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    A delicious twist on french toast.

    Recipe #99436

    This recipe was told to me by the captain of the boat when halibut fishing. It is a very quick, simple, and tasty way to eat halibut!

    Recipe #62592

    From Food Network Magazine. Reserve extra time for cooling syrup.

    Recipe #508323

    From Food Network. Inspired by BreadstiX from Glee.

    Recipe #508319

    From Food Network magazine.

    Recipe #508311

    From Taste of Home

    Recipe #506863

    From Taste of Home. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #506615

    Muffin shape and a crispy golden crust. No kneading required.

    Recipe #506366

    I got this recipe from an old cookbook called Betty Crocker's Dinner for Two. It is wonderful for potato salad, egg salad, coleslaw or macaroni salad.

    Recipe #455865

    This recipe is from an old Southern Living cookbook.

    Recipe #423645

    These are a delicious blend of sweet and spicy. Use the greater amount of molasses if you like a thicker sweeter taste like I do :). I wrote down this recipe from a magazine ( I can't remember which one), and tweaked it just a little.

    Recipe #386221

    This recipe is from Prevention magazine. Instead of breadcrumbs this recipe uses bulgur to help bind the meatballs. Serve these with shredded lettuce, chopped tomatoes, greek style yogurt, and pitas or pita points if desired.

    Recipe #319438

    I found this recipe in the newspaper. These fries are very easy to make. They come out nice and crispy, and the slow cooking makes them absorb only about a tablespoon of oil per serving. I think the peanut oil is important, so I wouldn't use anything else.

    Recipe #113784

    I clipped this from the newspaper years ago. I make this every year at Christmas. Cooking time doesn't include cooling time.

    Recipe #99647

    This recipe comes from my stepmother. I make these often with spaghetti.

    Recipe #99521


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