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    This includes Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michegan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin!
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    Mmmm...can be served as a side dish, for breakfast, or even as a main vegetarian dish! Be sure to use good Vermont maple syrup! Adapted from Mountain Farmhouse, Ludlow, Vermont.

    Recipe #200971

    Cook more than you think you’ll need for one evening and serve this salad the next day at a picnic! Adapted from Delicious Living magazine.

    Recipe #204800

    A hint of thyme and the heartiness of whole-wheat flour lend character to these big, beautifully browned popovers. Serve them hot from the oven! Prep time includes dough resting time.

    Recipe #76139

    This is so easy and so good! From Sweet Seasons of Taste!

    Recipe #87692

    These are chewy, crusty loaves that have all the aroma of a traditional yeast bread, but they don't take all the time. Quick rise yeast shortens proofing time, and smaller pans trim baking time. From Cooking Pleasures magazine. This is great served with Kansas City Steak Soup. This is a rustic bread, originating in Europe(England and France)

    Recipe #135547

    Wheat berries are surprisingly sweet chewy sources of fiber, protein, B vitamins, folate, zinc, iron, and magnesium, as well as phytochemicals! This is a wholesome salad! Adapted from Prevention magazine(2005)

    Recipe #189022

    Food is a great way to say I love you! A clear glass jar or tin keeps this mix ready for giving. Include a ladle along with the mix if you like, and maybe some gourmet crackers!

    Recipe #46082

    This is a lower fat, smaller yield option to a whole bird that should please health-conscious or/and small families.

    Recipe #47341

    This is a good traditional dressing, I think you will be impressed!

    Recipe #47418

    A recipe from the Golden Door developed by chef Tracy Ritter and sous chef Steven Pernetti. Enjoy this traditional turkey for Thanksgiving or anytime!

    Recipe #75371

    Graham Kerr was the famous galloping gourmet from England! You will enjoy this! England, Belgium, New England.

    Recipe #134020

    To make this takes all together about 2 hours, including cooking time, so you don't have to get up at the crack of dawn come some holiday morning. A lovely Sunday or company dinner too. From American Bistro Fare with Caprial! New England, French, Mid Atlantic, South

    Recipe #144684

    Searching for ways to use leftovers, I came across this little gem. This would be good wrapped in tortillas, with chips, or over rice!. Adapted from RazzleDazzel Recipes.

    Recipe #146009

    A wonderful way to use leftover turkey! Adapted from RazzleDazzle Recipes.

    Recipe #146019

    An easy and elegant way to use up leftover turkey! Adapted from Busycooks. New England, Canada, Mid Atlantic Mid West

    Recipe #146129

    Flavor, flavor, flavor! From Good Deal with Dave Lieberman.Good deal Dave!This may be cooked in a crockpot. The ale in this may be replaced by chicken or vegetable broth. You may also use chicken legs and wings instead of turkey.

    Recipe #160617

    Good for a lazy morning, when you're listening to the birds singing, observing the patterns of the leaves on the grass, sipping your morning coffee, or running out the door! Adapted from Great Good Food!

    Recipe #184759

    Another great way to use up that leftover turkey! Good stuff!

    Recipe #195795

    This may just knock your socks off! This originally was taken from Paul Newman's Cookbook and tweaked just a bit.

    Recipe #55706

    Simple, delicious! Serve this up with french fries and coleslaw for a quick, tasty meal!

    Recipe #61159

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