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    This is very good. One of my family's favorite breads.

    Recipe #185431

    This is not to be confused with White or Black Russians. This uses gin, vodka and creme de cocoa to make a nice alternative. Found on epicurious.com and posted for ZWT 4.

    Recipe #306718

    The beets become very sweet when baked in this way. They take a long time but can be baked with sweet potatoes or baked potatoes.

    Recipe #251586

    I just moved my mother to a retirement home and this was in her "notebook" of recipes. It uses Hungarian paprika, caraway seeds, cream cheese and capers. I didn't remember this but my parents entertained a lot and this must have been one of her dips.

    Recipe #256754

    This was in one of my mother's recipe books. She entertained a lot and this must have been one of her spreads.

    Recipe #256755

    This is posted by request. These are used to dip into a Hungarian dip I have posted. These are soft pretzels.

    Recipe #257973

    This makes a great weekday meal. Serve over rice or noodles. I use a whole chicken cut up into pieces when I make this but I am sure that your favorite pieces could be substituted.

    Recipe #263400

    Don't let all the ingredients scare you. Most of them are herbs. This is a great side dish for turkey or beef. Also can be used with wild rice. From my cookbook WINOS (Women In Need Of Sanity). Fresh herbs can be substituted...just triple the amount.

    Recipe #282743

    I have a large bottle of butterscotch schnapps and this is a very decadent serving. Very rich, very creamy and I'm sure very fattening. From drinksmixter.com.

    Recipe #284512


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