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I found this recipe in a Dec 1990 Cooking Light magazine. I'm putting it here for safe keeping since it took me years to find the magazine again
It is perfect for in the morning with your coffee or tea.
Found this in a Halloween cookbook, I have not tried it yet.
I found this recipe in my Sunday paper and had to make it right away. Cook time includes chilling time.
This is a recipe that was given to me by my Mom.
I found this recipe in my youngest daughters Nick Jr. magazine and decided to try it. My oldest DD that is very picky loved it.
This recipe is from Good Times at Green Lake, Recipes for Seattle's Favorite Park. I received this cookbook from Ginny P. in the first food swap. It is a very refreshing salad and is good for summer or winter. Cook time includes time in the fridge.
I found this recipe in Bay Leaves Cookbook. The original recipe didn't call for raisins.
This recipe came from The Blueberry Murder Mystery by Joanne Fluke.
This recipe comes from my Betty Crocker cookbook. This is the only pancake recipe I will use because they are so light and fluffy.
My family had no clue that it was healthy. Very good for something quick to make.
This is from my mother's recipe collection.
These are very moist and good-don't let the soy or bran scare you off! I had the neighborhood kids eat a whole batch in one day.
This recipe was sent to me by my mom.
Cook Off June 2002. Cook and Prep times are estimates--I didn't really time it.
I received this recipe from my aunt. This is very good served over rice.
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