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    I found this on Pinterest under a pound cake but renamed it to a bread. That way I can make two and freeze one or make a pan of mini breads for giving as gifts. This is yummy and we put butter on the slices with our coffee. You may use a bundt pan if you want to.

    Recipe #509212

    A few years ago I came upon a sauce that was so good but........... I altered it quite a bit to fit our family. This is now the best sauce I have ever had and if you follow the measurements, it will come out the same every single time. I use Tuttoroso brand in the puree, paste, and sauce because that is the one my friend's mother always used. She was from Italy and made the best sauce in the world. Hubby loves it and comments on it whenever we have it which is once a week. It freezes well and is great with meatballs even thought there is a lot of meat in the sauce. Serve it with garlic bread and you will be sooooo happy.

    Recipe #499498

    This is so healthy and so good. My youngest granddaughter was here and I made it for all three of us. She loved it and wants her mom to make it. Just bake the potatoes and your half-way there. It is not hard to prepare and yummy.

    Recipe #450033

    Cardinals love pomegranates.

    Recipe #443094

    A dear friend gave this to me to make while our granddaughter stayed with us for a week. I was trying to find all these easy and different little meals that she would enjoy and would not be much work for me. This is the easiest Macaroni & Cheese I have ever made and is yummy. Hubby and granddaughter liked it, too. I used Hood's Country Style cottage cheese but any would be fine. You don't have to cook the pasta before putting it in the oven. This is unbelievable. The oven does all the work. Talk about lazy.....this is my kind of dish.

    Recipe #438249

    This is a yummy candy that I make each year to put in amongst (if that is a word) my cookies on the trays. It came from a Better Homes & Garden Candy Cookbook back in the '60s. It is one that is easy to make and comes out great every time. It is very tasty and has a great crunch if you are sure to bring it to the hard crack stage.

    Recipe #438245

    These are easy and just enough sweetness to make them so yummy. These are not a hot appetizer as some are. If you want them hot, make a hot sauce for them as the hot would go with the sweetness. Wishbone used to make the dark Russian Dressing but I haven't been able to find it lately. Catalina will work. I mix this up early in the a.m. and it is all marinated by supper.

    Recipe #421154

    This is an easy one to make using leftover chicken and frozen broccoli. Crepes make an elegant dinner but they are easy once you get the crepes made. I use Bergy's Recipe #19104 for the crepes or you may use your favorite. This is one that I have used for years even before Zaar came into being. Thanks Bergy for posting it. The time listed does not include making the crepes.

    Recipe #415531

    A great combination with some fried rice. These are still fried in fat but oh, so good. I used Bergy's Recipe #19104 or use your favorite saving a little of the batter for sealing before you fry them or you could use a slightly beaten egg. Preparation time does not include making the crepes.

    Recipe #415530

    You can use your favorite Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe or you could buy some already-made cookie dough to make these deep dish cookies which are baked in 4" ramekins or other small baking dish. Make as many ramekins as you need and then make cookies from the rest. When they are taken out of the oven, let them sit for a few minutes and then top them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. You could drizzle some hot fudge sauce over the top of the ice cream or dress them up in any way that you want. NOTE: They would not allow me to put in the 4" ramekins but you will need one ramekin for each person. The photo that I submitted is in an oval ramekin and I got them in the dollar store for, you guessed it, $1.00, and they are suitable for the oven.

    Recipe #412986

    This is a recipe that you don't have to mix up a big batch--you only have to mix what you need. I never buy this spice so when it is called for, I make it because I don't need it very often and spices are expensive except when you buy them at the health food store.

    Recipe #412266

    I found this wonderful recipe on another site and then modified it a little. There were two recipes there and I chose this one to make because I prefer chopped nuts on a cheese ball. It is so pretty and great for the Super Bowl.

    Recipe #412252

    This is my grandmother's recipe for Brown Bread. It is good and goes great on a Saturday night with Recipe #213326. It is very easy as long as you are going to be around for three hours in order to steam it.

    Recipe #412106

    This is a great recipe to use up leftover cake, bread, cookies, doughnuts, etc. When my kids were little I always seemed to have leftover stuff that got thrown away. When I found this recipe I would use it and make Brown Bread. You can put scraps in a baggie in the freezer and when you have enough, make this recipe. The only cookie or doughnut I didn't use was a chocolate one, but probably it would come out fine.

    Recipe #412105

    This recipe goes back for many, many years. Grammy made this every Christmas and everyone loved it. It is easy to make as it doesn't have a lot of strange ingredients. It is served with a Sherry Sauce that is out of this world. It makes the pudding. FUNNY STORY---Our family does not drink anything with alcohol in it. My grammy was a stickler for this, but when it came to her hard sauce for the pudding, she reached for the bottle of sherry. When grammy needed a new bottle (which wasn't very often) she would go down to the "package store" (this what they called them then) and when she got near the store she would walk a little slower. After looking every way, to make sure that no one saw her, she would pop into the store to buy the sherry. Then she would do the same thing when she came out. She would rather have died than someone see her in a "package store". At any rate, everyone loved her Christmas Pudding and Sherry Sauce. She always made it with suet but I guess it could be made with any fat---butter, crisco, etc. I have hesitated to post this because of the fact that we don't drink, but we do like this and I wanted to save it with all my other recipes for my kids. I hope you will enjoy it, too.

    Recipe #411883

    This was in our local newspaper and I cut it out so I could share it. Headache, vomiting, swollen ankles and feet, fatigue far out of the normal fatigue felt, and disorientation are some of the signs of hyponatremia. Sports drinks with sodium in them can prevent it. You can make your own replacement fluid at a fraction of the cost at the stores, but make sure you mix up enough for the whole exercise or practice session.

    Recipe #406604

    This is so easy to make as you just put everything, except the cherries, in a bowl and mix it, adding the cherries last. It is so pretty and so good. It is nice with a cup of tea or for giving in a pretty little basket along with some tea. You could put a pretty tea cup in the basket, too. If you like fewer cherries, use the lesser amount; I like more so I use the whole jar.

    Recipe #399533

    When I was little my mom made this recipe a lot. It was during World War II and it was very inexpensive to prepare. I loved it. I guess you would call it a comfort food for me as I was always so happy when I asked, "What's for supper" and Ma answered, "Chop Suey". She never called it "American Chop Suey" except on her recipe card. It was always "Chop Suey". I can't believe that I haven't posted this as I still make it often. I guess I figured it wasn't fancy enough and everyone knew about it, but because I don't want to lose it, I am posting it now. You will have most the ingredients in your pantry and freezer--there are only five plus salt and pepper.

    Recipe #391289

    I don't know who Grandma Rose is but if she is a "grammy", it must be good. This recipe came in a flyer from "The Chosen People" featuring "The Fall Feasts of Israel." This recipe is for a sweet snack for Rosh Hashanah. It has been a three-generation recipe in Grandma Rose's family. It probably goes back even further, as most family recipes do. Perhaps Moses mom baked it, considering that most of the ingredients were around in Bibical times.

    Recipe #390751

    Cobblers are an easy way to get a "pretend pie". They are easy to make and soooo good. It makes a dinner end with a real treat. You can make them with the wild blueberries which have tons of flavor, or you can use the frozen ones. This may be doubled and put in a 9"x13" baking dish.

    Recipe #390551

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