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    I love Twice Baked Potatoes and this version makes it so much easier to enjoy with my whole family of 6.

    Recipe #326705

    I love apples, and oatmeal. You may use quick or old fashioned oatmeal for this — just whatever you have. Try this with some frozen blueberries or any other dried fruit. I used Craisins and frozen raspberries often. This is another recipe from the wall of our old house. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall. As one reviewer said, it holds well in the fridge, because I usually make mine on a Sunday night, then the kids have something hearty and warm in the morning before the mad dash to school!

    Recipe #223392

    I only saw a handful of other Pannekoeken recipes out here, but none quite like Gamma's. Be sure to serve immediately as it will sink. Serve with warm syrup.

    Recipe #229205

    This is a recipe from the wall of our old home. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall.

    Recipe #223393

    I got this from my MIL. I had it at her house one day after Thanksgiving, and I nearly slurped up the whole pan. That is something else considering I usually avoid her cooking as much as I can.

    Recipe #342231

    This makes a lot of cookies. I got this recipe online and adjusted it for taste. There are many pumpkin cookie recipes here, but I think this one is different. It is all stuff you usually have in your pantry. This is great with chocolate chips and nuts in place of the raisins too. At the listed baking time you end up with a texture like a muffin top, but you can add time for a chewier cookie.

    Recipe #329198

    This recipe is from Curly's Pub located in Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers. I love beer cheese soup. This stuff is so creamy and so easy to make with easy to find ingredients. If you have an immersion blender you can blitz this right in the pan. Otherwise you can take it to your blender. Top with some unbuttered popcorn. GO PACK GO!!! :) UPDATED: I checked the recipe and it did call for 6 cans of beer, but it cannot be right. I called Curly's Pub at the stadium and got the correction from them at 2 cans of beer. The recipe they had given out was for the larger amounts made for the restaurant. 6 Cans of beer makes a bit more sense then. LOL.

    Recipe #335511

    This is a recipe from the wall of our old home. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall.

    Recipe #223396

    There are many crisp recipes on the site, but I didn't find one quite like this one. There are no cans of cherry pie filling here. Yes, you too can make a cherry crisp from scratch, using real cherries! You could use this filling for many other things like ice cream topping, or Toast-tites on the campfire! Yummy!

    Recipe #344757

    These are thin pancakes. Trust the process-batter is very thin and runny! We always roll them up into little logs to serve with toppings or stuff rolled inside. It's fun for the kids to pick their own toppings. They 'keep' well, and it doesn't hurt the quality to collect them on a dish in the oven while you cook the whole batch so everyone can eat together. Save the leftovers, they microwave great!

    Recipe #229197

    Cherry Chicken Salad Recipe from Festival Foods

    Recipe #310644

    Use within 5 days (that's usually not a problem at our house!)

    Recipe #228950

    Christmas is coming and everyone wants cookies and treats. I love these simple cookies that taste so festive and bright looking. They taste like a hot spiced tea, which is my favorite holiday drink.

    Recipe #335637

    I was just about to post this recipe and one other came up as nearly the same, although that one is broiled and missing the olive oil. It is a very good dish and the sauce works well with rice. I should try it broiled too, but I don't know if the pan sauce would be as good without the catch from the chicken. The original WW recipe is this one, plus 2 tbs olive oil. This is WW POINTS: 4 Exchanges: 3 Very Lean Meat.

    Recipe #229169

    This is so good on a cold drizzly day like today. Warm and smooth, nice and creamy.

    Recipe #258311

    Adapted from www.auntpurplescooking.com - I like to use boneless, skinless chicken thighs for this, but you can use breasts too.

    Recipe #348668

    UPDATED: I am sorry for the confusion. My DH found this recipe and posted as a favor to me. He was supposed to leave it as a private recipe, but it is too confusing I guess. We found this for a friend that was fasting from all animal products. From the vegan blog site http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2008/05/skillet-gardeners-pie.html "I used kidney beans here because I like their flavor and texture in this dish. But feel free to substitute about 1- 1/2 cups of any cooked beans or lentils. Or, if faux meats are your thing, rehydrate some TVP, crumble up a couple of Boca burgers, or chop up some seitan and use it instead".

    Recipe #327055

    I love tea. I love apples. This only makes sense for them to come together in this great tea. This makes enough to serve to others, but I usually end up saving it all for myself. You can drink it hot, just skip the step about the ice. I prefer this particular tea over ice though. I sometimes add a bit of honey as well. Note that you need 1/2 cup of mint leaves, plus 4 sprigs of mint for garnish.

    Recipe #344759

    Another apple recipe from Gamma Betty. She happens to be the best Gamma baker/cook I have ever known. I got this recipe from her when I was little. Growing up on the dairy farm, I used to watch her in the kitchen, trying to learn how to cook and bake. She had 9 kids and 7 of them are boys, so this lady can make anything and lots of it! Plus we always had fresh milk (the good stuff that you had to shake the cream back down into it), fresh butter (this was the grandkids job), and fresh chicken (this is not a nice memory).

    Recipe #235665

    Lemon Raspberry Muffins Recipe from Festival Foods, a grocery store in Green Bay. This was featured on the local morning news.

    Recipe #306474

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