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    This recipe was given to me by a friend along with several others. She said she got them from her mom. Hope you Enjoy - This makes a 1 1/2 pound loaf - Please note - The Bread Machine Pan must have a capacity of 10 cups ore more.

    Recipe #252723

    1 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    Another great recipe from my VFW Cookbook thanks B. Volmar

    Recipe #252125

    This recipe is one from my vfw cookbook author : anonymous

    Recipe #252097

    2 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    ----This was an entry in RSC #10.

    Recipe #243263

    7 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    This is my version. I think they are good hot or cold and they are not fattening. I have used regular size muffin tins and also smaller bite size tins so adjust your recipe accordinly as well as cooking time. Also you may use type of cheese and amount for your taste buds.

    Recipe #234479

    3 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    Another discovered recipe from where I don't know. All I know is they are delish.

    Recipe #234461

    I was looking for a recipe to use up the last of my Pecans and came across this in an old tattered recipe book

    Recipe #234460

    2 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    This is another possibly for ZWT3. It is not my recipe and I don't know who gave it to me but I made this quite awhile ago and will keep this on hand. It's is delish and was easy for me to make. I used the "I can't believe it's not butter" Mediterrean style margarine for (2nd ingred) listed and I used bacon instead of pancetta and served it with a tossed green salad.

    Recipe #225539

    1 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    Here is another for Worldwide for ZWT3 but I have made this and it was delish. Easy to make the only thing I left out is the hot red pepper flakes as I can't eat "Hot". I also used both green and black olives. I served with a simple tomato/feta salad and rice pilaf. QUICK, EASY AND DELISH!

    Recipe #225414

    This is a Ukrainian recipe popular during Lent Makes a colorful presentation. You may use canned beets drained to save time and still it will taste great. Easy to make, delish to eat. (I used vegetable oil) (from World Wide Chefs)

    Recipe #224904

    Classic Cuban Desserts. You could eliminate the rum but then it wouldn't be authentic. From Worldwide recipes to also be tried at a later time.

    Recipe #224874

    Another ZWT3 recipe from Chef Worldwide Recipes I want to try. This is from Portugal. My grandmother was Portugese and she more than likely made this as well.

    Recipe #224823

    I came across this recipe while searching for ideas for ZWT3. Altho I haven't tried it yet, I thought it sounded interesting. (Chef Worldwide Recipe)

    Recipe #224819

    Another Polish recipe from Chef Worldwide recipes entered for ZWT3. Again have not tried as yet, but will asap. My Polish girlfriend makes this and states that it is good. We shall see, NOTE: I know it seems like a lot of steps but it sure sounds tasty.

    Recipe #224782

    5 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    I had these once when I was in the hospital and been making my version of them ever since. Best part is they are not fattening.

    Recipe #224346

    1 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    This is another hand me down found in the family treasure box. I have not tried this yet.

    Recipe #224278

    3 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    When I had left over Chili my kids wanted this dish. You can also make it in little Frito Corn Chip Bags (just cut open one side of bag pour Chili over corn chips, dot with sour cream, give them a plastic spoon) and they are good to go. No muss no fuss. They are sold like that at country fairs.

    Recipe #224275

    1 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    This is a hand me down recipe, from where I don't know, but it is among many in my family recipe box. I like this as do my sons, but DH is not used to casseroles so he won't try it. Oh well all the more for us.

    Recipe #224274

    2 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    This was my second attempt to cook asparagus in oven (I usually steam them) ButI came to like this better. Hope you like it this way as well.

    Recipe #223079

    1 Reviews |  By MISSIB

    Although it is quicker to buy bread crumbs already seasoned, sometimes I like to put my own touch to them.

    Recipe #223071

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