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    these are very good little meat/cheese sandwiches. the kids gobble them up. perfect for a lunch/dinner/potluck or picnic. I usually use lunchmeat sliced thin ham but also different meats such as turkey or chicken and they are still great. can use different style rolls or cheeses aslo-mix it up! can be stored in fridge for later heating in the microwave.

    Recipe #431271

    this is a very easy/quick cobbler that can be used with many other fruits such as berries or peaches. I especailly love the mixture of the tart canned cherries with the frozen sweet back cherries. I use bisquick or jiffy prepared baking mix. the sweet crust is good by itself or with ice cream or whipped topping.

    Recipe #394852

    who'da thought prickly pear cactus plants would be delicious! I tried cactus chili at a restaurant and loved it. they taste a bit like green beans. I tried to duplicate it at home and think I came pretty close. my 14 yr old son loves it!I I can't find fresh cactus (flat pad nopales) in my area but I did find some already prepared in a jar at a grocery store in the mexican food isle. if you use fresh you need to clean/cook them first (you can google how to prepare fresh cactus). this chili is not very spicy so if you like it hot use more chili powder. I like v8 vegetable juice and fresh tomatoes but can be made with tomato juice and diced canned tomatoes. it's a very simple recipe that can be altered easily for taste preferences. I am thinking I may try it with ground turkey or chicken sometime. I think it would also be good with no meat for a vegetarian meal. freezes well. makes a large pot.

    Recipe #387584

    my grandma used to make these all the time. my youngest son just loves them! try to keep the pea liquid and half and half equal. you may need to use a little more or less half and half. you can wisk in a little bit of flour to thicken them to your desired consistency. can use whole milk instead of half and half but won't be as creamy.

    Recipe #346511

    My youngest child adores this. It is so quick and easy. Tastes great and keeps well. Good thing to take to a potluck or family gathering as it makes a lot. Can add different fresh fruits--I like grapes and strawberries. Can also add coconut if you like.

    Recipe #269628

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