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    My grandmother's recipe seems to be slightly different than the rest I've seen. I like how simple it is to make. My family traditionally serves these small pancakes with powdered sugar and homemade jam, though the traditional "syrup and butter" is also very good. I hope you enjoy! We tend to double or triple the recipe for larger gatherings.

    Recipe #317518

    This recipe was somewhat of an accident for me. My mom had prepared some homemade garlic butter for some reason and I mistakenly used it instead of regular butter to saute some Tilapia filets. I usually put lemon on my fish, but we were out, so I used lime juice instead. Everyone really liked it, so I make it all the time now. Even my very picky husband requests it! It's easy to adjust this recipe to feed more or less people.

    Recipe #266965

    I have no idea where this recipe came from, since I've been using it for years. My picky husband won't eat it, so I only make it a few times a year when I cook at my parents. Browning the meat adds flavor and helps seal in the juices, but if you're short on time, you can skip the browning step. I serve this dish with steamed sugar snap peas and rice. (Stir fry sauce can usually be found in the International:asian section of the grocery store.)

    Recipe #266765

    I found this recipe out of a little Betty Crocker Crock Pot cook book years ago. I tried it out on my family and it was a success. The key to the vegetables is to cut them into small enough "bite sized" pieces so they can cook thoroughly.

    Recipe #266759

    I got this recipe out of the Taste of Home 2006 annual cookbook. It makes a wonderful side dish for a traditional Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. My sister enjoys eating the leftovers over vanilla ice cream as a dessert. If the cranberries are extremely tart, you may add extra sugar to taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe #266275

    This delicious recipe for Apple Cake was handed down to me by my Gramma who clipped it out of a newspaper many, many years ago. It's very simple and moist, making it a great choice for either breakfast or dessert!

    Recipe #264209


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