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    This is a quick 6-10 minute breakfast scramble. Maybe not as fast as cereal, but then again, cereals not much of a real breakfast.

    Recipe #175710

    Well, basically when I concocted this little recipe, I was trying to come up with a lower calorie way of drinking fruit juice. Fruit juice is loaded with sugars, even if natural. I thought that it seemed a great waste of money to buy the "Lite" fruit juice at the market-its never on sale, always costs more and isn't necessarily the flavor I want. So what I came up with is a very simple alternative. Choose whatever 100% fruit juice you like. There's no sense to using anything except 100% juice.

    Recipe #157076

    I have been using this recipe since 1993. The original version came from Better Homes & Gardens New Cook Book. Over time, of course, I have changed it to suit my preferences. I am sure you and yours will love this very classic of classics as much as me and mine! NOTE: I use old fashioned shortening with animal fats when I make these.

    Recipe #104969

    I have always disliked getting mushrooms in my green bean casserole and I am picky about onions. I combined ideas from my mother and a very good friend along with my own spin on onion preparation to make a very tasty new way to enjoy green bean casserole. This recipe can be easily doubled or tripled to accomodate larger groups. When you prepare the onions, you will want to fry them till a dark brown, just short of burning them--some pieces may even be a little crisp.

    Recipe #101186


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