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    This is my old fashioned style soup and is always enjoyed especially during the cold weather.

    Recipe #79563

    This is a fabulous recipe I got from my in-laws...DH and I contend that it's the best pizza dough we've ever tasted! We've also had friends agree - everyone who tries it loves it! *preparation time includes time in machine* *uncooked dough does not freeze well, but cooked pizza/calzones do!*

    Recipe #187415

    1 Reviews |  By Da Huz

    ...with delicious, crispy bacon lattice! Other bacon apple pie recipes call for bacon to be crumbled into the pie filling, but this one uses a bacon weave on top for an extra crispy treat. NOTE: this recipe calls for canned pie filling and frozen pie crust, but feel free to make your own. Home-made is better, but pre-made is better than nothing.

    Recipe #473965

    A delicious and healthy soup. Serve with some wheat rolls and flavorful white cheese (we like Comte). If you want something a little more hearty, grill some sausages and serve on the side or in the soup - the flavors go very well together. This makes a good starter to a Thanksgiving meal, especially since potatoes and tomatoes originated in the Americas.

    Recipe #473016

    Recipe title says "beef" but you can use whatever animal you want. This is the recipe we use on the wild game our roommate shoots - mostly deer and elk.

    Recipe #464315

    Delicious, fairly easy, and good for you because rhubarb is a vegetable which is why you should top it with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #463125

    Delicious stuffing inherited from my family. We had this every year for Thanksgiving. Note that you can toast your own pine nuts, if you prefer, for about 5 minutes in a dry frying pan on medium heat.

    Recipe #463124

    Very easy, quick, juicy pulled pork. Great for bbq. *Note that "prep time" includes 20 minutes to come to pressure.

    Recipe #462245

    I get this recipe from my Pillsbury Family Cookbook that was published in 1963. It was my mothers, a graduation present I believe, and I refer to it on a regular basis for the classic preparation of many foods.

    Recipe #53405

    Grilled salmon with a berry sauce. Fresh, easy, and delicious! Goes well with wild rice, baked sweet potatoes, or the like.

    Recipe #460189


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