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    I have not tried these, but they sound so good! (Please note that prep time includes thawing time)

    Recipe #20299

    This is a good & easy casserole for using up leftover ham. Spice it up as you like. Great for dinner with a salad, or would also be good as a brunch dish.

    Recipe #20281

    Lasagna ... with a Mexican flair!

    Recipe #20275

    This is the "new & improved" version of the original recipe I posted.

    Recipe #19331

    This is a great side dish or main course, especially in the summer. Also good for pot lucks!

    Recipe #19063

    These go really quick around my house!

    Recipe #18997

    I got this recipe from my best friend - they were her favorites growing up, and still are. These are posted in honor & loving memory of her mother.

    Recipe #17754

    I came up with this recipe when I was a little short on kumquat puree. Very good for breakfast!

    Recipe #17540

    Ever see kumquats in the grocery store & wonder what to do with them? I received them in a gift box of citrus fruit from Florida, and this is an excellent nut bread recipe that was in an enclosed flyer.

    Recipe #17504

    My husband loves these almost as much as hamburgers!

    Recipe #16911

    I got this recipe from a business associate, who is also an avid cookie baker. If you like egg nog, you'll love these little cookies!

    Recipe #16301

    I got this recipe from my sister-in-law. These bars are her favorite--I'd be in big trouble if these weren't on my Christmas cookie list every year!

    Recipe #16298

    These are moist & chewy -- a pretty addition to any cookie platter.

    Recipe #16296

    I believe this is the Original Chex Party Mix. I found it in a cookbook entitled Best Recipes from the Backs of Boxes, Bottles, Cans & Jars. I am posting it in response to a recipe discussion request.

    Recipe #15783

    These would be a wonderful addition to any holiday cookie platter.

    Recipe #14308

    Got this recipe from a sausage ad - very good for Thanksgiving, or anytime.

    Recipe #14200

    These biscuits are a "must" to go along with My Dad's Favorite Chicken & Noodles. They are also good with butter & jam, or honey, or .......

    Recipe #13898

    Very nice bread, especially with a cup of hot tea.

    Recipe #13877

    Great salad for potlucks or family get-togethers. Always seems to be a crowd-pleaser!

    Recipe #13857

    My Grandma would make these every year at Christmas - we called them "pillow cookies" because they puff up when they bake. Now that my Grandma is gone, I use the Springerle rolling pin she always used--what a wonderful way to remember her!

    Recipe #13826

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