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    I was feeling creative, and having a seafood craving. I came up with this and decided to keep track of how much of what I was using, so here it is. It seems to be missing something, so maybe you can help?

    Recipe #82118

    We made these for my daughter's class cookie-exchange. We wanted to make something a little traditional, but a little fun, too!

    Recipe #79580

    Here in the southwest, this is a VERY inexpensive breakfast, serving 16 people for about $15 - or $.95/person! It's very robust in flavor, and it's one of my family's favorites. Prep time is a little longer if you don't buy your cheese shredded.

    Recipe #79417

    The classic recipe from the box with a couple minor adjustments. You can substitute the milk powder and water with 2/3 c. regular milk.

    Recipe #79030

    Ah, yes, it's 3:00 in the morning; you hear the baby crying. You go pick him up to comfort him and rock him back to sleep when *BLAT!!!* he spews something just about the colour of pea soup all over your favorite nightshirt. Before you set to the task of trying to remove the toxic waste from your brand new carpet, pop into the kitchen to get this stomach-soothing, sleep-inducing, almost sinfully delicious, spicy tea, (which also serves as a great night-cap) remedy going:

    Recipe #77367

    Recipe #77366

    Keep these TWO fairly inexpensive ingredients on hand for those last-minute holiday party invitations. Great from Autumn through Winter!

    Recipe #76774


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