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    i found this on all recipes.com. It was submittted by Geneva. I tweeked it a bit and everyone loves it. It's also an excellent dish to take to a potluck dinner. Some reviewers stated it was "soupy". I just keep baking it until it get's thick. Sometimes I have to bake it 2 hours. It really does get thick. The last few times I made it I made it with 1 cup of milk. It seemed to get thicker quicker. I am going to change the amount of milk. One reviewer noted that the spices were too much. My family does not like all the garlic either. They said that there is enough in the kielbasa. I don't use it when making this recipe to please them not me. I sometimes top this bake with Frenches French Fried Onions (Cheddar Cheese or Original)

    Recipe #105331

    This my sister's recipe. We took two loaves of this bread to take to a chille cook out last fall. Before the chilli was served, the bread was gone. I'm guessing on the servings

    Recipe #121011

    My mother would always make these for us on the weekends. I still make them and love them just as much. We always fill them with either jelly or jam. I made these once for a breakfast get together and also used flavored fruit syrup and whipped cream to go over the rolled palacinki.

    Recipe #154537

    This was my Mother's recipe. She always made these for Christmas. I make them several times a year. You may use any flavor of jam, but I think the raspberry is delicious. One reviewer asked me about the egg whites. I always beat the egg whites until soft peaks form. My mother made it the same way.

    Recipe #120092

    My Aunt sent me this recipe about 15 years ago from the Detroit Free Press. This cake is so-o-o-o-o delicious. Everytime I make this cake, someone always asks for the recipe. It's also easy to make.

    Recipe #104875

    This recipe is equally delicious with either broccoli or cauliflower. It's also a good recipe to take to a potluck dinner. It's even tasty at room temperature.

    Recipe #105800

    This is another old recipe of my mothers. It's at least 50 years old or more. I don't know where she got it but it is very good and buttery.I am going to guess on the amount of cookies it makes. I know it makes a lot. They also freezes well.

    Recipe #156610

    My friend, Fran gave me this recipe and it is delicious. you can reduce the fat by using low or no fat sour cream and cheddar cheese. You can also eliminate the margarine and you can also use Pam to grease your pan.

    Recipe #120895

    These cookies are like minature cheesecakes. They are not only delicious but easy to make. I don't remember what magazine I got the recipe, but I have had it about 15 years. They also freeze well.

    Recipe #118165

    This is a very delicious and easy recipe. It not only tastes great but it looks beautful. I think I got this recipe from one of the ladies in my church group I will put the chilling time as cooking time.

    Recipe #384089

    This is an outstanding dish. It looks so appetizing on a platter. It is so colorful with the red tomatoes, green pepper and the cheese colored croutons. It's a great dish to take to a potluck or serve on a hot summer day. I got this recipe about 10 years ago from Doddi at work. There is a 12 chilling I included as cooking time.

    Recipe #117961

    This was passed down from generation to generation. I don't have a recipe for this soup, but I will try to esitmate the portions. It is a sour soup but it is delicious. People either love it or not. My neice never liked it and now she loves it, can't wait till Christmas Eve. My grandmother used to use mushrooms my grandfather and dad would pick up in the woods. I believe they called them sheephead. My grandmother would then clean them and hang them to dry. We can't find the mushrooms for sale and are afraid to go and look for them in the woods. We don't know the good from the bad.

    Recipe #196554

    This is pure comfort food. This was my mother's recipe. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #117956

    Received this in a flyer through the mail. They said you could decorate them with royal icing or top the eggs with colored sprinkles. They sounded good.

    Recipe #497935

    I saw this on Everyday Italian. It really looked good. I plan on making this for Thanksgiving. This courtesy of Giada De Laurentiis. This looked easy to make.

    Recipe #265436

    This is very good. It came from an old pamphlet from Hellmann's Mayonnaise. You can use Real, Light or Cholesterol Free Reduced Fat Mayonnaise. count chill time as cook time

    Recipe #187183

    I have had this cake befor but without the glaze. It is wonderful. I will definitely make this with the glaze.

    Recipe #398442

    I received this in an E-Mail. I have not tried it yet but hope to for Christmas. The recipe did not specify an amount, so I will just guess on the number of cookies.

    Recipe #268096

    Saw this on Pioneer Woman

    Recipe #511274

    We always made this from the time I was little. I now carry on the tradition. My mother called seedik. I'm spelling it like she pronounced it. It really does taste like cheese. It is always served on Easter with Ham.

    Recipe #495480

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