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    I think you are going to like this as much as I do! I stumbled on this copycat accidentally when I used an online recipe for a facial mask. I tweaked it to be more effective and I'm sharing here all the tweaks and additions that work for me. I have adult Rosacia which causes teen like acne, redness, sensitivity, blackheads and large pores. Even though I clean my skin as I should, rarely wear foundation and use non-comedogenic sunscreens, I still have issues especially with blackheads and large pores. Biore strips are portable and fast but don't always work. This is neither portable or fast and it is more messy. It takes 30 seconds to prepare but sits on your face 25 minutes or so but it is so worth it because it is fun, easy, effective and frugal..and it feels good! Like getting a mini facial. Is it as good as a one time use of Biore' Strips to simply remove blackheads in a hurry? No. It is only better in terms of self-satisfaction, cost and quantity of product. I'm sharing another product that is readily available and inexpensive that I use in conjunction with the Biore' Copycat. I (and a lot of other people in the know) use plain ole' Milk of Magnesia to keep my pores looking smaller, as a under makeup primer and mattifying agent and as a way to dry up my breakouts and minimize new blackheads from forming. It even helps keep my glasses (Plastic frames that don't have nose pads) from sliding down my nose when I look down! Love it!

    Recipe #455675

    What a is a buckeye? Well, popular in Ohio it's a no-cook pb+choc ball that is really easy to make, especially if you get the kids to make the balls! The pb filling is similar to the inside of a reece cup. These buckeyes are best kept in the freezer. I've tried recipes that call for chocolate chips, baking chocolate, wax and different fillings, but the filling in these seems easiest to work with and ends up being nice and shiney too, plus the choc. bark coats much nicer than any combo of choc and (yuck) parafin wax and you can't beat the texture right out of the freezer! If you have one, store them in a big plastic gallon ice cream tub. Recipe came from my friend, Nicki Shumway. I'd rather eat hers than make them, but hey...when you need the recipe, you need it!

    Recipe #281238

    Posted by request. This is the only potato salad my eldest daughter, Chelsey will eat. Here you go, sweety. Be sure and follow the directions carefully! Enjoy. The instructions are designed for a juvenile cook.

    Recipe #280984

    This is a recipe my DH makes. He got it from Nana (his mother) who got it from someone in New Orleans. It is so very good. I could eat the whole batch! Eat with herb crackers, butter crackers, celery, etc. The optional ingredients are courtesy of my first reviewer.

    Recipe #273111

    When I was brought this meal by a wonderful lady after having a baby, I thought I had died and gone to comfort food heaven! I loved the recipe and when she told me the ingredients I was stunned that something so good could be so fast and easy to throw together and less than 5 ingredients! This is a great last minute dish idea for potlucks or get togethers and nobody quite believes that it is four ingredients! You can make it your own..but here it is in its simple original form: We prefer not to overdo it with the cracker topping ...and by all means try to eat it in one day. The crackers get soggy overnight in the fridge. Update: I made this using leftover turkey and added some frozen veggies. It wasn't as good as just the easy peazy recipe as stated. So, do make it your own but be sure and try it just like this first so you know how it is supposed to taste. Simple is better, here.

    Recipe #273061

    Get your big stew pot out and make some of this for a snappy cold night! This is comfort food at its finest and has been known to make people go off their diets! Tee hee, make it your own..there is plenty of room for adjustments with this one! Here are the basics:

    Recipe #270512

    I got this recipe out of the 9-07 edition of Guideposts. These babies are GOOD and I can see why the forward said that if you only memorize one cookie recipe in your life to let this be the one. A very nice cookie

    Recipe #253741

    This was adapted from another meringue recipe that I got online. What can I say...it's all about the chocolate. I like these two ways...undercooked and chewy/crispy and dried hard and more crisp-ety. These make excellent gifts when dried all the way because they are supposed to keep a long time.

    Recipe #252336

    In order to make this recipe, courtesy of my DH's brother who know longer is able to see. You can use your favorite pimento cheese recipe but of course we think it has to be Recipe #251120 . This is great for tailgate parties or Superbowl games. Don't forget the Fritos Scoops! Also great as a Tortilla filler, in a rice bowl, with raw veggies, etc. Prep time does not include Nana's Pimento Cheese prep.

    Recipe #251379

    Very Very tasty. You have to try it to believe the taste sensation. My instructions are always very thorough and more information than most experienced cooks need, so don't be scared..this recipe comes together very quickly but there is not any passive cook time...it's all active. This recipe calls for Robert Rothschild Farms Apricot Mango Wasabi Sauce. It would NOT be the same without it and if you haven't discovered their sauces, jellies, jams and mixes I encourage you to find some. You can use any large firm squash with a diameter of at least 2 inches at smallest part.

    Recipe #251339

    This is something I put together while trying to make a quick bread side with only three pieces of buttered thick french bread from yesterday. I used 1 inch thick bread, but I believe it would be better with a 1/2" slice. It was really really good. I will definately be making again.

    Recipe #251261

    Another favorite from Nana (DH's mother). I like my own potato salad called Recipe #250856 but hers is so good too. Of course, my DH secretly (or not so secretly when we are at her home) prefers his mothers--after all, he's eaten it for 40 something years!

    Recipe #251150

    My DH's mother, Nana makes this cold cornbread layer salad for us when we are up for a visit....if we are lucky. I asked and asked for the recipe and one day I was delighted to get an envelope with her handwritten recipes so we can continue the tradition. Prep time INCLUDES chill time of 3 hours and time to make the jiffy mix cornbread. Nana says that you should only use Jiffy in this cause other cornbreads just aren't the same-I think that's because it's sweet.

    Recipe #251144

    In South GA, it gets HOT! As a diabetic, my DH's mother (Nana) eats a little of this to cool down and to raise the blood sugar a bit. I don't know about that...I just think it's an interesting combo of ingredients (unlike others posted on Zaar) that I can't get enough of....but she's right about one thing. Little squares of this is great to pop on a really hot day! Cut into little squares and put into a airtight container..it stays soft enough in my freezer to eat right away. This is easy to double and/or freeze in individual serving cups for the Holidays. Put the individual cups in freezer bags. Cook time is freeze time

    Recipe #251138

    Much less expensive than store bought. Great for cookies, cakes, etc. Also, can add a drop or two of extracts to make the sugar also taste and smell good. Multiply amount to make as much as you need, but a little goes a long way, visually.

    Recipe #251133

    Pecan clusters that are sweet, crunchy and salty and white-cholately. Recipe is courtesy of my DH's brother who is no longer able to see. I'm preserving a recipe that he made only two years ago at Christmas. This recipe starts with Recipe #251108 and does not include prep time for that recipe. Nice for Christmas...see optional note.

    Recipe #251130

    My husband doesn't usually walk through the door with a recipe, but one day he did as he said that I just had to make this. A lady brought it at work (according to the other Cream Cheese Danish recipes this happens a lot) and my husband said it was gone in 3 minutes flat. It is good, but very rich. Just close your eyes and chew..don't think of the calories :-)

    Recipe #251121

    Nana is DH's mother...and I can't get enough of her pimento cheese. The optionals are the stuff that I add when I want to dress her's up..but for the kids, just the way she makes it is wonderful. We serve it with ritz crackers and celery. We prefer to use the Vermont or Kraft brand of cheese. We like to eat it warm too cause it is more spreadable and who wants to wait till it's cool?

    Recipe #251120

    This is some kind of good. Perfect to bring to potlucks too. Make it the night before to save on some work the day of. Since it makes more than a 13 x 9 pan holds, I make a disposable loaf pan full too (and bring along with me in secret) and give it to the person who loves this brunch the most! I love that!

    Recipe #251115

    This stuff is custom for Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinner. It also makes a great main dish all by itself. I was at DH's Mother's home for Christmas and she made this pan dressing. Just suffice to say...this aint "jusstuffing and by God's grace we will never have another Christmas or Thanksgiving without a big pan of this! I am also posting the giblet gravy which we like on top of this dressing! It takes some time and effort, but completely worth it. His mother is such a wonderful cook, and with her recipes I can carry on the tradition! In addition to the following ingredients, you will need 2 disposable pans (1-13x9 and 1-11x7)(or use glass lined with foil) and nonstick spray. Since I use store bought roasted chicken and stock it shortens the prep time but Nana would just boil a whole chicken in 12 cups of water, cool and de-bone. I make the cornbread the night before...

    Recipe #251111

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