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    1 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    Delicious summer lettuce salad. Sounds strange, but it is really good.

    Recipe #429158

    This has the comfort of a tuna noodle casserole, but modernized with Sushi Yellowfin or Ahi Tuna. While the noodle casserole is baking, you can be searing the tuna. I made this recipe up one night and it was a big hit. I get asked to make it often. I called it "Not Yo Mama's" because it starts out like your mom's, but takes a 'fusion turn' toward 'special.'

    Recipe #380916

    1 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    I have had this recipe since I was in high school in the 70's. My art teacher gave it to me and I've been making it every spring since. My kids love it. Didn't find anything quite like it on Zaar yet, so I decided to submit it. It's an easy and fun dessert, because it looks like a cheese pizza, but tastes like a strawberry-rhubarb treat!

    Recipe #368844

    3 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    I love this bread. It's so moist and versatile. I make it for breakfast, brunch, tea parties, and even desert. I like to use a mini loaf pan and give the loaves as gifts in a gift basket along with other "Hawaiian" treats. I also use valtrompia bread tubes in different shapes and then slice. The slices look so pretty on a plate. If you use the bread tubes, be sure to fold wax paper to fit over both ends of the tubes before fitting the lids on. I learned this recipe when I used to be a consultant for Pampered Chef.

    Recipe #358975

    3 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    I can't believe this recipe wasn't already posted. I've made these for years as my standard cut-out sugar cookie recipe. They taste great, stay soft, and the dough is easy to work with, even in our dry climate! I think I got the recipe off of a Land o' Lakes butter package over 20 years ago. They're called 'best ever' for a reason.

    Recipe #356555

    2 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    I've had this recipe longer than the friend that I got it from!!! This is a MUST every time there is a holiday or I'm asked to bring cookies for an event. My family devours them. They are very easy to make and it's a different recipe than any of the others I've seen with the same name. I sometimes have to add a little more cream to the dough if it appear too dry. We've made them with the frosting and without, dusting them with powdered sugar. Both ways are delicious!

    Recipe #356532

    4 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    This wonderful dish has been a family favorite since I was a child. I think I remember my mom getting the recipe out of the local newspaper back in the early 70's. It tastes like a loaded baked potato to me, only better! It is great for the holidays, especially the 'dairy' ones.

    Recipe #350194


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