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    The original recipe for this cranberry sauce was found in The Thanksgiving Cookbook, 1991. It's been tweaked slightly since I do enjoy the orange flavor! Preparation time does not include the time needed for the sauce to cool to room temperature.

    Recipe #470456

    This recipe comes from the 2002 cookbook, Cranberry Cooking for All Seasons. It's great on hot rolls & muffins of all kinds, but we really like it spread on a toasted slice of nutty, whole grain bread. Preparation time does not include the time needed for the soft butter to firm up in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #467447

    The original of this recipe, although I slightly tweaked it, was found in the Taste of Home Freezer Pleasers Cookbook, 2009.

    Recipe #433588

    I found the original of this recipe in the June 2005 Betty Crocker cookbooklet fun SUMMER APPETIZERS, then tweaked it to suit our preferences.

    Recipe #461941

    This recipe comes from the 2008 Taste of Home cookbook, Baking Classics.

    Recipe #423982

    4 Reviews |  By Feisty

    My husband, being a true Texan, loves cornbread almost as much as he loves me. I was not a great cornbread baker, so I bought The Cornbread Gospels by Crescent Dragonwagon to learn how to make his tummy happy, and what a great book that turned out to be. Every form and fashion of cornbread you can imagine, and (almost) all good. This recipe is from that book, and has earned rave reviews everywhere I have taken it. It's beautiful, and the essences of orange and cranberry combined with the crunchiness of stone ground cornmeal sets it apart from other quick breads, and it will leaving you wanting more. I hope you like it as well as we do.

    Recipe #403719

    This is an excellant snack mix for the holidays. We cook up several batches of this every year, package it up, and deliver it to friends and family. It's always a great hit. When cooking more than 2 batches at once I increase the bake time to 60 minutes to compensate for the loss of heat from opening the oven door repeatedly

    Recipe #388220

    This is a very versatlile recipe. It's good with ice cream or pound cake, and also good with turkey or pork.

    Recipe #413926

    This recipe comes, unchanged, from the 2008 cookbook Taste of Home Dinner on a Dime.

    Recipe #415457

    The recipe for these unusual loaves was found in the 2008 cookbook, Taste of Home Baking Classics.

    Recipe #415280

    This recipe was found in the 2008 cookbook, Taste of Home Baking Classics, & if you enjoy, as I do, both these tart red berries AND raisins, well . . . !

    Recipe #415279

    The original of this slightly tweaked recipe was found in the 2008 cookbook, Taste of Home Baking Classics.

    Recipe #415278

    The original of this slightly tweaked recipe came from the food section of the Los Angeles Times, probably sometime in February 2010!, & I'm sure that RecipeZaar won't let me list the original chocolate which is 4 bars (3.5-ounces each) white chocolate (Lindt Swiss Classic). Preparation time does not include the time needed for the bark to chill & cool completely!

    Recipe #414823

    There are a number of sauce recipes here on Zaar similar to this one, but not altogether the same, & I love the simplicity & over-all blueberry taste of this one! We enjoy it over ice cream, pound cake, cottage cheese, cereal topped with homemade applesauce, you name it!

    Recipe #413886

    The last time I had access to fresh gooseberries was when I was a child in rural Montana, & that was a lot of years ago! Now I'm exploring gooseberry recipes & found this one (now slightly tweaked) on www.oregonfruit.com!

    Recipe #413876

    These are a sweet, tasty treat that are great for an "hors dourve party". Many people have been hesitant by the "dates" but you will soon be eating more than one after the first bite! I can't go to a party without taking these with me. They were my great aunts favorite and the recipe is over 75 years old.

    Recipe #406878

    For all the naughty little boys and girls out there...

    Recipe #48822

    For a Grinch with a sense of humor!

    Recipe #49644

    This is a fun and inexpensive gift to give to your childs/childrens teachers and staff members at their school. You can give these to just about anyone. Kids think they are funny! You can print the poem using a card printing program and using the Busines Cards format. Select the one that has 10 business cards per sheet of paper. You can use red and green fonts making one line red and the next green like I did on mine The pic on the right is of the poem only and not the whole packet. For a nice touch see if your card/business printing program has a graphic of a snowman and attatch that too. I have attached mine to give you an idea as to what you can do with yours. Time is approximate depending on how many "Snowman Poop" packets you make. You need to give yourself time to print the poem out as well as assemble the packets. It is well worth the time spent to see the smiles on peoples faces when you give it to them. Yield is approximate as well. If you want you can insert the packet in a Chrismas or Holiday card for your childs/childrens teacher and office staff. Have your child/children help you assemble the packets.

    Recipe #72535

    6 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This does not sound appetizing at all -- lol. These are no-bake cookies that are just the best. Put a dozen or more in cello bags wrapped with ribbon and these also go in the goodie baskets. They freeze wonderfully and can be eaten frozen as they do not freeze solid! Some even think they are better frozen! I double or triple this recipe when I make it. Makes 36 cookies in a single batch.

    Recipe #124240

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