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    This is a wonderfully sweet and comforting dish to pair with pork or chicken. When I need some comfort food this does the trick. It is a recipe passed on to me from my mother, who received it from her friend Karen. It is a traditional Jewish dish that Karen's family enjoyed.

    Recipe #397954

    This is great for parties and the guys love this one too! It is easy and I always have these ingredients on hand for an unexpected invite to a get together. You can cut down on the fat by using low fat cream cheese. Enjoy:)

    Recipe #396907

    This is wonderful! If you are a fan of rhubarb deserts and are looking for a unique twist, this is it. It has sweet and sour going on in the same bite. It is easy to make low fat by substituting light cream cheese and sour cream. Great looking too!

    Recipe #315723

    This is any easy dip and a favorite where ever I happen to take it, but I always make it for the Super Bowl. Be sure to use a shallow large platter. This dip can easily be doubled for a large group.

    Recipe #209064


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