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When Food Sharing Network contributor Rose Ellen Lorber-Termaat decided to cook exactly what her heart desired the results included three true taste treats: Greek Lemon Chicken with Celery and Potatoes, Old-Fashioned Cheesy, Crunchy Mac and Cheese Casserole, and her Cookie Exchange Winner, Chocolate Crackle Cookies.

Pierogi with Carrots and ...

It doesn’t take a village to make this simple pierogi dinner, but having Food Sharing Network’s photo editor, Chris Mathieu, pitch in always adds to the pleasure of cooking. Try this unusual recipe for cheese pierogi with carrots and escarole for an easy tasty meal.

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef

It was a matter of the right place at the wrong time. I had a craving for a barbecue, but with sub-freezing temperatures and some snow left on the ground cooking outside just wasn’t going to happen.

Jersey Bites: Potato, Beef and Eggplant Casserole

Most foodies crave truly delicious fresh vegetables, especially since they can be tough to find. Imagine Kathy’s delight when fresh produce from Chickadee Creek Farm’s stand at Denville Farmers’ Market in New Jersey included outstanding ingredients that resulted in more than one delicious meal. The eggplant, most notable for its mild, mellow taste, was the star of the selection.

Melt-in-Your-Mouth Marinated Grilled Tuna

Previous to this month, I was under the impression that I had been served some pretty good grilled fresh tuna. So I thought until Food Sharing Network guest contributor Margaret C. Bridge invited us to her vacation home and showed us how this delectable dish should be done.

Baby William’s Potato Salad

Homemade potato salad can be a real treat. My fairly classic version even has sentimental value.

Positively Luscious Salmon with Anchovy-Garlic But...

Although I am usually an equal opportunity eater, I don’t like the look of canned anchovy filets. Get those guppies away from me! Surprisingly, they are among the ingredients in more than one recipe that I think is smashing.

So when Food Sharing Network Photo Editor Chris Mathieu (who will tell you that he doesn’t know how to cook) offered to make a New York Times recipe that included anchovies, I was thrilled.

Crowdpleaser: Old-Fashioned Sour Cream Crumb Cake

With company on the way, I wanted to make a coffee cake that would truly be a treat. In my opinion, too many crumb cakes are too sweet and not moist and favorable.