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    This is from the Flat Belly Diet. It is delicious. The cucumber and lemon are natural diurectics. The ginger and spearmint help relieve bloating. I just really like all these flavors together. I use purified water. Drink this throughout the day. Cook time is the time it is refrigerated overnight.

    Recipe #368368

    From Libby's old newspaper clipping recipe a pin wheel breakfast item

    Recipe #130146

    This is a Swedish recipe for Kladdkaka (Sticky Chocolate Cake), a rich, and gooey chocolate cake. It should serve 8 but at our house it often serves only 2...

    Recipe #503491

    From Sonya. They are great. You can top with chocolate fudge icing.

    Recipe #195543

    From Sonya--used on Recipe #195543.

    Recipe #195700

    some one was looking for this,and thought it looked good

    Recipe #503674

    from darlene kossman very old , farm recipe from tilden ne very simple mrs william brozek i made this when i made my flicky which uses only egg yolks. this recipe REALLY expands its not quite big enough for 9x13 but way to big for the smaller pan maybe 2 rounds

    Recipe #366528

    from darlene kossman she has from hansens kitchen. i liked this one alot

    Recipe #367165

    21 Reviews |  By keen5

    This is really tasty! I love the addition of the sour cream and cream cheese. Mmmmmm! Prep time approximate. I got this recipe from Southern Living cookbook that I bought back in the 70's. It did not give number of servings, but I fed a family of 5 with a couple of them having seconds.

    Recipe #59243

    Great way to use up leftovers and very versatile. Quick and easy comfort food. Serve with a salad and a vegetable for a great meal.

    Recipe #26974

    From Darlene Kossman; uses pork and beans and pepperoni. holy smoolys this is good with the corrections i did for my taste and only used one can but this would be good potluck dinner or for kids

    Recipe #354243

    This recipe came from the boys' Grandmother Loretta. It is very easy to make and tastes great.

    Recipe #423433

    82 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A really nice fireside supper for friends. Taste the Aus Jus first to make sure it's really "beefy" and add another bouillon packet if needed. Edit--if "heat bothers you" start with 1 teaspoon of black pepper.

    Recipe #23232

    A baked pork chop made with a sweet paste, from Darlene Kossman.

    Recipe #349686

    I prefer to use the dried beef from a local deli - ask to have it paper-thin sliced or chipped. I serve this over toasted wheat bread for my DH but it is also good served over a oven-baked russet potato. I found this recipe in the Fannie Farmer Cookbook.

    Recipe #276342

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Here's a quick and simplified version of my Hearty German Farmer's Breakfast - Bauernfruhstuck recipe #120363, and just as delicious! Uses pre-cut frozen potatoes (I use the Ore Ida brand Potatoes O'Brien), onions, bell peppers, and precooked sausage, ham or bacon. Leftovers (if any) are awesome, and may be eaten either warm or cold. Makes a great breakfast wrap, too. Serve with some fresh fruit and your favorite beverage for a delicious breakfast, lunch or supper.

    Recipe #278230

    25 Reviews |  By awalde

    We all like potatoes, but I don’t like stirring them in the pan. For this reason we usually prepare this in the oven: less work, more crispy and less oil! Posted for ZWT7

    Recipe #456890

    Actor Richard Anderson has made many television appearances, but is probably best known for his work on The Six Million Dollar Man. This recipe is adapted from Bon Appetit magazine, February 1978. The original recipe uses raw milk.

    Recipe #465882

    43 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I just love Salmon and I'd say this is my favorite to date. This has an Asian touch. Lots of flavor. I did make this with Salmon but its possibilities are endless like tuna, Mahi Mahi, shrimp, orange roughy... I bet grilled pineapple in this marinade along with the fish or meat would be great! Cooking in a basket will caramelize the fish giving it a crispness and ease in turning it and cooking in foil will keep it moist as well as ease in flipping the fish. Cooking time is up to you I like my salmon very tender so I tend not to overcook it. This is great served on white rice. Leftovers would be great on a salad. The picture here is the salmon made under the broiler.

    Recipe #87908

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