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    This is my absolute favourite and just a little different from all the others I have seen. The whole wheat flour makes all the difference

    Recipe #184727

    A wonderfull creamy leek soup that can be eaten hot or cold. From that great old dam of cool books

    Recipe #184566

    We dont eat marshmallows due to the horse byproducts in them so this is something I fashioned to make up for the camp smores my kids cant have. They are decadent and delishious. For each serving you will need small squares of tin foil about 1 foot square Note recipe is for one serving I seem to be getting a lot of reviews that have nothing to do with this recipe but objections to my discription. So as I cant respond to the reviews, I will clarify here. Gelatin contains connective tissues of pigs, cows, horses, and if you get the kosher variety fish. Marshmallows contain gelatin. I am adding the following links for your purusal. I am saddened that my ratings are being affected by a misunderstanding. Even if you dont like my discription it would be nice to know if you like the recipe which is really the important part of this> I offered this recipe that my children and friends really like for your enjoyment. its good to know your ingredients

    Recipe #181853

    Nothing out of the ordinary here but well worth the fuss of making and eating :)from Betty Crocker's Salads, 1977.

    Recipe #181118

    This must be a left over from the 70's but it is oh so good and in my house its a kid pleaser. Don't let the unusual ingredients through you off this has to be tasted to be a preciated

    Recipe #180188

    A wonderful cold raw tomato soup. Once the tomatoes and cucumbers are plentiful and the herbs are up this becomes a summer staple. It's almost a liquid salad. Fresh herbs and veggies are best but canned and dried can be substituted in a pinch.

    Recipe #179785

    I made this by accident the other day and it was so good my 9 year old and I made another batch for lunch the next day

    Recipe #167933

    Had this tonight it was so good I just had to share. It is based on Rachael Ray's Salmon Cakes with modifications by me.

    Recipe #157686

    This is an aquired taste, it is very simple and very good for you, as well as being traditional. It is an aquired taste but oddly addictive. This is full of vitamins and very cheap easy winter comfort type food.

    Recipe #157575

    Came up with this one years ago, I have never seen another quite like it. Quick light and easy. If you are short on time this can be approximated with a package of pre-made potato soup with leftover boiled potatoes and lots of dill (dried or fresh) added.

    Recipe #157573

    Rich and thick. Almost a stew,it makes a great light winter meal. Uses 1 pot and 1 cutting board and a salad bowl, easy on the clean up I added a dollop of sour cream and a sprig of parsley for presentation. SIDES spinach salad whole grain rolls.

    Recipe #157571

    Our holiday favourite

    Recipe #148668

    This is my favourite eggnog. The measurements are approximate. Tasting as you go is important for good results. (but not too much tasting :-) This makes a really potent eggnog.

    Recipe #148666

    I like to use the leftover syrup from this recipe mixed with orange juice or in other recipes

    Recipe #148663

    Awesome for thanksgiving

    Recipe #140693

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