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    These delicious cookies are triangular-shaped just like candy corn. And they are colored like candy corn, too: white, chocolate and orange. You'll be proud to serve these cookies which will delight your guests! They are appropriate all autumn long. Recipe from Betty Crocker. Note that chillling time is not included in the timing. i

    Recipe #401295

    A yummy sloppy meat sandwich made spicy with salsa and hearty with cheese.

    Recipe #401074

    Each sandwich is filled with an entire chicken breast. No one will leave the table hungry! The recipes directs you to broil the sanwiches. But I prefer to bake them the way the Barefoot Contessa does, so I have included her directions. Baking them makes the breasts so very moist and luscious! However broiling does take less time -- 10 to 12 minutes total. Either way, you will enjoy these sandwiches.

    Recipe #401072

    Last year my friend discovered a dressing by this name at our local discount store. I missed out on getting some. This recipe is my attempt to recreate this dressing. This dressing is lovely with cauliflowerets. The color really shows up and the taste is complimentary. It would also be a Christmasy contrast with broccoli florets.

    Recipe #401037

    Here's a quick and easy way to have your turkey whenever you want it. With this recipe you can even have turkey in the middle of summer should you so desire. Why, you could even have it on Thanksgiving Day!

    Recipe #400733

    These yummy brownies are the color of candy corn with layers of orange, yellow and brown. On Halloween, you can decorate the brownie squares with a partial spider web and serve on a platter on which a few plastic spiders reside. Orange candy melts for the spiderwebs are available in stores selling party and cake decorating supplies. They are also called candy wafers. Other times you can decorate as you like. These are appropriate all autumn long. Recipe comes from Woman's Day. Note that preparation time includes chilling time

    Recipe #400616

    Here's how to please chocolate lovers and pecan pie lovers with one scrumptious bar. These are the creation of Camilla V. Saulsbury and appeared in her book: Brownie Mix Bliss. These bars have a bottom of chewy chocolate brownie topped with the familiar brown sugar pecan goodness of pecan pie. The author prefers a cakey brownie to contrast with the pecan filling which is why she calls for the three eggs in the brownie batter. But if you want a fudgy brownie, reduce the eggs to 2. Do give these a try!

    Recipe #400545

    Many years ago, I came across a recipe for Chocolate Carmelitas. But I did not copy it. When I asked if anyone knew about them, the answer I got was there is chocolate in the regular carmelita recipe (the chips). But the recipe I saw was more chocolatey than that. Now at last I have come across a very chocolatey carmelita and it's an easy one, too. This may not be the same recipe, but it is a very good one. It starts with a box of brownie mix and with a few ingredients becomes a streusel-layered cookie that you can enjoy with a glass of cold milk. Cheers! The recipe comes from the book Brownie Mix Bliss by Camilla V. Saulsbury.

    Recipe #400544

    This is not your mother's Chicken Spaghetti. This version is a heated with chile peppers and made smooth and cheesy with Velveeta. It goes together quickly and easily and serves a large number of people. Remember this recipe when you want to entertain informally. And don't hesitate to use leftover turkey instead of the chicken!

    Recipe #400500

    This is a flavorful make-ahead salad which can also double as antipasto if you serve it with toothpicks. Serve the salad with a slotted spoon. This is very easy to put together yet is a crowd-pleaser. Notice that you make this the day before to allow flavors to marry.

    Recipe #400318

    Here is another flavor variation of spiced tea. This one comes from Goose-berry Patch and is delightful to drink. You can use sugar sugar substitute to cut down the calories. This would make a very welcome little gift for neighbors and/or friends.

    Recipe #400317

    I haven't made this yet but it sounds yummy to me. Recipe comes from The old Farmer's Almanac. It was submitted by Mrs. Henrietta McClellan. I'm thinking that cream of shrimp soup might be a good substitute for the cream of mushroom soup. At the holiday season this would be pretty made with red and green bell pepper. This casserole is also good topped with grated asiago or longhorn cheese.

    Recipe #400126

    Here's a different cookie for your cookie tray -- and a very pretty one, at that. Spirals of flaky puff pastry dough are highlighted with chunks of beautiful candied fruit. Use the mixed candied fruit for fruitcakes to give the most color. These cookies require a bit of work, but are not really hard to make. And the results will sparkle on your cookie tray. Chilling and thawing times are not included in the preparation time. Recipe is from the book The Christmas Table by Diane Morgan.

    Recipe #399669

    I have this thing about canned condensed milk. Every time I look at the number of calories in the can, I just balk at using it. But I do love Key Lime Pie in spite of the fact that most recipes use the condensed milk. So I was delighted to find a recipe for this favorite without the condensed milk. It may end up having the same number of calories, but I will just feel better knowing I avoided the high-calorie milk. I have not yet tried this recipe; I am saving it for a special occasion. Note that preparation time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #399587

    A yummy little dessert, just right for this time of year. You'll enjoy the looks, the taste, and the ease of preparation of this dish. I don't remember where I got this recipe.

    Recipe #399525

    A yummy, hearty dish that everyone will like. And it's not that difficult to make. This sounds to me like something my mother or grandmother would have made. I can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #399522

    True to its name this is a very easy carrot salad flavored with sesame oil. I found the recipe at justbento.com The salad stays fresh and crunchy even to the next day after making. In fact, the flavor mellows if you let it rest awhile.

    Recipe #398603

    If you have a mug that will hold 1-1/2 cups, you can make this delicious ginger- bread cake mix for a gift for someone special -- or for yourself -- to celebrate the upcoming season. Make up the cake mix and enclose it in a sandwich-size ziplock bag. Place the sealed bag in a mug and present it with the following directions.

    Recipe #397647

    Save this recipe for when cherries are in season. It is a very nice, refreshing fruit cup to serve along with your meal. Cherry pitter gadgets are available from kitchen stores. This recipe was broadcast by home economist Jeanne Rohrer over the radio in Pinetop, Arizona.

    Recipe #390524

    Save this recipe for when cherries are in season. It is a very nice, refreshing fruit cup to serve along with your meal. Cherry pitter gadgets are available from kitchen stores. This recipe was broadcast over the radio in Pinetop, Arizona.

    Recipe #390523

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