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    My daughter and son-in-law use this for everything, they even put it in their green beans.

    Recipe #409288

    I found this great recipe in Kraft Food & Family magazine. This recipe would be easy to half if you're cooking for 2.

    Recipe #278586

    This is a very old recipe my mother always used.

    Recipe #276785

    Super easy, 3 ingredient recipe.  A co-worker gave me this recipe years ago.  Great for pot-luck dinners. 

    Recipe #276773

    My DH loves bread pudding and got this recipe from work and wanted me to try it.  We love cinnamon so I doubled the cinnamon and decreased the nutmeg.  The 9x13" pan made it really thin, the next time I'm going to see if it will fit in an 8x8" pan for a deeper finished recipe.  Taste was great!

    Recipe #276742

    This is popular at several restaurants in town. I think it's a local thing.

    Recipe #255776

    In the sixties I was a Camp Fire Girl and this is a recipe we learned to make and cook over a campfire. We made ours with a pork chop, potatoes, carrots and onion. I've tried to revise it so you can use any of your families favorite vegetables and meat. You could make these before you leave home and put them in a waterproof container in your ice chest. List of meats that work good: chicken tenders, smoked sausage slices, ground beef patties, ground turkey patties, thin boneless pork chops. List of vegetables that work good: carrots, green beans, corn, mixed vegetables, etc. (Vegetables can be fresh, frozen or canned). Be creative!

    Recipe #247841

    My mother-in-law made this and I loved it. This makes a large bowl, so it is great for pot luck dinners.

    Recipe #247156

    Make at home, restaurant style fried rice. My daughter loves the fried rice you can get at expensive Japanese Hibachi style restaurants. I make this all the time for her and she loves it. I usually make it without the peas and carrots.

    Recipe #247155

    This is the recipe we use to feed our very picky Yorkie. Some people say you should only use dog food to feed you dog, it's healthier for them. If you've ever had a small dog that gets low blood sugar, you know this is not always possible. You may want to check with your vet for a daily vitamin supplement.

    Recipe #247121

    This is the recipe my husband and I came up with to suit our taste. Many recipes use ketchup and they were to sweet.

    Recipe #242494

    This is my little brother's recipe for salsa. We request it for all the family get togethers. When I asked him for the recipe he said, "NO WAY, it's a secret!!!" But when I told him it would be on the internet with a photo, he gave it to me. Thank you Little Bro!

    Recipe #240421

    I've done some research and believe this to be the most healthy way to prepare the solution. Never use sugar substitute, brown sugar, honey or organic sugar. Some experts believe red food coloring can be harmful to hummingbirds. Since most hummingbird feeders are red or have some red on them, it is not necessary to add food coloring. *Tip - When first attracting hummingbirds, tie a red ribbon on the bottom of your feeder.

    Recipe #238429

    My daughter, Sara, got this recipe from work. She made them for her Dad and everyone loved them!

    Recipe #238428

    This recipe was attached to a sample I received at a food show. Recipe developed by the Beef and Veal Culinary Center of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

    Recipe #237859

    This is one of my families favorite recipes. They request them for EVERY family get-together. And now I'm requested to also bring them to every lunchon at work.

    Recipe #205596


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