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    Recipe #494418

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    From todays (1/29/13) Rachel Ray show. Serving number is a guesstimate as none was listed.

    Recipe #494416

    This recipe is from the Oster Breadmachine manual that came with my first breadmaker years ago and it is still the family favorite. It makes a 1.5 lb loaf. If your machine does not have a "Mix-in's" signal, add raisins after about 15 minutes.

    Recipe #494226

    Another recipe from my Oster breadmachine book. This makes a 1.5 lb. loaf.

    Recipe #494222

    This recipe came with an old Oster Bread Machine. Even though the bread machine is long gone, I still use this recipe in whatever bread machine I have at the time. Cook times vary depending upon your machine and crust color desired.

    Recipe #494215

    From Nov/Dec 2012 Cooking with Paula Deen magazine. The magazine noted the icing will dry hard. They used colored sparking sugars, colored pearlized sugars, colored sanding sugars, colored pearlized jimmies, candy cane sprinkles, colored sugar crystals, pearlized sugar pearls, edible confetti snowflakes, glitter crystals, nonpareils and dragees to decorate the cookes. It was also noted they used no taste paste food coloring by Wilton and edible silver spray on the cookies.

    Recipe #493399

    This recipe was posted in one of my many cooking magazines. The recipe is from Jenny Humphries of Ocean View, Hawaii.

    Recipe #493396

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    From Cooking with Paula Dean Nov/Dec 2012.

    Recipe #493395

    Found this recipe on "These have always been a childhood favorite of mine growing up in the 70's and they still are today." - Nannette Lorenz (contributor). Posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #490412

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    This recipe is from the website. Posting for safe keeping. I haven't made this yet but it sounds like a quick, rich alternative to traditional pecan pie.

    Recipe #490242

    Just got this recipe from a friend and wanted to post it so I wouldn't lose it. Haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #489716

    From Taste of the South Oct/Nov 2012 Magazine.

    Recipe #489682

    From Taste of the South Oct/Nov 2012 Magazine. Prep time is an estimate and includes pureeing time.

    Recipe #489680

    Recipe posted in the July/August 2012 Taste of the South magazine, courtesy of Donald Nunn.

    Recipe #489679

    Posted int he November 2012 Food and Wine Magazine. Recipe by Grace Parisi.

    Recipe #489678

    From Penzy's Thanksgiving Catalog, submitted by Brohter Aelred. He notes 8 cups dark turkey meat chopped can replace the chicken breast. He highly recommends using the Parmesean cheese rind as it adda alot to the flavor of the soup. Prep and Cooking times do not include stock making time.

    Recipe #489676

    From the makers of Spice Islands Spices.

    Recipe #489674

    This recipe was posted on by Sarah. A bit different from the recipe Chex puts out.

    Recipe #489672

    Posting this recipe for safe keeping. I have not tried it yet. Servings and Yield are estimates as they were not listed. Source: The Girl Who Ate Everything; inspired from the Changeable Table

    Recipe #489670

    From the Cuisine At Home email for 10/12

    Recipe #488506

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