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    This ingredients sound like something a child mixed together, but believe me - it tastes great! And, personally, I am not a pepper fan. I use a red, green and yellow pepper. Makes for a nice colour.

    Recipe #440115

    I prefer this recipe to other caramel recipes because it uses sweetened condensed milk which gives the popcorn a nice creamy taste. Made in the microwave, this recipe is quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #104762

    This recipe has been in my family for over 20 years. Very easy to make and requires no baking. For an extra treat you can serve it with a dollop of cherry pie filling on top.

    Recipe #350364

    This is a great recipe for a christmas cookie. I make it every year for the family. My kids like the chocolate chips while the grownups prefer the maraschino cherries and coconut.

    Recipe #147161

    This is a recipe that I got from my friend, Gail. These are so light and fluffy. Very moist and definitely a keeper. I was wondering what they would taste like with a flavoured yogurt. Inquiry minds want to know......

    Recipe #109970

    This is good for pouring over vanilla ice-cream. And the ginger gives an added benefit of being healthy as it reduces inflamation. Good for someone who has arthritis.

    Recipe #457629

    This is a recipe that was given to me by my sister-in-law. I was looking for a way to use up my garden tomotoes. This recipe is very easy to make and quite tasty. Although the recipe says to press through a sieve, I ran everything through a blender to save time. It made the soup a little more pulpy and not as smooth as some people prefer. Whatever your preference.

    Recipe #110073

    A very nice simple German recipe.

    Recipe #499957

    The recipe calls for discarding the pulp. However, I add back in a couple of tablespoons of fine pulp to add a little texture.

    Recipe #106662

    This is a wonderful German recipe from Country Living. My husband who is German loved it. Reminded him of what his mother used to make.

    Recipe #439147

    This is a great recipe. You hardly taste the rhubarb. My family loved it.

    Recipe #457630

    This is a family favorite. Not for those on a diet. I got the recipe out of a magazine. It was an award winner.

    Recipe #350358

    This is a great recipe I found for baked beans. It was originally posted from The Sacramento Bee, 1998. This recipe is used by the Durgin-Park Restaurant in Boston, MA. This restaurant dates back to the American Revolution and is famous for its Boston baked beans. The Durgin-Park cook, Tommy Ryan, has prepared this recipe at the restaurant for the past 37 years. The restaurant serves 1,000 diners on an average Saturday evening. A recipe that has been around this long - and has served many people - can't be wrong.

    Recipe #407087


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