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    I found this recipe a few years ago, having a craving for a funnel cake I found about 10 that sounded good, and simple, but this one was the best tasting one that I found...and yes, of course it would be the last one that I tried out of the 10 or so that I found. Splenda works well in place of sugar also.

    Recipe #380359

    just threw together some spices, and threw it on a shoulder...what a surprise! All the ingredients were measured at 'about' (i.e. about 1 TBSP, etc)

    Recipe #380328

    The only thing that I could think of while I was sitting next to my husband in the duck blind, after a flock of Geese flew over us and he took two shots and said that he got him was..."Now the goose is on the table...and the pudding made of fig..." This is our first year hunting waterfowl, and it is so much fun, the best part is that we can spend quality time together. I have never prepared something like this before, but, with the economy the way it is, the goose was a blessing. I found this recipe by luck, and it sounds really good, it will be how I prepare my Christmas goose. I will let you know how it turns out. This recipe doesn't include the time it takes to pluck the bird :P UPDATE!!!! This was the Blue Ribbon winner at the table...I was told that EVERY time a goose gets brought home, I am automatically the chosen one to prep and cook it! Please!!! someone else try this and tell me what ya think!!

    Recipe #345219

    My husband LOVES deviled eggs, but he's pretty picky about them too. The best way that I can describe these, is that it took me a lot of trial and error before I finally got them right. If you want more, don't double the recipe (its already doubled, and if you double it again, they just don't turn out right...TRUST ME!!) just make the batch twice. Just go ahead and boil all the eggs at once, and mix the ingredients twice. Enjoy

    Recipe #344764

    I grew up with mom making these treats only at Christmas. I was the one who got to taste the ones that broke. These are Extremely Fragile. But they are great. I have gotten compliments from people who don't like almonds. When I moved out of moms, I had to BEG her for the recipe. It is from an authentic German cookbook that Mom has had since she was a young woman. She had to translate ingredients and the measurements for me. The almonds need to be blanched and slivered. Prep time doesn't include the time to Blanche and sliver the almonds if you buy them with the skins on. At the end of the directions, is the directions for making vanilla sugar if you do not know how.

    Recipe #344760

    Quick and simple recipe. I couldn't tell you where I found it but it's been a winner in my home for years. I use half light corn syrup and half dark corn syrup. I also use a Graham Cracker crust instead of a classic crust. Hope you like it. Vanilla Ice Cream goes really well with it when it's warm also.

    Recipe #342501

    I had pumpkins left over from Halloween that didn't get carved, and feeling advantageous, I sifted through my moms endless selection of cookbooks for some kind of recipe that I could use that much pumpkin in besides pies. I found one and then had to figure out how to get the pumpkin out of the skin...Thank goodness for MOM! (she does alot of canning...I don't!)

    Recipe #335683


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