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    I found a basic recipe for fortune cookies in Women's World Magazine, and tweaked it a bit for a new take on this classic treat. Think of clever fortunes such as: "Shame on you for thinking a cookie is psychic", "Error 404: Fortune not found", etc. Add sprinkles, ground coconut, pipe different icing designs if you like, be creative & have fun! Put them in a fancy take-out container, and they will make a thoughtful gift. You could even add food coloring for a wedding or baby-shower theme =^_^=.

    Recipe #502464

    A spicy summer time treat that adds a different approach to your average corn on the cob. I found this recipe in "Woman's World" Magazine with a little of my own changes, and use it almost every time I make corn. Very adjustable, quick & easy to make. Great for picnics or BBQ's, and gives you that "your-on-vacation" feeling. If you know someone who doesn't like corn-on-the-cob, this just might make a believer out of them. Enjoy! =^_^= P.S. This is even good drizzled over microwaved frozen or canned corn if you don't have time to cook cobs.

    Recipe #359153


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