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    This is a great low-carb snack!

    Recipe #270534

    This is a yummy appetizer and it's also low in carbs!

    Recipe #270435

    I got this recipe from "A Taste of Oregon"

    Recipe #270317

    Yum! Zucchini in scrambled eggs is such a treat! Use sweet onions for an even tastier dish!

    Recipe #270315

    My mom used to make Ableskivers when I was growing up, and then I didn't have them again until my husband and I went to a bed & breakfast for our anniversary in 2004. This bed & breakfast was in Leavenworth, Washington, and it was called Abendblume. The kind woman who ran the place served us Aebleskivers for breakfast one of the mornings (along with other fine fares), and before we left we'd purchased an Aebleskiver pan and now we are able to make these yummy treats at home! The following recipe is from the slip of paper that came with our pan.

    Recipe #264078

    I made up this recipe, and I love it! It is yummy and a GREAT way to use up leftover salmon.

    Recipe #261115

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