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    Recipes Adopted 2009

    These are recipes that I have found very interesting or have made during PAC spring 2009. Enjoy

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    6 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe in my "Teacher in Space Cookbook". It was submitted by Utah's Teacher in Space, Linda Preston. (I guessed at the yield amount)

    Recipe #56439

    This recipe is very versatile because you can use whatever berries are in season, (or on sale) or whatever berries you like!

    Recipe #325804

    One of my Favorites From MOM! I took these to work. I did not even get one!

    Recipe #17284

    Another "church meeting" cake I grew up loving.

    Recipe #211368

    From Simple & Delicious. I use Recipe #12365.

    Recipe #360831

    Very simple recipe

    Recipe #333770

    By relative is on a coke ricipe find mission. Here is another one for her to add to her collection.

    Recipe #278822

    I created this recipe one night when trying to use some leftover pepperoni. It was a big hit with my family - I hope it will be with yours, too!

    Recipe #336724

    Absolutely my most requested recipe but it was really my mother's. This was my birthday cake every year growing up---still is! The cake is a fairly common recipe, it's the frosting that makes it amazing. Incredibly rich and wonderful! It's actually best if it's made the day before you are going to eat it and it just gets better every day!

    Recipe #331758

    4 Reviews |  By MomB

    Serve with crackers, Melba toast rounds, toast points or whatever you like. Always a big hit.

    Recipe #345693

    23 Reviews |  By Nif

    A tender pineapple chicken dish that is guaranteed to be gobbled up by kids and adults alike. You can also add peppers, they just aren't a big hit in our house. Toss everything in the crock pot (even frozen chicken breasts!) and come home to a complete meal that just needs to be served over rice. This was an entry in RSC #13. Enjoy!

    Recipe #354028

    This is a great anytime meal. It's from a Campbell's 1-2-3 cookbook I got at one of my bridal showers. I served it for my in-laws and had rave reviews! It's very easy and delicious, I love anything with ranch so if your like me... you'll love this!

    Recipe #362384

    This recipe uses a blend of Bisquick and Knorr garlic herb sauce mix to coat the chops. From "Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Cooking 3."

    Recipe #286017

    from Eat Better America website - can also use yukon gold potatoes

    Recipe #332909

    Don't let the long list of ingredients scare you away. This goes together in a very short time. My hubby had this at Planet Hollywood in Dallas at the WestEnd. Be sure to cut everything up ahead of time. As with all Asian cooking it needs to be right at hand. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #262460

    Tender, tasty pork chops in a creamy vegetable sauce. I paired it with Carol Bullock's Greek Potatoes (Recipe #8926) and it was a big hit. Also served green beans and sliced carrots. I omitted the salt from the chops as there was enough in the (low sodium) soup for our tastes.

    Recipe #352303

    3 Reviews |  By Marney

    These are like steak fries taken to the next level. Contrary to their name they don't have any ranch dressing in them.

    Recipe #251727


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