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    This recipe is changed from Bernardin's Rhubarb Concentrate, I changed it a bit to add raspberries for part of the Rhubarb originally called for. Times are estimates. Directions assume you know how to can.

    Recipe #483967

    The recipe is changed from a Certo Liquid Pectin recipe. Original recipe was for strawberry rhubarb jam. Times are estimates.

    Recipe #483966

    This recipe is changed from Certo Pectin Crystals. Directions assume you know about canning. Times are estimates.

    Recipe #483964

    This recipe is adapted from Bernardin Complete Book of Home Canning. I can this in small 1/2 cup jars for my kids' snacks. I still use 20 minutes processing time. Prep and Cooking Times are estimates, please follow recipe times. Recipe written in assumption you know how to safely can foods. Processing time is based on sea level, please adjust for your altitude.

    Recipe #483715

    I found this recipe on the Kraft Kitchens Website a few years back. I was poorer than dirt and my son like PB& J sandwiches for his school lunches, since chokecherries grow wild around here it was a cheap way to make jam.

    Recipe #434083

    1 Reviews |  By tasb

    This is a recipe that I modified from a co-worker's mom's white bread recipe. It made such soft bread I wanted to see if I could use the base as a multi-grain bread. Prep time doesn't include rise time.

    Recipe #433667

    This is the recipe I use for Fried Rice when I make it at the school. I usually leave the rice separate from everything else because the kids eat more that way, you can use ground beef or diced chicken for the meat.

    Recipe #414540

    Here is a basic recipe for Beef Noodle Soup that I use at the school.

    Recipe #414538

    I got this recipe from my high school cooking class. They are a standard Christmas Cookie in my house. Just before Christmas Break 2009 I made these with the kids at the school I now work at. Each kid got to make 6 cookies each to take home. Each color weighed about 10 grams each.

    Recipe #414537

    I am always looking for this recipe when cherries come into season. So I am posting it here for safekeeping. For some silly reason I can't find it on my computer when I need it. Cooking time is the chill time. From Company's Coming: Pies

    Recipe #383993

    1 Reviews |  By tasb

    After searching everywhere for a easy Multi-Grain Bread recipe, that didn't have a ton of ingredients or too many steps I finally decided to make my own. I might try topping this with rolled oats or sunflower seeds some time. I took a whole wheat bread machine recipe I knew worked well and added cereal mix soaked in water and added more yeast and more gluten flour. The directions are for a KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Can be made Dairy Free.

    Recipe #382832

    There is the recipe I use at the school I work at. It makes about 16 liters of sauce. I use it for spaghetti or even lasagna. It is a nice thick sauce that sticks to the ribs.

    Recipe #351723

    1 Reviews |  By tasb

    Here is the recipe I use where I work, the kids love it. Even though I make 16 liters it is all gone. I also use it for Chili Dogs and Indian Tacos. I have also made this at home using my roaster oven. I froze the extras in foil pans. Finally got around to measuring my spices so you know about how much to put in.

    Recipe #351636

    This recipe comes from the Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook

    Recipe #322597

    1 Reviews |  By tasb

    This one is from Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #264001

    2 Reviews |  By tasb

    This is from Company's Coming Cookie Cookbook. For some reason I don't like Fruitcake but I like these cookies.

    Recipe #263918

    This one is from Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #263834

    2 Reviews |  By tasb

    This one is from Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #263825

    3 Reviews |  By tasb

    This is from the box of Canada Cornstarch, we make them every year for Christmas. Being we were poor we used margarine instead of butter.

    Recipe #263793

    3 Reviews |  By tasb

    I don't know where this one came from but my high school cooking class. This was one of the cookies we made for the Christmas Dinner they had on the last day of school.

    Recipe #263792

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