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    Control Freak Heaven

    If you make it yourself, then you KNOW what's in it! Foodstuffs you can make at home better and cheaper! For homemade remedies and beauty, see my Mama said... cookbook. For household items, see my Don't put THAT in your mouth! cookbook.
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    (Italian Meat Pie)

    Recipe #3230

    Recipe #421

    Try making your own butter with this easy recipe.

    Recipe #311

    Nothing is better than homemade pasta and making it is just plain good for your soul. Make it a family project and get back to the basics.

    Recipe #11846

    8 Reviews |  By Brenda

    I use to cook in a school cafeteria. I took this recipe and adapted it to home use. I am the designated bread maker for the Holidays now. Enjoy!

    Recipe #12725

    A nice all purpose pie crust. When I need a crust for a cobbler, I change it to self rising flour because I like lots of crust in my cobblers.

    Recipe #13619

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have not tried this, but found it a fascinating recipe. If anyone prepares this, do let us know the results!

    Recipe #18862

    I saw this recipe on a television show and it is a "good thing!"

    Recipe #15589

    25 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Good basic applesauce. Add some red-hots (cinnamon hearts candy) to boost the flavour and the colour.

    Recipe #12802

    I've been making this same recipe for home made biscuits for 40 years, so I could not begin to tell you where the recipe came from. I just know its GOOD

    Recipe #17867

    I got this recipe from my good friend Teresa. They taste SO good. :)

    Recipe #14918

    Recipe #10749

    I don't think I've ever actually made a batch of these that got into my cookie jar. They eat them as I make them.

    Recipe #29802

    An old family recipe from St. John Lutheran Church member, Lillie Kauitzsch, Bartlett, Texas. A much better taste than store bought. I also remember my great-grandmother making noodles like this when I visited her in Oklahoma, many moons ago. Preparations time is an estimate.

    Recipe #27344

    These are similar to "bits and bites" and the recipe comes from my partner's mother.

    Recipe #24953

    I experimented with different ingredients until I came up with the perfect combination. Friends are already putting in their orders for this season.

    Recipe #32124

    A friend gave me this recipe and it is a great treat for the kiddos, especially in the spring and summer! Easier to make if you have popsicle molds (available at most dollar stores and from Tupperware), but you can get away with using 3 ounce paper cups and craft sticks or plastic spoons. Plan ahead, as they need to freeze for several hours.

    Recipe #32277

    45 Reviews |  By Dee514

    I've had this recipe for about 30 years and I really can't remember where I got it from. Since I never owned a "yogurt maker", I always used this method. The recipe makes a surprisingly good "plain" yogurt. Cook/prep times do not include the 4 hour setting time or the 8 hour chilling time. **Note: After you make your first batch of homemade yogurt, you can use your homemade plain yogurt as the starter for future batches.

    Recipe #32460

    Tasty, basic, and cheap!

    Recipe #23460

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