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    Another from RSVP, Portland, ME Junior League's cookbook. This was submitted by Stephanie Coney.

    Recipe #192932

    6 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Uses leftover rice and is egg-free. Inspired From a community cookbook.

    Recipe #221942

    From Home Cookin' With Dave's Mom. This is from David Letterman's Mom and she only served this for special occasions with a Bordelaise Mushroom Sauce.

    Recipe #352255

    From a brown sugar package. This calls for chocolate, white chocolate and butterscotch chips. Puffed rice cereal is used too. I'm posting because this sounds different and good! Don't know the yield so I guessed.

    Recipe #210747

    Soy sauce, powdered ginger and garlic. Nice and easy for those days you want it easy. Marinate at least one hour and then broil. You can always add Dijon or honey to this if you like or for another variation add to the recipe: 1 cup red wine and another 1 1/2 tsp. ginger and 1/2 cup sugar (or sugar substitute) and a dash of ground pepper.

    Recipe #125647

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Light brown sugar, Dijon mustard, lemon juice and garlic powder.

    Recipe #211702

    One is soy-lemon and the other is cranberry -orange. The first one is from a community cookbook. This was posted by Fredda Robinson. This can be used on any cut of lamb and it serves as a tenderizer too. The second is from a magazine grilling section from 1995. They both only have 5 ingredients!

    Recipe #180235

    I got this from someone because I had it in my recipes and I hand wrote it. I like the way it sounds. To make this Kosher use non-dairy cream of mushroom soup. *For crockpot, put meat in fat side up and mix ingredients and pour over meat. Cook on low for about 6 hours or until done (tender).

    Recipe #118392

    My son's preschool teacher put this in a collective recipe book that the school sold as a PTA fundraiser. I haven't tried a tzimmes recipe like this before so I thought I'd post it since it is different.

    Recipe #122532

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    I found this in the Bon Appetot Cookbook which has kid pleasing recipes. I haven't made it but it sounds interesting. I even like the name!

    Recipe #117996

    12 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From "Delicious and Dependable Slow Cooker Recipes" by Judith Finlayson. Serve with white rice. Recipe calls for hot peppers and peanuts. I made it with 1 tsp. cayenne pepper instead of red chili pepper. By the way, I like the way it tastes cold the next day too!

    Recipe #128796

    4 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Got this from and just found it again (spring cleaning). Sounds different with teriyaki, Dijon, parmesan and bacon.

    Recipe #165242

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    This is from the Grandpa on the Munsters TV show from when I was a kid! I found this in "The Brooklyn Cookbook" and thought it sounded good and easy to make.

    Recipe #120299

    5 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Had this at a friend's house this weekend and it was great. Very different. She used a "Green Egg Smoker" which cooked the chicken slowly and kept it very moist. You can use boneless, skinless breasts and then serve them on nice bread with lettuce leaves, pickles (if you like) and the white sauce! My friend got the recipe from "Smoke and Spice" and this is a similar one from The BBQ General website from a magazine called Cook's Country. Hope you like it. I don't have a smoker but I can try indirect heating. I have a gas grill too so there are obstacles but I can experiment!

    Recipe #174846

    2 Reviews |  By Oolala

    An easy one from a bed & breakfast in Alaska.

    Recipe #211838

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    An old friend of mine made this for me and I was impressed and kept the "recipe" all these years but there are no amounts (measurments) given so I will see if Zaar will let me add it. If I have to put ingredient amounts, just keep in mind that I guessed.

    Recipe #126285

    From, the food of North Africa. My son did a report on Algeria for school and told me that he read about a fish stew. I looked it up on-line found this soup (not stew) which sounds great.

    Recipe #196359

    Posted in a community cookbook by her daughter, Emilie Kaye. It sounds like something my Grandma made only she didn't use coconut or raisins. My Grandma used raspberry jam. She called it a jelly roll (I think).

    Recipe #282527

    2 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From a fish cookbook but not sure which one since I ripped the page out long ago.

    Recipe #221636

    Called Holly's Cole Slaw in Pingry Cooks and was submitted by Bunny Raabe. It sounds Hawaiian to me with raisins and pineapple. Prebagged shredded cole slaw helps cut down on prep time. I guessed can ounces since the recipe just said "a can" for the pineapple tidbits.

    Recipe #298269

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