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    I got this recipe from my 2004 Kraft Kitchens Calendar. I haven't made it because I don't like peppers, but hopefully, some of you will enjoy it!

    Recipe #123575

    1 Reviews |  By hkcurry

    This is a recipe from the family cookbook. DH loves it and it's really simple! I am estimating on the oil for frying. Use your own judgement. You can add spices to the egg mixture if you want. I usually just add salt, pepper and paprika. I sometimes prepare a country gravy to go over these.

    Recipe #122650

    I found this in an old cookbook in my cupboard. There are a lot of ingredients, but the cooking process seems pretty simple. I haven't tried it yet, but definately plan to when I get a dutch oven.

    Recipe #122502

    3 Reviews |  By hkcurry

    This is a drink I make for my 2 year old very often. You can prepare it as a milk shake or as a sweet drink.

    Recipe #122497

    2 Reviews |  By hkcurry

    My MIL made these for my DH when he was younger. Now that we're married, I've taken over. I'm not sure where she got the idea of frying them. I searched for a recipe on here and didn't find one, so I hope I'm not making a double post! I'm guessing on the amount of oil for frying, and you will probably have cheese leftover.

    Recipe #120554

    This is a quick recipe that I got from a family cookbook. It seemed a little unusual to me at first, but it was a big hit with my DH! I like to use pecans in this, but you could use just about any nut. I like to chop the nuts, but you don't have to. I also typically don't use the whole can of pineapple.

    Recipe #119555


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