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    This is a very simple twist on garlic bread that came about when I needed something quick and didn't have regular garlic bread in the house. Now we like it so much, that its about all we ever use. Cook time is for the whole roll of biscuits.

    Recipe #56131

    4 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Ooey, gooey and delicious! Has the flavor of chocolate and toffee. What more could you want.

    Recipe #54724

    1 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Something different to go with your Italian dinner in place of or in addition to, garlic bread. Especially good topped with hot pepper jelly.

    Recipe #54721

    3 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Very tasty and couldn't be easier.

    Recipe #54601

    Easy, tasty way to make stuffing without having to turn on the oven.

    Recipe #54598

    1 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Another chocolate yummy from Pillsbury.

    Recipe #54592

    Something yummy from Pillsbury Holiday Baking.

    Recipe #54572

    From Australian Womens Weekly. Sounds really yummy and comforting.

    Recipe #52877

    2 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Something for all you spice lovers! Comes from the Australian Womens Weekly cookbook. Cooking and prep times are approximate.

    Recipe #52867

    This cookie is from one of my new cookbooks courtesy of Jan. S. Can't wait to try them.

    Recipe #52764

    Like I said, these look fantastic on the cover of the cookbook! Serving sizes will be approximate. As near as I can figure 1.5kg is about 3 lbs.

    Recipe #52647

    Another winner from the Holland Family Cookbook. Yield is a guess, I never can remember to measure it afterwards.

    Recipe #51743

    2 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Found this is an old bunch of recipes I'd been hoarding. Haven't tried them yet, but they sound good.

    Recipe #51741

    I love anything with pineapple and this is no exception. It would be easy enough to just eat it out of the pan without any meat. This is even good on pound cake with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #51737

    This comes from The Holland Family Cookbook that we give to our customers when they buy a Holland grill. Sounds really good.

    Recipe #51735

    1 Reviews |  By KyJo

    I'm sorry I just couldn't resist posting, since we've had so many fascinating discussions about Spam in the past. Actually, I think this sounds kinda good, but maybe I would make it with ham or smoked sausage instead of the Spam.

    Recipe #49395

    1 Reviews |  By KyJo

    This recipe is from my Aunt Thelma, who used to make whenever we visited, because she knew I liked it. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled for bigger crowds.

    Recipe #47624

    2 Reviews |  By KyJo

    This was my Mom's recipe and we ate a lot of it when I was growing up. You can use this dough for just about anything. We even like it as a pizza crust. Cooking time is just a guess, I always go by the thumping method on bread loaves. Makes 1 doz nuclear rolls or 2 loaves of bread

    Recipe #46856

    3 Reviews |  By KyJo

    Fast, easy, and yummy?

    Recipe #45275

    20 Reviews |  By KyJo

    This is a fall staple at our house. Makes the house smell heavenly, and they taste better than they smell. This recipe can be doubled easily and baked in a 9 x 13 pan.

    Recipe #42355

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