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    These are SO good! I don't usually have low sodium broth or soy sauce and the dish doesn't turn out overly salty. (Though homemade broth is always best). I usually use an extra 1/2 tsp sesame seeds or so.

    Recipe #507534

    Recipe originally from Better Homes & Gardens.

    Recipe #507454

    I got this recipe from the Texas Beef Council website years ago and have used it ever since. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans to make a classic "comfort food" meal.

    Recipe #507453

    A very rich chocolate cake perfect for chocolate lovers! Frost with Hershey's recipe for "Perfectly Chocolate" Chocolate Frosting (recipe included here). I've also included directions for cake variations including 1 pan cake, 3 layer cake, bundt cake and cupcakes.

    Recipe #507451

    I've never counted how many muffins this makes, but it makes a lot! Recipe can easily be halved for a smaller quantity. These muffins keep very well in the freezer. While the recipe calls for 'chunk' pineapple, I prefer to buy the sliced rings and cut them to my own size preference, which is smaller then what is in the 'chunk' cans.

    Recipe #507447

    I got this recipe from a church cookbook called Favorite Recipes of Edmonds (1975) by Lea Franklin.

    Recipe #507424

    Very decadent and very delicious.

    Recipe #507193

    The best macaroni salad ever! There is a same titled recipe on food.com but it calls for a different type of mustard. I'm not sure when they changed the recipe but I prefer this version.

    Recipe #507185

    Refreshing salad that also includes peas and cheese cubes. I believe I got this from Betty Crocker's Timesaving Cookbook long ago. I've used many types of cheese in this including some cheddar mixed with Monterey Jack ... they have all been tasty.

    Recipe #501198

    Here is a great casserole recipe. The sauce is wonderful and really makes the dish scrumptious. Don't be daunted by the long list of ingredients, it isn't difficult to make.

    Recipe #174745

    This smells so good while cooking! Makes a great cereal or snack, and of course tastes like a great oatmeal cookie. The directions call for cooking on a greased cookie sheet but I used a silpat mat and it worked great.

    Recipe #174742

    I used this recipe countless times when working for a catering/deli business in Phoenix. It is delicious and always got wonderful comments from our customers. (A vice-president at US West Communications said he had tried carrot cake all over the world and this was his favorite). It is from 'The Silver Palate' cookbook

    Recipe #167640


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