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    1 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Another standard from Colonial Williamsburg.

    Recipe #88267

    8 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This is your basic cabbage roll filling, but instead of wrapping in a cabbage leaf, you wrap it up in homemade bread dough. They're great warm or cold. Makes a great substitute for ho-hum sandwiches! We like 'em with spicy mustard spread on top. The recipe was given to me by a neighbor, years ago. I double the recipe so I usually get about 2 dozen filled rolls. Note: if you don't want to fool with homemade dough, hot roll mix works great.

    Recipe #50178

    I got this recipe off a package of Bordens shredded cheddar cheese and thought I'd give them a try. They're really good and make a quick lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #86776

    2 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Good sammich, cold beer, warm fire!! Who needs a date??

    Recipe #89760

    10 Reviews |  By Tebo

    This is a different kind of meatless patty that is easy to make and quite tasty. It is cooked in the oven but I imagine it could be done on a BBQ as well.

    Recipe #91281

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a great way to use up the last of your garden. Just Bite into this Crunchy roll with tender crisp tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, onions, and mushrooms that's well seasoned with garlic, rosemary, & basil and creamy cheese. The cheese can be omitted for the Vegetarian or those that are lactose intolerant.

    Recipe #105117

    Something different for a change ,simple too.Good on toasted hamburger buns. From Home Cooking Magazine.

    Recipe #91298

    45 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great brunch item! One of my husbands favorite filling, baked, french toast style, sandwiches filled with cheese, ham, turkey & mustard. Raspberry preserves is a must for him. Could be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This is a LESSER FAT Monte Cristo recipe being baked and not fried full of flavor! I also like to buy the low salt cold cuts or use fresh baked turkey leftovers sliced thin.

    Recipe #82119

    This recipe uses those fake crabmeat "sealegs" you find in the grocery store. I can hear the purists out there groaning already. Fake crab is actually made with real fish, but seasoned to taste like crab. My daughter has a particular fondness for sealegs, and this is one of my favorite ways of preparing it for her. I don't think fake crab tastes much like real crab at all and highly recommend you do give real crab a try sometime. But for those times when you don't have any real crab, why not give this a try? It doesn't matter if you use "flake style" or "chunks" or "legs" in this recipe.

    Recipe #61674

    A delicious sandwich made by a local deli.

    Recipe #86350

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