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    Several years ago I was getting a weekly email from Todd Wilbur’s Top Secret Recipes web site. This is one that I received and printed on 12/13/2004. This is the description that came with it: “The streets of New York City are peppered with Nuts 4 Nuts vendors selling freshly candied nuts that you can smell a block away. For a buck or two you get your choice of warm sugar coated peanuts, cashews or almonds wrapped up in a little paper bag with the corners twisted closed. The nuts are candied right there on the carts in a large metal bowl over a heating element. Sugar and water are added to the nuts, then it’s all stirred vigorously as the water evaporates so the nuts develop a nice even coating without burning. They’re easy to make on the street, which means they’re even easier to clone at home. All you need for your own quick version of this addictive street snack is 1¼ cup of your favorite nuts, some sugar, a little water, a hot pan and you’re about 5 minutes away from an authentic New York City treat. Give this recipe a try with pecans and walnuts as well, and then use them on a spinach salad, along with a little goat cheese, and some diced apples or pears for a real gourmet touch.” I’ve made this recipe many times using all kinds of nuts and my favorite is made with salted mixed nuts. The combination of sweet and salty is so good. I make many batches of these for Christmas gifts each year. I finish one batch, rinse and dry the pan and start over. It goes very quickly. Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #390279

    This recipe came from French's (think yellow mustard) website. I plan to make it tomorrow night but wanted to go ahead and get it into one of my cookbooks. I've been looking for a recipe for Sloppy Joes that wasn't sweet and I hope this is it.

    Recipe #410861

    Another great recipe from Taste of Home's Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #414384

    I found this recipe in a church cookbook around 15 years ago and have been making it since. I never even thought about trying another pound cake recipe because I just don’t think it gets any better than this. Make sure that you sift the flour into a measuring cup to total 4 cups. In other words; sift before measuring. I really don’t know how much difference it would make but that’s the way the recipe was written. And it is all purpose flour. The recipe in the cookbook didn’t state what kind of flour so the first time I made it I used self rising. It rose beautifully and looked so pretty. For about a minute and a half. It fairly quickly deflated into a not so pretty mess.

    Recipe #389468

    This is my favorite spring and summer salad. It's a great opening act for any seafood dinner and it makes a really good snack or appetizer. I like it with Captain's Wafers. After mixing it, I pack it into individual 1 cup containers so it's ready to grab and go. I take it to work for lunch quite often. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #418145

    I searched before posting and this recipe is like several other recipes as far as ingredients but the cooking method is a little different. I leave the tails on for an appetizer and remove the tails to serve with pasta. I like it with rice noodles but it's great with any pasta.

    Recipe #403336

    Simple and tasty appetizer.

    Recipe #412219

    This was in the coupon section of this morning's paper and it sounds so good. I think I will use a 4 oz. can of chopped green chilies, drained, in place of the jalapenos. The bread slices are apparently not counted as a layer.

    Recipe #418172

    This recipe came from Taste of Home's 2010 Quick Cooking Annual Recipes cookbook. I think it would be great with other flavors of pie filling too. Prep time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #414375

    I went in search of ways to use my electric skillet and found this somewhere on the internet.

    Recipe #413942

    From Taste of Home's Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #414668

    This is truly a one pot dinner. So quick, easy and tasty. The recipe is in the booklet that came with my 16 cup rice cooker. I used a store brand jar of spaghetti sauce that had garlic in it so I did not use the 2 cloves of garlic. I used whole wheat pasta so it took about 25 minutes to cook. I think regular pasta would cook in the 20 minutes that the recipe states.

    Recipe #461836

    From Taste of Home's Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #421435


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