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    Easy and quite good.

    Recipe #393951

    Everytime I make this cake, i surprise someone when I tell them it has tomato soup in it.

    Recipe #393889

    Very Easy but remember NOT TO OPEN THE OVEN, till it is done! This coconut pie makes it own crust.

    Recipe #393880

    This is great when using chicken or leftover turkey. I serve it over chow mein noodles and a fruit congealed salad. You can double it also.

    Recipe #393730

    This is a super cake, its both easy and fast to make. Great for large get togethers!

    Recipe #393601

    This is good as a vegetable or served cold as a salad. The green beans are crunchy!

    Recipe #314192

    This is very easy and very, very tasty!!!

    Recipe #310826

    This is from Betty Crocker's Living With Cancer Cookbook. It is very good for a summer night, when you have leftover chicken.

    Recipe #310580

    This is very easy, can be made up to 8 hours before serving. Remember, to make your own breadcrumbs and also drain the chopped pickle spears before adding them into the tuna cakes.

    Recipe #308100

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