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    This is a yummy breakfast or brunch bread. Printed in my local newspaper last year.

    Recipe #75436

    From Everyday Food. Slow cooking the squash brings out wonderful flavor. Should the squash begin to brown during cooking, lower the heat and add more water (just a bit).

    Recipe #252727

    2 Reviews |  By ~Bekah~

    Light salad for the hot summer. From my local newspaper.

    Recipe #68640

    Very delicious light soup

    Recipe #252440

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This is comfort food at its finest. Light and oh so flavorful! Don't let the length of this fool you - it's easy and worth the effort.

    Recipe #113972

    Recipe #51034

    After searching the internet for a trifle that resembled a S'more, I decided it was really easy to just come up with one myself! It got rave reviews at our office luncheon!

    Recipe #91761

    Great chili for a cold night.

    Recipe #182447

    7 Reviews |  By Ducky

    Had this at a potluck picnic and it was wonderful. I sought out the woman who made it and got the recipe. The secret is to drain it before serving so it isn't swimming in dressing. Serve with tortilla chips. I use cider vinegar but feel free to use white, red, raspberry or any other flavor of your choice. Can sizes are given for the current commonly available sizes in the US. Adjust ingredients for your taste. Times do not include marinate or draining time.

    Recipe #95466

    A cooking instructor in my 9th grade home ec taught me how to make this, its very simple. I believe its best using a bunt pan, but not those ones with the designs. You can use a box of Angel food cake mix found usually in most stores or any favorite recipe you might have. Usually the only thing you have to add to Angel food Cake Mix is water, but it varies by brand. Included here is ONLY the recipe for the filling and directions on how to fill it. Feel free to substitute with any other fruit, like bananas or blueberries. I suggest looking up alton browns angel food cake recipe for some great tips for angel food cake. Bringing this to an event, but want to try it now? No problem! Save the insides you pull out of the cake and make yourself a trifle, alternating layers of cake, cream and berries in a large glass or small bowl. (You can also do this is disaster strikes with your angel food cake)

    Recipe #193212

    This is from Everyday Food. I made it and we just loved it. It's simple, made with ingredients I usually have on hand and delicious. Great way to use up the bounty of zucchini everyone seems to have in the summer.

    Recipe #161779

    I am sooo excited to have this recipe! This is a sweeter meat, and it comes from a wonderful Tex-Mex restaurant in Utah, and this pork is to DIE for. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #195519

    I never make this recipe without thinking of picking green beans on my Uncle's Farm. I think I ate more raw green beans than I put in the basket. This is my favorite pickled bean recipe. My daughter always called them "squeaky beans." When you bite them they squeak! NO KIDDING!!!!!!

    Recipe #120257

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