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    This is a recipe from the Sunday paper that we decided to try. My family enjoyed it so I am posting here before I misplace my newspaper clipping!!

    Recipe #356594

    My sister got this recipe from her friend Deb. She is a home economics teacher at the school where my sister works. If my sister and a bunch of kids can make this fudge with out fail, than anyone can. *One reviewer did not know how to measure the powdered sugar. Please note that powdered sugar is typically sold in 1 or 2 lb packages. This takes an entire 2 lb package.

    Recipe #200857

    This recipe is adapted from the Beef Stroganoff recipe in the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. I often use fat free sour cream and margarine, in which case I have to add a little more flour to thicken the mixture up. It is also fun to experiment with different types of mushrooms to get a change in flavor. Serve over any rice or noodles, but egg noodles are our favorite. Have fun.

    Recipe #124694

    This is the only fruit filled pie that I will eat. I always request it when going home for the holidays. Good when it is still warm from the oven. And still yummy the next day. Just place a strip of waxed paper over the cut edge of your pie, if you cover the whole thing the topping will get soggy. My mother enjoys her pie with real whipped cream, my husband like his with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, but I love mine just the way it is! Yum

    Recipe #116121

    I LOVE my mom's pumpkin bread, as does everyone else at our house. It's a dense, not too spicy but flavorful bread. We like ours plain, no raisins, no nuts, but you could add them if you like.

    Recipe #113166

    This recipe is similar to one in my Better Homes cookbook. It's a lower fat version (feel free to use regular versions of ingredients) a great little sauce to dress up any thing. I am submitting so that I can add this to my online cookbook. I hope you enjoy it too

    Recipe #112866


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