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    This came from the Betty Crocker cookbook. Its egg free, and can be mixed right in the pan!

    Recipe #93228

    A very easy and tasty cheesecake for cheesecake making newbies such as myself! I found this in the Company's Coming Rookie Cookbook.

    Recipe #92470

    I found this recipe on AllRecipes.com and fell in love with it. You can use a different cheese if you do not like swiss and use a different broth if you are out of vegetable broth.

    Recipe #89082

    I have no idea where my mom got this recipe from, but is has been one of my favorites since I was my sons age! Despite its name there is no cheese in it! This is also a great recipe to experiment with by trying diffrent jams like blueberry instead of strawberry! Also the amount of tart shells needed is sketchy, because moms recipe never says how many I need!

    Recipe #83758

    Another SCA recipe that is great to have for a nice sunday dinner! It also makes some tasty sandwiches!

    Recipe #61765

    I like to serve this dish at the Society of Creative Anachronism potluck feasts (medieval renactment). Its a kid friendly dish and can be a complete meal when put together with potatoes and a veggie. I hope you all like it

    Recipe #47025


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