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    A nice light green bean side dish, take advantage of summers crop.

    Recipe #118332

    This recipe came from the 3/21/05 issue of FIRST magazine

    Recipe #118330

    I got this recipe from my father-in-law. Best Chicken Pie I've ever had. Passive cook time reflects simmering chicken.

    Recipe #118329

    This is light and refreshing, great for a light lunch or for an appetizer. Cook time is refrigeration time (2 hours) Enjoy!

    Recipe #118327

    This came from Recipe Goldmine. We don't have a Jack in the box here-so I can't compare it, all I know is my DS's LOVED it. I recieved a message from Melinda/re: this recipe. This recipe belongs to Todd Wilbur (Top Secrets) I wasn't aware of this when I posted this copycat years ago.

    Recipe #118328

    My mom used to make this for us when I was a kid. Refreshing, cold and crisp.

    Recipe #118326

    If you adore artichokes, you should adore this CHEESY appetizer. This takes your next gathering to the sophisticated level. Great for special occasions, if you are having a large get together you will probably want to double this recipe, and keep it warm.

    Recipe #118325

    We absolutely love this, we tend to get bored with 'plain' corn on the cob after eating it all summer

    Recipe #118324

    This recipe came from Recipe Goldmine. It was appoved by our family so I'm posting it for yours! I served ours on rye bread toasted and added horseradish cheese. The recipe is for the 'spread' alone.

    Recipe #118323

    This came from Recipe Goldmine, we liked it very much

    Recipe #118322

    Don't like Rumaki, made with chicken livers? This appetizer still has the bacon and water chestnuts-though minus the chicken liver-chicken cubes instead, in a delicious orange marmalade, soy sauce glaze-YUMMY. To save time marinate the wrapped chicken earlier in the day, then broil when ready to serve! The cook time is the marinade time.

    Recipe #118321

    A quick as a wink open faced sandwich, yes some of us still do eat Deviled Ham!

    Recipe #115697

    These fried clams are nothing like the ones you find frozen in the supermarket, these are the real McCoy. I like to serve them with my KFC Coleslaw Recipe #110948, chips, or onion rings and french fries and of course tartar sauce is an absolute must! AYUH thats the truth. Note:the cook time is 1-1/2minutes PER BATCH

    Recipe #115269

    We have this often for an imprompto lunch, after it's cooked I pour it in a slow cooker to keep warm throughout the afternoon so we can 'pick' at it. We think these are very good. Do not substitute for smoked sausage cocktail weiners, they are too overpowering.

    Recipe #115019

    I love making appetizers for a carefree lunch. Have a nibble throughout the afternoon. My mom-in-law went crazy for this when I brought her the leftovers. It's rich and good.

    Recipe #114891

    Don't worry if your not a spicy food lover, we don't find it spicy at all-

    Recipe #114744

    A wonderful weekend breakfast. You may want to double the blueberry sauce-it's that good! *cook time does not include overnight refrigeration* This came from my Gooseberry Patch

    Recipe #114335

    I am always looking for ways to use leftover meat, this recipe I am looking forward to making post St. Pat's Day. This recipe came from QC.

    Recipe #114225

    I love making shakes for my boys after school, snack and drink in one. This beauty came from Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #113875

    This is a recipe that my husband enjoyed as a boy, most any type of bread and cheese can be used, perhaps you'd like to include sliced tomato?. Can easily be doubled/tripled. QUICK/SIMPLE!. Use microwave to cook bacon aprx. 50 seconds per slice on paper-towel lined plate.

    Recipe #113560

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