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    This is a variation on Nurslinda's Easy Apple Cake (48154), which is insanely good. This version started with a mistake, (I forgot to add the eggs) and just got better.

    Recipe #228869

    These are tasty and very easy. Make sure the cake mix you are using doesn't have milk or butter products in it.

    Recipe #217017

    I absolutely cannot resist their pancakes, but they are really pricey. Here's their recipe!

    Recipe #211894

    I just looooove the flavor of the Oriental flavor ramen, but don't want the MSG or high salt. Here is a copycat that tastes just like it, without the sodium. I use it in everything now, and add salt to taste.

    Recipe #198017

    Yes, there are vegetarians out there who don't like slimy zucchini, goopy squash and stringy spinach in their lasagna. I'm one of them. Veggies go in salads, not in my comfort foods. This is a great alternative, and it's yummy.

    Recipe #188210

    I can't stand tofu, but this stuff rocks. It actually tastes good, and my tofu-hating husband said it wasn't bad--which is great in my book. This tastes better to me than the chicken version. So, don't freak out about the deep frying...you'll live. It doesn't taste like flab, like tofu often does. Go on, give it a try!

    Recipe #181120

    From Bernard Clayton's Complete Book of Breads. This looked so good! I always have sugar cubes on hand (excellent horse treats!) and this loaf uses them. I'm posting this so that I don't lose it!

    Recipe #179947

    I invented this lemonade after visiting my favorite horse, Kricket. She's a curious little nosey-jane, and her curiousity inspired me to try something different.

    Recipe #179169

    From Taste of Home. This looks great, and I hope to make it soon! Posted so I don't lose it...

    Recipe #178810

    I went vegetarian on my birthday, and decided I needed to invent some yummy burgers that don't have veggie chunks or weird flavors in them. I also didn't want wheat gluten in them, so I came up with these, and my son even liked them! The measurements are approximate, and also, feel free to accessorize this recipe to your own tastes!

    Recipe #176714

    This is from the 1966 Pillsbury Busy Lady Bake-off Recipe booklet. I haven't made it yet, but I have to give this book back, so I'm posting it here! (Rising time not included).

    Recipe #172981

    Sinfully easy, rich, and better for you than your average frosted cake. (Only a little, though...) Enjoy! >:}

    Recipe #169692

    Saw Alton Brown make these, and I am excited to try them...Posted for future use!

    Recipe #162084

    A nice, sweet porridge with yummy flavor. Easy to make, and a good way to get the kids to eat their oatmeal.

    Recipe #156306

    Posted by request, a rich shortbread with marzipan and raspberry. From recipelink.

    Recipe #153424

    From a 1966 circular. It says that it's great with ice cream, and I'm sure it is! Posted for future use.

    Recipe #153283

    An interesting-sounding recipe from a 1966 mailer. Posted so I wouldn't lose it.

    Recipe #153264

    According to history, this was one of Casanova's favorite dishes. I have made this without the truffles, but I bet it's even better with them... A good Valentine's dish. From Italian Cooking & Living, March 2002.

    Recipe #151655

    From Johnsonville, but you could sub turkey or vegetarian Italian sausage, too, I imagine.

    Recipe #151083

    From the Cascadia Restaurant, in Seattle. Time consuming, but definitely worth it--fried twice for authenticity and crispiness. Time does not include 1 hour or more chill.

    Recipe #151081

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