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    Adapted from a recipe found on Kalyn's Kitchen

    Recipe #512811

    I made this up while wearing a beautiful apron given to me by my special friend, Tracy B! The magic is that the kids all loved it!

    Recipe #441182

    I have doctored this recipe over the years; it's the favorite of my oldest daughter (I won't say how much she can eat by herself!). I make it using my own pastry. Enjoy!

    Recipe #421219

    I got this recipe from a cookbook put out by Bethany Christian Services when we adopted our first child. This has been a favorite of my kids for years. The only thing I do differently is sprinkle in a few chocolate chips!

    Recipe #395954

    This is from a cookbook put together by submariner's wives as a fund raiser...I changed the name of the recipe, as there were so many on 'Zaar with the same name. This is an easy, elegant and delicious fresh dessert.

    Recipe #388783

    We got this recipe from a great chef! We make this often for guests!

    Recipe #388758

    There are other Monkey Bread recipes out there, but I like this one...

    Recipe #387127

    This came from a fund-raising cookbook in honor of a young girl who lost her life in a car accident.

    Recipe #329615

    I had this at an end of the season soccer party last year. It was provided by our Irish hostess and was so delicious that I asked for a copy of the recipe. She copied it from a British magazine her mother sent her, not sure where it came from or when it was originally published. Enjoy!

    Recipe #316931

    I got this from Family Circle ('08), and changed it just a bit by using romaine instead of cabbage and changing the amounts of some of the ingredients. It's delicious!

    Recipe #315356

    This is easy and delicious. It came from a cook book in honor of a young girl, Barbara Johnson, whose life was tragically cut short in an auto accident before she turned 20 years old. She had a beautiful smile and loved to cook.

    Recipe #304975

    A delicious recipe I adapted from a cookbook put out by Bethany Christian Services-an adoption agency.

    Recipe #163876

    I won this cake at a raffle and thankfully Dottie shared her recipe. It is sooo good. Enjoy!

    Recipe #119787

    You just have to taste it! Awesome! No restaurant has done it better. This is from Southern Living, April '91

    Recipe #85596

    I like trying recipes with weird names. This was delicious and full of chocolate

    Recipe #85595

    This is so wonderful it cannot be described in words. The fruit, the sweet, the sour might just want to take it into a closet and enjoy it all by yourself!

    Recipe #85593

    This goes beautifully with any oriental dish, especially Chicken Macadamia

    Recipe #85592

    This came from a submariner cookbook. It was developed by a wonderful gentleman from the Phillipines. It is a delicious, classy dish sure to impress guests!Use Sweet and Sour Sauce recipe #85592

    Recipe #85590

    One of my friends makes wedding cakes and this is her recipe. I like using it for birthday cakes, especially ones I am doing something creative with as the cake holds together quite well.

    Recipe #73973

    I first had this when I taught in Hawaii. One of the other teachers brought it for an end of the year party and I had to beg her for the recipe! It was worth begging.

    Recipe #73936

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