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    You'll want to save coffee in the morning for this delicious iced coffee in the evening. Be adventuresome - try different flavored creams. I keep mine in one of those Tupperware shaker containers.

    Recipe #226716

    This is easy and can be on the table in a little over half an hour - but tastes like it took a lot longer. The secret is the Bisquick which makes them puff up.

    Recipe #157898

    Here's an easy way to "doctor up" a can of tomato soup.

    Recipe #157896

    Here is my mayonnaise-onion version of the tuna salad kit.

    Recipe #151099

    I became addicted to those Tuna Salad Kits, but can't find them anymore - so I came up with my own versions. This first one is for the salad dressing and pickle relish version.

    Recipe #151096

    I love tuna, and fix it in many ways - but this is my all time favorite. Easy to double.

    Recipe #151045

    This recipe was given to me by a friend - it has been her family's sauce for several generations. Use it for spaghetti, ravioli, lasagne, etc.

    Recipe #150191

    A long time family favorite and a tradition on Halloween. The original name of the recipe was "Mixed Grill Firenze" but my kids didn't think that was very appealing, so they changed the name. This recipe is very easy to double, triple, etc. Great for picnics kept warm in a crockpot.

    Recipe #147308

    Years ago, at a fancy dinner party featuring Prime Rib, this was the first course and the star of the party. The host was a little embarrassed to give out the recipe, but I managed to get it from him. Very easy and one of the best cheese soups I've ever had.

    Recipe #147307

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