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    Gimme Three Steps...

    ...gimme three steps a minute.., give me three steps out the door! Or as the song goes! Most of the recipes in this book have basically 3 steps, given an inch or two! Made for the Bev Tag Game/March.
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    This is a very old recipe that I originally got off of the side of a box of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese more than 25 years ago. I make this when I tire of plain tuna macaroni and want all the "junk" back in it! LOL! When you get bored, too, this is a nice change of pace! Very easy to make. (*Since Kraft has changed their formula so much over the years, I now use Velveeta Shells and Cheese, or make homemade macaroni and cheese using the velveeta recipe.) So whatever you prefer is what you should use. HTH! :)

    Recipe #361425

    I never cared for cornbread til I fiddled around with Jiffy Mix to make a light, sweet, cake-like cornbread. Just watch your baking time, mine is ALWAYS done in 15-16 minutes only. Also makes good muffins, *use paper baking cups, tho.

    Recipe #53305

    I came up with this version incorporating my favorite ingredients! Tastes even better than Chunky Candybars!

    Recipe #101148

    This salad is served at every family function from B-days to Thanksgiving! I don't know the origin of it, my mom started making it from when we were all very little. It's a MUST HAVE at my house! Don't substitute the ingredients, though, it won't turn out. Been there, tried it, failed, lol. It's awesome just as is!!!!

    Recipe #106038

    I love this spread on Ritz, butter crackers, Triscuits or Chicken-in-a-Biscuit crackers!

    Recipe #111299

    The title says it all! Wonderful comfort food! This recipe was given to me by my Aunt Marlyn in Villa Grove, Illinois! :)

    Recipe #114351

    It's grilling season!!! ENJOY!!

    Recipe #123112

    I'm not a big fan of peas, but like them IN things. This salad is one of my favorites. Happy to share!

    Recipe #125195

    This is a very old family recipe. Really brings back fond summer memories!!

    Recipe #128612

    Nothing better than fresh, summer green beans! I hated them when I was a kid, now I can't get enough of them! Simplicity at its best!

    Recipe #128614

    So cool and refreshing in the summer! Nice for holidays, too!

    Recipe #130546

    I LOVE onion rings. Especially with a good burger or steak!

    Recipe #130565

    This is what you actually get at a lot of mexican restaurants! Really good!!

    Recipe #136923

    I prefer this marinade for chicken cooked on the grill, but I'm sure it would work for roasted chicken as well.

    Recipe #137894

    You can skewer these or leave the breasts whole and bake then broil, either way they are really good! On the grill or under the broiler!

    Recipe #138526

    I used to love that stuff years ago. Here's how to make it even better homemade. (The bacon ranch one.)

    Recipe #138528

    Perfect with steak or seafood! Makes nice appetizers on sliced baguettes, too!

    Recipe #138531

    This recipe is from the 1968 McDonald's Manager's Handbook put out in 1969 (1968 year) They quickly removed the recipe after realizing they had a very appealing "secret sauce." It was included as an emergency recipe in the event a particular store ran out of the pre-made sauce. Enjoy!

    Recipe #140102

    I LOVE these, been making them for about 15 years now. A nice change from regular meatballs. Everyone really likes them. I usually serve these as an appy or even a side dish for parties, but I wouldn't see why it couldn't be made as a main dish, too! :)

    Recipe #140604

    Cheesy, yummy and good, with a little kick to it! Great for parties! The guys LOVE this!

    Recipe #140606

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