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    This recipe looks like it is complicated, because it has so many ingredients, but it's not. Most of the ingredients are the spices and herbs that make the dish so great. Actually, it is a very simple and easy recipe.

    Recipe #127730

    It's summer time and we are all looking for those cold refreshing drinks. This is one that I found in a 1963 edition of Family Cooking, a cookbook published by Parents' Magazine.

    Recipe #126683

    It's summer time and we are all looking for those cold refreshing drinks. This is one that I found in a 1963 edition of Family Cooking, a cookbook published by Parents' Magazine.

    Recipe #126681

    It's summer time and we are all looking for those cold refreshing drinks. This is one that I found in a 1963 edition of Family Cooking, a cookbook published by Parents' Magazine.

    Recipe #126679

    I found this recipe in a Quick Cooking cook book and revised it just a little to suit my family's taste. Hope you enjoy. Cook time is mostly chill time. It needs to be in the fridge long enough to chill completely. I do like to make mine the day before I intend to serve.

    Recipe #123230

    I found this recipe in a Quick Cooking cookbook and it was a hit at a family gathering.

    Recipe #123155

    This is for those who want something wonderful, but don't have a lot of time for preparation. It does have to chill at least 3 hours, so I recommend making the night before. It calls for Cool Whip, but if you want fresh whipped cream....no problem. The cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #122054

    I found this and thought it would be great for all those strawberry lovers out there. The recipe calls for strawberry brandy, but I had to put it into the system as brandy, strawberry flavor....

    Recipe #121754

    Pork is just about my DH's favorite meat, so I am always on the lookout for new ways to prepare it. I found this in a Pork Recipe leaflet. Prep time included 4 hours chill time.

    Recipe #121164

    I found this recipe in a magazine. I love the buttermilk pies, so I decided to share this one.

    Recipe #120984

    I will admit that I have not made this yet. But this recipe looked so good, I wanted to post and share with others. If the breast halves are small, you may have to use 4.

    Recipe #120913

    Found this in a magazine, and thought it looked good. The serving size and cook time are estimates. Serving size depends on the people eating and cooktime depends on how hot the grill is and the size of the ribs. Also included in the cook time, is the chill time.

    Recipe #120782

    For the feta cheese lovers among us!!!! You can use the pickled peppers of your choice, pepperoncici or sweet red cherry. Cook time is actually chill time. Since this is a dip, serving size is an estimate.

    Recipe #120525

    Another magazine find. Hope you enjoy!!!! The recipe calls for Tabasco sauce, but you can use your favorite. It is also recommended that you either use the thick slice bacon or either double the amount of bacon if you are using the thin slice. Cook time is mostly "chill" time. one of those dips that gets better as it sits.

    Recipe #120418

    This recipe came out of a magazine. It is recommended for brushing on ribs as they grill and also, on the side, for dipping. Servings and yield are estimates.

    Recipe #120396

    Another one for the omelet lovers among us!

    Recipe #119596

    Found this recipe in a magazine. We just love omelets. Hope you enjoy it as well.

    Recipe #119573

    I got this recipe out of a magazine. It is great for use as a pizza sauce or as a pasta sauce.

    Recipe #119331

    I found this recipe in a magazine for kicking up kaiser rolls for sandwiches. Just give a good sandwich a little something extra.

    Recipe #119279

    From Café Terra Cotta in Tucson and Scottsdale, Arizona and printed in Sunset Magazine.

    Recipe #117960

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