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    I first heard of watermelon salad from a friend who spent some time in Australia. Watermelon salads were very popular there at the time and just about unknown here. Later, I found this very simple, but very yummy recipe and tried ir for myself. I hope you'll try it for yourself, too, if you already haven't. This salad is very refreshing ; the sweetness of the watermelon is offset by the tanginess of the arugula and the goat cheese.

    Recipe #481831

    This recipe is from "The Roasted Vegetable" by Andrea Chesman. Roasted vegetables are extra delicious because the sugars in the vegetables caramelize in the oven giving the vegetables sweetness and crunch. These beans are irresistable and may be served as a side dish, snack or hors d'oeuvre

    Recipe #480720

    This is a versatile recipe. With its totally green color (from the zucchini), you'll want to remember it on St. Patrick's Day. With its hint of sweetness, (from the honey), you'll want to serve it at breakfast. With its moistness (from the buttermilk and of course the zucchini) you'll enjoy slice after slice. And with its nip of heat (from the jalapenos) you'll want to make this over and over. The recipe comes from our local foodie, Jan D'Atri, who says the 2 jalapenos in the recipe are exactly the right amount. Nevertheless, you'll want to use your judgment!

    Recipe #480494

    This recipe is not found on the Food Network where Anne demonstrates her cooking skills, but in her new cookbook "Cook Like a Rock Star." I really like Anne's show(s). She is funny but she really gets her points across. This recipe sounds great to me, so I am putting it here for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #479175

    Another easy and delicious recipe from lovekisses99 who demonstrates making this recipe on Youtube.

    Recipe #478285

    A simple recipe, but so-o good! Make this and transfer it to your crockpot to keep warm. This is a really welcome soup on cold winter's nights. Don't forget some crusty bread or oyster crackers!

    Recipe #478283

    Campbell's featured this simple soup iin its ads a few years ago. It's fun to see what can be used to enhance the taco flavor.

    Recipe #478282

    At Easter dinner we all liked this simple-to-make hash brown casserole. . I liked that there were no half-cooked onions to suppy the wrong texture. Others liked the cheese flavor and the simple richness from the half-and-half. Note that the setting time required is not figured into the times below.

    Recipe #478004

    This is really a yummy casserole -- better than the now traditional one. So agreed all of us who ate this casserole on Easter Sunday. The nuts add wonderful crunch, the cheese a different flavor. All in all, a real taste treat.

    Recipe #478003

    This is a crunchy snack all pink and white and red, pretty as can be. Just right for St. Valentine's day, you'll notice. And it's a sweet snack, too. Sweets for your sweetie! The recipe comes from Betty Crocker. Note that cooling times are not included in the times below.

    Recipe #474010

    This salad was created by Bobby Flay who sees it as a fall salad. I think it would be terrific as a summer salad, too though you may have to substitute for the fresh figs. The combination of ingredients look outstanding and somewhat Mediterranean. Recipe appeared in People magazine.

    Recipe #473381

    This is an adaption of a Pampered Chef recipe that's great for the coming hot weather, says Ree. She says, "It's crazy, crazy good." It's similar to a taco salad (it's made with ground meat, cheese and tomatoes on top of lettuce) but the addition of pickles and buttery croutons give it a whole new life. This recipe appears on Ree's blog; I don't believe it has been on her television program yet.

    Recipe #473376

    Of course, you know Aunt Bee. She lives in Mayberry, USA, the aunt of Sheriff Andy Taylor and his son Opie. this recipe comes direct from a paperback collection of Aunt Bee's favorite recipes. This will be very refreshing when the weather starts to heat up! You may use either pink or white grapefruit, but you may want to add a little sweetening to the white grapefruit.

    Recipe #472038

    If you like honey mustard, this is your lucky day. Honey and mustard contribute their unique flavor to a savory dish of chicken thighs in a recipe that is simple to make. This dish is nice served with hot cooked couscous and a green salad. Recipe from Linda Larson at about.com.

    Recipe #471477

    This recipe starts with refrigerated sugar cookie dough so that half your work is done before you even start! How easy is that? You simply doctor the dough with some goodies and bake. What could be easier? The possibilities are endless if you think about it. I can envision adding cut-up dried apricots and slivered almonds. Or maybe hazelnuts and chocolate chips. What can you envision. Robin Miller is a host on the Food Network.

    Recipe #471475

    You make this simple recipe for a beautiful glazed ham in your slow-cooker. Wonderful flavor in the sauce and the crockpot keeps the ham moist. (One responder declared this to be her go-to recipe for ham from now on!) This gives you time to enjoy your company and prepare the rest of the meal. Recipe is from Linda Larson of about.com.

    Recipe #471298

    Here's a super-easy recipe featuring almost everybody's favorite: honey mustard. This makes a flavorful sauce in which the chicken cooks (one responder called it a flavor explosion with each bite!), and it keeps the chicken moist, too. This dish is good served over rice or pasta.

    Recipe #471296

    This was given on the web as the simplest chicken recipe there is and perhaps the easiest as well. As if that isn't enough, you can change the flavoring every time you make it so you'll never get tired of it, either. For example, you may substitute a combination of herbs for the single herb in the ingredients. Also check the variations for other flavorings. In the comments following this recipe some responders criticized the name of this recipe as being gross, citing the "chicken parts." If you come up with a better name, I hope you'll share it with the rest of us!

    Recipe #471295

    Brown up a batch of ground beef, then throw everything into the Crockpot! That's how easy this soup is. Imagine coming home to a hot and delicious soup after a cold day outdoors. Mmmm. Recipe from TOH.

    Recipe #471278

    This chicken is go-o-od! You won't have to worry about leftovers if you prepare this dish. I found this recipe on the TOH website.

    Recipe #470597

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