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    This is a variation of a creamed spinach casserole. It is great as a side for a holiday turkey, ham or beef.

    Recipe #511308

    I found this on the Home Cooking site but changed much of it. The original contained ham or bacon.

    Recipe #511272

    This is supposedly the recipe for the awesome peanut butter cookies that the East Penn School District cafeterias made from scratch each day when I was in school. With the revamping of the lunch program to promote healthy foods, they discontinued making these cookies sometime in the early 90s. I thought these were the best cookies ever. This makes a lot of cookies. You may need to use your hands near the end of mixing as the dough gets stiff. You can cut this recipe in half, but use 3 eggs.

    Recipe #489966

    Recipe is from my mom, from her local newspaper. Original recipe only makes one dozen cupcakes, so I am doubling the recips to submit it. Who makes just 12 cupcakes??? ;)

    Recipe #489644

    Adapted from The Joy of Cooking, but changed some things slightly. Even though it does not use a cake mix, it's VERY EASY.

    Recipe #479612

    If you love fresh cilantro, you'll love this salsa.

    Recipe #478985

    Classic rum punch. Easy to throw together.

    Recipe #478984

    Cannelini beans give this a creamy texture. Servings are a guess.

    Recipe #473139

    Recipe #473136

    I got this recipe online awhile ago and added lots of things to it to add more flavor. Originally the recipe was only 4 ingredients and super bland. I think I fixed it now. :)

    Recipe #473129

    This is great when you want a different type of salad. Cooking time is passive chilling time.

    Recipe #473126

    Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #473122

    This is absolutely wonderful on rye crackers! Adapted from a friend's recipe. Servings are a guess. Cook time is passive chilling time.

    Recipe #473080

    Tastes like a sugared doughnut... in form of a muffin.

    Recipe #473079

    This is my favorite flavor next to the original lime. Make on the rocks or frozen. The mix of coarse salt and sugar on the rim is the best.

    Recipe #473078

    Too easy to make and very addicting to eat. This has all the right stuff. Dangerous combination. ;) ****If you don't have Nutella, (or don't like it *gasp*), increase the peanut butter to 1/2 cup.**** Serving sizes are a guess and cook time is the chilling time.

    Recipe #473076

    1/4 cup of this (made as written) is only 70 calories!!! Use veggies to dip and you could have two servings without feeling guilty! They key is fresh garlic. Don't expect it to be rich like the full-fat recipe, but for as light as it is, the taste is darn good!

    Recipe #472653

    Descibed online as a Vietnamese version of a much heavier western cole slaw. Posting for Chinese/Vietnamese New Year.

    Recipe #472650

    Made in a blender capable of crushing ice. Adapt different flavors as desired.

    Recipe #472647

    Serve on pita crisps. Cooking time is the chilling time.

    Recipe #471228

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