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    This is an easy and frugal way to make your own laundry soap. Try making your own scents using different scented soaps! This recipe orignally calls for fels naptha soap which you can find at your local walmart or major grocery stores. But I found just about any good soap will work just as well!

    Recipe #107987

    This is an unusual way to make potatoes. When done, the potatoes are a deep golden brown, crunchy and have a slight orange flavor. Found this in "Inspired Vegetarian" cookbook.

    Recipe #106512

    Posted in response to a request for vegan breakfast ideas, these pancakes include no dairy and no eggs...perfect for a healthy vegan breakfast. From the moosewood cookbook.

    Recipe #106139

    A different meal for the crock pot, this dish is easily modified to fit your families tastes and you can add cooked sausage or ground beef to satisfy the meat eaters in your house.

    Recipe #105963

    A quick and easy beverage to enjoy on a cold night of festivities.

    Recipe #105763

    Ever wonder what an elf drinks on a cold winter night? I think i just might have found out. This tasty drink will sneak up on you and keep you warm during your holiday festivities. I stumbled upon this when I got into a creative mode with the holiday spice cola i was trying out that night.

    Recipe #105571

    I love cajun seasoning blends bought from the store, but I thought...there must be an alternative to all that salt in my favorite blend. This is what I came up with modified from sunday newspaper clipping.

    Recipe #105262

    This easy dip is excellent served warm with crackers or a crusty bread. It goes over very well at parties and pleases everyone. For a healthy alternative to bacon use turkey bacon instead.

    Recipe #105034

    Like rocky road ice cream? Then you will fall in love with this easy dessert! Be careful, you will get addicted! These no bake bars are an easy to make treat that everyone will love and should be made in a 9x9-inch pan. Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #104785

    Spicy garlic shrimp...YUM YUM YUM! Flies off the table in seconds. Recipe source: Sunday newspaper.

    Recipe #104454

    A festive punch for your holiday gatherings suitable for all ages and easy to put together in a hurry.

    Recipe #104359

    I found this recipe in a local grocery store flyer. It sounded really good, so i tried it! I made some modifications to suit what i had on hand and my preferences. The results were great and i served with cheesy rice and sweet tea for a country style meal.

    Recipe #104234

    A tasty appetizer for those holiday parties that is very attractive and easy to make. For an interesting and healthy variation try using turkey bacon, light mayo and spinach as substitutes. I like this recipe because there are a lot of variations that can be made with this very basic idea. I hope you like these as much as my family, they disappeared in 5 minutes flat! Cook time is refridgeration time.

    Recipe #103972

    This is excellent served with crusty bread and a salad. A white wine would compliment this very well. Excellent casserole that was a big hit at my house and will be at yours too if you have Italian food lovers in the family. :)

    Recipe #103779

    This recipe reminds me of thanksgiving! You could sub these squares for pumpkin pie they are so good. You'll need a 9x13-inch pan for these squares.

    Recipe #103595

    I love a good cesear salald. Especially if its got another of my favorite ingredients in it, shrimp! I stumbled across this recipe and tweaked it to my own likings. If you don't want to use shrimp, you can use cubed chicken breast or sliced roast beef instead.

    Recipe #102490

    The veggetable and rice salad compliments the broiled salmon in this perfectly for a one dish meal that is quick and easy to make on a busy night, but when you want something that tastes like it took much more effort. For a good variation for the land lovers in your family, try chicken instead of salmon.

    Recipe #102402

    This is a unique and interesting combination of pears and avocados that I ran across while looking for salad recipes in my cookbook collection. I made it and was surprised by the resulting tangy sweet salad that blended flavors very well.

    Recipe #101979

    My mom used to make these to go with her chili on cold days. They are spicy, cheesy corn bread muffins that are excellent. I hope you enjoy them too. You can also use montery jack cheese instead of cheddar cheese. Your favorite salsa works best in these and i have found that home made salsa is the best at making these unbelievable.

    Recipe #101796

    This is a delicious casserole that will remind you of getting a large order of nachos at your favorite restaurant. It looks spectacular coming out of the oven, and it tastes awesome. Just like a big plate of nachos. You might even want to bring this to your next social gathering as an appetizer. To cut the heat down omit the jalapeño pepper and hot sauce, or adjust to your liking.

    Recipe #101636

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