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    This is one of the Honey Sauces from The Pooh Cookbook, by Virginia H. Ellison. It's recommended as good on cake, ice cream, plain rice pudding, and warm milk. All recipes are accompanied by a drawing from one of the Pooh books and a quote. Try it on the Poohanpiglet Pancakes, recipe #134447.

    Recipe #134844

    Another Honey Sauce from The Pooh Cook Book by Virginia H. Ellison. Try it on the Poohanpiglet Pancakes #134447! Each recipe has a drawing and a quote from the original Pooh books. It was a great way to encourage kids to read and to enjoy cooking.

    Recipe #134843

    Another Honey Sauce from The Pooh Cook Book by Virginia H. Ellison. Try it on the Poohanpiglet Pancakes #134447! Each recipe has a drawing and a quote from the original Pooh books. It was a great way to encourage kids to read and to enjoy cooking.

    Recipe #134842

    Omigoodness! The diet will have to wait till tomorrow. Chocolate times three!

    Recipe #134448

    Years ago, my kids and I enjoyed a cookbook called "The Pooh Cook Book" by Virginia Ellison. Each recipe was accompanied by a line drawing and a quote from the original A.A.Milne books. We loved cooking together, and these recipes and pictures encouraged them to try reading themselves. This became one of our favorites for breakfast or lunch.

    Recipe #134447

    My daughter found a smoothie recipe in an American Girl booklet, and her older brother spiffed it up by adding chocolate. They love it for an 'emergency' breakfast, and can drink it in the car on the way to school.

    Recipe #133985

    Taken from Rachael Ray's 30-minute meals, this is amazingly quick, fresh, and light - can be made with any type of fish fillet. Of course, my usual salad-in-a-bag is a lifesaver here, and fresh broccoli steamed in the microwave or asparagus roasted alongside the fish completes the meal!

    Recipe #133718

    Another life-saver (time-saver) dinner from Real Simple magazine's "Fake It, Don't Make It" solutions. A ready-made salad-in-a-bag and supper's done.

    Recipe #133481

    Totally non-fat and very nutritious, with a honey-mustard dressing. The surprise flavor is curry in the dressing! Use baby spinach or whole-leaf spinach, washed & sliced.

    Recipe #133271

    Tastes good and smells wonderful! Modified from a 1998 Martha Stewart magazine.

    Recipe #133269

    Fast and easy, taking only about 10-15 minutes. Any type of cheese will work; American, shredded cheddar, monterey jack. Any meat can be added; thin-sliced pepperoni, honey ham, yesterday's left-over chicken.

    Recipe #133172

    Easy to prepare, easy to clean up! (My kind of recipe). We had this with steamed broccoli flavored with fresh lemon juice, salt, and pepper.

    Recipe #132983

    Meaty & delicious. A side salad goes well.

    Recipe #132889

    This recipe came from "The Can Opener Gourmet" by Laura Karr. I've made it with shrimp or crabmeat & both are delicious. There are a number of easy recipes in this book that my kids really enjoyed for dinner! You may have to cover the edges of the piecrust.

    Recipe #132713

    Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens. Light, fresh, and with a fat-free dressing

    Recipe #132364

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