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    I got this recipe from the cafeteria that serves breakfast and lunch where I work. Chef uses the cinnamon rolls that are left over from the day before. I use the day old rolls that my local grocery store is going to toss out.

    Recipe #168727

    Brussels Sprouts with bacon and onions.

    Recipe #150991

    Thick and creamy, not too tart with just a hint of sugar.

    Recipe #128340

    A lovely cold soup for a Summer brunch or dinner. A light sandwich or salad goes well with this. This was a recipe that my grandmother passed down to all the girls in the family.

    Recipe #57420

    I modified this from Grandma's swedish meatball recipe, leaving out several seasonings that didn't seem to suit my family. I have the original 3 x 5 card that she wrote it on. The card is brown and brittle now, but treasured anyway. I'd love for some pioneering type to do this in the microwave and let me know how it works. I've not had much luck with beef in the microwave.

    Recipe #50717

    I live in Texas and even at Thanksgiving and Christmas it can be hot enough that several hours with an hot oven can be uncomfortable. So-o-o, I learned to use my microwave oven for preparing complete meals. Silly me! I haven't oven roasted a turkey in 15 years. I found this method in a cookbook that I bought with my first microwave oven and have been using it ever since. Be assured that this bird WILL brown to a shade of tan that a Hollywood star pays thousands for in a tanning salon.

    Recipe #50716


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