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    Flo's recipe from Ruby! This makes a soft cookie, which gets dipped in a glaze.

    Recipe #520703

    My lovely cousin Carol sent me home from her house in Tampa with the most delicious pesto. We made it last as long as possible, and then I decided to make my own version of hers. I think I did a passable job! It is different, but still delicious! We love it on pizza with mushrooms and onions or pasta! I added a little lemon juice to keep the color bright. I also have been told that parsley does the same thing, so I added some of that too.

    Recipe #519329

    I modified my favorite Mini Chocolate Chip Crumb Cake to a peach cake. Cake came out yummy.

    Recipe #518302

    The secret to silky ice cream is a little bit of corn syrup. This ice cream is not only creamy and delicious! It has a lovely texture. You will never be happy with store bought ice cream again! Use real vanilla extract, not imitation. It makes a big difference. After churning, you can add whatever yummy goodies you want such as nuts, candies of every description, mini chocolate chips, Reese's peanut butter cups, swirl chocolate or whatever! Use your imagination.

    Recipe #518126

    Found this recipe in my mother's recipe box. I don't remember her ever making it, but I have and it makes gorgeous bread! Starter takes 10 days to ferment, but after this you can make bread anytime you want! Traditionally, starter is given to friends and family in 1 cup increments, after the 10 days. You can also freeze 1 cup in zip lock bags for future use. I know it sounds like a lot of sweetener, but the yeast needs this sugar to feed itself, bread will not be sweet. Starter can be used for many other breads, such as doughnuts, cinnamon buns, etc. Follow recipe using 1 pkg yeast and 1 cup of starter. Prep time doesn't count 10 days to prepare starter. Nutrition Information is for total ingredients so won't be accurate.

    Recipe #518120

    So delicious! One of my childhood favorites!

    Recipe #517661

    All I can say is if you like strawberries and rhubarb, you will love this!

    Recipe #516796

    My friend Clark made these cookies for an Oscar party. His theme was The Waffle of Wall Street. He won first prize so I decided to try them. So yummy. He used chocolate chips and butterscotch chips. I subbed mini peanut butter Reese's Pieces, since I didn't have any butterscotch. I also used half white and dark brown sugar, since I didn't have any light brown sugar. This recipe is great for summer - you don't have to turn on the oven! Don't make them too big. I baked them 8 at a time on my waffle iron and got around 40 cookies.

    Recipe #514203

    Fast and easy coffee cake. Makes one 13 x 9 or two 9" cakes. Can add pecans and craisins or substitute blueberries or peaches.

    Recipe #513560

    I lived in New Orleans for 4 months during Hurricane Katrina/Rita recovery, working with the Red Cross. This was one of my favorite meals and I have finally decided to do some research to see how it's made. This is a combination of different recipes I have found. Feel free to improvise according to your own tastes and what you have on hand. Basically, it's an olive salad with cold cuts (works well with any combination of Italian cold cuts)on a big round loaf of Italian bread, cut into wedges. You can also use fresh garlic and onion, if desired.

    Recipe #501471

    Chocolatey good and 1/2 the calories of the regular one. Can also be made entirely with sugar or entirely with Splenda.

    Recipe #496139

    This is a lemony tart and sweet dessert. Looks pretty in parfait glasses with raspberries and whipped cream. Cooking time is cooling time. Original recipe called for whipping egg whites until stiff and folding into cooled lemon mixture, but I have eliminated that step for safetys sake. It doesn't really alter the flavor at all, just the texture. Now I freeze the egg whites and save them for a meringe or Angel Food cake.

    Recipe #495356

    This old recipe was a favorite at Casa del Sol, in Sarasota, Florida. Can be made with other flavors of cake/pudding. Cheese sinks into center of cake making a creamy filling.

    Recipe #491141

    These cookies are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside...don't overbake! We like to put dark chocolate mini M & M's in them, if you can find them, along with mini chocolate chips.. You can substitite half butter and half butter flavored Crisco.

    Recipe #476199

    Love these cookies in our family. Looks pretty on your Christmas cookie platter. You can color the white part red and/or green.

    Recipe #470551

    I got this recipe from an old Chinese cookbook. You can find the Tiger Lily Buds and dried 'tree ears' in most Asian markets. We love this recipe! You can add chopped cabbage, but the original recipe doesn't call for it. I add it if I need to make a larger portion. I buy the Mandarin Pancakes at my local chinese take out place. You can make your own. See below. I serve with fried rice on the side. You can also use this filling for lettuce wraps...yum!

    Recipe #469668

    This are very tender butter cookies with walnuts. Can substitute almonds or pecans.

    Recipe #469432

    This is one of the regular additions to my Christmas cookie platters. I make them with strawberry and apricot jam and I also make some with melted chocolate. Make a ganache by melting one cup of chocolate chips with 2 tablespoons of milk or half and half. Stir until combined. Spread ganache on dough instead of jam and then sprinkle nut mixture. You can also drizzle all cookies with chocolate as a garnish.

    Recipe #468716

    You can also add some mini meatballs or sliced sausage to make this a heartier one dish meal...served with some garlic bread and a salad. Delicious meal any time of year!

    Recipe #466364

    This recipe is actually more crumb than cake; very buttery and yummy. Makes two large trays. Wrap well, after cooling and freeze one for later use.

    Recipe #466347

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