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    Back in the 80's my girlfriend had just had her first baby and invited me over and made these cookies, this is the first time I had ever tasted snickerdoodles. The next day, remembering how good they were, I called her for the recipe. Have been making them ever since. I like to double this recipe, because at my house these only last a few hours.

    Recipe #11220

    Here are every kind of pie crust you would ever want to make, and the best homemade crusts you will ever taste

    Recipe #10830

    This is an old recipe. I use to love these when the school cafeteria would make these, that was 25 years ago at least. Now, 25 years later, my kids love them just the same.

    Recipe #11298

    I got this recipe off of Regis and Kathy Lee back in 1996. I have not yet tried it because no one in my family likes this kind of stuff, but it sounds so good to me. Please somebody try it and let me know how it is.

    Recipe #11001

    My friend at work made these for a party we were having. They were sooooo goood I had to have the recipe. Now, my family ask me to make these all the time.

    Recipe #11130

    I got this recipe from Oprah. This is a light dish and very tasty.

    Recipe #11422

    I am always looking for ways to make food a little healthier. This is a good meatloaf with some fiber and a few other things that are good for you thrown in.

    Recipe #12677

    This is a spicy, Cajun pasta. You can make it more spicy if you dare. Serve with garlic bread and a salad.

    Recipe #12841

    One day I made this stew for myself (God forbid the kids ever put cabbage in their mouths)They(the kids) accidently ate it mistaking it for my beef stew. They called me on my cell phone and told me that was the best stew I had ever made. I just let it be my little secret about cabbage.

    Recipe #10865

    This cake is one of my favorites. Try it to see of its yours.

    Recipe #11329

    This is a meatless rice dish. It is very good and pretty spicy.

    Recipe #10810

    This is so fun and easy to make. I used to divide the cooled dough up and let the kids help knead it just by playing with it. This is fun.

    Recipe #11412

    This is the easiest cake ever. It tasted like you were in the kitchen for hours (you were, eating the cake). Enjoy.

    Recipe #10681

    This 7 layer salad recipe sounds like a bunch of vegetables thrown together, but every occasion people ask me if I will make this, it is really gooooooood. Overnight chilling not included in preparation time.

    Recipe #11156

    I love these tacos. So does all of my family, which is amazing because there is always somebody who doesn't like what I have cooked.Not the case with these tacos. Make sure and be really careful when cooking the fry bread. I always eat it because it is sooooo goooood.

    Recipe #11221

    If you love pasta as I do, you should like this. This is very light and I love it.

    Recipe #11402

    my husband ask me to make this wonderful cake all the time.

    Recipe #11313

    This is a good dip for veggies or chips.

    Recipe #10812

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