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    You can use empty spice bottles and make a rainbow of colors, and the kids will love it! Its a great idea and money saver

    Recipe #489210

    With ginger, cardamom and pepper, this spiced chocolate mix is reminiscent of chai tea. Use it alone or to make a rich coffee drink, with or without spirits, or an exquisite fondue to serve with crisp plain cookies, fresh fruit or firm pieces of pound cake. Recipe by Crescent Dragonwagon, "Gifts from Your Kitchen," Relish the Holiday, November 2007.

    Recipe #489290

    Keep these ingredients on hand to make gravy for recipes that don't make pan drippings. Serve with meat loaf, Salisbury steak, hamburgers or even leftover roast beef or pork.

    Recipe #489279

    Toasted pecans add a nutty crunch to this creamy buttery fudge. I have given this candy with its wonderful caramel flavor, as gifts at Christmastime and people always rave about it!

    Recipe #489294

    The dough for these can be made ahead and refrigerated of frozen and batched can be baked freash as needed

    Recipe #489207

    This went together fast and is great if you want Mexican food but not the heaviness. lighter on the tummy and leaves more room for desert.

    Recipe #489282

    These are great and always go fast. I make these all year ans also include them in my Christmas cookie trays.

    Recipe #489278

    These are so yummy, you can dip or stripe them in chocolate. This one always goes on my cookie trays.

    Recipe #489296

    This is very yummy and is great in the summer when watching your calorie intake

    Recipe #489197

    Made this for easter and it was a hit. It was my first time making a roll and this turned out great

    Recipe #489293

    These are the best if you are looking for a chocolate fix

    Recipe #489280

    Sweet and chewy, these yummy layered squares come from Dick Deacon of Lawrenceville, Georgia

    Recipe #489291

    These buttery bars are the specialty of the Aloha Angel Café on Hawaii’s Big Island. Created by baker Cathy Haber, they have it all: a buttery, crunchy, nutty crust, caramel and rich chocolate. We like them chilled. Recipe by Greg Patent, "Relish America's Harvest," Sept. 2006

    Recipe #489211

    This is good and quick to put together. Can use any ground meat

    Recipe #489281

    This is a favorite of mine that I like to add to cookie trays - I also like to save the crumbs to sprinkle on cakes and ice cream

    Recipe #489285

    From Nancy Silverton's Pastries from the La Brea Bakery (Villard, 2000). included is a recipe for cream cheese frosting in case you want to make sandwich cookies out of your homemade crackers.

    Recipe #489208

    This came from the Tase of home site, and man is it great. I thought this would be a good place to keep it safe.

    Recipe #489202

    This is my mothers recipe that she got when she took a holiday cooking class. I gave these as gifts for Christmas and also valentines day, they are very well received. You can use any shaped cookie cutter to make for different occasions.

    Recipe #489192

    These candies disappear as fast as I can make them. The five-ingredient microwave recipe is easy and fun to make. When drizzled with white almond bark and packaged with ribbon, they make a pretty gift.

    Recipe #489215

    This recipe is so good if you like coconut and almonds. It is very easy and quick to put together

    Recipe #489283

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