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    This is close. A good ketchup recipe that is cheaper than store bought, and tastes good. Based on a recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #28412

    This was published in the Daily Kent Stater today, and I posted it so that I would not have to clip it. I thought others might be interested in it too!

    Recipe #71499

    A great party tray that serves twenty people. A great money-server when you make it at home versus paying the local deli. "Accompany party tray with a basket of assorted breads and rolls and favorite spreads such as mayonnaise and mustard. Another platter could have lettuce leaves, tomato slices and bell pepper rings to use as sandwich add-ins." (Recipe and partial description courtesy of Healthy Choice, Echrich, Margherita, Butterball, County Line and Armour deli.)

    Recipe #152010

    A different way to make Perfect Rice in the microwave. I didn't believe that it would cook till tender without being covered, boy was I wrong. From cookbook author Kathleen Daelemans.

    Recipe #51516

    2 Reviews |  By Delish

    This topping has a slightly thicker consistency than a glaze but is thinner than frosting. Top sweet rolls, muffins, or quick breads with this. Super fast, easy, and yummy.

    Recipe #140488

    Good & easy enough for a beginner like me. It came from Bon Appetit June 2000 at Epicurious.com. This is my first posting on Recipezaar, but this turned out so beautifully that I had to share it. We don't have a have a food processor, so I used a whisk, (takes some elbow grease) and I didn't freeze the vegetable shortening, or chill the dough first, and I used regular margarine cold straight out of the frig., as we don't like butter. I put foil around the edges of the crust so that it wouldn't get too brown, and took them off at near the end of the baking time to a get a golden brown crust, and I did freeze the crusts in the pan before putting the pumpkin mixture in, as suggested in the Spiced Pumpkin Pie recipe I used. I also did as others suggested in rolling it out between 2 sheets of waxed paper, and dusting lightly with flour so it wouldn't stick & it was a dream to work with. It turned out great. I'll post the Spiced Pumpkin Pie also in case anyone wants to try it. This recipe makes enough dough for two crusts.

    Recipe #20984

    1 Reviews |  By Delish

    This is an easy and basic recipe for a glaze to drizzle over cinnamon rolls if you don't want a thicker frosting. You can also drizzle over quick breads or muffins.

    Recipe #140487

    Very classy-looking, fairly inexpensive homemade gifts. Time does not include cooling/setting time in fridge.

    Recipe #97913

    11 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Your basic pie pastry recipe along with tips to help you make a most deliciously tender and flaky crust. From an article in my local newspaper

    Recipe #148258

    This is really more a tip than a recipe - It is so ridiculously easy. After hunting high and low for the recipe for restaurant yeast rolls/bread that are served in many chain restaurants & steakhouses, I was astonished to learn that very often they merely use pre-made ordinary yeast dough and honey flavored margarine - The secret "recipe" I had been searching for was actually just a method.

    Recipe #17764

    This is my favorite recipe for stock. Different in that it uses a whole chicken which is cooked until done, then removed, and bones are then returned to pot for stock. Kills two birds with one stone, getting about 4 cups of tender chicken to use in your favorite recipe and about 6 cups stock which can be used immediately or frozen. Note the stock is refrigerated overnight to thoroughly remove fat.

    Recipe #118881

    If you swim in a chlorinated pool on a regular basis, the same damage you've noticed happening to your skin and bathing suit, is happening to your hair, as well. Try this treatment at home to keep chlorine damage to a minimum. From Homemade Beauty Recipes.

    Recipe #126541

    Want baby smooth skin? Try this intoxicating skin exfoliant!

    Recipe #46074

    You do not need to be afraid of cooking rice again! lol Real rice is so much better for you than instant. So here is a basic recipe that will have you cooking rice like a pro!

    Recipe #137364

    1 Reviews |  By Sully7

    This is a good way to soak up smells. It is fragrence free and really works! The activated charcoal soaks up the odors and the gel, as it dries, reveals a bit of charcoal at a time so the odor removing properties last a long time! Please don't use bbq charcoal! You won't get the same results at all!

    Recipe #140059

    38 Reviews |  By Lali

    If you use Bisquick and run out, this is a good clone.

    Recipe #12648

    Get ready for the holidays!! I know a company that sells these for $7 each but I like to include them in holiday baskets. I like to make these for the kids to have cider during the fall and winter holidays as a tradition in our very new household. They are very cute and great as a gift. Tie with a festive ribbon and attached to a bottle of apple juice along with the directions. Also these can be made inexpensively if you purchase your spices from a store selling them in bulk by weight.

    Recipe #137885

    This is my mom's playdough recipe that she originally got from an old friend. My mom is the one that started adding the different extracts to the playdough to make such wonderful smelling playdough. My kids and I both love this recipe! It makes a very smooth playdough that will last a very long time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #69733

    Flubber is a blast to make and your kids will spend endless hours playing with it. It is the perfect indoor activity when the snow, rain, or (in my case) heat keeps you indoors. Your kids are limited only by their imaginations when they are given a big, rubbery pile of Flubber to play with. Even older kids will have a great time using it to play practical fart jokes (Windbreakers). Note: Use liquid watercolor for this recipe, do not use food coloring!!

    Recipe #129120

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