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    From Taste of Home magazine. I haven't tried this one yet, but it looks absolutely delicious -- like having dessert for breakfast!! And it's quite simple. (like, simple enough for even ME to want to make first thing in the morning!!) The recipe calls for Cinnamon Raisin bread, but you can use whatever kind you want or have on hand, of course.

    Recipe #184914

    From a cookbook called "Best Loved Slow Cooker Recipes," this soup tastes very similar to French onion soup, but the cheese is mixed right in. I've had a little trouble in the past with the cheese and milk curdling, so I turn my slow cooker off and let the soup cool a little before adding. *Update Sept 22/06: Try adding a pound of smoked sausage and 2 diced potatoes for a heartier version.

    Recipe #184900

    This used to be the traditional Mennonite Sunday lunch at our house -- it has since become more likely at supper, but it's just as traditional and just as delicious! I'm not sure where farmer sausage is all available or whether it's one of those local specialties just available in Manitoba, so I've posted a recipe for that as well for those of you who make your own sausages. (#184513) If you can't buy it nearby or make it yourself, I'm terribly sorry -- you're definitely missing out! This recipe is for those of you who can.

    Recipe #184845

    I got this recipe for a VERY yummy spread from a co-worker several years ago. I've had this as an appetizer with crackers, but they'd work wonderfully in a dinner party setting as well, served with warm rolls or French bread.

    Recipe #184841

    From a little pamphlet called BakeFest Holiday Baking 1998, these pretty much always just get made at Christmas time. I'm not sure why, but DH always requests them then and for whatever reason, I don't really think about making them any other time of year. A shame, really..... (prep and cook times do not include cooling period before frosting)

    Recipe #184701

    I have no idea where this name comes from nor where my mom got this recipe, but it's a favourite of mine. My recipe doesn't indicate a yield, so I'm guessing because I haven't made these in a while.

    Recipe #184671

    Yet another favourite recipe from Campbell's Soup. Not authentic, by any means, but easy, yummy, and you already have all the ingredients on hand.

    Recipe #184661

    I haven't tried this yet, but it's definitely on my to-make list yet before summer's completely over. Looks like a great side dish for a Tex-Mex kind of meal -- or a potluck party. From TOH magazine.

    Recipe #184593

    From Taste of Home magazine, a quick, delicious meal for two. I generally double or triple the loaf recipe, so there's enough for the 4 of us -- and maybe even leftovers for DH to take to work the next day.

    Recipe #184589

    Another recipe from TOH that I haven't tried yet, but it looks delightfully sinful!

    Recipe #184573

    I think this is another one of those recipes my mom clipped out of the Winnipeg Free Press. She doesn't have a bread machine, but she thought it sounded good, so the next time they came out to visit, she had me make a loaf for her! Since then, it's become a favourite around here -- especially at breakfast.

    Recipe #184520

    Another recipe from my dear friend. No doubt an effort to make homemade buns something SHE didn't always have to do FOR me!! (prep time includes kneading; passive/cook time includes rising time)

    Recipe #184519

    Here's another recipe from my best friend. She's the quintessential farm wife and she's always been something of an inspiration to me -- in the cooking department as well as many other areas. I don't know if this is a recipe she thought up herself or if it's from one of her recipe books, but I always credit her with this one.

    Recipe #184518

    This is the recipe we got from my uncle when we wanted to make our own sausage. We discovered that making sausage was a bit more work than we were interested in -- especially since we had to rent shop space and use equipment we weren't really familiar with -- so we decided to leave it up to our butcher. Since he's also started using this recipe, we still get the same great sausage -- at a slightly higher price, yes, but with a lot less work! (I haven't included the time it takes to stuff casings because that will be different for everyone.) **Edited Sep07/06: I forgot to indicate in the intial post that this sausage gets smoked for 3-4 hours after it's in the casings. Without the smoking, it won't be farmer sausage, so it's a pretty key step!!!

    Recipe #184513

    I haven't tried this one yet, but it sounds absolutely delicious. Great for a party, but plan ahead as it needs to refrigerate overnight. (prep and cook times do not include fridge time)

    Recipe #184292

    My cousin CrystalB has a recipe posted for this here as well and I assumed it was the same one I had. I noticed today that it wasn't, so here's my version. (I haven't made this in a while, so I'm guessing at the prep time and yield.)

    Recipe #184285

    Another quick and easy cheesy macaroni side dish from Campbell's Soup.

    Recipe #184284

    Another wonderful recipe from Quick Cooking magazine and a perfect side dish for steak or a Mexican meal.

    Recipe #184283

    This recipe is from Company's Coming 'Weekend Cooking' cookbook and is actually designed for the fire pit, but I've adapted it for baking in the oven. Certainly not for those wishing to cut calories!!

    Recipe #184282

    A delightful discovery I made in my Company's Coming 'Lunches' cookbook. The original recipe includes a lemon sauce, but we prefer brown sugar sauce with a generous dollop of whipped cream rather. Or a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Mmm, and the smell... **Update Aug '09: Forget brown sugar sauce! Make a double recipe as a sheet cake (bake for only 20 minutes @ 325) with a double recipe of Recipe#127144! I don't know why I haven't updated this sooner -- I've been making it this way for at least the last 2 years already!!

    Recipe #184279

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