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    This quick and easy recipe actually uses good-for-you ingredients, and yet it is sure to please just about anyone. Also delicious with sugar-free instant butterscotch pudding instead (if you can find it).

    Recipe #306435

    Never add water to this tried-and-true recipe. Ground rosemary really makes the difference. We usually serve this savory stew as is, and sometimes over egg noodles. Delicious with cornbread. Venison may be substituted for the beef.

    Recipe #273723

    These extremely moist muffins are a snap to make, and are delicious served warm with butter or cream cheese (or with nothing at all). I believe these muffins keep well, but they never last long enough to matter. This recipe calls for fresh blueberries, but (thawed) frozen blueberries may be substituted if necessary.

    Recipe #273698

    Very easy, very moist, and very satisfying when a chocolate fix is needed. We like to eat this cake still warm from the oven while the chocolate chips are soft. I have never bothered to frost or glaze this cake - there's rarely enough left to frost by the time the cake has cooled.

    Recipe #273487


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