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    I made this when all the kids were little and we had to stretch everything. It is good and a can of Spam goes far.

    Recipe #110310

    Our school served these to the elementary children and my son loved it so much he traded most of his other lunch items to the kids who didn't like the rolls and ended up eating 7. He then told the cook she was a " Great Cooker" Ah, kids are great.

    Recipe #110192

    This tasty bbq was made by a little league mom back in the early 70's. I cooked for a daycare for many years and made it for them. The kids loved it. Easy. Try it.

    Recipe #110191

    Got this from a friend about 40 years ago. We use it quite often for guest breakfasts, brunches and even camping. It is a hit with children.

    Recipe #109881

    This is a hardy stew made with venison, beef or bison. It can have a variety of additives such as acini de pipi, alphabet noodles, rice or whatever you have in your pantry. It was always a favorite after sledding served with a peanut butter sandwich and tea.

    Recipe #105430

    This recipe was given to me when discussing ruhbarb at an aquasize class. It is really good. Jeff was our life guard. His mom says she has subsituted rhubarb with peaches or plums.

    Recipe #103709

    This recipe came from a neighbor when I requested recipies for a cookbook our local history group was getting together. It has been a favorite of my family and many others that read it in our self published cookbook " The Main Menu of Memories". If you use fresh potatoes, they should be cooked first to al dente stage.

    Recipe #103409


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