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    This is a cookbook of original recipes I have been collecting for some time now take a look inside and enjoy all of the different recipes for your enjoyment!
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    This is very good, not too sweet; a nice alternative to the marshmallow topped version. I got the recipe from Cooking Light Magazine and it is one I will be fixing for this Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #45674

    4 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Nice side dish with ham or turkey from Cook's.

    Recipe #178219

    Recipe #229645

    This recipe is a combination of my Dad's Candied Yam recipe and one from Gourmet. I prefer the darker sweet potato (which he called a yam) over the lighter yellow sweet potato. I like to use McClelland's Highland Scotch Whisky, but you can use any whisky/whiskey/bourbon you prefer; a friend told me she even made them with rum. I've also had good luck with making them in advance; arranging them in the dish, adding the syrup, and refrigerating them until it's time to bake them. This dish smells so good while baking: like cinnamon rolls, or the steam from a hot-buttered rum. And they taste almost like a dessert (I think they end up with a firm, custard-like consistency). At my family & friends' request, I now have to make them for every Thanksgiving and holiday meal.

    Recipe #100068

    32 Reviews |  By LaLa

    Made in my house for every family gathering and holiday. Possibly the most delicious thing you'll EVER eat--even if you don't like yams, which I don't.

    Recipe #27774

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Feeling down, have a hang over or just need a lift try this.

    Recipe #398920

    Sunday at Bickford's in the Boston area was a regular to enjoy their Baked Apple Pancake. Now a resident of Miami Beach, I couldn't find anything like it, therefore, I created this one. For success you must use a 7"-10" cast iron skillet..

    Recipe #105424

    This is a healthier variation of Karen=^..^='s "Whatever Floats Your Boat Brownies (Recipe #32204). I also tripled the batch for a large crowd. These were a real hit!

    Recipe #430527

    1 Reviews |  By Johnney

    I love this recipe for the christmas holidays in place of the "Pumpkin Pie" The recipe came from my x(still friends)and was willing to share it with me, So its my pleasure to share it with you. Enjoy!

    Recipe #70441

    The basic recipe for mole came from an old friend in New Mexico and I experimented with it until I came up with this version. Its great with shredded chicken served with spanish rice and refried beans and a salad of shredded lettuce, calantro, diced tomatoes and sliced avocado.

    Recipe #70875

    As a kid my Grandma would make this for me when I would visit. I love this with an ice cold glass of milk.

    Recipe #70892

    4 Reviews |  By Johnney

    While on many of my travels I stopped in a small mountain town named Ruidoso, New Mexico and met some friends there that made this recipe for me one night, I loved it during that cold mountain winter.

    Recipe #70974

    Grilled or Baked? Well that's a question for those BBQ guru's out there, Me I like em' both but this one I love.

    Recipe #70976

    I found this recipe from Martha Stewarts Magazine and they turned out great. The Kids loved them.

    Recipe #73737

    1 Reviews |  By Johnney

    Tasty BBQ sauce for Grilling

    Recipe #74348

    I grew up in Chicago on these hot dogs, we had a little storefront on our corner that served these great (Red Hots) dogs. Now in California I had to have them so I finally found out where to purchase these Beef Dogs online at, along with the other ingredients I needed, and ordered all the stuff for that authentic taste of the windy city.

    Recipe #75178

    I came up with this recipe craving those Chicago Italian Sausage Sandwiches from my childhood. I just replaced the Green Bell Peppers with Green chilies to conform to California's Expectations.

    Recipe #76875

    4 Reviews |  By Johnney

    A Chinese Restaurant favorite of mine, Moo Goo Gai Pan, which takes its name from a province in northern China. Moo Goo means Mongolia. Gai and Pan refer to rice and chicken.

    Recipe #77225

    There are so many ways to serve this wonderful veggie. I use it in place of pasta. You can experiment with different sauces and herbs to create a great tasting dish. Try it with Alfredo sauce, or add some pesto and butter or your favorite herbs. Look for more recipes I posted for this veggie.

    Recipe #77554

    Cannoli's are my favorite desert, If you need the Canolli Tube here is one online source I found where to get them. from an email I got from another member, she had a problem with the filling being too thin to fill the cannoli see note below for remedy.

    Recipe #77884

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