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    My Mom use to make this all the time for parties and different occasions.

    Recipe #520141

    Gugelhopf is a southern German, Austrian, Swiss and Alsatian term for a marble cake or Bundt cake. It can either be a bread or cake. The recipe I got this from was for a bread but we found it to be too dry so I started using a cake mix. We have it every Christmas. My Mom even gave me a Gugelhupf cake pan.

    Recipe #520028

    Dragons tongues are a type of bean that my son had a lot of this year, along with green beans. I had to look up how to cook them. They are larger then green beans and slightly fuzzy, they are a cream color with streaks of purple that can be cooked like you would green beans, I have roasted them with green beans, you can't tell much difference in the taste. When I cooked these I had some green beans in the pot as well and they came out OK. I had a 1/2 lb. of center cut bacon in the freezer so I nuked it so that it was partly cooked and chopped it up.

    Recipe #518075

    Last year I asked my son to plant me some radishes and then I found this recipe in Cuisine at Home-Parties, Picnics and Potlucks. It is just great. If you grow your own be sure to save the tops, if you don't try and find the whole ones at your local farmers market or store.

    Recipe #516693

    I found this recipe several years ago at the service meat counter in our local supermarket and tweeked it a little. I also call it 'Really Good Chili That's a Whole Lotta Work' but my guys love it so what can I do? It can be 1/2 diced beef and 1/2 ground beef but we like it all diced. It's pretty mild so add more chili powder and chopped chilis if you like it hot. I also use trimmed stew beef instead of a roast, costs a bit more but its quicker to cut up. Prep time includes browning the beef and onions. It's good left over also.

    Recipe #395132

    Found this in a supermarket checkout cookbook years ago and it's still a family favorite. One important step is getting the water removed from the spinach as much as possible; after I drain it and squeeze as much out by hand I wrap it in a 4 layer pad of paper towels and squeeze it some more. Save the paper towels and use them later to dry off the noodles so they don't slide all over, this makes it a lot easier to spread the filling. I have listed 2% cheese and 1/3 less fat cream cheese but it started out being made with the full deal, we don't notice any decrease in flavor (I've also made it without the egg a time or two when I ran out and it tastes the same and holds together OK). I also think the filling makes a good spinach dip if you leave out the egg. Cook time includes the 5 minute stand time.

    Recipe #394420

    I found this on a copy-cat site and its the best I've found so far. I use a potato masher right before serving to make it creamier but with some chunks of potato. You could also use an immersion/stick blender if you like it really smooth. (I also like it served cold)

    Recipe #393658

    Found this in Cotton Country Collection by The Monroe Louisiana Junior Charity League that my DB and DSIL gave me for Christmas in 1981. I started using the Hershey's Special Dark Cocoa a few years ago with rave results. Its this chocoholic's dream cake. It is incredibly moist and rich, as well as easy. I use a disposible pan and take this to potlucks all the time. You can also mix in a bowl with the same results. (If you use the frosting recipe make sure you use whole milk, I made the mistake of using skim once and it came out so thin that even twice the amount of sugar would thicken it and it was too sweet after that to eat.I had to scrape it off and add more cocoa.)

    Recipe #332274

    Found this in one of those little cookbooks at the checkout and did a little tweaking. Instead of the almond extract you can try Anise extract and reduce the Mace to 1/8 tsp. and add 1/4 tsp. Nutmeg for the original. We don't really care for those seasoning so I tweaked. The cook time includes time to chill.

    Recipe #274912

    Found this in a diet-type cookbook, doesn't taste like a diet dish. The pasta can be cooked while the rest of the dish is prepared.

    Recipe #239890

    Found this in Cooking Light and surprise, everyone liked it (that's rare in our house). My DS uses plain cream cheese instead of the goat cheese but my DH & I like the slight tang of the goat cheese.

    Recipe #239887

    I found a greek dressing recipe that we liked from Zaar (I think it was one of Kittencal's) and went from there. My DH loves just about anything with Feta on it. I don't use fresh basil enough to keep it on hand so I use a jarred kind (Polaner Chopped ready to use). The salad is best if you let the dressing chill but I have made it at the last minute also, I just make the dressing first and chill while doing the rest.

    Recipe #239769

    I adapted this from a WW cookbook for my parents who always get chicken with rice soup. It is best when made totally from scratch and the chicken is cooked in a crock-pot but can be made using a store roasted chicken. I have also used red leaf lettuce and spinach in place of the escarole.

    Recipe #208787


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