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    This has a slight Asian influence as opposed to the usual Italian influence of most stuffed eggplant. Vegetarian and very tasty.

    Recipe #251844

    This is a great side dish to make with ingredients you probably have in your pantry and refrigerator.

    Recipe #251819

    3 Reviews |  By Marney

    These are S'mores but less messy to eat. Kids love them. Times listed don't include chilling time.

    Recipe #251816

    This is my father in law's recipe and I've grown to like it a lot over the years. Times listed do not include chill time.

    Recipe #251808

    Another Pennsylvania Dutch recipe from my mom's side of the family. It's very similar to a pecan pie, without the nuts. Gooey and sweet it's great warm with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #251789

    Cheesy potato goodness, nuf said.

    Recipe #251786

    3 Reviews |  By Marney

    These are like steak fries taken to the next level. Contrary to their name they don't have any ranch dressing in them.

    Recipe #251727

    These are a staple at my house around Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I don't think it would feel like the holidays without them. I sometimes make cream cheese frosting to serve on the side or add 1 cup raisins and/or 1 cup chopped pecans depending on my mood. They are great plain though and not too sweet.

    Recipe #251725

    This is a great dessert to make with things that you can store ahead of time in your freezer (well, at least the main ingredients can be). Very easy to make.

    Recipe #251724

    These come from my mom's side of the family. Since she grew up there among the Amish and Mennonite communities I've always been fascinated with their cuisines. Molasses and gingerbread are two of my favorite flavors for cookies. Cooking time noted is per batch.

    Recipe #251719

    1 Reviews |  By Marney

    This is my MIL's recipe. I'm more partial to chocolate fudge but this is very good and very easy.

    Recipe #251654

    This is named after the famed painted desert in Northern Arizona. The layers look very similar to the mountains. To appreciate the resemblance use a clear bowl to make this in.

    Recipe #251482

    My husband and I love mushrooms. This sauce is practically mushroom essence. It's great on pasta, with steak, pork chops, chicken or try on top of hamburgers. Note- Any mushroom varieties will work the key is to have a few different types. The optional cream I use only if serving as a pasta sauce.

    Recipe #251475

    My mom got this recipe from a babysitter we had when I was little. We always had this Christmas morning. The smell is out of this world and a pleasant one to wake up to any day of the year. Time listed doesn't include overnight set.

    Recipe #251291

    This is a great stuffing. Very flavorful. My mother in law (who doesn't care for bread stuffings) loves this. Times do not include overnight drying time.

    Recipe #251249

    These were my grandmother Mimi's Christmas staple cookie. A cross between a shortbread and sugar cookie they are light and crispy and very addictive. Be sure to save a couple empty butter stick boxes when planning to make these.

    Recipe #251241

    This salad is light and tangy. It has a great mix of textures. Last time I made this I didn't have walnuts so I used pinenuts instead, they were great and my husband said he liked it even better.

    Recipe #251238

    This is my grammie's recipe for yummy, nutty, butterscotch-y bar cookie goodness.

    Recipe #251223

    Miriam was a wonderful little old lady that lived down the street when I was growing up. I have fond memories of going over to help her out with stuff around the house and her letting me pick pomegranets from her tree in the backyard. She would also let me help her out in the kitchen with baking or whatever. I love this recipe, very moist and banana-y.

    Recipe #251221

    6 Reviews |  By Marney

    Not only is this the easiest fudge to make, it's also the best tasting...well, at least in my opinion. The problem with a lot of fudge recipes is the need for cooking on the stove and a candy thermometer. This is so easy you can have the kids help you make it. UPDATE: I reduced the amount of salt listed due to reviewer feed back and listed it as optional.

    Recipe #251200

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