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    2 Reviews |  By swissms

    Adapted from Food Network, Guy's Big Bite, Guy Fieri.

    Recipe #406512

    Top with a toasted marshmallow or two. Also check out Recipe #406504

    Recipe #406505

    2 Reviews |  By swissms

    From Cook's Country magazine, Oct/Nov 2009

    Recipe #406481

    Published in Bon Appetit, July 1994. The original recipe calls for two 4-pound chickens, each cut into 6 pieces. We prefer to use boneless, skinless chicken breasts. The sauce would also be good on a pork tenderloin.

    Recipe #406472

    From the Rose Room at the Sheraton Tacoma Hotel. Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992.

    Recipe #406463

    2 Reviews |  By swissms

    Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992. From the Lightship Restaurant in Long Beach, Washington. Made with fresh cranberries and apples. If you plan on serving more than 4-6 cranberry margaritas during the upcoming week, just double or triple the cranberry-apple puree and keep it on hand (it keeps for up to one week; just cover and chill).

    Recipe #406460

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    This recipe is different from the other recipes posted in that it calls for heavy cream. Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992. These buns are easy to make, no kneading.

    Recipe #406459

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    Light and tender biscuits. The key is to sift the the dry ingredients FOUR times. The dough should be manageable but sticky; a wetter dough makes a lighter biscuit.

    Recipe #406454

    Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992. This recipe is for baking the stuffing separately. It also can be used to stuff a 12- to 14-pound turkey with the changes noted next to the ingredients.

    Recipe #406453

    Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992. Serve on pies, cake, fruit salad, hot chocolate or coffee.

    Recipe #406451

    I have not tried this recipe; posted for safe-keeping. Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992. Use to frost a chocolate layer cake or cupcakes.

    Recipe #406450

    Published in Gourmet magazine, November 1992

    Recipe #406443

    2 Reviews |  By swissms

    I made so many changes to a recipe that I previously posted (recipe #363866) that I am posting my adapted recipe.

    Recipe #406263

    4 Reviews |  By swissms

    A healthy breakfast smoothie naturally sweetened by the date and banana.

    Recipe #406190

    In the South, some like to stir together peanut butter and maple syrup in a bowl and eat it with a spoon. This recipe combines those flavors into a peanut butter cake with a maple frosting.

    Recipe #405971

    2 Reviews |  By swissms

    Moist peanut butter cake combined with marshmallow frosting. The flavor is reminiscent of the kid favorite, fluffernutter sandwiches. If you really love peanut butter, spread some melted peanut butter on the cake layers before frosting the layers with the marshmallow frosting.

    Recipe #405010

    I haven't tried this recipe. Posted for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #404978

    A lovely combination of clove and lemon. These cookies are perfect for the holidays.

    Recipe #404975

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    We enjoy this during Thanksgiving and Christmas. Traditionally this is made with cherry Jell-O, however, to be a bit healthier I now make it with "no sugar added" fruit juice. Feel free to substitute cherry gelatin and water (made to package directions) in place of the unflavored gelatin and fruit juice. While many enjoy the addition of pecans, I omit due to personal preference. If you have young children, I recommend peeling the apple. If using an unpeeled apple, use a red apple for the best color.

    Recipe #401544

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