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    This tastes even BETTER than Cool Whip

    Recipe #494522

    YUMMY comfort food - and HEALTHY too!

    Recipe #459855

    ***The MOST succulent, tender chicken EVER! ** Recently I discovered a program "Secrets of a Restaurant Chef" (on Food TV) and watched Chef Anne Burrell make this recipe. (Google search will pop-up a 5 minute video or two from that show. And she shows how she "trusses" her chickens.) - This recipe is my tweak of her original recipe. - While the original recipe indicates that it serves 4-6, I have adjusted the servings to 8. For my family of 4, I get 4 meals out of roasting once (2 "main" meals and 2 soups). So I manage 12 servings out of the 2 chickens.

    Recipe #459854

    My 2 little guys (at the time) couldn't get enough! This is an EZ & very delicious skillet meal with items usually found in my house. In the 80's it was an "Old Standby" and has just been resurrected (Jan 2010). It comes from "The Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library" (I enjoyed getting new cards every week back then). PREP time does NOT include marinating time.

    Recipe #407386

    Adapted from a microwave cookbook recipe that my family loved, this recipe was a "Most Requested" item for years every Sunday at my church bake sale. (It shared top honors with the Lemon Meringue Pies I made). PREP time does NOT include brownie cooking/cooling time - Frosting is made after the batch is out of the oven & cooled. I made these the Saturday before the bake sale, but they freeze well, so they can be made ahead of time.

    Recipe #406898

    A moist and tasty meatloaf recipe. Perfect with boiled mashed red-skin potatoes and crispy, steamed green beans.The way it's cooked keeps it out of the grease & everyone who has tried it, loves it! --Let's face it - there are some incredibly awful meatloaf recipes out there. Some of the worst I've found were at restaurants! --This particular recipe is (adapted over the years) from my Mom's 1942 Betty Crocker cookbook - which she used the whole time I was growing up. She gave me the cookbook when I married. --In November of 2009, I made this for 20 people at "fish camp" in the Outer Banks of NC. Compliments galore! I was asked for the recipe by 10 attendees (the other 10 are in my family) --I also use the meat from the second loaf to make meatballs that cook well (fresh/frozen) in the crockpot on low covered in sauce. --Uncooked loaves/meatballs flash freeze well for OAMC.

    Recipe #406855

    I am told . . . . . DO NOT use fruit cocktail or Mrs Carey (the mother-in-law of my sister-in-law; the sister of my husband) will come back and haunt you. PREP/COOK TIME does NOT include refrigerated time for the custard.

    Recipe #406844

    The mother of one of the kindergarteners on my bus run gave me a dozen of these cookies as a Christmas gift one year. They were such a hit at home that I asked her for the recipe. Which she very graciously provided. Now it is my job to bake a batch every year for our family reunion Christmas celebration. These cookies are truly so scrumptious that there are never any leftover. (I use a cookie scoop, like an ice cream scoop, DIPPED IN COLD WATER before each use. Individual cookie dough FLASH freezes very well. Cook time is for one sheet in the oven - the rest of the dough is in the freezer!)

    Recipe #406838

    NO way is there such a thing as greaseless meatloaf! My neighbor came home from church with this recipe-so we both made it on the same night to test it. WOW! No dripping grease yet moist and tender and tasty. Now it’s an “Old Standby”

    Recipe #178813

    Just change the fruit/vegetable in this recipe and make the (tender, moist, heavy dark) bread your heart desires! Try zucchini in the summer, pumpkin in the fall, carrot-raisin in the winter, & banana-walnut in the spring. Use your imagination.

    Recipe #176767


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