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    Mmmmmmmm. Makes a 1 1/2 lb loaf.

    Recipe #45770

    Sounds like a winner to me! Makes a 1 1/2 lb loaf

    Recipe #45766

    Never heard of granola bread...sounds good! Makes: a 1 1/2 lb loaf

    Recipe #45763

    Haven't tried this yet, but it sounds good to me! Tell me how you like it! Makes a 1 1/2 lb loaf

    Recipe #45762

    Yummy dressing, easy to make! Chill for 7-24 hours for best results!

    Recipe #45747

    Great and simple dressing to whip together on the spot!

    Recipe #45745

    I made this up as a compilation of the hundreds of shepherd's pie recipes that I have, and tried to make it a little healthier. You can use leftover mashed potatoes, slightly heated. I suppose you could also use instant, though I personally don't like those for anything. The mashed potato technique that I describe is just a very basic one, so if you have one that you like better, then feel free to do so!

    Recipe #45742

    This recipe was given to me by an Alaskan friend. I have not tried it yet (we don't eat much fried foods), but knowing the source, I'm sure it is good!

    Recipe #45712

    Recipe #45710

    A recipe by Pepperidge Farm for their frozen puff pastries. Very good if you are too lazy to make your own fry bread! Prep time does not include the 30 minutes for thawing the pastry.

    Recipe #45707

    This is some yummy dip! Great if you are craving that crab flavor, but can't afford to go running to Red Lobster for help :)

    Recipe #45701

    This stuff is soo good! A nice quick warm meal for a cold winter night! Out of yet another grocery store cookbook. This is not 'authentic' Cincinatti Chili, just a chili and pasta dish that happened to be named that in my cookbook.

    Recipe #45692

    Out of a Betty Crocker cookbook. I haven't tried it, but it sounds intriguing. Let me know if you like it!

    Recipe #45689

    Another unique and very good recipe from a Betty Crocker grocery store cookbook. A very new take on a traditional dish! We loved it! Hope that you do too!

    Recipe #45684

    I found this recipe in an old Betty Crocker grocery store recipe book (my friend gave me a huge pile of them, so I have made quite a few). This is a very different and much lower fat version than the ones that use cream of chicken soup. My whole family enjoyed these, even the 5 year old!

    Recipe #45682

    I used this recipe from Better Homes and Gardens for my first year of making Thanksgiving dinner. Judging by the results, no one knew that I hadn't cooked this meal a million times before. The turkey was perfectly moist and the stuffing was incredible! If serving a large crowd, I would double the stuffing! I ran out last year because the bird needed it all, and had to make an extra casserole of Stovetop. It didn't even compare to the homemade! This recipe is well worth the effort, and your family will thank you! You don't have to mess with the fancy turkey lacing, all I did was fasten the back and legs shut with a metal skewer and it turned out fine. Prep time does not include making bread cubes.

    Recipe #45678

    This sounds so good, I was ready to eat the recipe right out of my Ladies Home Journal! Looks like it takes a fair amount of effort, but I bet it pays off! Please tell me how this one tastes! Prep time does not include chilling and standing time.

    Recipe #45671

    I got this recipe from Ladies Home Journal. It looks delicious and rich! Looks like a pretty delicate recipe, so I would recommend following it to a tee!

    Recipe #45663

    I have not tried this recipe myself, but got it from a friend that has impeccable taste in desserts, so I am sure it's yummy!

    Recipe #45631

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