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    These are quick to make and a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth.

    Recipe #517097

    Great on wheat crackers. I like to chill an hour or two before serving to blend the flavors. Allow to sit at room temperature for a few minutes prior to serving to make for easier spreading.

    Recipe #516900

    Skillet meal that I've been making for years. It is a family favorite.

    Recipe #492443

    Out of a local magazine. This is the best bark I've ever tasted (and the prettiest). Using quality chocolate is key.

    Recipe #492423

    Warning...highly addictive! A friend gave me this recipe upon my request. The perfect blend of sweet, salty and crunchy. Easy recipe - the hardest part is keeping your hand out of the bowl once you start eating it.

    Recipe #468992

    A family favorite- I ate these growing up in the 1960's. My mother called them Maid-Rites but they are a cross between a Maid-Rite and a Sloppy Joe. I've tried many similar recipes over the years but keep coming back to this one. My kids say it's the best one and I have to agree. Savory, juicy, simple and fast. What more could you ask for?

    Recipe #439144

    Tasty recipe from Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #517067

    This came out of an old cook-booklet. Very basic but one of the best. I like to micro-cook and refrigerate the potatoes ahead of time. Cook time represents minimum time to chill.

    Recipe #516305

    One of my go-to salad recipes. It's great with turkey or chicken. In a time crunch, quality deli meat can be used and it's just as good. From the Iowa Turkey Federation.

    Recipe #516303

    This is a family favorite that I got from Better Homes and Gardens magazine many years ago. Makes a huge amount for a crowd but is easy to downsize for everyday use. Cook time = refrigeration time.

    Recipe #516285

    Refreshing and not too strong. From the American Bartenders School Guide to Drinks

    Recipe #516276

    Great dessert drink. From the American Bartenders School Guide to Drinks.

    Recipe #516242

    This recipe was posted by a local supermarket. Easy to make and delicious.

    Recipe #516165

    Low calorie drink that is great for brunch. From Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Cook time reflects time to freeze orange juice.

    Recipe #516131

    From an old magazine clipping I'd saved. Not sure which magazine it came from.

    Recipe #516074

    A refreshing summer drink. From BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #515983

    The name says it all. From BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #515980

    Growing up my mother used to make this all the time. Especially festive for the holidays and for St Patrick's Day.

    Recipe #515975

    Recipe from a co-worker. I've made many times over the years and tweaked to my personal taste. Can be made with either Ranch or Italian dressing mix depending on your preference. I like it both ways to mix it up since I make these so frequently. Another option is to cook the wings on the grill for 30 minutes instead of deep frying. Either way they get a nice crispy skin. If you like the flavor but it's too much heat simply tone down by increasing the butter.

    Recipe #515868

    One of our family favorites. From BHG magazine several years ago.

    Recipe #515863

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