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    A simple basic recipe. Time is approximate due to kneeding and rising of dough.

    Recipe #304339

    A delicious dessert with a nut crust. I got this recipe from a 4th grade student, Austin, at the school where I work part-time as a lunch aid. He had made it for a creative homework assignment and offered me some. After my second serving I had to ask him to take it away before I ate the whole thing. He told me he got the recipe from his grandma, so she and he get credit from me for this great dessrt.

    Recipe #289636

    Don Morrison's Crab and Corn Chowder from Morrison's Chowder House in Freeport, Maine. I haven't tried this yet (just saw it on our local TV.), but I love REAL old fashion chowdas' as I grew up eating my grandmother's many different types. Hope you love it as much as I'm sure I will.

    Recipe #209841

    A great shortbread crust for a cheesecake, which the serving size is based on. Prep time includes time to chill.

    Recipe #342826

    The most inexpencive and easiest recipe of all. The simplest way to soften fabrics and control static. Makes towels more absorbent.

    Recipe #387244

    From Redbook Using tortillas for the crust and fat-free egg product, reduced-fat cheese, and evaporated fat-free milk for the filling cuts the fat down to just 4 grams per serving. A traditional quiche has more than 20 grams of fat per serving.

    Recipe #248976


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