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    This is a variation on a recipe my mother used to make when I was a kid. I've tweaked it a bit over the years, but it's still a great stand by recipe for holiday meals.

    Recipe #468756

    This recipe came from a lovely older lady's collection. I tasted it at a pot luck and begged for the recipe! I use a liquor called "Tangerine Fruja" but any citrus liquor would do.

    Recipe #450571

    I make this stuffing every year for Thanksgiving. The sourdough bread gives it a great flavor and the artichoke hearts and mushrooms keep it moist. It's nice to add a little extra broth if you aren't cooking it in the turkey.

    Recipe #441400

    In the quest for healthy breakfast muffins that my fast food loving husband will eat, I adapted this recipe and really liked it. The muffins are really moist, not too sweet, and have the added benefit of whole wheat and fresh sweet potato. Update: I made this with shredded carrots, substituted apple sauce for the oil, and added dried fruit bits and it worked equally as well. Update 2: topped these with a combo of pecans, raw sugar, and dark chocolate... yummy!

    Recipe #417050

    This is another extremely fast recipe that can be made in quantity for large events.

    Recipe #369180

    When we were stationed on Guam, they used to make this wonderful chicken on huge grills, then chop it into smaller pieces and serve. The longer it stays in the marinade, the better.

    Recipe #369049

    I needed to come up with a recipe that could be made really fast and in large quantities for a neighborhood event. It turned out to be a delicious quick dessert for those who love coconut.

    Recipe #369006

    We created this recipe with our maple syrup loving neighbor in mind. We liked the combination of nuts and marshmallows as the topping, along with the flavors of the maple syrup and the rum. If you like things less sweet, cut both the brown sugar and the maple syrup in half.

    Recipe #337871

    This is a nice juicy turkey for the holidays. Cooking time depends on the weight of your turkey. Check the turkey's packaging for more accurate cooking time.

    Recipe #337724


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