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    from Southern Living 2003 Annual Cookbook. Posting it here for safekeeping

    Recipe #258653

    I am not a rhubarb fan usually, but I loveit in this pie! It was my grandma's recipe and it is very good. You'll be fighting over the last piece.

    Recipe #226286

    Garlic adds a lot of flavor to this dish. The long cooking mellows the garlic out and adds a lot of flavor to the chicken and vegetables. This recipe can be made ahead of time and baked later. I often add additional seasonings like black pepper, onions, etc. depending on my mood.

    Recipe #225693

    From Holly Clegg's Trim and Terrific Cookbook. Filling and tasty casserole that can be froze ahead of time. OAMC recipe. Recipe says that cooked shrimp can be substituted and wild rice can be used instead of regular rice.

    Recipe #222190

    Another way to enjoy sweet potatoes. These can be made ahead of time and baked later, if desired. Substitutions can be made for the evaporated milk such as soy milk.

    Recipe #222179

    These are very good and pretty simple. I've served them instead of pumpkin pie for a large group. Also nice for potlucks.

    Recipe #219105

    These can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the freezer. OAMC recipe. Then bake before serving. A great way to use up leftover holiday ham.

    Recipe #218455

    Hardly a salad, more like a dessert. Just a refreshing dessert that can be made ahead for a bit of summer anytime. No need to heat up the kitchen, let the refrigerator do most of the work. From Taste of Home publication.

    Recipe #210103

    Elegant, great make ahead cake! Pound cake, whipping cream, milk chocolate morsels, coffee ice cream, cool whip, and malted milk balls are put together in this yummy ice cream style cake. Would be great for a party. Found this in a Taste of Home publication, Spring 2006.

    Recipe #210081

    A twist on meat loaf. Make-ahead meat loaves. This recipe could probably be used for OAMC successfully. This is a kid pleaser recipe.

    Recipe #209991

    I found this one in my collection. This is for a garlic lover! It needs to marinate for at least 24 hours before cooking. Great on whole chickens and chicken breasts. I will be using it as a OAMC recipe. As with all garlic recipes, make sure everyone around you enjoys garlic as much as you do.

    Recipe #209148

    Sloppy joes combined with tater tots in a casserole. From Taste of Home's Simple and Delicious magazine. December 2006 issue. Credit goes to Karla Wiederholt of Cuba City, Wisconsin. I think this would make a great make-ahead casserole dish.

    Recipe #208804

    This recipe comes from Penzeys Spices Early Summer 2006 catalog. I got excited when I found this recipe because I was getting tired of buying the little crumb cakes in the vending machine at work. It was getting too expensive. Now I can make these up for less money and keep some in the freezer for a quick breakfast, snack, or share with friends at a coffee break. My 6 year old son loves them for breakfast.

    Recipe #208391

    Different way to prepare pork chops. Simple to make and can be prepared in less than 15 minutes. Recipe was developed by Linda Gassenheimer for the Miami Herald. I got it out of a local newspaper's food section. This sauce would probably be good with other meats such as ham, turkey, or chicken.

    Recipe #208098

    Chicken breast wrapped around a homemade herb cream cheese filling. This recipe would make a great dish for company. It looks impressive and fairly inexpensive. This would be a great dish for those on a lower carbohydrate diet. I would serve this with some noodles or maybe a rice pilaf. Sometimes, I vary the recipe depending on my mood with different spices like tarragon and use paprika in addition to the salt and pepper before baking.

    Recipe #206227

    Tuna sandwich in a casserole form. Talk about an All-American recipe! Budget stretcher and great way to use up that bread has gone stale. This casserole is a make ahead casserole. Prepare in the morning and bake in the evening. You can use different kinds of bread or other canned meats to vary the recipe.

    Recipe #206124

    This is the first recipe I ever used to can apple butter. Recipe starts out with applesauce, great for any time of year. It was my first time canning and it turned out great! This would make great Christmas gifts. I gave a lot of mine away earlier this year and everybody loved it. Their only complaint: put it into bigger jars! This recipe make a dark, spicy, and sweet apple butter. Makes a great sandwich with PB. Note: 3 quarts is equal to 12 cups or 96 ounces applesauce.

    Recipe #199372

    I like to use this for OAMC sessions. I usually divide the recipe into two making 2 8 x 8 pans. Try different kinds of beans and cheeses for a change.

    Recipe #198828

    Simple and delicious comfort food. This came from a Kraft cookbook, Best Ever Holiday Recipe Collection. Beautiful cookbook and full of great recipes, lots of popular name brand recipes. This appears to be a recipe full of possibilities, as far as options go. Soy milk instead of regular milk, brown rice instead of white, Splenda instead of sugar, are some of the changes I am considering. I think adding some raisins would be good, too. I think this tastes best, chilled. My son is not a vegetable eater. This is one way to get a vegetable into him, along with some vitamin A.

    Recipe #198755

    I haven't tried this, but it is on my list of to try recipes. It sounds easy and yummy.

    Recipe #196937

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