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    In the game forum I tagged recipes for Bisquick mix and also beef stew that required dumplings. This is the original dumpling recipe from BettyCrocker.com that I will be using.

    Recipe #269611

    Quick and easy stir fry adapted from Betty Crocker's newsletter.

    Recipe #266914

    30 minutes to prepare this tasty meal with only 5 ingredients. From Betty Crockers Dinner Made Easy's newsletter.

    Recipe #264127

    Love roasted red peppers and salsa so this will be a big hit. Canned whole tomatoes can be substituted if fresh ripe tomatoes aren't available. Also white wine or red wine vinegar can be substituted for the sherry vinegar. Found on MyRecipes.com and originated from Cottage Livings magazine.

    Recipe #263513

    Anchovy fillets or serrano ham can also be added to these crusty bread slices. Found on MyRecipes.com and originated from Sunset magazine.

    Recipe #263392

    I enjoy sangria and this recipe sounded really good. Found on MyRecipes.com and originated from Cooking Lights magazine. Refrigeration time is cooking time.

    Recipe #263386

    Use your favorite flavor of bagels for this quick and easy sandwich. Another great recipe from Betty Crocker's website.

    Recipe #262393

    Another great recipe I found on Betty Crocker's website. Celery seed is wonderful in tuna salad and the addition of coleslaw dressing will add a little zip. A nice "lunch on the go" sandwich.

    Recipe #262359

    A warm treat in a mug for adults. Found on Mr.Coffee's website.

    Recipe #259499

    A nice cocktail to serve for the holidays. Found on Mr.Coffe's website.

    Recipe #259325

    DH loves mushroom and also rice so when I saw this recipe on FoodNetwork.com from Paula's Home Cooking show I had to post it. Will be making this soon!

    Recipe #258852

    A recipe I found on FoodNetwork.com after watching Paula Deen's Home Cooking - Tailgate Time episode.

    Recipe #258850

    This is a quick and easy pie to put together using cherry pie filling, refrigerated pie crusts, and frozen mixed berries. Adapted from Home Cooking Favorite Desserts cookbook.

    Recipe #253981

    Bacardi Limon is really good and this sounded like a nice citrusy and refreshing drink. Found on a popular mix drink website.

    Recipe #252154

    I love Amaretto and this is a simple way to enjoy it. Recipe found on a popular mix drink website.

    Recipe #252151

    This was my mom's favorite drink when I was younger. I remember my uncle making these for her and I always asked her for the maraschino cherry. Found the recipe on a popular mix drink website.

    Recipe #252147

    A traditional Eastern European dish, strudel is mostly served as a dessert. In this recipe phyllo dough will be combined with cabbage for a savory treat. Recipe found on Recipe4Living's website.

    Recipe #249544

    I found this recipe on Basic-Recipes.com and it sounded very good. Cabbage is one of my favorites and along with ham and apples you cant go wrong.

    Recipe #249499

    This recipe comes from the Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook and it is the best lasagna recipe we have tried. I don't have any trouble finding the page in my cookbook because it has a few stains and looks worn compared to the other pages. The recipe doubles very easily, I use a 9x13x2-inch glass cake pan and it is always filled to the top. Definitely have to have some good crusty bread to sop up the bit of sauce that is left in the pan!

    Recipe #247474

    Pork chops and apples are great together and so was this pork chop bake. Served buttered brown rice, broccoli, rolls and enjoyed! Made for RSC #10.

    Recipe #243411

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