not guess how fast it was made. They will just enjoy it! Be sure to choose puddings of contrasting colors such as chocolate and vanilla, or light and dark chocolate, etc. And be sure to note the variation at the bottom of the recipe. Even faster and equally good, plus no oven needed!

    Recipe #415314

    Our newspaper printed this recipe, and I decided to try it as I am interested in using couscous. Well, this is a great salad (as what fruit salad is not?). Think about this salad during the next holiday season and make yourself up some turkey broth from the otherwise unused turkey bones. Then try this salad; it is light and refreshing after all that heavy food.

    Recipe #415313

    This is one of those "throw and go" recipes. Just 4 simple ingredients go into the crockpot (plus seasonings) and at the end of the cooking time, delicious smells and tastes await you.

    Recipe #415312

    Do you have leftover angel's food cake that is starting to get stale. Here's an unusual but delicious thing to do with it: pan-fry it in your skillet. Sound unlikely? Try it. The buttery crust that develops on the cake is heavenly. I used a chocolate angel's food from the bakery when I first made this and I didn't think it could be improved upon. Then I thought about giving the slices other toppings: ice cream, whipped cream or Cool Whip, fruit salsa, strawberries and cream for an unusual strawberry shortcake -- the possibilities seem endless. This recipe is a keeper! It came from BH&G.

    Recipe #415311

    Here's a delicious twist on good old tuna casserole. The tomatoes freshen up this favorite and lighten it while the cheese adds its own goodness. It's easy to put this together which makes it a good weeknight meal choice. Additional tuna may be added, if desired.

    Recipe #415254

    For this recipe you will need roasted vegetable broth. I have published one such recipe (recipe#415106). With this broth plus more vegetables that this recipe calls for, you will have a very healthy, very delicious hot weather soup. However you can use regular vegetable broth such as is available in the supermarket if you wish. Gazpachos may be blended smooth as this one is, or chunky with chopped vegetables. You may wish to reserve some of the roasted veggies to add and give texture to the soup. Gazpachos also have a picante taste. You may wish to "doctor" this soup up to meet your expectations. This soup is so tasty because roasting brings out the best in veggies. Enjoy!

    Recipe #415252

    The brownies that sport this absolutely yummy Peanut Butter Streusel can be either homemade or from a mix; you get to choose your favorite way of making them. Then you just sprinkle this mixture over the batter and wait while it's baking for the first bite. I believe I separated this recipe out from a longer one which included the batter. That's because I'm not one to mix up the batter when I can just open a box. Besides, America's Test Kitchen just printed an article about creating as delicious a fudgy brownie from scratch as you can get from a box. I admit, I do feel vindicated!

    Recipe #415249

    Roasting brings out the delicious flavors of vegetables in a way that other methods of cooking fail to do. So this vegetable broth is extra flavorful and delicious. Definitely worth the time it takes to make! You might want to add some red pepper flakes to the vegetables, also.

    Recipe #415106

    Chocolate Pecan Pie in a cookie format. "What's not to like?" as Ina Garten always aasks. These yummy squares will be a hit whenever you serve them. I like to slip them in at Thanksgiving when Pecan Pie is always traditional anyway. The chocolate gets 'em every time!

    Recipe #415105

    I like things easy so the name of this recipe appealed to me. The recipe comes from Campbells and calls for their Cream of Shrimp Soup which can be difficult to find. I can usually find it at the Wal-Mart stores with groceries, however. Wherever you do come across it, keep this recipe in mind. It really IS easy and tasty, too.

    Recipe #413914

    I received this wonderful snack from a neighbor this Christmas, but actually it would be just as wonderful any time of year! Caramel goodness and plenty of nuts is what makes this "to die for."

    Recipe #412891

    I received this very pretty treat from my neighbor at Christmas. Even though Christmas is past, I'm posting it anyway so it will be here for next Christmas! I had to hound Sally for this recipe, poor thing. I'm sure she must have ducked out of sight every time she saw me first! Three layers makes these different from the usual bark and the taste is delicious. Sally emphasizes that GOOD quality white chocolate is essential. She uses the kind found in box like baking chocolate although it is a bit hard to find. You can use the round peppermints or candy canes in this recipe; do not crush too fine.

    Recipe #412889

    I don't exactly know what makes this recipe rustic, but that is the name that came with it. The recipe comes from Real Simple magazine. I made this in the crockpot which made it even more simple. I used a 28-ounce can of crushed tomatoes which was the only size I could find. I also made up an envelope of pork gravy mix according to the package directions and added it to the crockpot with the tomatoes. This cut the tomatoey-ness of the ragu perfectly IMHO. I couldn't find pappardelle pasta so used farfalle noodles which worked very well. This is a delicous, yet easy to prepare meal that is full of meat and perfect for a winter meal.

    Recipe #412361

    This recipe comes from the book: "Make It Fast, Cook It Slow" by Stephanie O'Dea. It is a very tasty, not too hot chili that is just right for these cold winter days. I added little cubes (less than 1/2-inch) of 3 uncooked chicken breasts to this chili about half way through the cooking for a little more protein, as though it needs it. It didn't hurt one bit! The author says this is a soupy chili but I did not find it so. It has great flavor. She cautions that the beans sink while the corn floats. So you need to dig down to the bottom of the bowl to make sure you get beans in every bite.

    Recipe #409192

    This looks like a great salad for summer. I'm posting it here so I don't lose it between now and then! I copied this on the back of my checkbook from someplace -- I'm not sure where.

    Recipe #404941

    The declaration in the title is from Cook's Illustrated magazine, source of this recipe. Vanilla sugar cookies are fine for cut-out cookies, but I am a chocoholic and these cookies are for me! :) Note that regular unsweetened cocoa powder will work in this recipe and instant coffee powder will also work in a pinch. The dough may be wrapped tightly in plastic wrap and stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or in the freezer for up to 3 weeks, Defrost frozen dough in the fridge overnight, then let stand at room temperature about 30 minutes until firm yet malleable. Cookies can be stored in an airtight container up to 3 days. Dust or glaze them the day they are served.

    Recipe #403753

    This recipe is from the book "Hello, Cupcake!" by Karen Tack and Alan Richardson. You may have seen this pair on Paula Deen's cooking show. They did not merely frost their cupcakes, they decorated 3 of them to look like a Thanksgiving dinner: the turkey, the mashed potatoes and gravy, and the carrots and peas. They commented at the time that they always use buttermilk rather than the water called for on the box, to give their cupcakes a fresher, more homemade flavor. They also used more eggs than called for on the box to give the cupcakes a firmer structure that can stand up to more decorating without tearing. Cupcakes made this way may be made a day ahead as they stay moist if wrapped in plastic. They also suggested that you use cake mixes for cupcakes that do not have pudding in the mix and avoid lighter cake mixes (such as angel food) which would not hold up when decorated. Using these hints, they baked cupcakes that Paula Deen just raved over!!

    Recipe #401435

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