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    different kind of muffin...try it with sausage for breakfast

    Recipe #45575

    different and unique way to used up some candy!!

    Recipe #45573

    Recipe #45563

    a nice meal to come home to on busy fall days!

    Recipe #45137

    Source: Gold Medal Flour

    Recipe #44812

    it is fall!!!! time for popcorn!!

    Recipe #44683

    Alovely impresive centerpiece for your holiday table!!

    Recipe #44400

    Dan Budd, Park Avenue Cafe, New York

    Recipe #44140

    Pumpkin, spices and a wonderful streusel topping make these Texas-size muffins extra special. If you don't have the jumbo size muffin cups, use the standard size muffins tins. Line 12 muffin cups with paper baking cups, bake at 400 degrees F for 20 to 25 minutes. This will make 12 standard muffins or 6 jumbo muffins.

    Recipe #44097

    Recipe #43938

    Taffy apples so much like the ones you can get at Kennywood amusement park !

    Recipe #43577

    A pittsburgh tradition transformed

    Recipe #42850

    I don't know the history of this dish but since it says Pittsburgh and that is where I was born and raised it HAS to be good!!!

    Recipe #42849

    Frank Blandi operated the Lemont Restaurant on top of Pittsburgh's Mount Washington. Looking down, he could see Devonshire Street. It worked out to be a good name for a sandwich!

    Recipe #42848

    The Primanti Brothers opened their restaurant in Pittsburgh in the 1920s. Their idea was to create an eating place that was simple but offered tasty food. It is no wonder that the Primanti Sandwich was the result -- it's a whole meal in each bite. Ham, french fries, tomato, provolone cheese, and coleslaw are stuffed between two slices of Italian bread and served on wax paper. You can't get it any simpler than that.

    Recipe #42846

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