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    I found this recipe online somewhere and don't remember where. The filling is nice and gooey. I love how fontina cheese is so melty and mild. You can use any type of long bread. Sourdough is a good choice.

    Recipe #335209

    Baby Face, You've got the cutest little baby face.... What a cute idea for a baby shower or similar idea. Little cupcake with baby faces. I use pink, yellow, and blue paper liners. In addition to the ingredients listed below, you will also need cheap plastic baby pacifiers for decoration. I suggest checking the dollar store or party supply store.

    Recipe #335127

    This is a good hearty warm soup. Easy to put together. I have used Recipe #256812 with success for the pastry on top. I like that there are no cans of cream of whatever soup in it.

    Recipe #334523

    This recipe is from "The Little Book of Christmas Cooking". It is full of these great little recipes designed for kids to do with adults, with easy step by step instructions. - After the cookies are done, you can thread a ribbon through the small holes and hang them on the Christmas tree. But please don't eat them if you put them on the tree. - You will also need a large star-shaped cookie cutter, a fat drinking straw, a small round cookie cutter (slightly larger than the candy you are using), parchment paper, and a large baking sheets.

    Recipe #333013

    This recipe is from "The Little Book of Christmas Cooking". It is full of these great little recipes designed for kids to do with adults, with easy step by step instructions. - Keep the cookies in an airtight container and eat them within three days. If you don't have self-rising flour you can use this recipe Recipe #273841 to make your own. I never buy it, but make it in small batches for what I need each time.

    Recipe #332870

    This recipe is from "The Little Book of Christmas Cooking". It is full of these great little recipes designed for kids to do with adults, with easy step by step instructions. - The book has a tip that you don't need to peel canned pears, so that might be easier for kids. I think that fresh pears always work better. You will also need a 2 inch round cookie cutter and a small star shaped cookie cutter (smaller than the round).

    Recipe #332868

    This recipe is from "The Little Book of Christmas Cooking". It is full of these great little recipes designed for kids to do with adults, with easy step by step instructions. - Keep the cookies in an airtight container and eat them within a week. These little cookies look great when you draw different designs on them with regular and sparkly icing. I suggest using those prepackaged tubes of fine point icing for these cookies, but feel free to use any icing you want to. You will need to have something to pipe the cing on with. You will also need a 2 1/2 inch round cookie cutter for this.

    Recipe #332867

    This is the instructions I found to roast fresh pumpkins. It's more of a how-to than a recipe.

    Recipe #332065

    Girl Scouts have a great long history. I tracked this recipe down from the Girl Scout official website. http://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_cookies/cookie_history/early_years.asp "In July 1922, The American Girl magazine, published by Girl Scout national headquarters, featured an article by Florence E. Neil, a local director in Chicago, Illinois. Miss Neil provided a cookie recipe that was given to the council's 2,000 Girl Scouts. She estimated the approximate cost of ingredients for six- to seven-dozen cookies to be 26 to 36 cents. The cookies, she suggested, could be sold by troops for 25 or 30 cents per dozen."

    Recipe #331069

    This is not so much a recipe, although you "could" eat it if you really wanted to I guess. This is non toxic after all. (Please don't eat it). This will be fun to make with the kids for some Halloween fun. It's quick, easy and fun to do. When I make my Halloween play dough I like to do any of the following colors: green, purple, orange and a dark blackish green (this color makes great monsters).

    Recipe #330715

    Recipe is put together by my 7yo DD Sammie, so it's suiting that they be 7 Layer Bars. These are the only kind of bars that last more than a couple days around here. It’s not because they’re not tempting, it’s because they’re so RICH and you can’t eat more than a couple at a time. Even my kids can't handle too many of these at once. A tall glass of milk is definitely in order here.

    Recipe #329413

    A cute idea to go with Chef #535633's Recipe #318333.

    Recipe #329372

    This is the recipe that I use for my Recipe #329369. This is such a great dressing and makes a fine marinade too. It works well for chicken as well as beef.

    Recipe #329371

    Grilling fruit really brings out the natural sugars in them and they take on a whole new dimension. Don't use canned or very ripe peaches for this recipe or you will have a big mess on your grill. I like to buy extra peaches and the citrus fruits when I make this so I can juice them in my Lalanne juicer to make a tart sorbet. The recipe for the dressing alone is here Recipe #329371

    Recipe #329369

    What a creamy delicious soup. The garlic-herb cheese called for is a Boursin cheese, but I guess you could use a cream cheese for it. I doubt it would taste the same. I always use the fresh herbs for the bread, but you could use dried. Be sure to half the herbs if using dried instead of fresh.

    Recipe #329364

    This was featured on the morning news awhile back. I saw this and had to make it for my DD's birthday trip to buildabear. The Graham Crackers called for int eh ingredients list are for the bear shaped Teddy Graham crackers - NOT regular graham crackers.

    Recipe #329363

    Totally Tropical! I served this for our church at a Girls Night - Tropical Breeze event, which we held at a friend's house. We had the hot tub going and served this plus many other great dishes. Not your typical church lady luncheon! If you want, you can easily make this into a great appetizer. Cut the chicken into bite sized pieces before breading and serve with a bowl of salsa on the side. This works well with chicken thighs too, and those pieces are cheaper.

    Recipe #329362

    Goat cheese has a tart taste and mild texture, which makes it great for stuffing inside something. Especially when paired with a mild chicken. Be sure not to over cook or your deep fryer may have goat cheese floaties.

    Recipe #329360

    Just in time for that tailgate party. These little cookies are very good, and they look so good too. You can use chocolate chips if you want.

    Recipe #329357

    Adobo Beef Tacos with Pickled Red Onions recipe from The Wisconsin Beef Council. This was featured on the morning news cooking segment. I was surprised by how easy it was to find all the ingredients at the regular grocery store. I just checked the international foods aisle for them.

    Recipe #329289

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