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    This was a quick and easy lunch while I was attending college. My good friend, Miyuki said that she used to make this when she lived in Japan. It brings back fond memories.

    Recipe #235098

    This comes from "Christmas with Southern Living 2000."

    Recipe #147969

    When we want a quick vegetarian dish in our house, we usually make this. I like to eat this with basmati rice (always my preferred rice), and a cucumber and mint raita.

    Recipe #147955

    This is a quick and easy on the go breakfast; this recipe is from the Corpening twins' book Super Smoothies.

    Recipe #140578

    This is from the Corpening twins' book Super Smoothies.

    Recipe #140538

    This comes from the Corpening twins' book Super Smoothies.

    Recipe #140536

    This recipe comes from a book called "Classroom Treats." This is a variation of "pigs in a blanket." The pretzel stick legs separate mature bugs from legless adolescent grubs.

    Recipe #137836

    I found this in a book called "Classroom Treats." It is great for the autumn season and reminds me of a variation of a Rice Krispies Bar.

    Recipe #137835

    I tried this at my cousin's house in Muscat, Oman and thought how creative it was. Although we use limes, we still call it lemonade. We make this in our house often. This lemonade is made in a blender.

    Recipe #136119

    Although this drink is made with limes, we still call it "lemonade." We make this at home all of the time and guests always compliment the flavor. This is made in households in India.

    Recipe #136118

    My mom has been making this recipe for years. We obtained this recipe from a party that we went to! This is great for a party; it is easy to make and everyone who tries it eats it up, even those who don't care too much for sweets. I like it better than the premade mango ice cream that you can buy from the Indian store. When I was visiting Oman several years ago, I bought a mango ice cream with strawberry syrup swirls, so now I add strawberry syrup. Whatever you choose, enjoy!

    Recipe #131564

    I have been using this for years to remove my eye makeup; it came from a magazine and is quite gentle, easy to make and nonirritating on the eyes.

    Recipe #130708

    Here is another cute and yummy recipe from Family Fun magazine that kids will just love!

    Recipe #121982

    I obtained this recipe from Family Fun magazine. It looks good and is easy to make; kids will be fascinated by its appearance!

    Recipe #121980

    I love King's Hawaiian bread and Nutella, and I thought to combine them to make a sweet and filling snack.

    Recipe #121978

    My mom invented this recipe many years ago and it is great to eat for breakfast, or with rice. I like to eat it with ketchup. My son always wants more!

    Recipe #115599

    This came from an previous issue of Southern Living.

    Recipe #115369

    This cornbread is a bit different from the traditional cornbread recipe; I truly enjoy eating this.

    Recipe #115104

    I made this Strawberry Shortcake for my brother's birthday. This recipe comes from Paula Deen's book "The Lady and Sons Just Desserts." This strawberry shortcake is very rich and best served cold. It goes great with a cold glass of milk. I was in a rush and picked up a can of "fat-free condensed milk" and used only 1/2 cup sugar for the glaze. It was still very sweet. I believe that next time, I will double the strawberry topping. This is the original recipe. Paula's strawberry shortcake is very delicious! Enjoy!

    Recipe #114015

    I found this in the Atlanta Journal Constitution several years ago. It is an interesting kind of 'pesto' due to the fact that it does not contain nuts, but does have chile peppers.

    Recipe #111757

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