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    Western USA

    This cookbook includes recipes from California, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Alaska and Hawaii!
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    Made with crescent rolls, this is an easy and yummy dessert or snack that bakes up in 15 minutes! Adapted from Country Woman magazine, and was submitted by Nancy Zimmerman in New Jersey.

    Recipe #142032

    This is so good and makes a great gift! Beautiful too, with swirls of white chocolate throughout! Adapted from BHG magazine.

    Recipe #166044

    A great snack, topping ice cream, or sprinkled over oatmeal or yogurt for breakfast! If you can't find lavender, substitute 2 tsp. lemon zest. This is packed with vitamin E and fiber!

    Recipe #172634

    This is an easy sauce using cherry preserves, that is great served alone, or over latkes, chicken, etc. Adapted from Bon Appetit(Dec. 2001) A Russian recipe.

    Recipe #174849

    This is really good and healthy! Just a little trivia about cherries: Cherries were brought to America by ship with early settlers in the 1600s. Cherry trees were part of the gardens of French settlers as they established such cities as Detroit, Vincennes, and other Midwestern settlements. Today, on average, the United States produces more than 650 million pounds of tart and sweet cherries. Michigan grows about 75 percent of the U.S. crop of tart cherries, usually about 250 million pounds.

    Recipe #176274

    So simple with a lovely mouth feel. Nice for a treat for you and your honey! Adapted from Cooking Pleasures magazine(Jan.2005)

    Recipe #155726

    This is posted in response to a request for recipes with plums! Yum! Adapted from BH&G. If you wish, use an already made pie crust!

    Recipe #98843

    I thought this sounded so interesting! From the Mariani web site.

    Recipe #178817

    Great for company, this is simple, yet elegant! Adapted from Great Good Food by Julee Rosso.

    Recipe #180507

    Taken from the Calorie Commando and changed a bit, this is good! The recipe originally called for ground turkey, but I have used mushrooms instead!

    Recipe #116678

    This cake is easy to make and boasts a rich, sweet flavor!

    Recipe #54433

    An Irish recipe gleaned from Cooking Light!

    Recipe #173351

    From Everyday Italian, you gotta try this! There is an inactive prep time of about 2 1/2 hours. Enjoy!

    Recipe #179101

    You will love these! Did you know hazelnuts are a rich source of dietary fiber, vitamin E, magnesium, and heart healthy B vitamins? Adapted from the Hazelnut Council.

    Recipe #193544

    Don't you look forward to a hearty bowl of soup on a cool fall evening? I do! Adapted from Chef2Chef.

    Recipe #193558

    This takes just seconds to whip up and is a good beverage for diabetics. Different! Diabetic exchange: 1 fruit

    Recipe #40545

    Great served with focaccia or crusty bread! Try this with chicken salad or fish! Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine.

    Recipe #159861

    This is so simple and so good. Update: I have changed the sugar ingredient amount from 5 1/2 cups to 2 1/2 cups-5 cups because it is so sweet, you don't need all the amount. Enjoy!

    Recipe #38275

    I got this out of Quick Cooking magazine. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds good!

    Recipe #40542

    The maple syrup gives this dessert a mild, flavorful taste. You will enjoy this!

    Recipe #44326

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