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    This is sooo different from the other Wild Rice Recipes I have used. It is delish. What a wonderful difference, but I love pecans, apples etc. Time is overnight chill.

    Recipe #154661

    This is a fantastic recipe.I served this to 30 guests for the first time in 1994, at a BBQ, on 4th of July. The raves were soooo good, everyone wanted the recipe. We had family visiting from Minnesota, and they thought they had ate corn every possible way that was good, till they tried this. This is very simple. We love it soo much, I brave the winter to go out to the gas grill. Another great recipe from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #154654

    These are the cutest rolls you'll ever eat! I loved all the raves..And they taste good too. I started making these for my boys when they were about 6, 8 and 10. Had to always make lots for all their friends, and all the adults loved them too. The honey butter is delish too. This is another recipe from Taste of Home. I also did tie a ribbon around the neck of the bears for the kids.(well, maybe the adults too!) If you have kids or grandkids they will be sooo excited to see the bread at the table. I often made these in the winter for my boys and their friends as a treat.

    Recipe #154650

    I love this dinner on St. Pats day or any day. This is from my mother-in-law. I have been making this for about 26 years. I was not really fond of corned beef till this recipe, as a new cook, it was simple, easy and delicious.

    Recipe #154638

    This looks and taste fabulous! It has only 2 ingredients--all store bought. If you love Suzie Q's this cake is for you! There is no baking, or mixing, but looks like a million,and is very impressive to serve. My family loved it! If you love chocolate you may use chocolate frosting for a double chocolate treat. To make it look even more spectacular, garnish with the chocolate curls. I hope someone makes this and can take a picture of it, as I don't know how to post. The vertical layers of chocolate and white are very impressive, this is extremely easy to make. I couldn't remember the size of my springform pan, but it took an extra box of snack cakes for me,not the entire box, but nobody seemed to balk at eating the leftovers there either, and I didn't think to count them. but it was worth it.Time does not include overnight refrigeration. This is taken from Womans World Magazine.

    Recipe #154305

    Recipe comes from local paper. Meyer lemons are a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. They are sweeter than a lemon and are called a true lemon they have a pure, true lemon flavor.Look for them in your local supermarket. You can freeze the juice for future use. I think you will love them. They do have a distictive flavor, they have no bitter aftertaste, and make great lemonade, be sure to use less sugar.

    Recipe #153413

    Found this in a local newspaper. Can't wait to try it. Wanted to post it before I lose it. Meyer lemons are a type of lemon, they are a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. Their are sweeter and a little less acidic flavor. These lemons are from California and are found across the country. Look in your grocery stores or specialty stores. Whole Foods, Wild Oats, Schnucks, Dierbergs, and Straubs in the Midwest. The season runs from November to May. Chefs are said to love to cook with these lemons.

    Recipe #153412

    This cheese cake is wonderful. It is easy to prepare and different than most. I have been making this for about 20 years, and cannot remember who gave me this recipe, but it sure got used a lot over the years, and I have given it out many times.

    Recipe #149794

    This cheese ball is soooo easy. It has a very mild taste and I have been making it for over 25 years. Came from my good friend Patty. I don't think this one is posted. I think this is different. You'll love the ease and the flavor

    Recipe #149792

    This is a recipe that is quick and easy, and tastes great. Whitey Herzog was the manager for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team, and is quite the celebrity here. Please note that he states do not use whipped margarine or margarine spread.

    Recipe #149628

    This is a deliciously different type of dip. Thicker than most. This recipe comes from a cookbook Favorites from Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis.Published around 1986 I think. Add less or more mayonnaise to suit your taste.

    Recipe #149623

    This is another version of the 7 layer salad, but it does not contain any cheese. My family prefers it. I hope you like it, it is requested often. It will not seem like enough dressing at first, but trust me just keep mixing. This is a wonderful version given to me by a dear friend, Patty over 20 years ago. If you forget to take the peas out to thaw, no worries, I do that all the time, and put them in there frozen.

    Recipe #148735

    This is a wonderful tasting, easy appetizer recipe I got from a friend about 12 years ago. When she brought them to my house for a get together, I just had to have the recipe, and was pleased with how simple and easy they are to make. And I love anything that I can do ahead of my big day.

    Recipe #148411

    This recipe is from winners in a collection from a By the Sackful, White Castle cookbook. This is a make ahead casserole, can be done night before, and popped in oven, haven't tried it yet, just got it, but I can't wait. My family loves anything like a White Castle hamburger, and my DH loves them for breakfast.

    Recipe #148375

    This is the first place winner for 2005 in a White Castle Hamburger cookoff.

    Recipe #148372

    Got this recipe from a Dierbergs grocery store a few years ago and have been making it every since. It is a very different salad, my family loves it.It is extremely easy to prepare. But you must use the broccoli cole slaw for this flavor.I usually find the Garlic Expressions Dressing in with the produce, not with the salad dressings in our stores.

    Recipe #148354

    I found this recipe in a Betty Crocker cookbook over 25 years ago, when I didn't really like liver. I loved this, and changed my mind.

    Recipe #148176

    These tasty bars are a delight to serve. The combination of sweet and salty is a delight, and the combination of colored candied cherries, gives it the Christmas appeal. A great addition to your holiday tray, and different.Very fast and easy to bake.

    Recipe #148175

    These are the most adorable cookies ever! I wish I could post a picture, haven't learned how yet. This is from Taste of Home, I made these last Christmas for the first time, and they were a huge hit! The kids loved them, and the adults were busy trying to figure out how to make them themselves this year. They do taste yummy, but people are so busy admiring them, it's a while before they remember they are a cookie and can eat them. Got raves in all my holiday trays. They were really fun to make and not hard at all.

    Recipe #148173

    This is an easy and great tasting fast recipe. While the chili simmers, you can put the pot on to boil for the spaghetti. In no time you have a sensational supper, I just make a salad,for a side, garlic bread and when the kids were small orange floats.

    Recipe #148170

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