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    This is a traditional Mennonite recipe from the Mennonite Treasury cookbook. It is basically a type of fritter with raisins. For as long as I can remember, my mother served these for lunch on New Year's Day along with Farmer Sausage and dill pickles. This year I tried making them myself and they turned out just as I remember. This will be a New Year's tradition that I hope to carry on. We like them hot right out of the deep fryer but you can also roll them in icing sugar and serve at room temperature. The prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #277254

    I found this at and thought I would post it since I didn't find anything similar here. I love the flavors of cranberry and orange so this bread was a big hit with me even though it is a fairly dense bread. Since I didn't have enough dried cranberries, I added some dried apricots and it turned out nicely. I made french toast out of it as well and it was great. The bread machine makes this super easy.

    Recipe #246339

    This recipe comes from Chef Michael Smith at the Food Network. My fiance and I make this quite often as it makes a quick, light lunch. Would also work great as an appetizer. This recipe is quite versatile so feel free to substitute ingredients as you like.

    Recipe #201570

    I found this recipe on the Manitoba Turkey Producers website and have modified it slightly. I tried it last night & my fiance and I both loved it. A nice balance of sweet & spicy flavors

    Recipe #200171

    I found this recipe in a magazine a number of years ago. It is so easy it has become a favorite recipe of mine. The balance of sweet and salty flavors is nice. You can add other vegetables as desired. I sometimes add bean sprouts, celery and mushrooms to this dish.

    Recipe #166231

    I was looking for a different way to use up some ricotta cheese in my fridge. I found this recipe on and modified it slightly. I like Mexican food and quite enjoyed this dish. It was also quite easy to make. You can make it as spicy as you would like to suite your taste.

    Recipe #165113

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