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    A very filling soup

    Recipe #432650

    This is a very easy recipe. It is very good served with soup.

    Recipe #432378

    Another recipe from our family cookbook. While soaking the brains make sure you change the water frequently to keep the water cold.

    Recipe #429909

    This was a regular dinner for us except for the months of September and October. I don't remember why it was not served then, but I'm sure there is a good reason. ;) This is not the original recipe I used to be served, but as close as I could get it.

    Recipe #429668

    This was my Aunts recipe which I love and make quite often. Depending on how moist you like your stuffing, a little milk or egg may be added.

    Recipe #429665

    Powdered milk, mixed as per directions may be used if you do not have access to fresh milk. You can also use canned condensed tomato and pea soup, thus eliminating the need to mash.

    Recipe #429661

    This soup is good and warms your innards, lol. If you don't have access to fresh milk, you may use powdered milk mixed as per package directions, but soup will not be as rich.

    Recipe #429660

    This is very easy and tastes delicious.

    Recipe #429227

    Every family has their own way of making bannok. This is the basic recipe, you may add whatever you like to it. ex: raisins, nuts, any drained can fruit or fresh fruit. You can use milk instead of water if you are in an area were milk is accessable.

    Recipe #429226

    This is from a family cookbook, very tasty

    Recipe #429225


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