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    1 Reviews |  By *Z*

    This pie recipe is from my Fannie Farmer cookbook. Cherry pie is normally made with sour cherries but I like sweet cherries better so, luckily for me, this recipe was in my book. Everyone who has tried it has liked it.

    Recipe #69342

    This is a little different than the other Swedish apple pies posted as it has raisins in it. I haven't made this yet. I have no idea if this is an authentic recipe or not.

    Recipe #143314

    1 Reviews |  By *Z*

    This is an adopted recipe. I will post any revisions after I make it.This dish is Movie Actress Susan Hayward's recipe, easy to prepare, tasty and hearty.

    Recipe #44755

    I got this recipe off of a package of ground pork. I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #159652

    Awsome flavor keeps this one in my most used recipes file. I love this for a main dish with larger chicken pieces or as a savory hot dip for tortilla chips, useing smaller chicken chunks, it's sure to please! We tend to punch it up with more green chiles or hotter yellow ones, depending on what mood we're in! It's also VERY easy to make!

    Recipe #88065

    This is my favorite quick side dish to make with ramen noodles. You can add more veggies depending on preference. My toddlers love this.

    Recipe #243119

    Growing up, this is what my mom was famous for at church. No matter the occasion, she was always asked to bring a dish of almond rice. It has a bit more salt and fat to it than newer recipes. It would easily adapt to crock pot cooking or vegetarian requirements.

    Recipe #244003

    Yet another one from Dave Liberman's Young and Hungry. I have not tried this. Dave says it is has the flavors of sushi but is easy to prepare at home. He suggests leaving the sandwiches open faced to show off the ingredients and not overwhelm things with the taste of bread. The photo in his cookbook is really pretty.

    Recipe #245612

    34 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This is strawberry-shortcake-mixed-together! Quite delicious, especially on a warm summer evening. It can also be made in a Bundt pan (very lightly sprayed with Pam) served with frozen strawberries (thawed) and cream.

    Recipe #25825

    This recipe comes from a friend of ours from the lake. We all really enjoyed this when we were served it this past weekend. I just had to have the recipe. Not sure of the name so I decided to give it this name. :)

    Recipe #246445

    Nice side dish served with Chicken or Pork Chops. Not sure of where I got the recipe. Found it in my notes on my desk.

    Recipe #198131

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    My favorite way to use my crock pot is to make shredded beef sandwiches and this one is delicious. Recipe source: Sunset (January 2006)

    Recipe #163720

    A lightly different twist to poultry stuffing.

    Recipe #21751

    This is an "oldie" from the Jell-o box years ago. Still a favorite & great in the summer. The combos are endless. Have fun & enjoy! Cook time includes chill time

    Recipe #24249

    The name speaks for itself--S'More! This is a Nestles recipe from an old calendar.

    Recipe #19797

    I got this recipe from my favorite magazine, "Country". It is so yummy, you just gotta try it!

    Recipe #174594

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Every year, on Israel's Independence Day, we all go off and have a barbeque in a public park together with friends and family. Every year, without fail, my Sushiman makes his Sick Salad. Sushiman is British, so sick means barf. And it really does look like barf. People rave about it, although I wouldn't know, I really can't bring myself to eat it, although that one time I did taste it (with my eyes closed), it was actually pretty tasty! At the request of a few brave souls in the Jewish forum, here it is, in all it's glorious, barfy splendor!

    Recipe #223492

    OK, Your cookie jar will be SO empty when you make these. Even better the day after. Very ADDICTIVE !!!!

    Recipe #63981

    I've had numerous requests for this method of cooking plain rice. I've never seen it anywhere else. It's been the only way I cook plain rice since I first tried it. And it's so simple to make! My pastor went nuts over it, wanting to know if he could get the recipe. He said it reminded him of the sticky rice that is served in many oriental restaurants. It's comes out steamed, rather than boiled. Cooking time includes soak time for the rice; rice cookers will vary in cooking time.

    Recipe #98367

    This is from Silvana Franco's book "Family" which I love. I made these for brunch yesterday and we loved them so much that we had them again today!

    Recipe #91563

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