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    This substitute works well in baked goods, soups and other cooked dishes. It will not whip, and therefore should not be used in any recipe that calls for whipping half and half. I found this on About.com-Frugal Living. Putting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #477595

    A good way to get the kids to eat squash, but elegant enough to serve at a fall dinner party.

    Recipe #213742

    An easy to make, kid-friendly accompaniment to a turkey dinner.

    Recipe #213737

    This recipe came from one of my church's cookbooks. It's always requested and always a hit at family functions. This really has the flavor of a BLT sandwich.

    Recipe #213731

    This is my Mom's recipe and is a staple at all family cookouts. For a healthier version, you can substitute turkey or vegetarian bacon and olive oil for the pork bacon, however the flavor is not quite as robust.

    Recipe #147536

    This is a tried-and-true recipe I've had for about 20 years and get rave reviews every time I make it. Don't let the name fool you, nobody ever figures out pineapple is the secret ingredient! I always buy the pecans already ground, the finer texture works better.

    Recipe #147535


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