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    19 Recipes

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    25 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    Years ago my grandmother ordered me these recipe cards in the mail that you file in a box that the company provides. I didn't much care for the recipes so we ended the subscription. There was one gem in the bunch, though. It remains a family favorite! (I don't remember the name of the company) I have adjusted the cooking times several times based on different ovens (military, moving, rental houses, unreliable ovens!) so you may need to watch it and cook it more or less based on your oven. It is not a very traditional recipe but it is quick with little mess! You can also make it ahead and just cook it when you are ready.

    Recipe #110646

    3 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    This is a great side for steak or anything from the grill. Don't skimp on the cooking time...it really alters the flavor.

    Recipe #216114

    1 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    This is my version of the Pampered Chef Baked Potato soup found in their Main Dishes Cook book. It is pretty much the same except for more bacon and I have also added my experience of making it in a crock pot. The color isn't quite as nice with the crock pot but it still tastes good.

    Recipe #132538

    I found this on Newf Goodies Dog Treats. I love giving my four legged friends gifts for the holidays. I just use different cookie cutters to make them festive!

    Recipe #109339

    1 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    I love to make cheesecake but always found my cheesecake to be a little dry. I have a favorite recipe that I used but it never seemed like restaurant quality. On a copycat site I read that The Cheesecake Factory bakes cheesecake in a waterbath but forgot about it and couldn't find it again. I found a recipe that explains the cooking method very well. Even if you don't use the recipe exactly, try the method I found on Baking 911.com!! Prep time and baking time is approximate. The website did not offer a cooking time. I guess you have to watch it and know your oven.

    Recipe #109174

    6 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    Our family "adopts" many new people as they enter our lives through the military, college, work, etc. I always ask them to bring a "family tradition" dish with them when they attend holiday meals and then we incorporate their traditions with ours. I have gathered many favorites over the years by doing this and there is a fond memory attached to each recipe. This cookie came from a college friend of my cousin Jane. It is simple in flavor (not too sweet) and is like a cake cookie.

    Recipe #102660

    2 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    My step-mother gave me this recipe in 1991 from a Better Homes and Garden Lite Cooking insert. I asked her for the recipe and got a lot of help but then my step mother found the original recipe! I was so excited (almost as excited as when the Recipe Zaar community found a recipe just like it for me!) These are great pancakes!!

    Recipe #127787

    One year for Christmas, I made all home-made food type gifts. My mom uses this recipe each year to share with co-workers and offered it to me. It is unique in that it has chocolate extract in it for a special flavor. Make sure to use the best ingredients you can get! If you are using it as gifts, you can purchase pretty bottles to put it in.

    Recipe #102865

    9 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    Gosh, there are so many Mac and Cheese recipes! I looked at many before deciding to post my favorite recipe from childhood. My grandmother makes this all of the time. My girls and I love it but the Hubby doesn't like it much. "Too bland" he says. Great comfort food!

    Recipe #109178

    14 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    My Grandmother always makes this for vegetable dip. My cousin makes it and eats the whole bowl herself over time by dipping carrots. This gets better as it sits. Cook time is Chill time.

    Recipe #127872

    2 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    Our neighbor and good friend made these cookies and brought them over. Since then, that's all my husband will eat. My daughter wanted them for her sleep over so we got the recipe. I was surprised to find out that it is the oatmeal cookie recipe from the Quaker Oats box with the cinnamon and raisins omitted and chocolate chips added. She also used the 1/2 butter and 1/2 shortening instead of just butter. These are absolutely wonderful!!

    Recipe #122137

    3 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    Sounds good from Pillsbury.

    Recipe #136064

    1 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    These are wonderful!! They are from the Great American Cookie Cookbook.

    Recipe #122136

    50 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    This recipe is from C.A. Lynd of lyndsgourmet.com. Every year we anxiously wait for Lynd's farm to put out their peaches. They gave us this recipe with the peaches I just bought and it is simple and wonderful.

    Recipe #128494

    2 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    This recipe comes from my husband's cousin. She made it for their family reunion. It is very refreshing and absolutely wonderful!

    Recipe #130141

    3 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    This is not the same as some of the other recipes for the same name. My family was reluctant to try this but loved it! Don't be intimidated by the laundry list of ingredients...they are mostly cans! Cooking time is refrigeration time. The recipe comes from a friend of the family. It needs 24 hours to marinate.

    Recipe #210896

    1 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    My Uncle Bob used to make these when I was a kid. It was a Saturday morning treat. My Grandma Givens would make home-made black raspberry jam for them. This recipe is very simple and very easy to make. I don't know how authentically Hungarian they are but they are tasty!

    Recipe #126223

    18 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    This is a wonderful training treat for dogs. It has the consistency of fudge so you can break off different sized pieces and the dogs can eat them quickly without a mess. It is also "smelly" so your dog can anticipate the treat! You must store it in the refrigerator or freezer.

    Recipe #120199

    6 Reviews |  By MSZANZ

    I found this in the Top Secret Recipe Book and wanted to try it because my husband and daughter drink enough of it to put us in debt. I personally don't get the attraction. Hopefully it is comparable!

    Recipe #124601


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