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    I had to go shopping last night despite having a terrible cold. While picking up soft peppermint sticks in the Christmas Clearance aisle a fellow clearance shopper offered the following recipe, which I'm posting to make sure I don't forget it.

    Recipe #347670

    An easy flavored coffee just as tasty as the expensive stuff from the coffee shop. Quantities are a little vague because I'm not sure how my favorite, huge mug scales down to smaller cups -- use your sense of smell to find proportions that are flavorful, but not too candy-sticky because this is coffee to go with dessert rather than to substitute for the dessert. :) Since I like flavored coffees in the evening I usually use decaf -- brewed strong. Most of the prep time is brewing the coffee.

    Recipe #346903

    Make this in a saucepan or a small crockpot for your family or scale it up and make it in a large crockpot for a crowd. Chocolaty and rich, but not oversweet. See notes at the end of the directions for some variations to suit different occasions.

    Recipe #342059

    With all the variations on RecipeZaar I was surprised when I didn't find this one that a friend gave me a few years ago. Its got more peanut butter and more cocoa powder than most other variations so its extra rich in taste. I have used either old-fashioned or quick oatmeal successfully. "Cooking" time is the time required for the cookies to set completely.

    Recipe #341150

    This is old-fashioned pumpkin pie. I adapted the recipe from a depression era cookbook. If you want to start with a pumpkin and end with pie this is the complete recipe. Note: You want a PIE pumpkin. A jack-o-lantern pumpkin has pale, watery, flavorless flesh. A pie pumpkin (Small Sugar, Amish Pie, Triple Treat, New England Pie, Lumina, and others), has bright orange flesh with a rich flavor -- though it may not be sweet. Most are small, but the giant breed Big Max also makes good pies. You can also make pie from many winter squash from butternut to the New England favorite Blue Hubbard (a hubbard pie has an odd color to outsider's eyes but will be the first dessert eaten at a pot luck dinner in New England). Prep time does not include cooking the pumpkin, which should be done the day before.

    Recipe #340182

    Another stupidly simple recipe, this time from my Mom. Like most of the other dips/spreads in my cookbook, this is good on either crackers or vegetables. Since its made from ingredients most people have on hand its a nice option if you have a last-minute need for something festive.

    Recipe #340174

    This is my sister's #1 holiday recipe. It always gets compliments at parties and yet its stupidly simple to make. Its a delicious spread for crackers and equally good stuffed into celery or used as a veggie dip. Note: A new jar of horseradish can be VERY strong while a while one that's been open a while can be badly faded. Don't be afraid to adjust the amount so that the mix has a pleasant bite but isn't overwhelming. Note #2: The dried beef is not jerky. it is the same sort used in creamed chipped beef. Note #3: Cooking time is chilling time

    Recipe #340172

    A tasty way to use, and stretch, an inexpensive cut of meat -- pork butt steaks. Simmering all day suits less-premium cuts, which don't dry out like boneless pork loin does. Served over pasta or rice, the spinach variation is a meal in one but otherwise you'll probably want a salad. Italian greens like endive or escarole would go particularly well with these flavors. Note: written for a 6-7qt crockpot. Note 2: I don't cook with salt but usually add it at the table. I found that I needed none on this so be cautious if you choose to add salt to the pot.

    Recipe #337343

    Here's a good way to use leftover pot roast -- with its juices and any leftover vegetables. Its a very flexible, use-what-you've-got soup so its hard to go wrong. If you don't have homemade beef stock (butchers aren't giving away bones anymore), soup base is tastier than regular bullion. I like the Tones brand you can get at Sam's Club. Note: I couldn't get the recipe editor to accept leftover vegetables as an ingredient, but if you've got some hanging out in the fridge throw them in.

    Recipe #337013

    A hearty dish with a flavor reminiscent of Pasta Carbonara. It will make your family happy for breakfast, for a weekend brunch, or as breakfast-for-dinner some night when you're too busy for real cooking.

    Recipe #319898

    A dozen or so years ago when we were living in New England we rented a room to a young lady whose grandmother was a Southerner. She taught me her grandmother's method for making Sweet Tea and we spent the whole time she lived with us going back and forth over how strong and how sweet tea should be. Finally, we compromised. As strong as she liked it, but only as sweet as I liked it. In time I came to love the bold flavor that stands up to all the ice a southern summer demands. But its still No So Sweet. ;-) This big batch is best made the night before so it can cool fully overnight. Note: Prep time indicated is the stove time and cooking time is the cooling/steeping time.

    Recipe #314398

    Can you get a really steak-like flavor in a hamburger steak? Yes! Seasoned well and carefully cooked you can indeed get that special flavor. Even better, this is an easy dish -- no harder than throwing together a fast hamburger. Note: this can be made lactose-free by substituting beef stock for the milk.

    Recipe #307973

    These tasty patties are as economical and easy to make as they are delicious. They're fork food hot with fresh lemon wedges to squeeze over them. They make great cold sandwiches on rolls with cocktail sauce or tartar sauce. My big family with teens gets a hot meal and a cold meal from this recipe but a smaller family can freeze them for later enjoyment. Note -- Cooking time depends on how many skillets you are using at once.

    Recipe #306791

    Looking for something rich and robust for a special meal? Every now and then you need to break out the butter and cheese to make something downright decadent. I made these specially for my DH one night when he asked for something different instead of the usual pasta and rice. Mmmmm.

    Recipe #303702

    Pesto or Alfredo? The summery perfection of basil in olive oil or creamy, cheesy, richness? How about both? This simple recipe came about when I didn't have enough of either sauce to coat a big pan of pasta for a potluck dinner. Its a great change from the usual pasta in marinara and, while simple enough for a family meal, is special enough for guests. Its particularly good for potlucks because you KNOW that there are going to be 3-4 pans of pasta in assorted tomato sauces already. ;)

    Recipe #303120

    We love onions of any kind and I've tried quite a few recipes for baked Vidalias. This recipe combines the best of the best and I really wished that I'd made a double batch so we could have had seconds.

    Recipe #302885

    I've been without an oven for a year and a half and I'm getting pretty good at roasting meats in the propane grill. Try something different for your next cookout or camping trip by roasting a pair of chickens this simple way. It takes less attention than grilling and you don't get any grease flares. This will work best on a grill that has 3 burners running front to back so that you can turn on the side burners and leave the center unlit. Note: Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #299498

    Its cheating because I used a box of nut bread mix that I had on hand and wanted to use before it expired instead of making cake batter and because I just dusted the top with powdered sugar instead of making cream cheese frosting. Its still carrot cake and the teens didn't need forks to share it around the dungeon on D&D night.

    Recipe #295803

    In America everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Then the next day, everyone had leftover corned beef in the fridge. And being a place where cultures and cuisines collide, ... . I'm eating Irish Wraps for lunch. Note: Measurements are a bit of an approximation and just how much corned beef you will need depends on how much trimming it requires.

    Recipe #295785

    This came together as a modification of Recipe #270100 when I didn't have all the ingredients but wanted to use the bacon-cream cheese flavor. As the name says, its versatile. You can spread it on bread or crackers and toast it under the broiler. You could stuff vegetables with it to each raw or cooked. You could use it as a dip for vegetable or pretzels. You could form it into a cheese ball. You could spread it on wraps to make pinwheel appetizers. ... Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #294893

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