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    From B&G canning mag. Prep time include 3 hour soak time.bthese are to be chilled for1-2 days before eating.

    Recipe #484039

    From B&G canning mag. Prep time includes 2 hour soak time.

    Recipe #484038

    There are lot of recipes for this, but I did not see this one. Also this is a smaller batch. From B&G canning mag. Prep. Time include 3 hours soaking time in salt.

    Recipe #484036

    From B&G canning mag. You can use walla walla, vidalia or Maui onions for this recipe.

    Recipe #484024

    From B&G canning mag. Easy to make, and stored direct in fridge for three months.

    Recipe #483992

    From B&G canning mag. Cooking time includes 1 hour of cooling. If you read step 5, I recommend how to cut down this time.

    Recipe #483946

    From B&G canning mag. Recomented to use warm as glaze over pound cake.

    Recipe #483944

    From B&G canning mag. This is for whole pear or cherry tomatoes. You can use sliced but they do not look as pretty.

    Recipe #483940

    From Better Homes and Gardens canning mag.

    Recipe #483938

    From Better Homes and Gardens canning mag.

    Recipe #483936

    Fried cheese that are light/airy. To be eaten right after frying. Fron the cookbook "Tapas" The little dishes of Spain.

    Recipe #483876

    From the cook book "Tapas":Little Dishes of Spain

    Recipe #483875

    Similar to a mimosa, but with raspberries. This is from Dinners for Two. Original recipe from The Fearrington House in Pittsboro, North Carolina.

    Recipe #483873

    I do not remember where I got this recipe, but I wanted a sweet potato dish that did not use a lot of sugar as the normal recipes.

    Recipe #481787

    Oven baked pears with slightly sweet/spiced pink syrup and whole cranberries. I found this recipe years ago in a news paper and clipped it out. Took me a while to make it, but once I did, I knew it was a keeper. I then washed the jeans I was wearing when cooking and melted the news paper. I did a search on the net, but could not find it there. So I had to quickly write down the recipe before I forgot it. So hear it is for me to always have. Hope you enjoy it as well.

    Recipe #477769

    Pineapple jam with spices added. I had allot of pineapple and needed to use it up, so I went looking for jam recipes. I could only find plain fruit jams, so I saw this recipe on the net for this Asian jam for jam tarts, but it took along time to cook. There was no name to the original recipe. So I took the spices, add more and then put it with the pectin pineapple jam I have made in the past. Hope you like it, it is good on toast, but allot of people have told me it is great on ice cream. I like it with ham. Time does not count 1 hour soak. Cooking time has canning time added to it.

    Recipe #393267

    I found a recipe similar on all recipes, but I did not like how long it took to cooked down. I like chunky jam and do not like to stand at the stove that long. So I changed it to use pectin instead. Cooking time has canning time added, but does not count the 1 hour soaking.

    Recipe #393265

    I wanted something more then just strawberry jam, I saw this recipe online for jelly. So I added the vanilla to the jam I was making. This is good for toast/muffins and over ice cream. Time does not count overnight time. Cooking time counts canning time.

    Recipe #393242

    This is the best gravy I have ever tried. It is rich and creamy. One of the family members was reading Paula Deen's book and this recipe was in there. So we tried and all fell in love with it. Even the picky youngsters of the family, will eat this with biscuits. It is a heart attack waiting to happen. This is only cooked twice a year because it is so sinful. I don't even like sausage and I love eating this gravy.

    Recipe #300866

    This is a sweet/tart coffee cake with holiday spices. I like to make this the night before a holiday for breakfast, this way I can start cooking holiday dinner and still have something to eat. This is based off the original recipe #147253, but I have made enough changes it has turn in to a new item, with new flavors. This calls for only 2 cups cranberries, either fresh OR frozen.

    Recipe #264840

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