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    This fills my cravings for chocolate sundae while I'm at work. :)

    Recipe #354230

    This is one of my favorite Alaska food memories. My mom would make this if we begged and begged and begged until she relented. The recipe is from the Pioneers of Alaska Cookbook; Mabel Holbrook submitted the recipe.

    Recipe #214389

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    I use this for Chai Tea and just about anything other sweet dessert. There is no cardamom due to my allergy.

    Recipe #212752

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    PCC of Seattle's Perfect Protein Salad

    Recipe #366226

    Courtesy of Quick & Easy Thai by Nancie McDermott.

    Recipe #263439

    6 Reviews |  By Kirste

    This recipe is a "30 Minute Meals" from Rachael Ray of Food TV.

    Recipe #58789

    3 Reviews |  By Kirste

    This is a variation of a dish I love. It makes a great dip when yogurt cheese is substituted for regular yogurt.

    Recipe #50683

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    My grandpa Cornish makes fried catfish with this recipe. I tried it with baby squid, YUMMMMM! I am not sure about the quantities, just use what looks right.

    Recipe #67443

    This recipe makes very good savory scones or even biscuits (minus the sugar). You can add dried fruit, nuts, chocolate, orange zest, just about anything.

    Recipe #241382

    my quick spaghetti meat sauce. time is estimated.

    Recipe #386480

    2 Reviews |  By Kirste

    copied from Nestle website at http://www.verybestbaking.com/recipes/detail.aspx?ID=28454 The 10 minutes of cooking time is refrigeration time. The chocolate chips and syrup are my additions to this recipe.

    Recipe #214393

    9 Reviews |  By Kirste

    versatile scone recipe from www.joyofbaking.com by Stephanie Jaworski A coworker brought these, yum! She stated that they do freeze well.

    Recipe #65341

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    This reminds me of German potato salad. It is great for a potluck or tailgate party.

    Recipe #58812

    44 Reviews |  By Kirste

    Recipe courtesy Rachael Ray, 30 Minute Meals

    Recipe #58801

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    This was submitted to a Everett CC "dip" contest. It was prepared by the SIL of a coworker.

    Recipe #57453

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    I LOVE the flavor of whipped chocolate yogurt. This variation is easy to throw together for lunches. My son likes to stir-in a spoon of cherry pie filling. fyi- The texture is not similar to the whipped commercial product. I like to use Nancy's low-fat Yogurt. Really any natural, plain yogurt would work.

    Recipe #215152

    This is a derivation of black bean brownies.

    Recipe #386952

    PCC of Seattle Tabouleh recipe... use organic ingredients

    Recipe #366167

    quick and yummy cake I once made mistake and doubled the buttermilk (1 cup). I baked the cake in a springform pan and let it cool completely in the pan. My son prefers the mistake to the original recipe.

    Recipe #241126

    1 Reviews |  By Kirste

    I think I've tried every dumpling recipe on RecipeZaar in an effort to duplicate my friend's soup. Yesterday, I "caught" her making them for her boys. Maybe the one-on-one lesson did the trick. Here is her "recipe"

    Recipe #354120

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