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    Trying out this recipe was the first time I had ever made dumplings. I liked it, and think it is a cool cooking technique.

    Recipe #429714

    From the Feb/Mar 2008 issue of TOH. Submitted by Heather Ewald, who received the recipe from her aunt Linda Klassen who was a missionary in Nigeria for 45 years.

    Recipe #447865

    A "...luscious fruit-and-gelatin dish," shared by Constance Fennell in the June/July 2008 issue of Country magazine. I did not include refrigeration time. Prepare this the day before you would like to serve it.

    Recipe #449400

    Found in Taste of Home December/January 1996, submitted by Norma Apel.

    Recipe #475183

    Found in Taste of Home December/January 1996 issue, submitted by Bonnie Durkin. Good for using up leftover turkey.

    Recipe #475525

    Found in the Oct/Nov 1998 issue of TOH. Submitted by Gayle Becker. I did make some minor changes.

    Recipe #447810

    Can be made to keep on hand for yourself, or to package and give as gifts. To give as a gift, place rice mix in pint sized Ziplock bags, labeled with instructions. Found in Dec/Jan 1998 issue of TOH. Submitted by Emily Chaney.

    Recipe #449058

    This is a cool meatball recipe. A little spicy, but still a classic meatball. I have cheated and used canned sauce sometimes, but definately don't skip the fresh basil and mozzerella.

    Recipe #430695

    Tasty and healthier burger option. From Chatelaine's website.

    Recipe #472216

    Super yummy potatoes that are fairly easy to prepare. Fabulous with the fresh herbs, but also good with dried herbs. Red potatoes are best, but other types work as well.

    Recipe #429687

    East Indian flavored chicken. Recipe calls for tenders but I think it would work just as well with skinless, boneless breasts or thighs if you adjust the cooking time (maybe baking for 15 minutes and then broiling). From the Dec/Jan 2011 issue of Taste of Home. Submitted by Carol Dodds.

    Recipe #481649

    Yummy dressing on a yummy salad. Adapted slightly from a recipe found in the Taste of Home Cookbook, originally submitted by Gail Sykora. Can also be topped with crumbled bacon.

    Recipe #481643

    A fruity sauce to be served warm or cold as an accompaniment to baked or grilled meats. Found in the Dec/Jan 1999 issue of TOH. Submitted by Marlene Muckenhirn.

    Recipe #449342

    A tradition for us to use up Thanksgiving Leftovers. If possible I enjoy it even more than Thanksgiving Dinner (I always have been a sucker for casseroles). Found in Dec/Jan 2008 issue of TOH. Submitted by Mary Lou Timpson. A lot of ingredients, and slightly labor intensive, but worth the effort. If you are using leftover potatoes skip steps 3-5, and 12.

    Recipe #449809

    A nice summer, make ahead salad. I've been taking salads to work for lunch, as I often don't feel like hot food during the summer. This has a nice kick to it. Sometime I will try substituting dried cranberries for the raisins. Also if you don't have the turmeric, it's ok, it just adds nice color to the couscous. From Cooking Light June 2004.

    Recipe #434302

    This is a favorite at the daycare where I work, I can't think of one child who doesn't like it, and most have seconds. I also made it for a group of teenagers on a recent camping trip, and they enjoyed it as well. At the daycare we serve this as is with tortilla chips for dipping. However I did up the taco seasoning and also added some canned tomatoes and served with salsa on the side when I made it for the teenagers. We never measure when we make it at the daycare, we just add ingredients until it seems right.

    Recipe #431908

    Found in TOH's June/July 2008 magazine. Submitted by Mike Bass who says you can also substitute feta or cream cheese for the goat cheese.

    Recipe #448460

    These are super fluffy, super yummy pancakes. Courtesy of the Martha Stewart Show. I actually secretly (or maybe not so secretly) despise Martha for being so insanely perfect, but hey, I can't deny that she found an awesome pancake recipe. You can prepare up to and including step 4 the evening before if that makes your morning go easier. It does mine.

    Recipe #430080

    Sounds yummy. Found in a June/July 2008 issue of TOH. Submitted by Dixie Terry.

    Recipe #448363

    Sweet bread with almond filling. From Cooks.com.

    Recipe #472213

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