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    This is one that I adapted from Recipe #199636 after I scored 4 huge chicken leg quarters on sale. ($0.39 a pound!). I added a few things and adjusted the cooking time and temp to to what worked for me. The skin got SO crispy and the chicken was moist and retained the flavors. It also fell off the bone. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #449452

    I found this on a blog called "Stick a Fork In It" and I am posting for safekeeping. It sounds delightfully easy and delicious. Mix it up, throw it in a crock pot and in four to six hours, you have a meal that the whole family will love!

    Recipe #479196

    I found this recipe on heatherlikesfood.com in a blog that she posted about Super Bowl food. The sauce that is poured over the rolls caramelizes and gives them a gooey sweetness that meshes perfectly with the ham and Swiss. They are one of the best sliders that I have ever had!

    Recipe #474725

    I found this on a blog through Pinterest and I haven't tried it yet. I'm really hoping it works out because I LOVES me some fried pickles!

    Recipe #488437

    Yet another one from "The Higher Taste." I haven't tried it yet. It does take some attention with the stirring while it's freezing, but please enjoy.

    Recipe #173950

    I found this on the Six Sisters' blog and had to try it. I can never get the sauce to thicken in the crock pot so I put the juices in a separate pan, add the cornstarch and cook it on the stove but I posted as it was written.

    Recipe #479193

    I found this recipe in a book called "Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook" and I have not tried it yet, but I'm trying to get some stuff up here before I have to return the book. So if anyone tries it and has any comments, let me know. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #315595

    I found this recipe in a book called "Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook" and I have not tried it yet, but I'm trying to get some stuff up here before I have to return the book. So if anyone tries it and has any comments, let me know. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #315596

    I haven't made this yet but I found it in a Quick Cooking magazine and I'm backing up my files. It looks delicious though.

    Recipe #216303

    I found this on the "How Sweet It Is" food blog and I decided to make it for Thanksgiving. I used Barefoot Pinot Grigio, generic apple cider and the cheapest ginger brandy that I could find and it was still really yummy. Make sure you let the apples soak for a while because they draw some of the bite from the liquor. I made mine in the morning and served it at 6 PM and it was great! Kind of like a grown up apple cider punch! (Cook time is chill time)

    Recipe #490291

    I found the recipe on a blog called "Nothing But Country," and I've made a few additions to suit my needs.

    Recipe #488299

    I was going to make spaghetti pie but I didn't have any ricotta or cottage cheese so I tweeked it and came up with this. My son and BF loved it! The measurements are approximate since I don't really use measuring cups when I cook, I just kinda eye it up. I hope you like it as much as we did!

    Recipe #399264

    Another yummy, refreshing summertime cocktail. The fresh fruit makes it to die for. Takes a little bit of time to "muddle" the fruit, but it's all worth it in the end.

    Recipe #194689

    I have not tried this yet, but the picture in the cookbook looked like it would be really good. It's from the Favorite Brand Names Cookbook and sounds like it would be really easy to make.

    Recipe #325549

    This is another variation of the Birthday Cake Martini (this is the fruity version as opposed to the other Recipe #473107 that is chocolate based). Rim with cake icing and sprinkles for an extra special treat!

    Recipe #474732

    I found this on a blog called "A Dash of Sugar and Spice" and I'm posting for safe keeping. I think I'll make it some weekend my husband is at camp because he doesn't eat mushrooms! It's a good vegetarian dish that could easily go carnivore with the addition of chicken.

    Recipe #479194

    This is from The Great American Favorite Brand Names Cookbook. I'm trying to get as many of these recipes posted before I have to return the book to the library. When I try it, I'll come back and let you know some more about it. If anyone else tries it, please do the same.

    Recipe #318280

    This is from the Favorite Brand Names Cookbook. I'm trying to get some of the recipes up here before I have to return the book to the library AGAIN. If anyone tries it, please let me know how you like it!

    Recipe #325607

    I saw another recipe posted for this and when I made it, it was a little different than the one my Mama always made. So I called her and this is what she told me was in her original recipe. It tasted just the way I remembered. And before you start critiquing, this recipe was not meant to have cinnamon and allspice in it. It's just a simple, quick way that I was taught to make red beet eggs and I was told that this is the "Central PA Dutch" version, not the Amish version. I don't know the difference, but these are fantastic. Hope you enjoy! (COOK TIME DOES NOT INCLUDE OVERNIGHT REFRIGERATION)

    Recipe #454305

    My friend Mandy made these for a holiday party and I could not stop eating them! With only 4 ingredients, they are a snap to make. I like them because they are not breaded and they are baked instead of being fried for a carb healthy snack. You can use light cream cheese and light cheddar cheese to cut some of the fat, too, but I'm posting the full fat version that I originally tasted. I promise that you will not be able to resist these little puppies!

    Recipe #473386

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