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    A nice sauce to go with burgers courtesy of a Betty Crocker cookbook out of my local library.

    Recipe #229552

    Very easy. Very Basic Salad you can add almost anything to.

    Recipe #224561

    We have these pierogies every year for Christmas and even though it might sound strange it is one of our family's favorites. You don't even have to wait for Christmas! Just a note.. We usually make 2 casserole dishes full and it is enough for almost 40 people.

    Recipe #224555

    For those of you out there who are fond of honeydew melon.Found in a cookbook at my local library called Quickies 2. This would probably work well with cantaloupe too.

    Recipe #165195

    From a book at my local library called Quickies 2

    Recipe #165194

    This came from a magazine that featured Emeril Lagasse about five or so years ago.

    Recipe #158697

    I think this came from recipe goldmine but I can't remember as I've had it for quite a while now. please note that the yield is just a guesstimate.

    Recipe #158696

    I went web-surfing to see if I could find a recipe for homemade pancakes to go along with Toni Gifford's Moo Shu Vegies #137090 because I wanted an authentic taste and due to a little web-surfing this is what I found. I don't know how authentic it is but I'm willing to give it a try. Thanks for the idea Toni and thanks to Tom Fitzmorris for posting it. I haven't made this yet so times are just a guesstimate but please feel free to change it.

    Recipe #150446

    This is the traditional punch I make every year. This punch can easliy be topped up with more juice or pop. We usually just top it up with the pop.

    Recipe #142124

    For my new zaar pals Vicky, J, and Rhondalynne....

    Recipe #141968

    Mom has been making this since we were kids and now she has passed this recipe on to me but I have no idea where it originally came from. You can also substitute tomato soup for the ketchup. Cooking time is also based on our oven which is really old.

    Recipe #136984

    Yet another recipe from a different website. I can't wait to try this one!! Remember that the yield is all guesstimates. Even though these recipes say essential oils you can make them with either essential or fragrance oils.

    Recipe #133698

    Here is another massage oil that I got off a different website. I have no idea how much this makes so it's just a guesstimate.

    Recipe #133697

    This is a recipe I got off of another website that sounded interesting. I have no idea how much this makes so it's just a guesstimate.

    Recipe #133694

    A relaxing and soothing bath for the soul!

    Recipe #130934

    I pulled this recipe out of the air after discovering I didn't have everything I needed to make strawberry shortcake. Cooking time is actual chill time.

    Recipe #126949

    This has all the ingredients of my strawberry pie and is put together the same way.

    Recipe #120098

    Easy to put together and requires no baking.

    Recipe #120096

    I got this recipe off of another recipe site and even though there are alot of ingredients, it's fairly easy to make. You can use it to baste a chicken or as a dipping sauce or both.Cooking time is just a guesstimate.

    Recipe #119013

    This is a very good syrup to use for pancakes and french toast.

    Recipe #117639


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