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    This is an original recipe from the kitchen of 4B's restaurant. My whole family craves 4B's soup often and would head over to get it "to go". Now that I don't live in Montana, I got the recipe from them to make whenever I wish here in Iowa.

    Recipe #153800

    Since having gastric bypass, eating hamburger is like digesting gravel! So, here is one of my veggie burger recipes. Feel free to add spices to fit your taste, such as cilantro. A bit of green chile or jalepeno will warm the taste of it as well! I've updated the recipe (4/22) per Jilibean's suggestion to bind the patties together more...thanks Jilibean!

    Recipe #156332

    Never send DH to buy yogurt - - you'll get plain yogurt every time, and then the little ones say, "But Mommy, it's yucky!" In a pinch, what could I do, but make my own flavored yogurt & it is a hit!

    Recipe #150202

    I use this everytime I make onion rings, hot poppers and other fried finger food. Once you use it for the first time, you won't have to reach for the recipe again, cuz it's so easy. To make more, just change the 1-1-1 to 2-2-2 or more.

    Recipe #164636

    My son asks for this almost every morning for breakfast. I like it because I don't really have to mess up the kitchen & it is quick. Different wattage microwaves may cause a slight change in the times that you cook. Using less eggs will change the time as well. If you forget the cooking spray, clean up is not as easy.

    Recipe #164143

    You can take the time to fry, cool, and crumble bacon for this - - but if you want to save time, use Oscar Meyer Ready to Serve Fully Cooked Bacon.

    Recipe #136127

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com OF COURSE it's NOT the real thing....so don't try to review it as if it were. Just enjoy it for what it is. If you enjoy it....Great. If not, provide a suggestion as to what I can do to make it better.....My husband will be the first to tell anyone that a copycat recipe isn't quite the same as the real thing. I found this on cdkitchen.com last night & tried it last night. Be sure to let it cool completely. DH said - - "THIS IS IT!"....so, we've thrown away all the store boughten dressings. Montana Heart Song wanted to know if it can be made with splenda & so I tried it & the answer is yes!!! (updated recipe)

    Recipe #157895

    The best thing about a stuffed turkey is the oyster dressing. My grandma (Gigi) and mom would argue every year as to whether it was better made with cornbread cubes or regular bread. I prefer regular bread, but you decide for yourself.

    Recipe #155118

    A light refreshing mixture to serve for breakfast or as a summery dessert. I use Splenda as I cannot digest sugar, but you can use sugar in its place if you wish. I haven't used ginger powder in place of fresh ginger. If you do, let me know the results!

    Recipe #156488

    These are very simple to make. When releasing the air from the balloons, do it slowly so the bowls don't crack. They are delicious bowls to serve ice-cream, pudding or various other treats in.

    Recipe #161209

    Why did the bear cross the road? To eat Mommy's rhubarb cake.....so said my son. This is an easy coffee cake that you will want to let cool completely before cutting into. If you like it more tart, or more sweet, just adjust the sugar amount to your liking. You may use Splenda in the place of sugar. I used my hands to mix up the crust as it makes quite a thick dough. Timing does not include cooling period.

    Recipe #168874

    The chunkier the veggies, the better. If you want to save on time, use Oscar Meyer Ready to Serve Bacon.

    Recipe #161428

    Gigi used to use a heart shaped mold. So pretty for Valentine's Day.

    Recipe #154956

    From Betty Crocker Quick & Easy. Dip these in pizza sauce, salsa, or spaghetti sauce that has been warmed up.

    Recipe #156489

    This was in a collection of recipe cards by my grandma (Gigi). It is quite simple and delicious.

    Recipe #152954

    Fresh Star Fruit is one of the things I miss most about living in Guam. Carambola (Star Fruit) looks just like a star when sliced. The skin is a glossy golden yellow when ripe, its matching flesh beautifully translucent and dotted occasionally with a dark seed. When ripe, it is juicy and fragrant. Its flavor, depending on the variety, can range from exotically sweet to refreshingly tart. In general, the broader set the ribs, the sweeter the fruit. This recipe is from a Martha Stewart cookbook. Most of the time listed is cooling time for the ginger broth.

    Recipe #155520

    You do not need an ice cream maker for this. Pistachio ice cream is my favorite & hard to find. I cannot digest sugar, so I took a woman's day recipe and changed it to fit my needs. I prefer salted pistachios, but feel free to use unsalted. You can use regular sugared pudding as well, but if you do, use the 3.4 oz size. This freezes very hard, so it's best to eat it up shortly after the first 2 hours!

    Recipe #156485

    My Grandma (Gigi) received monthly recipe cards from the Montana-Dakota Utilies Co during World War II. This was a recipe from the month of "April" Year unknown. The comment on the card states: Bake your doughnuts--and give your fat to the War Effort. Majority of time is the dough rising. **It takes a few minutes less when "proofed" in higher heat with fairly high humidity**

    Recipe #151208

    This was given to me by one of my Russian Language teachers. It is best served cool on rye or pumpernickel toast points. Passive time is chilling time.

    Recipe #160705

    My step-daughter brought this recipe to me. She will not normally eat squash, but she loves this soup. CAUTION!!! Before blending, be sure the soup has cooled slightly or it may pop the top off your blender & make a mess & possibly burn you!

    Recipe #168876

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