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    My grandmother makes this for every holiday as an appetizer while we are waiting for the big meal or while we are opening up Christmas gifts. It may sound odd, and I'm surprised I didn't see this one on Zaar some are like it but not exactly. Hope you like it as much as our family does!

    Recipe #275027

    I just came up with this recipe spur of the moment. I'm only 12 (by the way I'm using my mom's account) and I LOVE to create, cook, bake,and eat! I think this would be a great after-school snack for your kids (it's super quick) or just a tasty uplifting treat when your day has been yucky. Hope you like! please give me some suggestions!!! :)

    Recipe #232096

    I watched an episode of Robin Miller and my husband said it sounded good. My husband is EXTREMELY picky and he was wanting to try an apple stuffed pork?? So of course I just had to make it!! I didn't have any dried rosemary on hand, I had seasoned pepperidge farm stuffing and I stuffed 5 thick pork chops. You may need to cook the chops a little longer depending on thickness. I cooked mine around 15-20 minutes and it was a little dry, so next time I'll cook it less. It has a great sweet and spice taste to 'em!

    Recipe #222849

    I hope you like this recipe it has been kid approved (by a 8 & 12 year old)! If you like chocolate and can eat a container of malt balls then this is the cookie for you. (come on I can't be the ONLY one) LOL

    Recipe #203195


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