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    A delicious dip with a little surprising bite. Excellent with pita chips or pretzels. (Cooking time includes chill time). Recipe from Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #282115

    I'm not sure what makes this "Italian" but it's pretty darn tasty. I got this online a few years ago and didn't write down what site it was from. I tweaked the amounts a little, because there weren't enough herbs or oil for me.

    Recipe #134200

    This is a sandwich I made up that I take to work all the time. It's a great change of pace. I like to use flavored hummus like roasted garlic, scallion, or kalamata olive, just to name a few. Measurements are approximate.

    Recipe #129357

    Another goody from McCalls Cooking School. Here's what the book says: "Here's a festive cake you can serve all through the year as well as on holidays. It's a light fruitcake, studded with raisins, nuts and cherries mellowed in bourbon, Southern style. Slice thinly and serve with coffee, sherry or even eggnog. It keeps well, and costs less than most fruitcake." Cook time does not include prep time for nuts/fruits. Make ahead a few days- it needs to mellow in the fridge.

    Recipe #127695

    This is from a cookbook I picked up at a garage sale this weekend: McCall's Cooking School. This looks pretty interesting... as soon as it cools off and I feel like turning the oven on again I will try it!

    Recipe #127693

    This is a delicious flavorful quick-bread that was one of the first things I made when I started baking. Yummy! (Note: I made it without the nuts and it came out just fine).

    Recipe #124523

    A fun twist on the traditional oatmeal raisin cookie, this is a unique combination that is absolutely delicious. I brought these to a BBQ this weekend and they were gone before I knew it! I don't remember where I got the recipe- I copied it from a magazine at some point.

    Recipe #124137

    I had to play with the amounts a little but this salad is really tasty. I don't even remember where I got this from- I hand copied it from a magazine at some point. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #122227

    Yep, you read that right. These are savory muffins, that make a welcome change for everyday garlic bread as a complement to your meal. If you love garlic, this is for you! From "The Ultimate Muffin Cookbook"

    Recipe #121085

    The tastes in this recepie blend really well. My husband loved it and gave it an "A+". I got it from kraft.com, and it says it's low fat and low calories, but I don't know the actual numbers.

    Recipe #119090

    Delicious double-peanut butter "brownies" with chocolate frosting... just divine! From Taste of Home magazine. I cheated and used prepared frosting instead of the recipe because I was running out of time. They tasted fantastic anyway.

    Recipe #117718

    I found this no-bake pie in Taste of Home magazine, and it's a real crowd-pleaser. Great for summer parties. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #117401

    (Time does not inlcude steeping time for tea) Everyone I've made these for raves about the unique taste. They are so good you don't even need to put anything on them! This recipe came from "The Ultimate Muffin Book", which has tons of other delicious recipes. One note: the recipe calls for oat flour, which I couldn't find, so I used whole wheat flour and they came out fantastic.

    Recipe #115162


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