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    1 Reviews |  By ttreber

    These are the most delicious treat on Christmas morning at my house. I make a fruit salad, heat up some sausage, and serve with a make ahead egg casserole. Whoever shows up enjoys this and I can do it all the night before!

    Recipe #326865

    2 Reviews |  By ttreber

    This is a must-have at all family get togethers. You will need Lil smokies weenies, a jar of knott's jelly, and french's mustard, a mini crockpot, and toothpicks to serve. You really want to use the name brand items, the off brands just don't taste the same! Enjoy. Try not to ruin your dinner.

    Recipe #326857

    My Grandma-in-law brought this recipe with her when she moved from Alberta, Canada many years ago to "the States." It is a staple at Christmas, and a very rich, special dessert.

    Recipe #326899

    1 Reviews |  By ttreber

    This is from the late Granny Betty, lover of mayonaisse and crossword puzzles. When I first had a holiday meal with my husband's family this was called, "The apple salad." I thought it would be a waldorf, but it is more like a refreshing dessert salad. It is a must have at every holiday dinner. We have an apple peeler/ corer from the fair just for making this salad.

    Recipe #326861

    1 Reviews |  By ttreber

    I wanted to get away from ground beef for a few recipes. This is great in spaghetti. I had leftover meatballs and put them with marinara sauce and hoagie rolls, I spread them with butter, garlic powder, and more parm. After putting them on the broiler for a minute or two, We had sub sandwiches. Everyone loved them! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #325887


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