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    Inspired by Recipe #346734 -- This fragrant tomato onion rye bread is studded with caraway seeds, has a a tender texture and a buttery outside crust. Great for ham and cheese sandwiches with tomato and lettuce; or use the bread for plain old grilled cheese sandwiches. Don't forget the pickles!

    Recipe #370564

    Maybe not a true hot pot, but is it a soup?, a stew?, or just succotash and potatoes with Tilapia? It IS quick and easy -- and tasty! Good on a cold rainy day, served with Recipe #26605, or Recipe #76218, or your favorite corn bread --

    Recipe #361173

    From the Williams-Sonoma Kitchen and Nordic Ware Backyard Bugs and Sweet Rides cakelet pans -- bake eight miniature cakes in the shapes of a ladybug, butterfly, bee and dragonfly, and/or eight little cakes in vintage car shapes -- one vanilla cake recipe MAKES 16 CAKELETS TOTAL! Be as creative as you want with piped decorative frosting on the edge details, dust with powdered sugar, or simply glaze and top with sprinkles or non-perils. **NOTE: Bake times and temperatures are different for each pan!**

    Recipe #356109

    Began as a simple homemade potato soup, but after opening the cupboard and the fridge, a new heartier soup was born!

    Recipe #350126

    Note: Per Kat's Mom's suggestion, the sauce ingredients have been increased! ------------------------------ From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC.com) online edition 11-03-08 -- Tangy cheese and a creamy sauce add sophistication to a classic simple meal. Made famous by Cheryl Thompson, who got the recipe several years ago from her friend Lucretia Davis after Davis brought the dish to a book club meeting. -- The recipe will be included in an upcoming cookbook, "Kitchen Miracles, " put out by the Club MARK ministry and Chancel Choir of St. Mark United Methodist Church in Atlanta.

    Recipe #344268

    WARNING! WARNING!! WARNING!!! Do not make this cake if you are expecting a tender fine crumbed cake!!!! The cake is not very sweet, and has a dense coarse texture due to the oats and optional nuts -- the cake bursts with orange and cranberry flavors and is ideal for breakfast! Based on $200 prize tested recipe from Better Homes and Gardens September 08 issue -- tube pan category, submitted by Michelle Gauer, Spicer MN. NOTE: for a more robust orange flavor, add 1 teaspoon Recipe #340691 -- as a personal preference, add toasted chopped nuts, if desired! -- I baked the cake in a 10-in tube pan and I think the pan is too large for the recipe. The baked cake only rose to fill the tube pan about half full -- Bake in a Bundt pan for a prettier presentation!

    Recipe #342321

    When I lived in NC, I fell in love with their vinegar based BBQ! After moving back to GA, I missed it, and tried my hand at making it in my crock pot. I remove all visible fat from the boneless pork loin and crock until fork tender and shred it into the pork juices -- no added BBQ sauce is necessary during crocking process! After crocking, the cooked pork DOES NOT have a vinegary taste!

    Recipe #341197

    A sweet Southern pound cake, with candied ginger and a hint of orange -- This sour cream cake makes a nice crust and tender crumb. For a more robust orange flavor, brush hot cake with an orange syrup or glaze -- or top each serving with orange curd. NOTE: For the orange extract in this cake, try Recipe #340691 -- but you'll need to plan ahead by about a week!!!

    Recipe #340850

    From ehow.com -- Homemade orange extract using peel from navel oranges, vodka, water, and about a week to steep! Substitute lemons or limes for a different flavor -- Place in small bottles for gift giving! If you make this, try it in Recipe #340850, or include a copy of the recipe with the gift bottle of extract --

    Recipe #340691

    A throw together salad when I didn't know what to do with 3 cooked bone-in tarragon, thyme chicken breasts -- I had no celery or green onion, so I improvised using celery seed and onion powder. Would probably taste even better with chopped celery and some green onion! :) If you dislike mayo, try it with half sour cream and half mayo -- you might like it!

    Recipe #335752

    Every year for our Christmas gift, my namesake Aunt Faye made her apple cake for me, and my two sisters -- It is a special honor to share Aunt Faye's Apple Cake recipe with my Zaar friends.

    Recipe #326399

    From bon appetit magazine -- For best texture, make sure the dried pears are plump and moist. Best eaten the day it is made; after that try it toasted and topped with butter!

    Recipe #324697

    From bon appetit magazine -- a Casa Luna Bed & Breakfast recipe! The unusual addition of chocolate enhances the moistness and roasty corn flavor of this breakfast loaf. Can also be made as muffins --

    Recipe #324689

    From The Gadsden Times (online edition) by Mary Lucille Jordan. Can be made with poached or roasted chicken or turkey. Dried cranberries can be substituted for the raisins -- diced celery can be substituted for the onions! Chill if desired, or serve immediately. -------- The salad pictured is made with raisins, both celery and green onions to fill the 1/3 cup measure, (not 1/3 cup of each), and about twice the amount of toasted almonds as called for in the recipe -- the almonds were so good I couldn't resist doubling the amount! It is a nice combination of flavors -- NOTE: salt and pepper can be added to taste.

    Recipe #323317

    From an old newspaper clipping -- Because of the brewed coffee and only 1/2 cup brown sugar, these cinnamon buns are not overly sweet! Great for a special breakfast, especially at Christmas or other holidays. Can be prepared the night before so the bread dough thaws and rises til double, then bake the next morning -- NOTE: prep/bake time DOES NOT include time for dough to thaw and rise before baking!

    Recipe #296142

    My MIL's recipe -- Another cake from the great state of Texas that my family has enjoyed for about 40 years -- This cake is made with more butter, and 1 cup of sour cream, instead of the 1/2 cup called for in most recipes here on Zaar. ******NOTE: Feel free to make this cake the day before you plan to serve -- as some of the reviewers have mentioned, it is even better the day after baking! ****** Can also be baked in two 9-inch layers (metal pans) at 350F for 25-30 minutes!

    Recipe #285364

    From Family Circle Magazine, March 2008 Edition -- cook up some fun with your kids by Debra Ponzak. This dish has the perfect amount of sweetness for kids and adults.

    Recipe #284963

    Sweet peanut butter rice pudding! Serve warm or cold -- is good for breakfast!

    Recipe #278855

    I first made this when I was in the 10th grade in high school -- From a 1962 Pet Milk Praise the Cook magazine tear-out. A rich crust topped with fruit and custard -- Not too sweet -- serve warm or cold!

    Recipe #276765

    Baked pork meatballs -- Could be made with ground beef, turkey, or a combination of ground meats. Serve meatballs as an appetizer with sauce -- or for a main course, double the amount of sauce, add stir fry vegetables and serve over rice.

    Recipe #275944

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