My favorite is lasagna, and spaghetti is up there on my list also. So naturally I've learned how to prepare both of these dishes. And then there's my sweet tooth... deserts! My favorite is marshmallow brownies. I've earned a lot of fame with these brownies. They're incredibly rich, and delicious. They're really simple to make too (heck, I can even make them). I'd bet that I could make a lot of money selling either the brownies, and/or the recipe. But being the kind-hearted guy I am, here's the recipe:
        Marshmallow Brownies

        12 oz. butterscotch chips (1 pkg)
        1 c. margarine (2 cubes)
        1 1/2 c. br. sugar
        4 eggs
        2 t. vanilla
        3 c. flour
        1 1/2 t. baking soda
        3/4 t. salt
        18 oz. chocolate chips (1 1/2 pkg.s)
        4 c. marshmallows (1 pkg. miniature)

        In saucepan melt butterscotch chips and margarine until each are just barely melted.
        Using hand mixer, mix in br. sugar, eggs, and vanilla. Continue mixing sprinklining in
        flour, soda, and salt. Fold in marshmallows and choc. chips
        Spread into pre-buttered 8"x8" and 9"x11" pans, and
        bake at 350 until toothpick test comes out clean; about 50+ minutes . Cool for 10 min.
        Great warm with vanilla ice cream. Dang good cold the
        next day.
        Higher altitude: reduce baking soda to 1 teaspoon, and raise baking temperature to 375.
This recipe is my mothers, and has allowed me to win over many stomachs. If you like the recipe, and want to help me have a little fun with my mother, send her a check for $5 and tell her "thanx for the marshmallow brownie recipe". She has no idea I've placed it out on the web. Here's her address:
Carole Abercrombie
710 E. 200 N.
Bountiful, UT 84010

        Homemade Reese's Peanut Butter Squares

        2 1/8 c. finely crushed graham crackers (1 pkg + 4 more crackers)
        1 c. butter (2 cubes)
        1 c. peanut butter
        3 1/2 c. powdered sugar
        12 oz. choc. chips

        Mix graham crackers, butter, and peanut butter with electric hand mixer.         Slowly add powdered sugar. Press into buttered pans, about 3/4 of an inch thick.         Melt choc. chips, spread on top.         NOTE: makes quite a bit, you might want to half the recipe.