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    Pickled asparagus is delicious, and this recipe was given to me by my best friend, Carole. We get our asparagus in the spring from the Yakima Valley in central WA. Use the freshest dill you can find and pack the spears in quart jars making sure all spears are covered with pickling juice. These are great with salads, in cocktails, or served as a snack. Check out the price at the grocery store. You'll be glad you made your own.

    Recipe #84965

    This is an all time favorite. I recieved the recipe from a cafe in Bayview, ID on beautiful lake Pend Oreille. The ingredients may seem strange, but when you taste this stuff, you will be glad that it makes a ton.

    Recipe #67177

    I found this recipe on the label of a soup pot I purchased a long long time ago. It has been a favorite especially on cold winter nights when served with a crisp green salad and some crunchy bread.

    Recipe #55532

    This makes an excellent dessert after a great meal. Just serve as individual molds or slice off a chunk from a large mold. Surround with fruit. You can't go wrong.

    Recipe #24486

    These are wonderful served as a side dish. My friend, Carole Bonvallet, served these with Christmas Dinner 2001. The main course was prime rib. Excellent!

    Recipe #21260

    This hors d'oeuvre is embarrassingly simple to make and I am always asked to bring it to gatherings. It makes people think I am a great cook! Easy and good!

    Recipe #16555


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