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    These are a flavourful biscuits (cookies) with a crunch that doesn't break your teeth. One of my clients gave me this old family recipe.

    Recipe #207256

    This is a light, delicate bread, topped with caramelized onions and cheese. Cubed ham makes a tasty addition. The dough for the bread is made in the ABM. Note: My ABM is older and takes 2 1/2 hours for the dough cycle and is included in the preparation time.

    Recipe #170472

    This cheesecake is very easy to make and has a velvet, mousse-like texture.

    Recipe #170312

    The base for this recipe was originally from Allrecipes but I've changed the recipe to suit my breadmaker and taste. When I made my first loaf of this I couldn't believe I had made something that looked and tasted like a commercially produced loaf. NOTE: My ABM is older and takes 2 1/2 hours to do a dough cycle. The times include rising time also.

    Recipe #169597

    A lovely, tender and extremely tasty casserole. This can also be thrown into the crockpot for 8 hours on low and comes out just as good. Can't remember where the recipe originated from. It was one I tried at a potluck dinner and the host had it scribbled on a bit of paper. I wish I had time to go through every steak recipe on this site to make sure its not here, but I haven't. NOTE: The preparation time includes marinating.

    Recipe #168850

    This is a lovely, large, moist loaf. It has a great flavour in spite of very few ingredients. This is very economical to make as there are no eggs or butter in it.

    Recipe #168687


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