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    This is the way our family always ate apple dumplings. The dumplings are baked in a cinnamon syrup and rather than a scoop of ice cream, we made nutmeg milk to pour over the top.

    Recipe #494630

    From a Wilton cake decorating class from the late 70's.

    Recipe #494603

    Tastes like summer in the south!

    Recipe #494592

    A delicious, completely non-authentic, chili con queso recipe :)

    Recipe #494583

    This tastes like cheddar mac & cheese with chicken and broccoli thrown in. Recipe taken from San Giorgio pasta box.

    Recipe #494581

    This is a family favorite served with grilled shish kabob on top.

    Recipe #494578

    Adapted from Christine's Kitchen Chronicles website. Velveting technique from instructables.com. Originally a Panda Express recipe.

    Recipe #493875

    This is a recipe that came off a pkg of Fleischmann's Rapid-Rise yeast in the 90's. It's light and aromatic without being overpowered by seasoning. In my bread machine, I use regular yeast, put all liquids, then dry, then yeast and set it for a light 1.5lb loaf. It takes 3 hours to fully cook. Use dough setting

    Recipe #488173

    Simple, tasty lime fish tacos originally found in a Costco cookbook.

    Recipe #486739

    This recipe came from a bag of Pennsylvania Dutch Homestyle Noodles many years ago. The pimiento absolutely makes this recipe, so don't leave it out. Make a trip to the store and get them, they're near the olives and pickles.

    Recipe #469591

    This is from Organizedhome.com and I've been using it for years. It works equally for beef or chicken. **I edited this recipe after receiving a review stating that they felt it was sour. That made me realize I didn't have "fresh" lime juice listed, which I always use because I don't like it made with pre-squeezed in-a-bottle lime juice.

    Recipe #469582

    Cream cheese variation. A little sweeter version for those, like me, who don't love peanut butter. Food grade paraffin added to the chocolate makes the balls nice and shiny and a little sturdier when packaged. It can be found near the canning supplies in the grocery store.

    Recipe #467566

    This is an easy recipe that is difficult to mess up. I think maybe the sour cream helps, don't think I've ever had a "crack" with this recipe. Can be made in one springform or two regular pie pans (adjust baking time).

    Recipe #467564

    This is a Southern mayonnaise and egg potato salad.

    Recipe #466859

    This is from a very old copy of Cooking Light from when the magazine was brand new. It's a delicious peppery parmesan sauce over turkey cutlets. Serve with egg noodles and a fresh vegetable. Can also be made with chicken cutlets.

    Recipe #466745

    Old fashioned caramel icing for yellow or spice cake.

    Recipe #466604

    Family favorite, easy cheesy spaghetti baked and served with your favorite pasta sauce. Makes 2 9x12 pans, scale if needed. Great for pot-lucks. Add a bit of sauteed garlic if you wish.

    Recipe #466603

    My husband's family favorite. A tart, tasty drink. Makes a large amount, scale if necessary.

    Recipe #466602

    No soaking, no shucking and "cooks" in minutes on the grill. Starts in the microwave

    Recipe #458142

    Inspired by the Cher-Berry smoothie recipe at an online website. One serving size.

    Recipe #457732

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