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    6 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I think this may have come from American Whole Foods Cuisine. I modified it a bit. I haven't made this in a while, so I'm guessing at the serving amount. What you don't use freezes well.

    Recipe #287875

    8 Reviews |  By mliss29

    From Madhur Jaffrey's World of the East Vegetarian Cooking. I ususally make it with 2 regular cucumbers sliced on a mandolin slicer. And I just throw unaltered sesame seeds in it.

    Recipe #287864

    6 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This Syrian comes from Madhur Jaffrey's World of the East Vegetarian Cooking. I never peel the tomatoes. I tried one time and I think it's too much trouble. Plus, the little tomato skins look like confetti.

    Recipe #287861

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This is my favorite smoothie. I may even be why my son Rowan was 10.5 pounds at birth! It is good with frozen bananas or non-frozen (I think it depends on how cold it is outside as to how much I want to risk brain-freeze.) Or if you want a frozen treat and didn't prepare your bananas ahead, some crushed ice will do too.

    Recipe #287830

    3 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This adapted from a chocolate chip muffin recipe I found on the internet some years ago. My 11yo son always requests these when it's time to take treats to school. I have doubled the recipe so it should yield 24 muffins, but I think I must not fill them as full because I think I usually get closer to 30 muffins.

    Recipe #283792

    1 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I discovered this contest late at night on Saturday. Not realizing it was January 26th, I printed off the ingredient list to show my young son who aspires to be a chef. He was game until he said, "It's already January 27th, should I try the next contest?" "What?!" I replied, "Today's the 27th?" So anyway, I haven't actually tried this recipe, but I think it sounds good. LOL I did try it during the contest, and I have changed the instructions a little.

    Recipe #283048

    1 Reviews |  By mliss29

    From Jane Kinderlehrer's the Art of Cooking with Love and Wheat Germ (and Other Natural Foods.) This stuff is so good! And who says a hunk of butter is bad for you? Well, all right, this book is about 30 year old. I have made it substituting Smucker's Natural Peanut Butter for the butter and omitting the arrowroot. Very good. It's also good rolled in unsweetened coconut. (Oh! I think I used powdered milk once when I didn't have any powdered soymilk.)

    Recipe #280440

    3 Reviews |  By mliss29

    "From County Cork, Ireland" from Jane Kinderlehrer's the Art of Cooking with Love and Wheat Germ (and Other Natural Foods). I am editing the instructions because I made this today and see that they're really weird. Preheat the oven, then make the dough and let it rise for an hour? I don't think so. Also, today I was standing at the health food store thinking, "wheat germ...I think I wanted that for something...oh well." And I didn't get it. So I made the bread with King Arthur's White Whole Wheat Flour and no wheat germ or sesame seeds. It is soooo good. I also cooked it at 350 for 50 minutes along with Melody Ashcraft's Recipe #213228, and it turned out fine. (Does anyone know if you really have to warm the flour up for 20 minutes? Thanks.)

    Recipe #280437

    6 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This is a lower-fat, no-boil version of Julesong's Recipe #50213. After one bite, my 11 year old son said, "make this again, Mom." Many thanks to Julesong for this delicious combination of flavors.

    Recipe #271683

    2 Reviews |  By mliss29

    The kids gobbled this up and I didn't get to try it! I guess that means it was pretty good. It's from The Treasury of White Trash Cooking.

    Recipe #262411

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    The strawberry filling was oh-so-good. Yadda May says, "The ladies at our quilting circle just throw a fit over this!" This is from The Treasury of White Trash Cooking. I wasn't wild about the plain cream cheese part, but then again, I didn't follow directions and add the milk. Who knows? I think maybe that layer could use a little sugar. I counted baking the crust as the cooking time. I use the rolled pie crusts in a box in the refrigerated section of the grocery store.

    Recipe #262164

    I'd never made pecan pie before and was surprised at how easy it was. This was really good! From The Treasury of White Trash Cooking

    Recipe #262161

    From Ladies Home Journal 100 Great Pie & Pastry Recipes

    Recipe #262158

    6 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I was about the only rhubarb lover the time I made this, so I got most if it to myself! ;) Of course it's good with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. It's from Ladies Home Journal 100 Great Pie & Pastry Recipes.

    Recipe #262157

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    My friend Minnie gave me a copy of the Holiday Cooking 2005 from the Harvey County Independent, a paper that serves her hometown. I saw this recipe in there and I had to try it. It was so good! It was so tart! It mellowed a little over the next few days, but it was still so good.

    Recipe #259764

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    When I was in college, I used to order Peanut Butter Pie from Creme de la Creme in Rochester, NY. Mmmmm....yummy. Years later (when I finally started learning to cook!), I saw this recipe in my mother's Johnson County Library Gets Cooking! (Johnson County, Kansas, that is) and I thought, "this needs the chocolate topping from those chocolate mint brownies a couple pages back." Oh yeah! Jordan is my step-son. He gobbled this pie up! (Well, he had help.) For the crust, mix 1 1/2 cups chocolate cookie crumbs with 4 Tablespoons melted butter and press into a 9-inch pie plate.

    Recipe #256816

    2 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This recipe came from a Philadelphia cream cheese advertisement.

    Recipe #256813

    3 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I think I took someone's chocolate pie and added orange to it. Eventually I'll add orange to just about any chocolate recipe. Can use an 8 oz. carton of Cool Whip instead of the real whipped cream. For the crust, mix 1 1/2 cups chocolate cookie crumbs with 4 Tablespoons melted butter and press into a 9-inch pie plate.

    Recipe #256811

    I don't remember how I got the idea that I wanted to try a Grasshopper Pie. I don't drink, so it took a bit of searching the web to find a recipe without alcohol. One time I forgot to buy the Andes mints, so I used semi-sweet chocolate chips. Not as good. Might be okay if they were the itty-bitty kind. For the crust, mix 1 1/2 cups chocolate cookie crumbs with 4 Tablespoons melted butter and press into a 9-inch pie plate.

    Recipe #256773

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