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    This is a recipe that we often make while on vacation. Unfortunately, we tend to eat most of them as we are cooking them so few ever make it to the table.

    Recipe #435416

    I can't take credit for this one, it was found in an old magazine. I have made it several times and even the kids love it.

    Recipe #401662

    This recipe is favorite of ours served with some warm biscuts on a cold winter day.

    Recipe #401635

    This is a take on the "Toad in a Hole" I loved as a kid.

    Recipe #401633

    This is a great appetizer for a cocktail party or small get together.

    Recipe #344554

    This is a recipe from an old Taste of Home Magazine by Barbara Nowakowski. I plan to have this at our "Christmas Open House" this year.

    Recipe #344551

    A tasty little tidbit that does well on an appetizer tray. I usually serve this with either a horseradish sauce or a "bloody mary" sauce.

    Recipe #344416

    Every summer while growing up we went to northern Minnesota. One of the thingsI looked foreward to the most was having a bowl of wild rice soup and a black walnut ice cream cone.

    Recipe #344370

    This is not an ordinary casserole and absolutely positively NO marshmallows here!! This recipe made me and my family sweet potato converts (yes, we thought it was that good).

    Recipe #333166

    This recipe was a family recipe of Judith Fertig that I found in the Family Fun magazine. I wanted to post it so that I don't lose it as I am planning on trying it out this Thanksgiving. The prep time includes the rising time.

    Recipe #332938

    This is what makes makes shrimp cocktail a party :) This can be a bit potent so adjust the horseradish/hot sauce to your liking. I actually prefer to use the juice from bottled garlic instead of minced garlic, but dont tell my mom ssshhh!

    Recipe #329851

    This was my Great Grandmother Catherine's recipe, I have not tried to make these myself but wanted to post the recipe so that I wouldn't lose it.

    Recipe #329572

    What is fall without apples? If you want to be naughty add some (or a lot) of apple brandy and serve with whipped cream.

    Recipe #329569

    One Christmas, like so many unfortunately, we were extremely pressed for money and still hadn't bought presents for the extended family. I went waaaay out on limb with this one and it was by far the most welcomed gift of the season to many - not to mention a whole lot of fun to put together and deliver. I went to the grocery store and got a bunch of free cardboard boxes (the best are the boxes that the egg cartons come in because they have handles) and I went to the dollar store to get some towels to place inside of the boxes. My kids "wrapped" the outside of the boxes in wrapping paper and I placed the spaghetti pie (cooked in disposable pie plates) on top of the towels, to keep warm, inside the boxes along with some garlic bread, a bottle of inexpensive wine, some brownies and a hand picked $5 dvd from walmart. We then delivered the piping hot packages a few days after the holidays when everyone needed a break from cooking and entertaining. It was so much fun and so well received that I can't believe I haven't done it every year since...

    Recipe #328423

    This recipe is from an OLD betty crocker cookbook and is my absolute favorite Christmas cookie. My MIL sends a batch every year and is one of my favorite things of the season. DO NOT overbake these or they will become so hard that you might need to have dental work done (lol) If the cookies are too hard she suggests placing them in an airtight container with an apple slice. I did not include chilling time in the recipe.

    Recipe #327145

    My favorite sauce served with short ribs, prime rib or any beef dish for that matter.

    Recipe #327116

    It's like camping without the bugs. I use one full sleeve of graham crackers, which is about 10 sheets and 4 Hershey Bars - but the 'zaar computer cant seem to read those amounts no matter how I type them in (?)

    Recipe #326666

    This can be made in a crock pot as well, cook on high for 1 hr then reduce to low for 5 hours.

    Recipe #326651

    The maple sausage and brown sugar make these irresistable. These are always a hit at potlucks.

    Recipe #326596

    I love this side dish served with a nice thick steak.

    Recipe #326582

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