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    3 Reviews |  By Laudee

    These are my Mom's Beets...She taught me to make them many years ago. She learned to make them as a young bride, and, in turn, passed the recipe and how-to's down to me. Once you get the beets boiled, and skinned, the rest is a piece of cake! They're awesome!! *note: Prep time is a guess...Depends on how fast you work!)

    Recipe #80229

    4 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This tasty recipe is being posted per a request on the boards. I got it from a fund raiser cookbook put out by the ladies who live in our retirement park. It's very easy to prepare...Takes no time at all...They go nicely on Christmas trays, or, for that fact, any time of year! Yield and prep. times are guesses on my part. I've included freeze time, approx. an hour or so, and prep. time to mix ingredients, 15 min., together. Times may differ for you depending on how quick your freezer will set up the "Golf Balls"...so you can dip them in the chocolate and paraffin mixture. Don't know whether you want to call these candy or cookies...They're made with peanut butter and Rice Krispies, and become a sweet little treat no matter what you call them.

    Recipe #71707

    2 Reviews |  By Laudee

    Posted Per Board Request. Recipe from Fleischmann's Bake-it-Easy Yeast Book. This is a very tasty Pumpernickel recipe. Makes 3 nice round loaves. I've made it for years, and it turns out good every time. Enjoy! (Prep. time includes kneading, resting, and rising times)

    Recipe #70028

    8 Reviews |  By Laudee

    Buddah, my DH, made up this recipe several years ago. We couldn't buy decent breakfast sausage, so, he fiddled around with different ingredients until he got the blend he wanted. This beats any commercial stuff we've ever had. It's so simple to mix up, generally, with stuff you already have on hand. The servings are a guess because it depends on the size of each pattie you make, out of a one pound package. Hope it works out good for you, too!

    Recipe #67269

    51 Reviews |  By Laudee

    I found this "clone" recipe at recipegoldmine.com. It is very similar to the cinnamon butter served at Texas Roadhouse restaurants in Dallas. They bring it to you to serve on their in house dinner rolls. (Please see recipe I posted for these rolls (Texas Roadhouse Buttery Dinner Rolls), just recently. I love how easy this is to mix up and serve, probably with ingredients you already have on hand. Cook time is prep. time.

    Recipe #66308

    30 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This recipe came from a bowling partner several years ago. It is by far the easiest and tastiest baked bean recipe I've ever used. It can easily be doubled or tripled to accommodate large gatherings. I find it handy because I usually have the ingredients on hand to throw it together.

    Recipe #65829

    3 Reviews |  By Laudee

    Given to me by my best friend, handed down to her by her Grandmother. Been around for years...It's a tasty and easy recipe.

    Recipe #65354

    8 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This excellent batter recipe comes from our Denver Fire Dept.'s "Favorites" cookbook. Been using it for years, and it's a "fail-safe", yummie recipe.

    Recipe #50340

    8 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This is your basic cabbage roll filling, but instead of wrapping in a cabbage leaf, you wrap it up in homemade bread dough. They're great warm or cold. Makes a great substitute for ho-hum sandwiches! We like 'em with spicy mustard spread on top. The recipe was given to me by a neighbor, years ago. I double the recipe so I usually get about 2 dozen filled rolls. Note: if you don't want to fool with homemade dough, hot roll mix works great.

    Recipe #50178

    18 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This is a pretty tasty chocolate chip cookie which contains no nutmeats, just Rice Krispies. Don't remember where the recipe came from, but, I've made them for years, and they're a big seller in my house.

    Recipe #49496

    12 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This recipe comes from the Great American Favorite Brand Name Collector's Edition Cookbook. It's a very easy and tasty dish to prepare. Really nice served with Holiday turkey or ham dinners.

    Recipe #47759

    17 Reviews |  By Laudee

    I cut this recipe out of the Denver Rocky Mountain News Food Section 30-some years ago. I've made it every Thanksgiving and Christmas since. It's quick and simple to prepare (right on the stove), and a nice addition to a big dinner.

    Recipe #47758

    1 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This is a real easy and tasty dip recipe I got from a family friend. With the holidays coming and everyone scrambling for "party fixins", thought I'd share with the Zaar family. This is fairly reasonable in price to prepare and definitely delicious.

    Recipe #47423

    60 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This recipe comes from Denver Fire Fighters Favorites cookbook published in 1976. This is a quick and very tasty dish and you can increase ingredients to make a larger batch, if needed. It's always been a big seller in my house.

    Recipe #40879

    13 Reviews |  By Laudee

    These are really good Pizzelles. I found the recipe in a cookbook called The Frugal Gourmet Cooks Italian. I use Watkins Vanilla in mine, but you're welcome to use Anise if you prefer. These are traditionally made at Christmas time, but we like them all year long. If everything is uniform the yield is probably close to 5 or 6 dozen pizzelles. They keep very well in a plastic bag or covered plastic container. Prep. time and yield are approximate. You'll need a Pizzelle iron for this recipe. I use an electric model and plug it in prior to mixing the batter. It's heated and ready to use when I get the batter made. Spray tops and bottoms of mold with Pam (lightly) each time you add new batter to molds.

    Recipe #39796

    34 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This dish is from Steamworks Brewing Co., Durango, Colorado. It's one of their most requested items on the menu. It was printed in the Rocky Mountain News, so I tried it and we thought it was really tasty. These enchiladas are named for the Anasazi ruins at Mesa Verde National Park, according to Chef Scotty Krick.

    Recipe #39681

    7 Reviews |  By Laudee

    I found this yummy recipe on the Web at southernfood.about.com. I used it in Kathleen Talbot's "Oreo Ice Cream Delight" #11911. WOW!! Just had to share it with the Zaar family!

    Recipe #39088

    40 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This recipe is from "The Frugal Gourmet on Our Immigrant Ancestors" cookbook. It's a great Polish comfort food, easy to mix and serve, and it's easy on the pocketbook. I like to add sliced Kielbasa to mix when done and serve with a tossed salad and good hard-crust bread.

    Recipe #38642

    2 Reviews |  By Laudee

    I found this great Zuke Bread recipe in the Rocky Mountain News, but, it originated in The Uncommon Gourmet Cookbook by Ellen Helman. I've made it many times over the years and have always had good luck with it. I also like to make muffins out of this batter as well. Fill them about 2/3 full and bake about 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Bread or muffins freeze really well. I cut down the prep time by grating and freezing 3 cups of Zuke's in freezer bags and defrosting as I need them.

    Recipe #38369

    12 Reviews |  By Laudee

    This easy dish recipe is from the Colorado Cache Cookbook put out by the Junior League of Denver. It's one of those "Throw Together and Let It Cook Itself" recipes that most cooks enjoy fixing.

    Recipe #34547

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