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    Recipes I have tried from PAC adoptions. Fall 2006: lucid501, Aunt Cookie, ladypit; Spring 2007: Rhiannon&Matt.gauci, Sandyg61, Tuli, 2CookOrNot2Cook; Fall 2007: French Tart, Mike #2, **danny**, Watkinslady30, Opossumgravy, alisonpeach, erhendry, lunaseesstars, Navarrete; bricookie55; Spring 2008: QueenJellyBean, Carrie A, Sue L, lucid501, Captain Cocktail, FatKidBehavior, icecreamlover, Iron Spartan, Pavel Titov, RedTex, tantibaci, Whitby Tart, Whitehawkd; Fall 2008: Chef Jean, fishywitch, KT_Z, qotw13, iewe, tweetyfan, - Andy, allergic chick, canninfool, Chef Kitten, Food Groupie, Grandma's Country Kitchen, HearthBeats, kayleighsmom529, laura1953, SarahLeap, shb1964, Simple chief, z_j_o; Spring 2009: Chief Teer, Marney, Chef Shantal, BLUE ROSE, Cookgirl, internetnut, Karen Elizabeth, buzzie, cook1011, KatKatia, Mrs. Sanders07, parkershouse, RascalMama, Scissors from Kansas, Sinclairbrooks, TraumaMama, Wild Rice; BandersnatchKS, Eat it up!; Fall 2009: Vyrianna, Quiltingqueen, daisygrl64, Pets'R'us, Pegger1, EliteTwig, Recipe Reader, Wild Squirrel, Jamie1094; Rachael's Kitchen Goodies; Spring 2010: Adie, Kamsgrl, MahnaMahna, alligirl, price403, Aly14, Bakin' Beary, Barucha, Big Sexy's Recipe's, CyndiMorales, grrltrouble, Hanna Louise, Jason Mundy, Chef Jeff in Waycross, Lady Morrgian, Nouf_H, Queen Roachie, Raynebow's Mom, SuBethJimBob, Teresa perez; Daymented, Happy_Housewife; Spring 2011: JRuiz, Nunzio's Daughter, Katzen, Sydney Mike, arualanne, BigKahuna SurfLounge, BlairL, CarenG10, CIA Trained Chef, Cr@zy @pples, Fyrdancer, Chef J. Bradford, Jonathan_Creek, judythai, kc in la, Mrs. Unrath, QuietPoet2004, Rosie Posie '88, storylistener, tasha326; Ayame, Candle Lover, ~heidi~; Fall 2011: .BarbaraAnn., jswope162, kolleen1021, Lori Lissa, **Tinkerbell**, Sandra Anne, mechanicsbabygirl, Lory's Kitchen, debiasio1089, adumas9, jaimed, Doug Anderson, sgawrysiak, Wanderer, taylorpc; tonyf56
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    1 Reviews |  By tonyf56

    Another one of my wife's recipe that I found in her box.

    Recipe #465433

    This is an easy wonderfully tastey treat that is great for all occasions. This is my mother in law's recipe, that my sweet husband had as a child, and my children ask for also. I have also molded these in to little brains on Halloween.

    Recipe #340946

    My cousin made these for our Christmas get together. They are awesome. Just added these for safe keeping!!

    Recipe #347233

    THIS IS WONDERFUL. Can I say it any clearer. Great with crackers, chips or veggies.

    Recipe #234802

    I believe it is my duty as an Ohioan to post my family's delicious recipe for the team-supporting treat that mimics a peanut butter cup.

    Recipe #449737

    An easy, simple cheesecake. No whipped cream required!

    Recipe #449736

    A family recipe for a classic dessert.

    Recipe #449891

    A friend of mine is a master of delicious meats and this is just one more of his amazing creations. This makes the house smell awesome and is excellent piled high on a roll with melty Provolone cheese. Oh, and don't forget the bibs...this one is messy!

    Recipe #404781

    This is a recipe I threw together one night as I was making "breakfast for dinner" for Brad. He traditionally prefers scrambled eggs, but wanted something a bit more special.

    Recipe #395942

    This is the quintessential summer comfort food. When it was too hot to cook or eat a heavy dinner, my mother would often make this as a light summer meal. The leftovers taste great the next day! NOTE: Many of the spices can be adjusted to taste. I like to experiment with new flavors, like adding dill or curry powder. (cooking time is boiling the pasta and eggs, while prep time is chopping and mixing)

    Recipe #308528

    Totally addictive appetizer! Dill pickle rounds are the center of attention when wrapped in a blanket of cream cheese spread deli meat. An interesting appetizer I wanted to try after chef EnJenn3 described it in Topic of the Month thread. I searched and was surprised that the recipe wasn't posted here. I found different versions of it on Allrecipes and Cooks.com. I took both versions and spliced them together, based on my previous experience making similar appys, and here you have it. Herb-flavored spreadable cream cheese could also be used instead of regular. I got about 5-6 pickle rounds out of each pickle, but it will depend on how big they are to begin with.

    Recipe #448257

    Found this recipe at: http://www.epicconstructions.com/mirror/mcd/ The recipes are in pdf & various fonts & formatting that don't translate well when printed. Some of the words I can't even read on paper at all (2 point type size), so I'm posting it here so we can use it again. It's the closest to McDonald's we've found to date. We had a package of the original sauce to compare side-by-side with. There is definitely no cayenne in the original (which is one of the clone's best assets) & the original tastes like it has a touch of BBQ sauce in it. I've seen a lot of recipes with Heinz 57 listed but I wasn't interested in trying another one of those tonight. This recipe utilized everything I already had on hand. We let it refrigerate for about 6 hours & the flavors mellowed quite a bit but I think the sauce will benefit from a longer refrigeration time as the mustard & vinegar flavors are overpowering right after mixing.

    Recipe #357420

    An unusual combination of ingredients comes together to make a delicious dip or cracker spread. Quick and easy to prepare, it can be made a day in advance or served immediately. Created for the Fall 2010 Dining on a Dollar Contest.

    Recipe #440744

    I found this on the web.

    Recipe #264747

    Delicious

    Recipe #193685

    simple dinner

    Recipe #190969

    Delicious and easy to make with just a few ingredients. Trust me, these won't last long!

    Recipe #455578

    Super easy and yummy little appetizers

    Recipe #346538

    3 Reviews |  By adumas9

    Creamy Spicy Salad Dressing

    Recipe #458489

    This is something we threw together when we couldn't be bothered to make fresh pizza bases, and couldn't face frozen ones. We used flour tortillas but you could use corn ones if you prefer. Using two tortillas with some soft cheese in between adds a bit of stability to what otherwise could be an extremely floppy pizza! The cooking time is just a guide as you will be able to see when it's cooked - when the cheese melts!!!

    Recipe #459197

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