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    HER RECIPES THAT I LIKE TO DO! I am an avid cook and baker. I have a Farmers Market stand where I sell breads and sweets. I am really enjouing my stand, as I get to make all kinds of breads, although the sweets are the big attraction! I am married to theworlds most wonderful man, have an aan amazingly brilliant child (of course I would say that!). In short, I am a verry happy, cheerful woman. Baking bread is my passion, but I love to cook anything.
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    Light, quick and healthy! I do not believe in low fat cheese, way too much sodium, but of course you can sub. it if you like.

    Recipe #492965

    My Grandma made this whenever my Dad and sister came to visit. My mom and I were not fans, so the three of them were in heaven, not having to share!

    Recipe #504394

    A fun job for for children. Credit to mickeydowunder@http://whatsonthelist.worldpress.com

    Recipe #493870

    Will help with seasonal allergies, chronic runny nose, and hay fever.

    Recipe #504953

    Contains no additives that create sickness, constipation or diahrrea

    Recipe #504955

    I found this on the web. Posting here for safekeeping, it sounds so delicious!

    Recipe #490787

    This is one of my favorite dishes! The first time I had this was in Biloxi, Ms. My Mouth still waters just thinking about it!

    Recipe #503647

    "This light and spicy tomato crab bisque is one of my all-time favorite emergency recipes. It's easy to shop for, requires very little effort, and only takes about 10 to 15 minutes to pull off.

    Recipe #503703

    Haven't tried this yet, but sounds yummy!

    Recipe #495370

    This couscous recipe is a poor man’s risotto that focuses on the cozy side of green, spring flavor. Israeli (or “pearl”) couscous is a lentil-sized pasta with an equally diminutive cooking time, so it cooks quickly in the reducing stock. Finished with salty cheese and the delicate licorice-flavored chervil, this recipe brings a bowl of yielding, soft flavors and textures of spring. From the Amanda and Merrill website

    Recipe #499684

    There are several recipes for this on this site, but none quite like this! I have a recipe posted for the puris if you don't want to search the stores, or, use crackers! Recipe #483169

    Recipe #483830

    A moist, delicious coffee cake with a lemony crunch on top! From KAF

    Recipe #492785

    So, you can understand when I saw Bloody Mary terrine on netdoctor’s Healthy Living/Recipes section http://www.netdoctor.co.uk Credit to mickeydownunder http://whatsonthelist.wordpress.com

    Recipe #493807

    From the Bisquick website, a refreshing summer picnic dessert!

    Recipe #501410

    I got this recipe from an Australian site. Absolutely yummy! Living in Minnesota, I couldn't find Balmain Bugs, so I used lobster tails, but I think crayfish would work, too!

    Recipe #483551

    Jalousie means shutter in French, and these traditional tarts look just like the shutters you see on houses all over France. A very easy and elegant dessert.

    Recipe #483453

    I found this on a German recipes website. I looks very elegant, and easy!

    Recipe #486325

    Another recipe I found on a German website! APEEL KASE KUCHEN

    Recipe #486326

    Typically served with pork, this recipe is a national treasure! Try it with Recipe #504524

    Recipe #504523

    I absolutely LOVE this soup! I found the recipe in a book called "From Minnesota With Love" that was given to me at my wedding shower many years ago by my dear Auntie Diane. Not the healthiest concoction, but, hey I only make it once in a blue moon!

    Recipe #508781

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