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    It is late summer, and I am overrun with tomatoes of all kinds. Big, little, roma, cherry, red, rose, yellow, purple, you name it. This is a quick way to use up some of those delicious cherry tomatoes that are too watery to can.

    Recipe #506980

    1 Reviews |  By AshK

    From Cook's Country magazine. Don't overbake these cookies, they should be chewy.

    Recipe #264615

    2 Reviews |  By AshK

    From Cook's Country magazine. Grind the peppermint candies in a food processor until they are pulverized. Times do not include chill time of at least 2 hours.

    Recipe #264614

    5 Reviews |  By AshK

    Hi, I'm AshK's son, and I wanted to try to make a breakfast sandwich. It is a little Mexican sandwich that I think goes great with a nice cold cup of milk.

    Recipe #250398

    5 Reviews |  By AshK

    This is a recipe out of a Cooking Light book that I received from my swap partner in the 2007 annual cook book swap. It is a wonderful crock pot meal.

    Recipe #249942

    5 Reviews |  By AshK

    Vera got this recipe from another family member. I really love this jam and it is freezer jam. I don't know how many servings this makes, so the servings are a guess.

    Recipe #247574

    1 Reviews |  By AshK

    I love Vera's directions for this recipe. Get ready for a work out! Vera wrote in the margins "The shaking is the secret of success! It causes the berries to absorb the syrup and remain plump and whole. Never cook more than 2 quarts at a time and be sure to SHAKE THE BERRIES!" I know this makes 2 quarts, but am guessing at the servings. Cooking time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #247373

    2 Reviews |  By AshK

    This sauce can be frozen or canned in a hot water bath. It makes around 2 quarts, and is a great basic sauce that leaves room to add your own favorites like mushrooms, sausage, or cheeses. I have found that dried spices work best in this sauce.

    Recipe #247371

    3 Reviews |  By AshK

    Vera has attributed this recipe to "Aunt Ola". I have eaten Vera's, but haven't made it myself. Vera recommended refrigerating the salad overnight for the flavors to blend, cook time includes refrigeration prior to serving.

    Recipe #247362

    8 Reviews |  By AshK

    I've tasted this recipe many times. The apples are great over ice cream or as a topping for french toast or pancakes. I am planning on trying to make it this fall.

    Recipe #243773

    3 Reviews |  By AshK

    Another great recipe passed on to me by my husband's grandma. I usually don't make bread, but this one is a keeper.

    Recipe #243761

    1 Reviews |  By AshK

    This is easily the best relish recipe I have ever tried. We enjoy it so much that last year we used the first of the year tomatoes in it, instead of waiting for the end of the season. The recipe was passed down to me by my husband's grandma Vera. I remember this making 4-quart jars, but it may make more. I do a lot of canning all at once, and I didn't pay attention to how many jars it made per batch. I know it will keep for 1 year, but we have never had a batch last longer than that--we eat this stuff on everything. Time includes soaking time.

    Recipe #243754

    4 Reviews |  By AshK

    This burger was created by Team Gobsmacked for Zaar World Tour III. We wanted to call it Tequila-ed, yummy, rocking, boob-growing, goooooood, balanced, coloured, flavoured, complete, oniony good, juicy, GOBSMACKED Leaning Tower of Buffalo Southwester Burger, but there are only so many characters you can fit on a ZWT team...er I mean a recipe title. We put our addled heads together and came up with an astounding Buffalo burger that will knock your socks off. We used Out of Recipe #20601 for the bread. We also used Recipe #230486 for the salsa. Finally we used Recipe #230657 in place of spicy mayonnaise. It is WELL WORTH the time to make the extras for this unique burger, and if you don't, Team Gobsmacked may just show up at your door to demand justice!

    Recipe #231174

    2 Reviews |  By AshK

    Created by Team Gobsmackers for Zaar World Tour III. This zippy little treat earned it's name from the tequila, lime and salt included in the recipe. It's a shot in a sauce! Great for burgers, as a veggie dip, as dressing for chicken salad, or you could thin it with milk and use it as salad dressing. You can also substitute light mayo and sour cream. Lots of great options, so Slam It Down and Smack Yer Gob! Cooking time includes chilllll time. The number of servings will depend on what you use the sauce for. Yields 2 1/2 Cups of sauce.

    Recipe #230657

    1 Reviews |  By AshK

    These are lacy, British tea-time favorites. Fill the cookies just before serving so that they remain crisp.

    Recipe #230190

    3 Reviews |  By AshK

    Yum. Just Yum! Makes one big frosty smoothie.

    Recipe #230188

    4 Reviews |  By AshK

    A great summertime drink. Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #230184

    13 Reviews |  By AshK

    Description taken from Giada De Laurentiis' Everyday Italian: "This dip is the Italian version of hummus, and in my opinion it's smoother and tastier. This is a staple antipasto with I'm entertaining. The pita chips aren't Italian, but they work really well with this dip." We really enjoy this recipe at our house, too.

    Recipe #228894

    2 Reviews |  By AshK

    From Morton's Steak Bible. A wonderful way to prepare skirt steak, no marinating for this one!

    Recipe #228885

    5 Reviews |  By AshK

    From the legendary Morton's Steak House. Simply amazing Blue Cheese Dressing. As much as I love to lighten things, this just isn't the same using light ingredients. This calls for Durkee's Famous Sauce, if you can't locate Durkee's, I have another recipe for a similar sauce called Mustard-Mayonnaise Sauce. Cook time includes overnight chilling.

    Recipe #228879

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