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    A vegetarian recipe that my mom got from a friend named Debbie Shannon years ago. She called it 3 cheese lasagna, but I have counted and there are definitely 4. One of my favorites because it is so easy, no pre-cooking the noodles! Mushrooms and zucchini can be layered in for a bit more nutrition too. (Or ground beef, if you are not interested in keeping it vegetarian.)

    Recipe #329097

    I have no idea where I got this recipe, but it is always a hit and it's super easy. Update: Recently I decided to bring this to a party and wanted it to be more like finger food, so I used a biscuit cutter to make little pie shells and tucked them gently into a mini-muffin tin (using a fork to poke the bottom), then I placed 4 chocolate chips in each one and poured the rest of the mix over them until nearly full. They were a HUGE hit!

    Recipe #268769

    Adapted from "Four Seasons Party Book" pg. 16. This has become a favorite substitute for regular deviled eggs, particularly amongst the menfolk I know. I usually use a lot of curry powder, 1 tbsp. or more for 12 eggs, but your amount will vary depending on your taste and the type of curry powder you have.

    Recipe #268761

    This recipe is great for parties, and you can store it ready-to-go in the freezer for up to two months. It's very handy to keep some frozen for those random black-tie affairs that sometimes pop up at one's residence unexpectedly. This recipe came from "Southern Living, 1993 Annual Recipes". I have found this a great gift for batchelor friends, stores easily, broils easily and impresses ladies and parents alike!

    Recipe #268756

    This is a fabulous recipe for parties and get-togethers! You can make it a few days ahead of time and store the mushroom filling in the fridge and the toast cups in an air tight container at room temp for a few days or in the freezer for up to a month. I have actually lost this recipe recently, so everything here is from memory. I'm a bit of a slap-dash cook anyways, so feel free to alter the amounts to your own taste.

    Recipe #268754

    This recipe came on a coupon for Andes Mints, the surprise is what a pain in the butt they are to make. I am putting up some alterations to the preparation to make the surprise part of this cookie more pleasant. The resulting cookies were, however, worth the pain.

    Recipe #268744

    The get-everything-at-the-grocery-store version. This version tastes more authentic, but takes more work and time than my other "get-everything-at-the-grocery-store version"

    Recipe #264312

    These are SO moist and very sweet. I recommend cutting them into very small, bite-sized squares. This is a recipe adapted from Woman’s Day Specials Halloween Celebrations Woman’s Day Select Series Vol XIV, No. 2, 2004 (pg. 54, Scaredy Cats)

    Recipe #264245

    The easy get-everything-at-the-grocery-store version

    Recipe #264159

    Hummus made with Black beans instead of the traditional chick peas.

    Recipe #251839

    By far the best mac & cheese I have ever had. Slightly adapted from “Macaroni and Lots of Cheese,” by Julia Moskin, The New York Times, 4 January 2006

    Recipe #251829

    A delightful recipe, the cookies come out best using a baking mat or lighter colored cookie sheet.

    Recipe #251815

    Recipe #251812

    This is a recipe I got from my Oma (grandma). It has always been one of my favorites and is commonly eaten mashed up in a bed of rice and vegetable soup. But I like it served as a traditional meatloaf dish, as well.

    Recipe #107831

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