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    This came from my great Aunt who originally made it all from scratch!

    Recipe #28000

    I found this on the back of Kra*t caramels. I made it last night, it was easy and everyone liked it.

    Recipe #101181

    I don't know where this originated from, I guess now my family can call it their recipe (if there really is such a thing) Try it and enjoy the treat.

    Recipe #56569

    I don't know where this recipe came from, it's a true midwestern dish that's sure to please anyone who likes cucumbers.

    Recipe #56570

    This is a 50 year old family recipe. I like it because it can be used in several different ways. Plus it contains vitamin C!

    Recipe #57618

    Good to make on a cold day - or make now when chilis are in season and freeze.

    Recipe #68595

    I was the master mind who created these little gems, I like this because it's a bit different from potato pancakes and you don't have to fry these and you don't have to do much to your leftover potatoes!

    Recipe #96195

    This was one thing my Dad could whip up for us kids. We loved it spread on bread instead of just a plain peanut butter sandwich or on a cracker. This is how I got my kids to eat more veggies - they used this as a dip.

    Recipe #99155

    This recipe is pretty easy to make once you get the hang of it. You can double it to feed a crowd or you can freeze what you don't eat. We love it with fresh snow peas from our garden - just add a tossed salad and a dinner roll and you have a meal.

    Recipe #28301

    This is a wonderful recipe that warms the kitchen, heart and tummies. It's been a favorite in my family and I hope your family will love it too.

    Recipe #56568

    It's easy, fast, and everyone loves it. It doesn't get any simpler.

    Recipe #46204

    This is a wonderful old fashioned dish that I'm sure you will enjoy. My family loves stuffed cabbage rolls, but I found that it took to much time to assemble, so I came up with this.

    Recipe #28560

    This is a great recipe for 2 people! Easy to throw together and easy to make. I got the idea when I was making potato pancakes.

    Recipe #68957

    This is a wonderful way to use up your garden zucchini. This came from a newspaper article. I love the couscous addition.

    Recipe #68669

    I needed a recipe to use up all the zucchini from my garden. I wanted something easy, delicious, and healthy. It's called dump because it's not exact measurements, and you can dump in what you like. Don't like hamburger, dump in cooked chicken, or pork. So easy, so yummy!

    Recipe #68958


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