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    OMG - I made this tonight and I haven't tasted a soup this good in a long, long time. I had some Velveeta cheese left over, and saw this recipe in my recent Kraft Food and Family magazine. This is also so incredibly easy. Try it....trust me....you will LOVE it!

    Recipe #283748

    This comes from my "Taste of Home" magazine (Apr/May 99). I had always just opened a can of Manwich for dinner, but one day I dared to make "real" sloppy joes, and well, there's no going back now. Trust me, they're fabulous!

    Recipe #104644

    As everyone knows by now, most of my recipes come from a "Taste of Home" recipe magazine. This is by far our favorite spaghetti sauce. It is so thick and meaty that sometimes my boys just pour it over a piece of garlic bread and eat it like that!

    Recipe #104226

    This is a wonderful Fall recipe. It came from a "Taste of Home" magazine. It is warm, filling and makes quite a bit. One of our favorite soups!

    Recipe #103679

    It's funny....when going through recipes to find one to post, each recipe brings back a memory. This is from a girl I met when our boys were in pre-school together. The boys are in college now, so this is a tried and true recipe. Anyway, this cake is fabulous. You can also substitute blueberry pie filling for the cherry. What I've also done is made these into mini muffins. I put a little batter into each muffin cup then put a tad of cherry pie filling onto each of the muffins, and voila, you have these buttery muffins with cherry filling hiding inside. YUMMY!

    Recipe #101656

    When my son was in "Delightful Day" pre-school (he's 14 now) they had a Thanksgiving Day Feast. They served this recipe. However, instead of baking it into loaves they made mini muffins.To date, this is by far the best pumpkin bread/muffin I have ever had. Very easy to make and soooo moist! Such a pleasure to pass this along to everyone at this wonderful site! Enjoy! PS - This freezes great! Get a jump on holiday cooking!

    Recipe #101376

    Phew....that's a long name. Anyway, I have had this clipping from a Woman's World magazine forever! The picture is just stunning and I can't wait to try it. It look decadent, professional and oh, so yummy. If someone tries this before I do, please let me know...

    Recipe #330657

    I saw another recipe posted for a Popcorn Candy Cake. It's a little bit different than this one (and actually looks fabulous). I think I cut this recipe out of one of the Taste of Home Magazine inserts. It's definitely for someone with a sweet tooth. Kids would love this.... The time noted is the time for the cake to set.

    Recipe #330587

    I have this wonderful file full of recipes I have yet to try. This is one of them. I cut it out of a magazine. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #330584

    I have this wonderful file full of clipped recipes that I'm dying to try. I'd thought I'd share them with my friends at Zaar. I believe I found this one on the web somewhere, but that's all the information I can give you. It looks fabulous... I have to admit that the serving amount is a guess, as it is not listed on the recipe....Sorry! (As well as the preparation time....)

    Recipe #330390

    I have a number of "clipped" recipes in a file. These are recipes I haven't tried yet, but they look great. I've decided to share them with my friends at Zaar. This came from a magazine during the Holidays. This is one I'm going to try real soon.

    Recipe #330381

    My husband went to see his mother the other day, and she lives at a beautiful assisted living facility. They have a professional chef that works there, so the meals are incredible. The day he was there, he noticed that the chef at made a real comfort meal....chili macaroni. He came home craving it. So, I looked through all of the wonderful recipes here on Zaar and then combined them all together and came up with this recipe. My husband absolutely loved it.....I hope you do, too!

    Recipe #293007

    Ok...I put together my own sandwich the other night. I posted it on the community forums and got some wonderful reviews, and requests that I post this sandwich. First I want to give credit to some people who made suggestions and gave advice....Becky in Wisconsin is the person who recommended the name...the "TLD" Sandwich (after my screen name "T"ree "L"uee "D"ee), Andy in PA suggested putting banana hot peppers on the sandwich, and Uncle Bill suggested putting shredded lettuce, sliced black olives, hot peppers and some sliced dill pickles on it! Thanks to everyone for encouraging me to post this sandwich. It really is incredibly good, and it lends itself to a lot of adaptations.... Have fun with it! NOTE: The Sandwich I made did not include any of the "optional" items. Also, the ingredient amounts are just a guess. I just made the sandwich with what I had handy in the house and didn't measure anything. So, if the ingredients seem like too much or too little, adjust to your taste!

    Recipe #287629

    Today I received the "free" Kraft Food & Family magazine in the mail. This cheesecake recipe was in the book. I plan on making this soon, so I thought I'd post it for everyone! Enjoy! (NOTE: the cooking time includes refrigeration time!)

    Recipe #194008

    A good friend of mine got married this summer and the reception was at her house. One of her relatives made these, and let me just say....OMG....incredible and easy!

    Recipe #146596

    I found this in the current issue of "Taste of Home" and tried this on my Christmas turkey. It turned out beautiful. The color, the smell, the taste--out of this world. And very easy! Enjoy! I personally prepare my stuffing in a pan outside the bird, but you can stuff the bird with a stuffing of your choice.

    Recipe #107683

    I've been making this recipe for years. I used to put it in individual bags for the kids when I was a room mother. Anytime there's a party at my house, there's always a bowl of this on the table. And by the end of the party the whole bowl is empty. It's wonderful! Also get creative....try different cereals and different types of peanuts (Spanish, pecan, etc.).

    Recipe #107589

    As usual, this recipe came my newest "Taste of Home" magazine (Dec/Jan 05). The description read that it's a comforting side dish and spoons up as sweet and creamy as custard. I honestly never, ever thought that this would be something I or my family would like. However, I took one look at the picture that was posted in the magazine of this corn pudding and I was hooked. So, today (Christmas Day!) I made this Sweet Baked corn Pudding, and it was a WINNER! My husband and I just delighted in every bite. However, at first my sons were a little hesitant to try it, because it was something new. I said, "All I ask if that you take one bite, that's it, please!" So, they did, and they said that they NEVER want just regular corn again. It was that good! I hope you enjoy it too! tree luee dee

    Recipe #107123

    These are so easy and fun to make. I got the recipe out of an old Pillsbury Cookbook that focused on making recipes using refrigerated biscuit dough. The last time I made them, I was watching my neighbor's twin boys (they're 4 years old), and they got to help with these. They were just thrilled and felt like actual chefs. I think it was almost like playing with play dough for them. They got to take a plate home to their parents and they were so proud. This recipe says to make them in regular-sized muffin tins, however, you can also use mini muffin tins. If you do use mini muffin tins, you'll use the same method except that you will split each biscuit of dough in half. Then roll it out just slightly (not into a 4-inch circle) and place the dough into the mini muffin tins. Also, you'll obviously have to decrease the amount of pie filling and streusel you put on the minis, too.

    Recipe #106901

    This is my DH's FAVORITE, FAVORITE cake. A wonderful woman who worked with me at a real estate office made these at Christmas and gave them to everyone. Instead of a bundt pan, she prepared these in mini loaf pans and gave them to everyone in the office. When I brought this home and we tried it, WE WENT NUTS! My husband begged me to get the recipe from her. Ever since, I've been making this in a bundt pan. But you can, like I mentioned, make it in mini loaf pans, regular loaf pans or even make them into muffins. WARNING....it is SOOOO good. I also apologize because I cannot remember the name of the woman who initially made this for me.

    Recipe #106509

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