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    One of the things I loved to eat before becoming vegetarian, was beef stew. While this stew is no longer made with beef, the carrots, potatoes, onions, celery, and tomato cook in a thick brown gravy. There are many variations of this recipe on the internet, this one was found on

    Recipe #244943

    I found this recipe on Contributed by Jerry Interval "The Pride of Potlucks" June 28, 2001. We use the basic recipe and method, but substitute fat-free ranch dressing and splenda sweetened pickle relish for the mayo and mustard. No cholesterol means we can enjoy these alot more often :)

    Recipe #224038

    This recipe has been in our family for years. I can't imagine a traditional holiday dinner without this on the table!I started making this with splenda instead of sugar for my father, who was a diabetic. We sometimes use the pecans, but feel free to leave them out and make this alot lower in calories.

    Recipe #192623

    I am so happy! Long story short..This recipe is the only recipe for pie crust that has worked perfectly for me every time. I have been making it now for over 30 years. We moved and I thought it was lost. Have tried many since, trying to replace this one. Today my husband found the lost recipe. Posting here for safe keeping. From a very old and well used Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #190282

    This recipe came from Cooking Light- October 2003. Simple and quick to prepare, lo mein is a great meal without spending a lot of time in the kitchen.

    Recipe #188134

    We try to eat well around our house most of the time. Once in awhile, we cut loose and have a bit of dessert. If your going to have dessert, make it a good one. Southern Living Nov 2003

    Recipe #187903

    We love pico de gallo at our house! From The Milwaukee Channel. Enjoy!

    Recipe #187417

    Found this recipe on the Reston Web, an online community forum. Don Pablos tortilla soup is something our entire family loves. This recipe looks very promising. I haven't tried it yet, but wanted to post it here asap to keep it from getting lost.

    Recipe #178060

    No tomatoes here, just a satisfying cheese and chicken filling with a creamy sauce all over it. I found this recipe on the all recipes site several years ago. This is an excellent recipe!

    Recipe #177774

    I found this one online while searching for something else, and am very glad to have found it. Quality boursin cheese can be very expensive! Credit here goes to The StillWater Group website.

    Recipe #177770

    Sharing some of the recipes that came with my Kitchen Aid Mixer.

    Recipe #177648

    Another recipe that came with my Kitchen Aid stand mixer.

    Recipe #177647

    I found this one on the back of a bag of long grain rice some time ago, and have used it ever since. It always comes out perfect,and I can be doing something else while it is cooking. Plain, or with your own herbs and spices, this will probably become a staple in your kitchen as it has ours!

    Recipe #174746

    At our house we love healthy food! The only requirement is that it also has to have taste , as well as being healthy. Who wants to eat healthy, if it tastes like cardboard? If you love mexican food, you are going to like these burgers!! Perfectly seasoned and great for healthy grilling. This recipe was found in an issue of First magazine. Makes 4 burgers.

    Recipe #171744

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