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    Zaar Stars

    This cookbook is for My Recipes that have 5 or more Star Rating on them. I use this for playing Zaar Stars Tag game in Safari Games. These are tried and true recipes and quite good.
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    This is a recipe from the wall of our old home. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall. Try serving this one with some fresh Whipped Cream or Dulce de Leche Ice Cream. It says serves 6, but really only 3 (with seconds). Enjoy.

    Recipe #223232

    Good stuff. I like it without the cheese, but this is Wisconsin and I think it's actually against the law to not have a minimum of 3 cheese dishes at a party table.

    Recipe #228955

    For hors d'ouevres (serves 4), cut the portobellos in half. To serve this as a meal (serves 2), leave the pizzas whole.

    Recipe #217035

    I was just about to post this recipe and one other came up as nearly the same, although that one is broiled and missing the olive oil. It is a very good dish and the sauce works well with rice. I should try it broiled too, but I don't know if the pan sauce would be as good without the catch from the chicken. The original WW recipe is this one, plus 2 tbs olive oil. This is WW POINTS: 4 Exchanges: 3 Very Lean Meat.

    Recipe #229169

    Spicy and filling. Pork tenderloins are so easy to cook up. Plus, they were on sale this week, so I stocked up.

    Recipe #258314

    Baked Ravioli is a concoction made out of wanting something Italian and needing to clear some things out of the freezer. I usually keep bags of frozen ravioli on hand to make them fried - which is oh so good.

    Recipe #326592

    Chicken Bacon Kabobs is from a card from my grocery store. These are really good.

    Recipe #326703

    Another recipe from the morning news. I think this one belongs to the lady who stars in the show since there is no other credit for it. My kids LOVED this and next to me, they are the pickiest eaters ever. I used the Boboli thin style crust and colby cheese (our preference). ** As stated in reviews, this makes quite a bit for 1 crust. It would be best to use 2 crusts or half the recipe.

    Recipe #285095

    I love rice soups. This idea came from a chicken curry pita my friend was eating.

    Recipe #329284

    There are many crisp recipes on the site, but I didn't find one quite like this one. There are no cans of cherry pie filling here. Yes, you too can make a cherry crisp from scratch, using real cherries! You could use this filling for many other things like ice cream topping, or Toast-tites on the campfire! Yummy!

    Recipe #344757

    ABC Pizza. Creamy and gooey pizza. Out of the ordinary pizza. This is total comfort food. It comes together quickly with the use of premade alfredo sauce and pizza crust.

    Recipe #335545

    Another apple recipe from Gamma Betty. She happens to be the best Gamma baker/cook I have ever known. I got this recipe from her when I was little. Growing up on the dairy farm, I used to watch her in the kitchen, trying to learn how to cook and bake. She had 9 kids and 7 of them are boys, so this lady can make anything and lots of it! Plus we always had fresh milk (the good stuff that you had to shake the cream back down into it), fresh butter (this was the grandkids job), and fresh chicken (this is not a nice memory).

    Recipe #235665

    6 Reviews |  By Myrna 2

    I really don't know how long to prepare these. I got the recipe from an old old cook book 1940"s. It's the only ginger snap recipe I use. Hope you all enjoy. Myrna2

    Recipe #54229

    I like these shakes with fresh roasted pumpkin, but you can use canned if you want. This is beyond easy to make and so very good to eat. I'll bet the shakes would even be good as a malt by adding malt powder. I use Recipe #184985 for the spice called for.

    Recipe #335459

    Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Recipe from Festival Foods, a grocery store in Green Bay. This recipe was featured on the local morning news. I have made this a few times and it is very good. Not too sugary like most bbq in this area. I often don't even add the ketchup, but that is our family's preference.

    Recipe #307740

    Lemon Raspberry Muffins Recipe from Festival Foods, a grocery store in Green Bay. This was featured on the local morning news.

    Recipe #306474

    It does take a little more effort than box macaroni, but it's totally worth it. Besides, it doesn't really take any more time, because you make the sauce while the noodles cook! The added cottage cheese keeps it creamy and cheesy even with less cheddar, no butter, and less oil. If you want to bake it, sprinkle some buttered bread crumbs on top and bake it in a greased dish at 350F for 30-35 minutes. I'm usually too much in a hurry to want to wait for it to finish baking, so stove top macaroni is king at our house!

    Recipe #285376

    This looks sooo good, and not just the regular orange juice mimosas. Another recipe I saw on the morning news. Recipe from Franklin Street Inn

    Recipe #285084

    I love tea. I love apples. This only makes sense for them to come together in this great tea. This makes enough to serve to others, but I usually end up saving it all for myself. You can drink it hot, just skip the step about the ice. I prefer this particular tea over ice though. I sometimes add a bit of honey as well. Note that you need 1/2 cup of mint leaves, plus 4 sprigs of mint for garnish.

    Recipe #344759

    I love apples, and oatmeal. You may use quick or old fashioned oatmeal for this — just whatever you have. Try this with some frozen blueberries or any other dried fruit. I used Craisins and frozen raspberries often. This is another recipe from the wall of our old house. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall. As one reviewer said, it holds well in the fridge, because I usually make mine on a Sunday night, then the kids have something hearty and warm in the morning before the mad dash to school!

    Recipe #223392

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