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    This is a Subway clone recipe that is very addicting.

    Recipe #454082

    This is the simplest recipe ever! I've canned a lot of pickles, and this is now our favorite sweet pickle recipe. And the beauty of it is there is no water bath required! It has a little kick to it from tobasco sauce. I do NOT like hot, spicey food so I was sceptical at first, but trust me, there is just enough kick to this to make it interesting.

    Recipe #391431

    Energy bars like Larabars are expensive ($1.75/bar) to buy. But you can easily make them using healthy ingredients. I made mine into small bites, vs. a bar. You can vary the ingredients using chopped dates, dried cherries or raisens or whatever dried fruit you have on hand. Yesterday at Costco I bought dried spiced apples and cranberries for under $3. I also buy my dried blueberries at Costco. Enjoy!

    Recipe #377509

    I got this from Sacred Heart Hospital's newsletter. It's quick, easy, less than 50 cents per serving and makes a great breakfast on the go. You can pack for school lunches or warm up for a quick breakfast. Good servied wih fruit and yogurt.

    Recipe #364608

    This is my adaptation of Rachaei Ray's Mom's Beef Stew. It super simple to make and the apple juice tenderizes the meat and gives it a wonderful flavor. Add whatever veggies you want. I sometimes include mushrooms. Enjoy

    Recipe #290912

    This recipe is posted on the side of the Krusteaz box of key lime bars. I have modified it a bit. You can also use Krusteaz lemon bars, or mango bars. They are a huge hit whenever I bake them. enjoy

    Recipe #222851

    This is so easy to make, and makes terrific toast. Unlike cinnamon bread that you roll and spread with cinnamon and sugar, it's all incorporated in the mix so it doesn't fall apart when toasted. I buy the cinnamon chips in bulk. This is yummy served toasted with brown sugar/cinnamon swirl cream cheese. Enjoy

    Recipe #183523

    We have made this in the past with green beans but my daughter doesn't like "squeeky foods" so we substitued asparagus. The flavor combinations make a great side dish and a nice alternative way to cook asparagus.

    Recipe #114612

    If you like a salad with a crunch, this one is for you. My sister-in-law Jean made this for lunch years ago and gave me the recipe. I just made it again today and was reminded what a unique and delicious salad this is. I'm lazy and bought a cooked Costco chicken and boned and diced it, but home made will work too. I also used a bag of pre-packaged cole slaw cabbage and pre-packaged shredded carrots to avoid all the chopping. Enjoy

    Recipe #110048

    I found this wonderful low-carb bread at Great Harvest Bread Company and now my life is complete. I used to make a ciabatta broiled cheesebread, but it was a no-no on low carb. Give this a try, it's simple and delicious.

    Recipe #107995

    These breadsticks are a kicked-up version that go great with soup.

    Recipe #77245

    This is excellent comfort food. Your house will smell great and your taste buds will thank you.

    Recipe #73048

    This is a wonderfully earthy, rich, mushroom sauce. I first served it with broiled Spencer steaks and poured the steak drippings in the sauce. It's actually hearty enough to eat without meat, over potatoes or noodles. Enjoy

    Recipe #70794

    This is my version of a wonderful recipe from Washington State Bed & Breakfast Cookbook 2nd edition, Carol Faino & Doreen Hazledine. I've experimented with adding lemon, orange or lime zest (using a microplaner) and all three versions are great. This has got to be the easiest recipe to make, and quick too. They literally melt in your mouth and everyone who eats them asks for the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #68764

    This is the ultimate comfort food, as we turn the corner into fall and cooler weather. It's simple and fills the house with great smells and the tummy with a nourishing, delicious meal. Enjoy!

    Recipe #39014

    This recipe goes great with almost any recipe, especially pasta. Experiment with it. My family loves it.

    Recipe #37124

    This bread goes well with a wide variety of menus. A word of caution though: Make sure teenage males come at the end of the buffet line when serving this bread, for they seem to inhale it. In fact, you may want to make two loaves, doubling what would be a normal portion, for this always disappears!

    Recipe #36725

    This is easy to make and a nice change from regular chicken salads. I am not a big curry fan, so you can use more according to taste. The currants add a nice touch. Perfect on a hot summer night with lemon sorbet frozen in whole lemon shells. Enjoy

    Recipe #35298

    This is a wonderful variation on baked beans and very easy. I've taken it for pot lucks and everyone wants the recipe. A heartier variation of this is to add a lb of browned hamburger.

    Recipe #24757

    These buns are great for sandwiches. They are just the right size...not as large as burger buns, but just right for lunches. They have a terrific texture and you can vary the garlic/onion to taste, or leave it out completely. Cheese would also be good. But best of kneading and it couldn't be simplier.

    Recipe #20601

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