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    A simple and refreshing blended treat that is all fruit. Perfect for breakfast or a cool treat.

    Recipe #461489

    An easy stove-top rice pudding that can be served warm or chilled. Simple ingredients and easy to make. Cooking time does not include chilling time - this will vary based on the temp in your house and the temp at which you want to serve the pudding. Can be garnished with chocolate sauce, crumbled cookies, or whipped cream.

    Recipe #485197

    I "invented" this one weekend from ingredients I had on hand in my pantry. Makes a satisfying, creamy side dish or light main dish. This will serve 3-4 as a main dish, and 4-5 as a side dish.

    Recipe #479077

    Healthier than some, this was developed from several other recipies through trial and error. The favorite cookie recipe in my house. Be sure to soak the raisins first as it makes the cookies extra moist and chewy.

    Recipe #328476

    I collect old cook books, and sometime I make the first recipe I flip to that I have all the ingredients for. This time I picked a creamy gratin of cauliflower, which I improvised on a bit. Makes a satisfying side dish, or even a vegetarian main dish. The recipe I've posted is my variation on the Scalloped Cauliflower recipe from "The American Woman's Cook Book" published in 1942. You can use any ratio of cauliflower and broccoli - you'll need about 6 cups of florets. (Time does not include any advance time to cook the eggs.)

    Recipe #443791

    This soup is simple and cheap to make, and a favorite comfort food in my family. My mother got the recipe from a former employer and friend, and passed it along to me. It is not a highly flavored soup, so feel free to add extra seasoning if you are eating it as a main dish. The cracked black pepper and fresh lemon juice are important to the flavor of the dish. I usually add extra raisins because I like them so well.

    Recipe #352277

    My variation on the stuffing meatloaf recipies that are so popular. The original version was too bready for me and my boyfriend. This version is easy and quick to make and is good hot or sliced cold for sandwiches. I buy the stuffing mix that comes in the canister - sometimes the store brand, sometimes the name brand.

    Recipe #327474

    A very thick and creamy soup. It takes a little bit of time to make this soup, but none of the steps are difficult. The "trick" is using evaporated milk, which makes the soup very stable and keeps it from separating, a good choice if you want to have leftovers. You will need a blender for this recipe.

    Recipe #396910

    Just something I threw together on a chilly evening using ingredients I had on hand. Not a true minestrone, but that was my inspiration. Served with a hearty bread it makes a complete meal.

    Recipe #442051

    This is an easy pie I put together one weekend when I was craving peanut butter, chocolate and bananas. The peanut butter layer keeps the crust from getting soggy, so this pie keeps well - that is if it lasts long enough to have leftovers. Any single crust 9" pie shell will work - I prefer a baked crust, but a crumb crust is fine. Cooking time is pie chilling time.

    Recipe #446771


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