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This came in a flyer from a local realtor.
A Moosewood Restaurant recipe.
From the LIFE magazine insert in the Sunday paper.
From the Pie Pantry in Belleville, Illinois as published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
From the North American Precis Syndicate as published in the St. Louis Press Journal.
Peanut butter cookies with white chocolate and macadamia nuts. Clipped from the coupon section, from Peter Pan peanut butter and Parkay margarine.
From the St. Louis Post Dispatch, reprinted from the Washington Post. Can be served with crusty French bread, baby carrots, or grapes.
Clipped from the coupon section, in an ad for Argo or Kingsford's Corn Starch.
From a coupon flier for Wesson Oil, Pam Cooking Spray and Orville Redenbacher Popcorn.
A recipe from the back of a "Creamette"-brand shell macaroni package.
Clipped from the coupon section, the Chex Party Mix has a few more ingredients than the traditional Chex Mix.
Clipped from the coupon section.
No Cool Whip, no yogurt, no pudding, just marshmallows and fruit. A family favorite.
A kid-friendly recipe when prepared with less spice, kick it up a notch for the grown-ups.
A very thick, traditional soup made with fresh broccoli and 2% milk.
A simple, traditional way to serve artichokes.
A family favorite from the back of Mr. Dell's brand shredded hash browns.
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