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    25 Reviews |  By Geema

    Kids of all ages love these muffins.

    Recipe #53853

    This recipe was given to me many years ago by Mrs. Orin Stevens of Fargo, ND. She told me she'd gotten it from a church cookbook. I've used fresh, frozen and canned peaches with equal success.

    Recipe #131249

    I just love these timeless coffee bars, way before Starbuck's and designer coffee became all the rage! Back when our families had peculators!

    Recipe #149672

    A trifle bursting with flavor!!! Using blood orange juice(which is orange flavored with overtones of strawberry and raspberries)to flavor the cake, combined with strawberries and red raspberry preserves and the creaminess of the pudding and whipped topping makes for a sensational dessert. This dessert could be lightened by using light or fat free pudding and whipped topping.

    Recipe #282972

    A friend of mine brought this for dinner and it was SO good and fresh... a great Summer side!

    Recipe #173875

    2 Reviews |  By WiGal

    Hola! This Chilean recipe is from http://recipes.wuzzle.org/. Here is the alino spice recipe Recipe#304144. You are suppose to add in one teaspoon of alino seasoning in step 2 and b/c RZ did not recognize it I could not put it inside the directions. Notice that the parmesan cheese is put over the rice or noodles.

    Recipe #304085

    A different and interesting way to eat eggs. The cooking time includes the 30 minute chilling time.

    Recipe #307168


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