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    I felt like having tuna melts tonight, but didn't want just the same old stuff. (I usually just go for tuna, mayo and lots of black pepper.) This is what I came up with, and it was pretty darned tasty, if I do say so myself. Hope you like it too! (Note: Prep and Cooking times are approximate...I didn't time mine, so I had to guess.)

    Recipe #448422

    My mom's macaroni salad recipe. I leave out the bell peppers because Hubby doesn't care for them, and I chop the onions very fine because I don't like biting into big pieces. I also recommend making extra dressing to add later. The macaroni will absorb the moisture as it sets, which could make the salad seem too dry.

    Recipe #457658

    This is my mom's famous recipe (at least with those who have tasted them) for pickled red beet eggs. They're a must at any picnic, and never go to waste. The longer they marinate, the better they look and taste, so try not to dip into them for at least 3 days. TIP: I like my eggs to be a nice dark pink, and to have plenty of extra beet slices, so I usually double up on the red beets and juice. You can also use small eggs instead of large if you're making them for a crowd. Time does not include cooking or marinating the eggs.

    Recipe #461913

    I translated this recipe from my high school French textbook something like 18 years ago. I know that the ground-up whole orange part sounds a little weird, but don't worry--it keeps the cake from being too sweet, and the slight bitterness the pith adds to it actually works quite well. (Prep time is estimated)

    Recipe #463833

    I threw these together in about 15 minutes for my sister's Memorial Day picnic over the weekend. I made 30 mini pies, and only two were left by the time I went home! They're quick, easy, tasty, and totally customizable! (NOTE: "Cooking" time is actually "Chilling" time in this case.

    Recipe #501108

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