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    This is a very nice recipe from The Lion's Paw B & B in Seaview, Washington, the recipe shared by Michal Miller, the hostess with her husband Allen Miller. Try it, I think you'll like it!

    Recipe #322541

    Here is one recipe for Fines Herbs. There are many recipes for this mixture to be found on the Internet.

    Recipe #322470

    This was served for breakfast at The Lion's Paw B & B in Seaview Washington. It's VERY good, really hit the spot. (And a delightful B & B!)

    Recipe #322209

    A recipe we dearly love. I've made a very similar recipe for quite some time. This one is from Woman's Day.

    Recipe #316244

    While traveling in Texas with my parents nearly 60 years ago, I was served this sandwich. I continue to fix myself one of these............... oh...... about every 10 years LOL. This sounds wierd, but they are really good if you like chocolate!

    Recipe #315602

    After making several different drinks for breakfast (and using them to top oatmeal and sometimes homemade granola), we finally settled on this recipe. I make it nearly every morning. It helps get the vitamins down, too! We hope you like it as much as we do!

    Recipe #315432

    A friend I bowled with just refused to call this' Breast of Chicken Salad'!!! So in her honor, here is this recipe that our bowling teams enjoyed. I'm sure everyone of us makes this a little different, as Noella never gave us the measurements.

    Recipe #314919

    I'm not sure where I found it, but have used this to stuff our holiday turkey for over 30 years. It may have been on a Pepperidge Farm Stuffing package.

    Recipe #314912

    A friend gave me this recipe probably 30 years ago. This is so simple and so good. Try it, you'll like it!!!

    Recipe #314908

    This is a version found on the Internet posted by 'tammysunshine5'. This is really a very good way to prepare vegetables with the Italian flare. Low fat cheeses can be used to lower the calories. And I think chicken Italian Sausage and ground chicken or turkey could be used for the meat.

    Recipe #312727

    This I found on an Internet site that I don't recall now. It said in the directions not to test if it's done with a toothpick, because the middle remains very gooey.

    Recipe #312429

    My husband has given this drink the name. I love margaritas, but am trying to do without the sugar. I have been told that vodka has no sugar. I love the limes. So-o-o-o, this is what I came up with. This is a refreshing summer drink that I enjoy.

    Recipe #309585

    A good recipe for a childrens treat. Found in The St George Spectrum newspaper 5/2008.

    Recipe #305368

    A very nice salad from Marguerite Henderson, owner of the Cucina in Salt Lake City and a wonderful chef.

    Recipe #305359

    This is the frosting I prefer for the Pumpkin Spice Cake.

    Recipe #305243

    Recipe #305241

    Salsa just wouldn't be salsa without cilantro, the lower leaves of the corriander plant. You can also use this recipe to make peach-mango salsa by substituting peaches and mangos for the tomatoes. I found this in our newspaper 'The Spectrum'.

    Recipe #305240

    Will try this soon. Sounds very good, so am posting it so that it is not lost. Found in the St George Spectrum newspaper 5/21/2008.

    Recipe #305239

    I love the jalapeno-fruit recipes to have at home and to give as gifts. With a nice wheat cracker, a little cream cheese and dollop of the jelly you have a nice snack or appetizer. The 'heat' from the jalapenos depends on how many of the seeds you leave in the jelly. A friend likes this on hotcakes, and we also like the jelly on biscuits.Try this, it will surprise you!

    Recipe #303616

    Try 'em.....you'll like 'em. From Sassy Southwest Cooking.

    Recipe #301436

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