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    Recipe #118336

    2 Reviews |  By byZula

    I love this recipe! I got it out of Home Cooking magazine about 5 years ago. They come out perfect!

    Recipe #118287

    14 Reviews |  By byZula

    I first made these in 2000. These are my favorite dinner rolls! I got the recipe out of a cookbook that famous country singers contributed to. This was sent in by Steve Wariner. You'll have no room for dinner after you start eating these! I make my rolls a bit bigger, so of course my yield is considerably less then recipe states.

    Recipe #118285

    1 Reviews |  By byZula

    This was submitted by The Bellamy Brothers into a country singer cookbook. These are so nice and light and fluffy! They've been my favorite since I first tried them in 2000! Even better with extra icing! (A tip for you: to slice easily, use thread. Just wrap it around the dough once and pull both sides of thread in opposite directions.)

    Recipe #118284

    I got this recipe from our local Bermudian newspaper 'The Royal Gazette' in the late 90's. It's really a very good recipe (tasty) and makes a nice solid loaf of bread. Great for sandwiches! I love egg bread! This recipe makes 5 loaves of bread. Since I never feel like going through the math and cutting down the recipe; I only use it when there's room in my freezer for the extra loaves. Sad, I know.

    Recipe #118282

    2 Reviews |  By byZula

    I received this through a recipe swap in Home Cooking magazine by a very nice gentleman named Billie A Wesolowski. I'm very thankful to him for such a great recipe. This makes a very delicious loaf of bread. A family favorite since 1999. I've never tried it with the raisins though.

    Recipe #118283

    11 Reviews |  By byZula

    These are great! Nice and easy, and light and yummy. I get about 16 biscuits with this recipe. I like the versatility as well. I add cheese or garlic; whatever hits me at the time. I almost always add extra sugar.

    Recipe #118281

    2 Reviews |  By byZula

    Recipe courtesy Sherry Yard, Pastry Chef of Spago Beverly(from Food Network.com)

    Recipe #118139

    This tastes so good, it's almost sinful! It's a bit costly though and very rich. I first had it at a church luncheon when I was a teenager.

    Recipe #117877

    My boss made these to bring in to work to show her appreciation a few weeks ago. They are delicious! I found the recipe on the Philadelphia Cream Cheese website. They're very easy to make! You could even try different types of cream cheese.

    Recipe #117863

    I first made these in 1999. I got this recipe from off of a Bakers Chocolate Chips pkg. These are really good. Very basic, but to change things a bit; extra peanut butter or half peanut butter chips and half milk chocolate chips really hits the spot!

    Recipe #115816

    My family loves this recipe and I always get requests for it. A great way to get your kids to eat veggies! I've made this almost every Thanksgiving and/or Christmas since about 1997! I usually use about 1/2 a cup or more of cheese. I like to use different types and also to sprinkle it on top. I've never even used the pimiento, and regular onion works just fine. There are many types of frozen vegetable mixes, so choose your favorite! (Some garlic and a little extra seasoning to taste doesn't hurt either.)

    Recipe #115570

    These are so nice and light and tasty! I love these, and so does whoever I make them for. YummY! I like my rolls a little sweet, so I add a bit more sugar.

    Recipe #115326

    5 Reviews |  By byZula

    I love this! I always make it to go with my gingerbread. This is just like Birdseye Custard; but without the lumps!(smile)

    Recipe #113830

    1 Reviews |  By byZula

    I first made this on 06/04/02. Very tasty and easy to make. Fluffier and more bread-like than versions I've tried before. I like to add 1 more tbsp. of shortening and about 1/4 cup of white sugar. I like to use these when I make something for dinner that has a sauce like curry or something. Try different things like adding spices to the dough that's similar to your main dish. My family loves these!

    Recipe #113450

    2 Reviews |  By byZula

    My kids and I love this recipe! Very tasty and the variations are endless! Because this is like pizza; you can add whatever pizza ingredient you love! I add a little brown sugar to the sauce to cut back on acidity and I like to add minced garlic. I received this through a recipe swap in 2000 from Sharon S. Runyan.

    Recipe #112097

    This is a favorite! Very good and very versatile. I got this recipe through a recipe swap; I don't remember who gave it to me though. I like to add fresh garlic and a little brown sugar to the sauce to cut back on acidity. Sprinkling cheese between the layers adds a great touch!

    Recipe #111308

    8 Reviews |  By byZula

    This is a really great and easy recipe. My kids love it; and of course they don't like veggies! I received this through a recipe swap from a woman named Jeannie Lofland. I add fresh garlic to the beef and sprinkle seasoning between layers. I also like to use different cheeses; cheddar can be so oily. Try putting a bit of cheese on top of the beef before adding the other ingredients.

    Recipe #111309

    4 Reviews |  By byZula

    These are delicious! I got this recipe from my aunt about seven years ago. These are nice and light and not too sweet.

    Recipe #111306

    7 Reviews |  By byZula

    I've been baking since I was a teenager and these were the first cookies I ever made. Favorites to this day! Just so you know; it's better to add the ginger to taste. I like to add extra myself.

    Recipe #111307

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