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    A different way to prepare a plain old ham and cheese sandwich. Great for a toddlers and kids but tasty enough for adults too. A fun recipe for a "junior cook" to make themselves or for a younger child to make with the help of an adult. Served with some tomato soup, this makes for a nice lunch/dinner. This could also be served as a brunch food. This recipe is courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens "Kids Snacks", 1985.

    Recipe #129788

    This is one of those recipes that you start to make early on in the day and simmer all day, for the best flavor. Make this on a chilly day and it will warm you from head to toe. Freeze any leftovers; pull out and thaw when you get that nasty winter cold or just need a quick lunch or dinner. Even though the title states "pot pie" noodle, bow tie noodles have always been used in this soup; something I grew up with. When my mom cooks it, she will sometimes add some thin sliced diced celery and/or a peeled, whole onion to the pot, just for taste, and removes the onion prior to serving.

    Recipe #140544

    Very easy and a quickly cooked side dish made in the crock pot: dump and go. Serve these at breakfast or as a side dish at dinner; or double the recipe and eat for dinner and serve as leftovers with tomorrow mornings breakfast. This recipe worked out great for me because I had to use up some hash brown patties; the standard ingredient usually called for in this dish is the hash browned potatoes. This recipe is courtesy of "Fix It and Forget It" crock pot cookbook.

    Recipe #143566

    Warms you from head to toe. Great for those who don't care for beans; if you do, add them!

    Recipe #143572

    We went south for Thanksgiving this year and this was served at dinner. This is baked and served right in a cast iron skillet; you can use a 12 or 15 inch cast iron skillet. Scrumptious; it's a side dish and dessert all in one! Prep time does not include the cooking and mashing of the sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #149884

    Serve this aside of your favorite shellfish or seafood recipe for dipping; goes well with fish prepared both breaded and non-breaded. Much, much better than drawn butter....I promise. Also, not for the health conscious.

    Recipe #160654

    This drink is so good, it even has a graham cracker coating around the rim of the glass. The Licor 43 is a Spanish brandy liqueur; it's also known as "Cuarenta y Tres", which stands for "43" in Spanish. This liqueur is made up of 43 ingredients including vanilla and citrus.

    Recipe #115918

    I've had this recipe for a year; and am posting it for a member who is looking for a bridal shower menu recipe; the theme being around the fall season. I have not tried this recipe, but now that it is out, in my hands and my soup fetish is in full gear, I can't wait to try it myself! I was not very sure on the cook time, I gave it 30 minutes but the time may be less. And only 5 minutes prep.

    Recipe #36230

    This is a crock pot dinner that can be cooked in less than 6 hours. If you would like extra sauce, double the cream ingredients and spices. I prepared mine with the diced apple and no asparagus/cheese ingredient.

    Recipe #48286

    Posted per request and courtesy of Southern Living, this recipe uses chicken broth and sugar. Serve over mashed potatoes or whatever else.

    Recipe #81070

    My favorite quick and tasty way to make fajitas. Don't forget about marinating at least 30 minutes beforehand. Serve with a side of rice and/or beans.

    Recipe #17314

    Layered creamy finger jello. A great snack for kids. For diabetic snack, use sugar free flavored gelatin. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #38239

    I saw this today in the new Family Circle magazine and thought they sounded delicious; a nice addition to the usual holiday cookie/dessert tray. Also posted as request in a thread; this would be great as a bridal party/bridal shower/wedding favor type of gifts. Prep time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #72345

    This the only way we make our tails. We even freeze our buns off in the winter time, cooking these tails out on the patio grill.

    Recipe #26245

    This spread makes a great appetizer for any get-together, shower, brunch, party, etc. Also makes a healthy snack for kids or a nice spread for your morning bagel, toast or English Muffin. For parties or kids snacks, serve this with shortbread cookies, graham crackers or graham sticks.

    Recipe #105158

    Creamy, peachy and crunchy, this is a scrumptious new twist on your average peach cobbler. This recipe is from a former baker at a catering facility. I posted this as a request for dessert to serve a large group; it does serve 24 but can easily be halved and baked in a 13X9 dish to serve 12. I have not actually baked this myself, but I have eaten this, yummmmy! I will do my best on prep/cook estimates, which will include only the ingredient prep and cooking on stove top and baking. It will not include the toasting of the pecans, which is optional, nor will it include the freezing time, which would probably be about 4 hours.

    Recipe #51035


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