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    I got this recipe from Catherine Newman years ago and have only altered it slightly. After trying canning tomatoes (sweaty! hours of work!), I've turned to this as my primary way to get the summer's delicious tomatoes stored for winter use. My husband has been known to come by and pop entire half-tomatoes into his mouth after they've cooled, so I have to hurry and turn them into sauce!

    Recipe #518026

    This is one of my favorite ways to use the glut of homegrown tomatoes in late summer and early fall. I'm entering it to keep from losing it. Thanks to Catherine Newman, the original author.

    Recipe #506059

    This is my modification of the best recipe in my mom's Junior Auxiliary cookbook. I've decreased sugar and oil without compromising the flavor or texture... I have to give out the recipe every time I share the bread! Recipe is for two loaves worth of batter.

    Recipe #499209

    Received this in an email and want to save where I can find it later. Brats and onions slow-cooked 6-8 hours with beer; sauerkraut is stirred into onions at the end to keep it crisp.

    Recipe #487277

    This is dark and rich and delicious! I can't go to Thanksgiving or Christmas without bringing a couple of batches of this in clear plastic cups topped with whipped cream... kids and adults alike select them over all the other desserts offered. (I recommend dutch/alkali processed cocoa, but it is fantastic with typical grocery-store cocoa as well.)

    Recipe #483720

    I got this recipe from Shirley Baker, the mom of one of my college roommates. Her family cookbook is still one of my prized possessions because every recipe is a great one! These are hyper-fluffy; I make them with white whole wheat flour to help make them a bit more healthy. Kids love them.

    Recipe #481368

    This is based on the divine "Why I Joined Zaar" carrot cake by Lennie, but with many modifications to make it a bit healthier for my family. We use this as a breakfast muffin, but I also get raves when I frost them and serve them as dessert.

    Recipe #481303

    I got a recipe from friends after tasting it (divine!) but was a little aghast at how much sugar and butter was required. I made it a few times, adjusting the amounts each time, and this is where I've ended up... and it's healthy enough for an everyday treat for us rather than just special occasions. (I also added cinnamon and nutmeg because I love that oatmeal-cookie taste.) Note: The original recipe says it serves six. Ha. In our house, it's more like three. Delicious with yogurt, fruit, ice cream, or any combination of the three.

    Recipe #481301

    This powdered hot tea mix flavored with orange, cloves, and cinnamon has been a favorite of mine since childhood... and is now a favorite inexpensive gift for friends and family. Our family can't go through fall or winter without it! (The vitamin C, cinnamon, and cloves are all proven germfighters, too!)

    Recipe #465490

    This is a healthier version of the no-bake cookies we all know and love. Lots of cocoa, more oatmeal (we use regular instead of the quick-cook kind for even more oaty texture), and less sugar and butter make us feel a little less guilty for indulging!

    Recipe #431467

    This is a recipe for banana bread using the famous Herman yeast starter. If you need to get the starter going, search for a separate recipe titled Herman Starter to do so-- or beg a cup off of a friend who has it!

    Recipe #424556

    These cinnamon sweet rolls are made with the famous Herman starter. If you don't have your own hanging out in your fridge, search for "Herman starter" on Recipezaar to get one rolling. Delicious! I'm adding my collection of Herman recipes as time allows, so check back for more Herman options. If you have more of your own, please share!

    Recipe #420409

    This is a cinnamon topping coffeecake made with the famous Herman starter. If you don't have your own Herman in the fridge, search for Herman starter here on to get it started, or beg a cup from a friend who does. Well worth the little bit of extra effort! Topping ingredients are listed within the recipe to keep them separate from the batter ingredients.

    Recipe #420381

    This is a recipe for the yeast starter affectionately called "Herman." It's kept in your fridge and fed every five days. I'll be entering more recipes for Herman as time permits, so come back and search every once in a while!

    Recipe #420209

    This is a recipe for biscuits using the Herman yeast starter. If you need to get the starter going, search for a separate recipe titled Herman Starter to do so.

    Recipe #420136

    This light, delicious dark chocolate cake is flavored with strong coffee. My sister-in-law, a devout Christian, gave me the recipe (and named it in honor of the amount of temptation it creates when it's sitting on your counter). We love the taste beyond all reason, but I also love that it's made with pantry staples; no extra trips to the grocer are necessary! Ganache recipe at the bottom makes a GREAT finishing touch.

    Recipe #413250

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