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    Recipe #10906

    This is a sandwich that my mother would fix for me as a childhood snack sometimes. Always enjoyed. It is a different take on egg sandwich, very much comfort food to me that I still enjoy. Quick and easy. Hope you enjoy too.

    Recipe #419630

    I cannot wait to make this yummy sounding recipe. Found in the 'recipe of the week' archives from the weber grill site. Vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt would be a nice compliment to this dish.

    Recipe #484907

    This is my Grandmothers recipe and it is so very good. I don't know where she got the recipe. I wanted to post this so others could enjoy too. Cooking and prep times are approximate. I have not made this lately. Yummy comfort food. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #384963

    I found this quick chili recipe on a pressure cooking site, but the recipe belongs to Spyce at allrecipes.com. I am saving it here for safe keeping. I found out how good chili can be, by using cocoa, when I tried recipe#448787 by flower7. Enjoy!

    Recipe #476590

    This recipe was clipped out of a local newspaper and tucked away for a few years. I ran across this in my recipe file and tried it. It was very good and freezes well. This is one of the recipes in Good Housekeeping's Best One-Dish Meals. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #414553

    this recipe came from a friend of mine and is one of her family's favorite. am not sure of the orgin. my friend, shandra, promises this to be delicious. i have not tried this yet but will soon. cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #204790

    Good to freeze and microwave later, when you are pressed for time. Recipe adapted from a Taste of Home cookbook.

    Recipe #487297

    A great sounding dip from the weber web site. One person commented that they grilled thick slices of salted eggplant and skipped the sour cream. Adjust ingredients to suit your taste.

    Recipe #487295

    Recipe courtesy of Kathryn Harris, found in the Gooseberry Patch Homestyle family favorites cookbook. Posting recipe per request.

    Recipe #485580

    Recipe submitted by Mel Chencharick, from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook. Saving for safe keeping.

    Recipe #487294

    This is a recipe that I will definitely want to try in the near future. Prep time includes marinating time. Found on the weber web site.

    Recipe #484908

    A must try recipe. Saved from the weber.com site for safe keeping.

    Recipe #484906

    A delicious sweet refreshing iced tea that is so well liked my dearest friend always keeps 2 gallons in the refrigerator at all times.

    Recipe #410855

    my friend shandra has given me this recipe. she says it is very good. i have not tried this but will soon. not sure of the origin of this recipe. cooking prep. is estimated.

    Recipe #204795

    Yummy grilled pork. Prep time does not include overnight marinade time. Recipe from Taste of Home by Myra Innes.

    Recipe #487293

    A simple basic recipe, shared with me by my dear Aunt Joyce, one of the best cooks that I have ever personally known. This is so easy, and with only 3 ingredients. You can jazz it up with various fruits, nuts... Enjoy! Cooking time is passive freezer time.

    Recipe #484909

    I found this recipe on about.com by Diana Rattray. The recipe sounded delicious and I didn't find one like it on site, so I am saving it to make soon. Marinade time is 2 hours, but I suspect it would still taste good with less time.

    Recipe #480249

    Recipe #487292

    I searched the internet, after not finding a recipe on site, that had a bread recipe to use in my 9 inch pullman pan. I bought the pan last summer after being exposed to one during a whole wheat bread class I attended a couple of years back. Since I am finally getting started in baking bread, I knew I had to try this pan out soon. Recipe is from King Arthur Flour website. Here is what they say about this recipe: "Pain de mie is a fine-textured, moist bread baked in a special lidded pan. The lid keeps the loaf from crowning, giving it a flat top and perfectly square-edged slices. While most pain de mie recipes call for a traditional 13" x 4" x 4" pan, this one is perfect for our smaller 9" x 4" pan."

    Recipe #510075

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