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    This is another recipe from the nice folks at the Providence Journal. These fun treats are great at Halloween, but the basic recipe is a delicious fudge which can also be enjoyed anytime of the year. Simply roll fudge balls in toppings for easy candy treats. How long it takes will depend on how dedicated you are to making an eye-catching treat!

    Recipe #192244

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    I have no idea where I got this recipe, so if anybody knows, please tell me! It is a really great gift (small jar of it) with my own recipe for beef sticks and Bananasmom's recipe for wine crackers. Maybe a little something sweet would round out the gift basket!

    Recipe #191450

    I got this recipe from an elderly neighbor a few years ago and my son frequently requests it! The name, my neighbor said, came from the days of the Great Depression, when stretching everything was a must. It's quick, easy, cheap to make and very good, too! The mashed potatoes are a guess - fix what you need to feed your family!

    Recipe #190612

    2 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    I found this recipe on the Providence, R.I. Journal website and I figured, hey, with the season of hobgoblins drawing near, it wouldn't hurt to have a good recipe using lots of garlic to keep the vampires at bay!! People who don't like garlic should not try this as written, but for us who do like it, it's a real keeper!!

    Recipe #189374

    I wandered onto the FamilyFun.com website and found this cute recipe - sure to be a hit as the season of the weird approaches! Enjoy!

    Recipe #188946

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    When autumn arrives, I especially love the taste of apples! While preparing Sunday brunch, I came up with this simple recipe (if you can call it a recipe) that delivers big flavor with little effort. I'm calling it Apple Flip but I hope you'll call it just plain inspired!! I used Cooks Grand Reserve champagne - inexpensive, but great with this concoction! The measurements are required, but just eyeball the half-and-half combo in your flute!!

    Recipe #187628

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    After trying many recipes for Frijoles Negros, we've decided that this is by far our favorite! It's more time-consuming than some other recipes, but well worth the effort. Prep time does not include time to soak the beans.

    Recipe #186945

    2 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    This is a delicious side that's great for pot luck or cookout! Easy to make, too. My friend, Betsy, gave me the recipe several years ago and we've been enjoying it ever since. The number of potatoes is a guestimate because another friend, who raises potatoes in her garden, gives them to me and they vary in size.

    Recipe #184910

    I found this recipe in a woman's magazine quite a while ago, and now, when my feet feel tired, I treat them to this spa-like bath and WOW!

    Recipe #184180

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    When I saw Tipical Mary Ellen make this on her HGTV program, I didn't believe it could really taste good. But always being ready to try something different, I gave it a shot and for crying out loud, it IS good! I suppose that any flavor would be good, but I stick to German chocolate cake mix with Pecan/Coconut frosting. It is sweet, but, hey! it's CAKE!! Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!!

    Recipe #180687

    Now's the time to start watching the grocery ads for whole sirloin tip roasts. They usually weigh about 10 pounds, so the cost of making the beef sticks is minimized considerably if you can find a deal on the sirloin. These make great gifts, when presented with a small jar of homemade mustard and a pack of hamemade crackers! Buy the roast, have the butcher trim all the fat and grind into hamburger. Package the meat and freeze until holiday season, if you wish. The liquid smoke is optional, but if you use it, go easy - a little is a lot, with this ingredient. Makes 10 beef sticks

    Recipe #180631

    I got this recipe from a collection of recipes for covered dishes entitled "Just As I Ham" by Jane and Mark Jarrell. The actual recipe is credited to Charlotte Hislop, First Baptist Church, West Monroe, La. The "nuts" are really good! The recipe makes 4 dozen, and they're easy to make, too! The number of servings is a guess - all I know is that they always go quickly!!

    Recipe #180428

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    This recipe originally came from a Junior League of Atlanta cookbook, so I understand. I can enjoy these as a complete meal - you KNOW how we GRITS love our grits!!

    Recipe #179325

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    These are sooooo good! Recipe makes a lot, but they go quickly. The cookies freeze well, but do not travel well. I got the recipe from a community cookbook and have enjoyed making them for years, especially around the holidays. Recipe makes about 10 dozen cookies, so they are great for a cookie swap party.

    Recipe #177434

    Somebody gave my mom this recipe back in the 1950's, I believe. She made it every Christmas and everyone we knew loved it because it didn't have that "weird stuff" in it. Now, when I make it, I mold it in those small loaf pans and I get the same reaction! Hope you enjoy it as much as we always have!! Cooking time is refrigeration time. We use red and green cherries and yellow (or natural) pineapple

    Recipe #177414

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    This recipe is a lot like Meg's Green Bean Bundles - Recipe #106582. This, too, is a yummy and different way to serve canned green beans! Prep time does not include marinating time in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #177401

    This recipe came from the cookbook that was included with my first pressure cooker. We enjoyed it then, and now that the slow cooker has kind of taken over, we are still loving it! My slow cooker is the kind with the metal container that sits on a griddle-like base, so I brown the chops in the container on the rangetop, then set it on the base to cook. The mustard and flour measurements are guesstimates because I long ago lost the booklet. Cook time depends on the thickness of the chops.

    Recipe #175249

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    I'm not sure this even qualifies as a recipe, but we've been enjoying it ever since we had it at a cookout several years ago. Turns the ordinary into something unexpected and tasty, too! Wonderful with roast pork! Can adjust the horseradish to taste. Cook time is chill time - just a guesstimate.

    Recipe #174389

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    These are tasty little bites to munch on!! From Southern Living (1985), they have been staples around our house during the holidays and have now made their way into summertime entertaining - we enjoy with chilled chardonnay, pinot noir and even some merlots. If the dough seems too crumbly to form around dates, just add a drop or two of water and mix well until the dough holds together.

    Recipe #174255

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    This sounds a little weird, but the taste is astounding!! A good way to get rid of some of that prolific zucchini, too!! Small patties make a great hors d'oeuvre for parties. My experience is that zucchini can have different amounts of juice, so the bread crumbs may need to be increased. Also, more Old Bay can be added to taste.

    Recipe #172402

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