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    A Beary Merry Christmas 2010

    Here is the collection of recipes I served this year at Arvin High. Enjoy.

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    I got this recipe from a student's process speech more than 30 years ago, and I've never found one I like better. A great Christmas gift, especially if you have a low-cost source for the nuts.

    Recipe #27367

    from Hersheys.com. I needed a recipe to use up camping leftovers. These are my favorites now.

    Recipe #80180

    This candy is out of this world! A holiday tradition...also freezes well and makes a great gift. Doubles well, too (trust me, you'll need it).

    Recipe #73501

    3 Reviews |  By mag05

    This is a wonderful recipe. We have tried several and always come back to this one. It is from an old church cookbook. They keep in the refrig for weeks!!

    Recipe #284511

    An easy recipe even for a beginner

    Recipe #263193

    I copied this recipe off the back of a jar of marshmallow cream. The recipe was for chocolate-walnut fudge. I just change the flavor of the candy chips for different flavors. It is a no fail recipe and always comes out the way you think fudge should.

    Recipe #15304

    59 Reviews |  By Caryn

    My favorite cookie to make at Christmas. Love the butter and almond flavor.

    Recipe #23746

    Prize Tested Recipe $200.00 Winner. I found this recipe in Better Homes And Gardens magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #370775

    these are grand..I use Mrs. Richardson's hot fugde..but a jar of your favorite will work just as well..we always serve these during buffets...it is just the bite of something sweet that we sometimes want at the end of any meal..

    Recipe #125782

    Hershey inspired recipe. These cookies are quick and easy. Great for a holiday, party or anytime.

    Recipe #104074

    "Several people have asked how to make traditional clear toy candy. It is so simple that anyone can do it, but remember it is dangerous so no small children please. You will need: a pan, a candy thermometer, clear corn syrup, sugar, and water. No flavoring please - that is why it has a unique flavor. You may also add a small amount of red food coloring and if you are not very traditional you may use green food coloring which came into use in the 1920's. If you add no coloring it will turn out a beautiful amber." This is from the original poster when I did a hunt for it because making the candy was a big question for some friends.

    Recipe #139685

    Recipe #196973

    Delicious butter cookie with a chocolate center.

    Recipe #196972

    Traditional Cookie Bake Favorite. A delicious butter cookie that has a Maraschino cherry center.

    Recipe #196971

    From Everydaycook. com.

    Recipe #80253

    My mom made these cookies all the time when I was little, now I like to make them for my kids.

    Recipe #15968

    Someone gave us a gift of these delicious orange slices. These tangy oranges and creamy chocolate are an unbeatable combination. They look fancy and colorful, and are easy to make. A Christmas favorite. These do take a while to make but are well worth it. The orange slices are delicious even without the chocolate. Drying time not included in time. NOTE: When cooking the orange slices DO-NOT STIR. If someone is helping you make sure they do not stir just them push down on the orange slices as recipe says. :) I cut the slices in half again after cooking.

    Recipe #144348

    This is a very popular recipe in my family...everyone loves these cookies.

    Recipe #9274


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