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    A friend brought these to a home schooling group meeting as a treat for the kids. They were so good that my granddaughter asked that I get the recipe and make some. I did, and have made them many times since.

    Recipe #106346

    This is one of my granddaughter's favorite. It is wonderful fresh from the oven and served with spaghetti or with a hearty soup (see some of my soups). Slather it with butter for a high calorie treat. It smells soooo good baking. The best part is you don't have to shape the loaves. Just mold them and put them on a baking sheet free form. If they look irregular that is O.K.

    Recipe #106267

    These are the very best Onion Rolls you will ever taste because they are made with sauted onions, not raw--sauted in butter! They are rolled up and sliced and put in a pan to rise. The leftover rolls, if you have any left, make a great sandwich.

    Recipe #106062

    I have been making this easy, yummy pan bread for quite some time. Everyone loves it. Great with soups in the winter. It doesn't take too long to make as the total preparation time is about 1 hour and 45-50 minutes.

    Recipe #105959

    This is a hearty soup loaded with healthy goodies. Could be a vegetarian soup--just leave out the meat. Plenty of protein and plenty of veggies. It is a one-dish meal along with some homemade bread and a salad.

    Recipe #105756

    A delicious Maine Hermit recipe that I have been making for years. Moist and just the right mixture of spices and raisins. Great with coffee and for dunking! You might be thinking--Where is down east? To Mainers, down east is down in the most eastern part of Maine. To others in the country, down east IS Maine.

    Recipe #105564

    If you like teriyaki, this is the sauce for you. There are not a lot of strange ingredients; it is easy to make and tastes wonderful.

    Recipe #105253

    This came from my niece years ago and is the very best sauce I have had. It is thick and chocolaty (if that's a word). It is easy to make and you don't have to worry too much about any lumps because you put it through a sieve when done. It is so creamy. Put some in a pretty jar and give as a gift with an handmade tag.

    Recipe #105043

    This is truly a wonderful accompaniment to ham that was served at a very nice local restaurant. It is served warm at the table--delicious. By changing the pineapple to chunks, it can be make for chicken.

    Recipe #104797

    I first tried Pesto mayonnaise when we were at our granddaughter's ski meet. She had a sandwich with it on it--delicious. When I got home I got some fresh basil and made some Pesto so we could have the mayonnaise. Lots of work. One day I wanted some and didn't have fresh basil--guess what? This is a yummy substitute and you can have it anytime, and it is so easy and takes only a couple of minutes. I only make enough for a few sandwiches; then make again next time.

    Recipe #104465

    This recipe came from my daughter. They are so tasty--I think it is the seasoned croutons. You can use these as an appetizer or as a meal. They are yummy!!

    Recipe #104242

    Wash the chicken breasts, put it all in a casserole pan, and pop it in the oven. So easy to make and the rice is delicious and the chicken crispy. My mom used to make it as we all loved it.

    Recipe #104033

    This recipe goes back to my grandmother. She was a wonderful cook and had to make do with what she had. I guess they all had leftover homemade bread. This sounds like it is toooo simple to be good, but we love it. It has a wonderful flavor.

    Recipe #103873

    These are easy to make and they have very good flavor--yummy. There is no rising. They are between a roll and a biscuit. Our family loves them--especially my granddaughter. So good with homemade soup on a cold night. Have given this recipe to many people and they love them.

    Recipe #103701

    It is the best I have had and make it often. I also give it as gifts (see Note). It is actually my daughter's base for chili and my spices. The two combined make a delicious pot. NOTE: For gift giving just package up the first 4 ingredients in one baggie. In another baggie place the last 8 ingredients. Give with the recipe on how to prepare it printed on a pretty tag. Also, if you are feeling really lazy, you could substitute about 3-4 cans of kidney beans/pinto beans or a mixture of both in place of the dry beans.

    Recipe #103441

    I have made this for over 25 years and is exceptionally good and easy. It is delicious with a tossed salad and crusty garlic bread. It is not your traditional pasta and sauce, but an elegant one-dish meal. You can prepare it in the morning and it is all ready for the evening meal.

    Recipe #103245

    I make these anytime of the year, but was a tradition with my granddaughter that we take them to Easter Sunrise Service breakfast. Everyone loves them. If you don't overbake them, they are soft and tender and delicious with an icing. You'll make them again and again.

    Recipe #103035

    This is sooooooo easy but yummy. Not too much to say about it except that it tastes good. You can add some cooked chicken and it will make a whole meal or you can use it as a side-dish. Either way it is tasty.

    Recipe #102837

    I got this delicious recipe from my friend, Lydia, that owns a rubber stamping store in our town. I design stamps for her. Her husband is the one that makes this yummy soup. I first had it at her home and had seconds, but didn't want to act "piggy" and ask for thirds, so I made it myself and guess what--I had it for breakfast, lunch and snacks during the day. I did this till it was gone and over the course of a couple of days, I ate the whole thing. Don't let the parsnips scare you, but please do add them. They give flavor but you do not taste them.

    Recipe #102733

    This is a OAMC recipe as you can have both--a Meatloaf and Stuffed Peppers. This is the most delicious meatloaf recipe I have ever had. I love Meatloaf and I love Stuffed Peppers. I had tried many recipes for Stuffed Peppers and although they were O.K. I was never totally happy, UNTIL I came up with the idea for this. I made a meatloaf and used a portion of the mixture to make the stuffing for the peppers. Result--the best of both. You can keep everyone happy. Don't be discouraged if this looks involved--it really is not, but you are making two meals. (NOTE--I measure for the meatloaf, but for the peppers I just add what I want.) Enjoy!!

    Recipe #102545

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