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    I got this recipe from a great blog called Heavenly Homemakers. When you cook the pasta in the milk, it makes it's own sauce from the starch in the noodles. Her original recipe called for whole milk and whole wheat pasta, but I make it with 2% milk and regular pasta and it turns out great. Supposedly it works with skim milk too, but I haven't tried yet. She has a video posted on Youtube of how to make this recipe if anyone is interested. It's (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjCbxDUXW_o).

    Recipe #448814

    My mom and I came up with this recipe when the cake we were making for Potluck stuck to the pan. We tried as hard as we could to get it out in one piece, but it broke into lots of little pieces. We looked up a basic recipe for trifle and based this recipe off of it. It turned out great! It was the first dessert to get eaten. The cooking time is for baking the cake and for the 1 hour chill. I hope everyone likes it!

    Recipe #414977

    We eat this all the time, but I never thought to post it on Recipezaar. It is so cheap, tasty, easy to make, and healthy too. It's a little bland, but perfect for when you're sick or in the mood for something simple. I thought for sure there would be a recipe for in on Recipezaar, but to my surprise, they all had things like cream of chicken soup, or french onion soup mix in them. The amounts for the spices are approximate (I usually just shake a little of each in). Hope everyone else likes it as much as we do!

    Recipe #412612

    It is SO good! And I don't even like oranges or yogurt! One night I made it for my dad and at first he was sorta scared of it, but after he tasted it, he ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!!!!

    Recipe #403907

    I got this recipe from a library book called "The Cook's Encyclopedia of Bread". It was made for dinner, but almost all of it got eaten the instant it got out of the oven. It's good plain, with butter, or with American cheese. The book says the potatoes give it a longer shelf life, but ours got eaten too soon to see if that was accurate. The number of servings is approximate, our bread-loving family of 5 ate it in two sittings, but it might last longer for other people.

    Recipe #402494

    My mom and I came up with the recipe one night and it was a big hit. It is very simple, but tastes so good. You could probably use a different style of hashbrowns, the southwest style ones are spicy and young children may not like them.

    Recipe #402066

    After receiving several packages of fresh ground venison from a friend, I was asked to find some good recipes to use it up. This delicious casserole fit the bill exactly. Even my little sister, who hates tomatoes, any ground meat, and cheese, loves it. I use canned tomatoes. The preparation time is for cutting the potatoes and, if using fresh, tomatoes. The cooking time includes the browning of the venison.

    Recipe #376720

    This is a delicious buttery yeast bread. It is relatively simple to make and is our familys' favorite. Feel free to substitue herbs, I usually do. The time is approximate.

    Recipe #373020

    This is one of my family's favorite recipes. The original recipe came from 'Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook', but I've adapted it to suit our tastes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #344066


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