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    Variation of a recipe I found in Taste of Home Feb 2010. This is a easy stove top recipe that takes just a few minutes to cook.

    Recipe #421071

    This is a very quick dinner. I use Recipe #18589 to roast my bell pepper. I often do a large batch at a time. Even peppers that I have stored in the freezer turn out just fine.

    Recipe #420085

    Browning the butter in both the cupcake and the icing gives thes cupcakes a lovely nutty flavor. I use Recipe #390393 to make my own self-rising flour.

    Recipe #420082

    From Ten Dollar Dinners on the Food Network. I made this alongside baked potatoes but you could easily add potatoes to the mix before putting in the oven and you would have more of a one pot meal. This isn't particularly saucy so don't think stew. The flavor is wonderful and the meat is so tender.

    Recipe #417346

    Taste of Home Feb 2010. Recipe prep time does not include ABM dough cycle or additional time to rise. Makes a nice small loaf perfect for an pasta dinner.

    Recipe #416481

    From my friend Chrissy

    Recipe #416172

    This recipe has all the addins I think you could possibly want. The coconut adds a wonderful crunch and makes this a very enjoyable bread. From the 5/9/00 publication of Family Circle magazine.

    Recipe #415563

    I don't know that I would have called these spicy walnut bars had I named them but they indeed are walnut bars and they are good. I think that these would be equally good without the cream cheese frosting as a tasty snack cake. I used a 11x13 pan without any issues or changes and am confident that a 13x9 would be just fine as well with a bit of tweaking on cooking time.

    Recipe #415271

    From the Gourmet International Pancakes and Waffles Cookbook circa 1970. My mom gave me this book when I first moved out on my own. I just recently tried the buttermilk pancake recipe and I can say that we haven't used another pancake recipe since. Light, fluffy, and absolutely delicious. Before this my family preferred a box mix (yuck!) so I am so glad I found this very simple recipe. This feeds my VERY hungry family of 3 sufficiently so I would definitely double if you have a larger family.

    Recipe #414150

    From Martha Stewart's Dec. 2009 issues.

    Recipe #411772

    From 2009 12 days of cookies Food Network. These are from Aaron Sanchez. I found the dough to be a bit difficult to work with but the end result is a nice crisp cookie that has a different twist. Really good. The original recipe states a yield of 36 but I had to cut mine larger than stated for the dough to hold together. I don't think I got quite 24.

    Recipe #405087

    MmmmMmmmmMmmmmm. Taking chocolate chip cookies to an entirely different level. Lettuce Pray blog.

    Recipe #402727

    Recipe #401922

    I originally found this recipe on a baking blog, Cookie Baker Lynn. I made one major change to the recipe; melting the chocolate and incorporating it into the batter instead of using them as chunks in the cookie. I searched here and found two recipes for these cookies each giving credit to Martha Stewart's website. Both used chunks of chocolate rather than incorporating in the batter. I think this is a significant enough change to warrant another recipe and to claim my own spin ;) These cookies are thin chewy chocolatey goodness in every bite. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #400270

    Peruvian. There isn't a whole lot of wow factor here but it is a good mild dish that is fairly easy to make that my whole family will eat. The raisins add a nice sweetness as does the paprika but overall it is a rather bland dish that some may find comforting.

    Recipe #399892

    Pillsbury Bake Off 1990 Sally Vog, Springfield, OR

    Recipe #399574

    My sister in law made this for a family gathering over the Labor Day weekend. She got this out of an old Avon cookbook when she was a teenager. It doesn't have any add ins and I think that is the beauty of it. If you like add ins there are many many other carrot cakes on zaar for you to choose from. While there are similar recipes posted there is none with these exact ingredients and amounts. Enjoy!

    Recipe #397085

    This produces a very thick batter so hand mixing is best (unless you have a kitchen aid, which I do not). Also the batter is very sticky and I found that my second batch was easier to work with after it stood. The choice is up to you but I will let mine stand next time before filling the muffin cups. These little treasures taste wonderful with a cuppa afternoon coffee.

    Recipe #394332

    Tuna noodle casserole recipes are a dime a dozen here but this is what I grew up on and I don't think it can be beat! I think this came from an old Cambell's soup cookbook. You can tell that can sized have gotten smaller over the yeas.....I had to adjust the tuna can size and the soup size both by an ounce to reflect today's packaging!

    Recipe #385643

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