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    This came from a recipe book given to me by my grandmother-in-law. I like it because it cooks in about 1/2 the time of regular (oven) scalloped potatoes, and tastes basically the same. Great for weeknights when time is at a premium, or if you have no room in the oven. (Note, I noticed other recipes for scalloped potatoes call for cheese or other ingredients - this is scalloped potatoes like my mom used to make, basically just white sauce and potatoes. We always eat ours with lots of ketchup on top!)

    Recipe #353866

    Modified version of a recipe found on the web. I was trying to recreate a cookie from a local chain called George's. I think I got it pretty close, these are yummy!

    Recipe #432486

    Based on Miraklegirl's "Crispy Ginger Beef" (recipe #107072). I modified her recipe based on the ingredients I had on hand. The sauce turned out really yummy, so I'm posting my version here for safe-keeping. (My husband and I aren't huge stir-fry fans, so now that I've found a recipe we both enjoy I'd better not lose it...) Of course, the meat and veggies can be substituted for whatever you have handy (or make it meatless if you want).

    Recipe #356407

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