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    We need to give our pets pills and the only way they will take them is if we put them in a pill pocket. These are quite expensive so I came up with an alternative that they love. It is really easy to change out the ingredients such as using rice flour instead of wheat flour. Or using chicken bouillon granules instead of beef. This stays good in your refrig for a week and costs less than 50 cents to make. Hope it works for you.

    Recipe #470635

    This is my daughter's favorite pie and one we wait to make each autumn. This is a recipe I have been tweeking for years and I believe it is the Mutsu apples that make it good. Sometimes the apples may be called Crispin instead of Mutsu.

    Recipe #468312

    The best meatballs I have ever eaten were from a friend who is a fabulous cook. Hope you like them. One note on the bread crumbs, if you use extra lean beef you will only need about 1 cup of the breadcrumbs if you use a fattier ground beef you will need more. All depends on the fat content.

    Recipe #463904

    1 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I am a Pennsylvania gal through and through. Love the state, love the food and love the people. One of my favorite PA treats are small cakes and cupcakes made by Tastykake out of Philadelphia PA. A friend of mine loves the Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes so I came up with this recipe so that she can have the taste of them any time (even though you can order them from their website). This is super simple box cake recipe that only takes minutes to make. I think the reason it works is because of the particular brands of cake mix and frosting. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #450562

    I like my sauce to have a little heat to it, but not overbearing. I also do not like sweet sauces, so I came up with this one and it has been a family favorite. Hope you like it.

    Recipe #439924

    My favorite recipe from Patti LaBelle. It is well worth the work!!

    Recipe #273665

    My family LOVES brownies, but of course everyone wants something different. In the past I was crazy enough to make a pan of brownies for each. Some wanted mint with nuts, some wanted Heath chips, some wanted peanut butter. I tried to think of a way to only make the one tray, but provide them with their own favorites. This is my solution and has been a huge success at our house. The foundation is a boxed brownie mix with the extras on top. Very easy, very good. Enjoy.

    Recipe #268176

    I found this recipe 20 years ago and it has become a staple in our house. It is very simple to make and tastes great.

    Recipe #252913

    1 Reviews |  By Debby H

    One of the recipes I tried was so good that I used it to turn into a pasta salad. The recipe I used was recipe #68200 . The twist is the addition of the pasta. I recommend a hearty pasta such as rottelle, bowties or orecchiette. It is best after setting for 24 hours as the flavors blend to a nice compliment. I hope enjoy both Evelyn's Sandwiches and this pasta salad variation.

    Recipe #240007

    1 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I love this recipe and have used it for years. The prep time is quick but the results are fantastic. Even my fussy daughter like them.

    Recipe #183260

    2 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I found this recipe in a cookbook 25 years ago and have been using it ever since. Everyone in my family loves it and it keeps for several days. It contains avacado, which I leave out. To make the pita pockets easy to fill I microwave them 5 - 10 seconds so they are pliable. Instead of buying a whole package of cheese, I use 2 stick of string cheese. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #182955

    1 Reviews |  By Debby H

    Found this recipe 3 years ago and have been using it ever since. It is the perfect mix of pepper and sausage. It is better the second day if you have any leftovers.

    Recipe #182954

    4 Reviews |  By Debby H

    Great ice tea with lemon

    Recipe #162481

    8 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I got this recipe from a cookbook and loved it so much I wanted to share it. This is perfect alone or served in a chicken salad. Because there are only the two of us, I divide the recipe into four freezer bags with 2 chicken breast halves in each bag.

    Recipe #160306

    I found this recipe at a near-by grocery store. It was posted in the dairy section so I gave it a try. It has become a holiday staple since the early 80s. I serve it on a hearty wheat or rye cracker.

    Recipe #136157

    1 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I found this on the net years ago and has become my husband's favorite. It is so easy to put together and blends well in the crockpot. I serve it with a really nice cornbread and a frosty mug of dark beer.

    Recipe #120780

    3 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I got this recipe 10 or 15 years ago on the back of Shake n' Bake for Pork. It has been a family favorite ever since. The sauce is the best part. It is simple to make and has great flavoring. I serve it with Rice and a green vegetable.

    Recipe #120779

    This is such a refreshing salad and presents beautifully. I found this in one of my Pilsbury Classic Cookbooks several years ago. I have served this many times and everyone loves it. If you like, serve with a small bowl of crumbled cheese on the side. Sometimes I just make up the dressing and serve it on a salad of baby lettuce, Jarlsberg Cheese, grapes, strawberries and toasted almonds or walnuts. Serve with a great crusty bread or roll.

    Recipe #110638

    1 Reviews |  By Debby H

    I found this recipe on the web about 5 years ago and can't remember where I found it. I wish I could so that they received the credit. I am a biscotti nut and this was the first recipe (and only) that I used. The results are fabulous and they are so easy to make even though they are triple-baked. I did change the ingredients just a little. Once you eat these you will never go back to store-bought again. I like them best dipped in a cup of hot tea.

    Recipe #109630

    The story behind this comes from a simple recipe I had found, then made changes to make our own. My husband loved it so much the first time I made it I literally had to say to him "Put down your fork or you'll explode". So from that point on we have called it by this name. The ingredients may seem bland, but combined together they taste great and present well. Enjoy.

    Recipe #108804

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