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    KRAFT PHILADELPHIA TOMATO & BASIL COOKING CREME is a new product found next to the Cream Cheese. I cannot get it listed in INGREDIENTS so PLEASE read directions!

    Recipe #489049

    Over Ripe-Over Stocked-Baby & Freezer Friendly An easy and fast way to make good use of the extra ripe bananas or a good reason to stock up when you can catch them on sale for $0.10 lb now and again. Banana Bread, Pancakes, Baby Food, Smoothies, Muffins, Cakes Etc....

    Recipe #413763

    I found a recipe similar to this online today, and had the best hours of laughing at the reviews. It became even funnier when I called my hubby and told him about it, he reminded me of my little sister's first official dinner cooked for her mother-In-law. (A great story I will included on my ME page later.) My DH made me see a need in having this posted for new cooks, as not everyone grows up with a good teacher from the start, with that in mind, here is my improved version.

    Recipe #157688

    A Tried & True method to have eggs in your house at all times. Make the most out of those great sales that happen just before the holidays. I have entered in the #1 just to post this recipe.

    Recipe #153034

    Something I love to do is save money. I have a friend that gives me several types of squash, along with many other goodies out of is modest garden. This is one of the ways we keep the good stuff growing.

    Recipe #152070

    This recipe uses the Amish Friendship Starter, see recipe posted by Kim D, Amish Friendship Starter Recipe #64793, it is the exact one I use. After 5 years of using this starter and making breads I have created several versions of the bread, this is the family favorite. Please note you can make your starter, and if you do not make bread that day, or do not want to give any away, measure out 1 1/4 cups and put in zippy lock freezer bags, write the date on bag, and freeze for up to 6 mos. (I put the 1/4 cup in to count for the stuff that NEVER seems to get out of the bag! To use, take required amount out of freezer and place in fridge to thaw for 48 hours, when completely thawed, just use as normal with no feeding. To use frozen starter to create a new series of starter, thaw on cabinet, place in plastic or glass jar, and feed it with 1 cup sugar, 1 cup flour and 1 cup milk. Count that as DAY #1. *One thing I have noticed - some people put the starter in the refrigerator. It works, but leaving it out at room temp is fine, and when this recipe was created, people did not have that luxury. The starter I am using today has been on the cabinet for over 3 years; everyone here is just fine & healthy! :) Trust the old people, we know things........

    Recipe #146096

    One of the constant recipes in our house. A very elegant presentation with very little effort. Charlie was a dear friend, and a great cook. I was 13 yrs old the first time I made this, and now @ 30+none-of-your-business, this dish is made at least once a month in my house. Everytime this dish is requested, cooked & tasted, the memories of Charlie fill my house and my heart, bringing him close again. ********* Please note - I no longer use a cut-up fryer as I did in the original recipe. My family is a breast group, with the occasional thigh & legs if Grandkids are coming over...

    Recipe #144592

    An old woman known as Granny Moss on a dirt road in the Ozark Hills knew what she was talking about. This recipe can be adjusted for any amount of pie dough, and does well when frozen for later use. It is the only pie crust my family will eat. Anything else just lays on the plate, abandoned. Below is the "starter" instructions for 2 of your favorite 9" pies.

    Recipe #144591

    One of the FIRST treats made for all our Holiday gatherings or parties. People can't stop eating it! This candy was first introduced to me by my husband 21 years ago. I thought the man was insane when I heard the name of it, and when I saw the ingredients, I knew he was crazy. I was addicted after the first bite! Please read the instructions carefully as size DOES matter! One of the most intense flavors I have ever met, completely satisfying for anyone craving sweets.

    Recipe #143601


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