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    TOTM for May~Spring is in the Air

    Topics included in this months cookbook: Artichokes, asparagus, cheesy casseroles, cheese's, cheesecake, chives, fondue, leeks, marinades, mushrooms, olives, quiche, ramps, rubs, rhubarb, salads, sandwiches, sauces, spring soups. Pages of interest I have saved in My Favorites include: Popular Cheese Varieties Popular Cheese Parings The Blue Cheese Family The Cheddar Family The Emmental Family Grating Cheese Hispanic Cheese Pasta Filata Spanish Cheese Specialty Cheese Trappist-Style Cheese Washed-Rind Cheese If you have an interest or need information please z-mail me and I will forward the information.
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    250 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is the recipe I have been using for Macaroni and Cheese since the beginning of time! Truly a classic and a staple on our family table. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. A great side dish to be served with my Meatloaf Barbecue Style!

    Recipe #30366

    3 Reviews |  By mayweed

    I didn't have any milk on hand to make a proper white sauce for Mac and cheese so I decided to use the soup instead. My family loves this. Adjust the amount of cheese according to taste or variety of cheese, ie. sharp or medium.

    Recipe #48083

    I like this recipe, because its so simple and easy.

    Recipe #11168

    I made this recipe up after eating at Cracker Barrel. This recipe seems very close to their Hash Brown Casserole.

    Recipe #45557

    23 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe was originally printed in a Campbell's Soup cookbook--Easy Ways to Delicious Meals, 1970 edition. I began preparing this for my family and it became a favorite. Definitely a kid and budget pleaser. Over the years I made some adjustments.

    Recipe #100762

    Very comforting, creamy casserole.

    Recipe #41874

    This is an easy, yet very tasty spaghetti casserole, which reminds me of the spaghetti they used to serve us in elementary school. I loved their spaghetti! I normally only brought my lunch, but not on spaghetti day!

    Recipe #87085

    This recipe was inspired by Derf's Belly Buster Recipe. It has been heavily modified in ingredients and procedure. I feel the recipe now qualifies as a new recipe. Thank you to Derf for the inspiration :D This version of the recipe is being named for my son Kristopher ( 13 at the time of writing ) who helped me tonight in making all the revisions. Thank you Honey!:D

    Recipe #197865

    Even the kids like this one. "Wow" We made only half of this one. There was plenty for everyone and even some left over.

    Recipe #189165

    Fast, tasty, and easy is the name of the game with this dish. Put this on your table very quickly for a hearty pleasing meal in one dish. This is also great for potlucks and when hubby has to prepare the meal.

    Recipe #153906

    This was another one of our favorites in the 70's Very inexpensive and very easy to make. Just recently found this recipe hand-written by my Mom, and the warm feelings flood back to me, because this was a true favorite in our house. Little did I know that she was on such a tight budget, yet made things like this that we all loved!! NOTE: The meat that was used in this recipe always varied, according to whatever we had available at the time.

    Recipe #126623

    Bubby is a common Yiddish term of affection. It is also the name of a popular local restaurant with outlets in Brooklyn and Manhattan. This is their rendition of one of my favorite desserts. Waiting for rhubarb season to try it.

    Recipe #223659

    This recipe won first place in a pie baking contest. It's delicious!

    Recipe #126957

    I thought I had lost my recipe forever, when while packing to move, I FOUND IT!!!!!!! I was THRILLED!!!!! This is a very SWEET pie, gotta warn ya!!! LOL!!! If you prefer a sweet-tart concoction, you'll want to decrease the amount of sugar, but this is the ONLY way I'll even TOUCH rhubarb! Everyone who has tried my pie absolutely loves it, even the ones that SWEAR they won't eat rhubarb!! (This is my very own recipe.) **I once tried making it with frozen rhubarb and it did NOT work! It came out runny, so I do not recommend using anything but fresh rhubarb! (I don't think frozen strawberries would work, either.Just use fresh only.)Hope you enjoy my pie!!! Really good with vanilla ice cream, too! ;)

    Recipe #217863

    Recipe #171659

    From the magazine "Delicious" August 2005. I figure I can just bake some of my rhubarb with a little sugar to sweeten things up. As far as that goes I could just cook the rhubarb in a sauce pan on top of the stove.

    Recipe #140964

    This version of crème brûlée takes on an Irish touch with the addition of toasted oatmeal and a hit of Bushmills. Patrick McLarnon, chef at Ardtara, County Londonderry, keeps it a fixture on the menu although he changes the fruit compote seasonally. Here he uses a small ramekin which is a perfect size given the richness of the crème. From "The Irish Heritage Cookbook" by Margaret Johnson

    Recipe #139199

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This no-hassle mix-and-bake dessert is like the old-fashioned cake Grandma always had ready after dinner, even though you never saw her working on it.

    Recipe #220008

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a perfect pie for the holidays. The filling comes up a crimson red and if you sugar the crust cut outs it will look like snow or frost on them. Don't let anyone peek at it before dessert and then get ready for the "ooooooooh's" . Especially if it's served by candle light because the sugar on the crust will sparkle.

    Recipe #188731

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Rhubarb is at its best and most tender early in the spring, and that's the time to make delicate rhubarb tarts and cakes. By late summer the rhubarb crop is getting ready to give up the ghost, and what's left is usually fat, somewhat woody, and liable to be tough, unless it's treated right. Rhubarb crumble is the solution for a baker faced with one last basket of rhubarb and no room in the freezer.

    Recipe #172022

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