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    This lemon creme is extremely quick and easy to make, refrigerates well, and is delicious over almost any bowl of fresh fruit. It came from the Eagle Brand website (

    Recipe #316057

    This is usually our Christmas dinner soup. Very rich and yummy ... albeit not at all calorie-wise.

    Recipe #307737

    I developed this recipe from ideas I found on a website about Honduras. It takes the "bland" out of tilapia, which is nice for a change.

    Recipe #307590

    This is a healthier version of plum pudding which I believe I originally found in an Adelle Davis book. It is a part of my Christmas tradition which I love.

    Recipe #307588

    These peas have been a part of our traditional English Christmas for years.

    Recipe #307586

    this is the cake that we have been serving our audiences at our church's annual Song of Christmas performances for several years now. Topped with a dollop of whipped cream, it is sweet, moist, and delicious.

    Recipe #307247

    My cousin, who is a children's book illustrator, learned to make clafoutis (klaw-foo-TEE) while she was living with a French family for a summer. You can get the whole story at

    Recipe #307244

    This delicious soup was "tweaked" by our friend Dick and delivered to us one night when I was recovering from a hospital stay along with some cornbread and a salad.

    Recipe #268965

    This is a very easy stew with a rich tomato base -- our newest favorite.

    Recipe #268955

    This is sort of a non-pasta version of lasagna with a lot of vegetables. Quite yummy and healthy at the same time.

    Recipe #268840

    Originally from Better Homes and Gardens, this dinner can be fixed in half an hour, yet could be served to company.

    Recipe #226318

    Originally from the website.

    Recipe #226312

    I originally found this recipe on, the ingredient quantities are quite flexible.

    Recipe #226310

    An easy appetizer from my friend Karylene, who only knows how to make fabulous food.

    Recipe #226298

    Although I had always served a potato casserole with our Easter ham, my daughter-in-law brought her "family recipe" this year and everyone agreed that this was so good that it should become the permanent replacement for my other casserole.

    Recipe #222548

    My son picked this one up from a family cookbook in Arkansas; it has that perfect "southern" home-cooked flavor to it. In many ways, it actually resembles the good ol' "cornmeal cush" that the Confederates were able to make with their rations while campaigning.

    Recipe #209228

    Simple but yummy. When my ds likes lentils, it has to be good. From

    Recipe #209227

    When I was a kid in Ohio, my mother kept mint growing under a dripping hose bib. On those icky, sticky, hot and humid summer days, I fondly remember cold glasses of this refreshing iced tea with its hint of mint, orange and lemon juices.

    Recipe #192442

    This spicy Mexican soup recipe came from a Los Angeles area newspaper some 30 years ago.

    Recipe #169881

    This versatile dough can be baked right away or kept in the refrigerator up to one week before baking. I have used this dough for everything from dinner rolls to hamburger buns.

    Recipe #169880

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