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    This is an adaptation of a "Brownie Goody Bar" recipe I found on the back of a Better Crocker brownie box a few years ago. We also call them Scotcharoo Brownies, because they have a butterscotch, peanut butter, rice crispy layer on top of a fuggy brownie. This is my family's favorite sweet treat! They are sooo good. I usually wrap them individually in suran wrap and store in the refrigerator so that they do not all get eaten at once. This slows the guys down a little.

    Recipe #382974

    This wonderful recipe is from "Martha Stewart's Cooking School" and is delicious any time of the year! It is a bit tedious to assemble, but well worth it! It is very moist and each slice is swirled with stuffing. It makes a beautiful presentation! I first made it for Thanksgiving when I was also serving pork loin and did not want to make a whole turkey. It was a huge hit! I make it with America's Test Kitchen's Classic Bread Stuffing with Sage and Thyme (Recipe # 354309), but you can use your favorite stuffing recipe. A moist stuffing works best! To save time, ask your butcher to bone and butterfly the turkey breast. Make-ahead tip: This can be assembled (through step 2) and refrigerated up to 24 hrs before roasting.

    Recipe #354422

    My mom always had a bowl of this in the fridge during the summer, and now I do too! My mom sliced her cucumbers and onions in cold salt water for a few hours first, but I usually do not. I do not notice difference when they are not soaked. Instead of peeling the cucumbers completely, I leave a few stripes of green to add color to the salad. Note: Cooking time includes time to chill salad before serving.

    Recipe #354402

    This is an excellent traditional stuffing (we call it dressing here in teh mid-west) from America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook. It was a huge hit at Thankstiving! I baked half in a small casserole and used half to stuff two turkey breasts. Next year I will make at least 1 1/2 batches, because my guests asked for more! I made this the day before, and refridgerated until I was ready to bake on Thanksgiving day. It turned out great!

    Recipe #354309

    This is different than any other I've seen posted. It is a super easy recipe for stovetop Mac & Cheese that is to die for! It uses evaporated milk, which keeps the cheese sauce from separating and becoming grainy like a lot of recipes I've tried do. I sometimes use a combo of cheddar cheese and Velveeta to make it extra creamy, but it is awesome with all cheddar too.

    Recipe #354302

    My mom has been making this pie since I can remember, and now it is a staple in my kitchen. It uses quick cooking tapioca, and has a very fresh taste since you do not cook the blackberry mixture before baking. You can use fresh or frozen blackberries. I am always asked for the recipe when I take it to a pot-luck or gathering of friends. I love using Martha Stewart's Foolproof pie crust (Recipe #59026) for double-crust pies like this.

    Recipe #354130

    This is a variation of Sausage Stars/Sausage Cup recipes that use wanton wrappers and ranch dressing. My version uses Tostitos Scoops (bowl shaped corn chips) and cream cheese for some of the ranch dressing. I made these for Christmas Eve and Super Bowl Sunday, and they were a huge hit on both occasions! You can make the filling in advance and refrigerate until you are ready to assemble and bake. If I am taking these to a party, I fill the shells before I leave home and bake when I arrive at the party. They are also great with regular ranch dressing, but we prefer parmesan peppercorn flavor.

    Recipe #353921

    This is a flavorful soup that is quick and easy to put together. It is from the Iowa Beef Industry Council. The recipe originally called for using two seasoning packets from the ramen noodles, but we thought it was too strong and salty, I recommend using one to start then adding more to taste.

    Recipe #352515

    My mom and I have made this salsa for years. This is the easiest way to can a big batch of salsa. Instead of cooking pots full of salsa on the stove and worrying that it will scorch on the bottom, this method slowly simmers one batch in an 18 qt. electric roaster (a church dinner style roaster). This is a thick, medium heat salsa that is slightly sweet. It is a staple in my holiday gift baskets. In fact, I get complaints from friends, family, and neighbors when I do not include it or if I run out before the next canning season! This year I made four batches - 52 quarts.

    Recipe #328186

    I created this recipe the other night when I was craving a chocolate chip oatmeal cookie. It could be served for breakfast, dessert, or a snack. My kids love it. It may not be as healthy as other versions of oatmeal, but it is much better than visiting the cookie jar when a craving hits. This recipe can easily be increased for multiple servings.

    Recipe #254513

    This is a wonderful way to utilize an abundant crop of banana peppers that can be found this time of year. I love pepper jelly, and this has a very similar taste. It is great with cream cheese and crackers! It makes a fun and impressive hors d'oeuvre. We’ve also began using as a condiment on hot dogs, polish sausages, ham sandwiches and more. I’ve caught my fiancé eating it straight from the jar.! It is great with pork chops and I want to try marinating chops in the juice. I made 8 half-pints last year and friends and family requested that I make much more this year. I’ve made four batches so far this season. I adapted this recipe from a pepper relish recipe that was in the Blue Canning Book. The original recipe included apples and cabbage. My version is all peppers and just the right combination of sweet, sour, and hot. It’s just slightly hot.

    Recipe #188010


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