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    This is my son's favorite soup. He thinks it tastes just like Olive Gardens. Never any leftovers with this soup. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.

    Recipe #108721

    My family has used this recipe for years, it has even won First Prize at our local fair, many times. I hated to post this but I could not find another like it. I use Recipe #148727 for the filling, every holiday :) Note: I just tried this crust with Chicken Pot Pie and ummmm just the best This will make 3 each 8" crust or 2 ea 9" crusts. When I take the time to make crust, I make extra, I roll it out between 2 sheets of wax paper and place in the large tupperware (about 2" high) flat bowl and place in freezer...then when I want to make a pie, I can do so in a hurry!

    Recipe #174625

    This recipe came from a Betty Crocker Cookbook, 1972. I have since lost that book, however, I have always made my pudding, pies including the best banana pudding you will ever taste! I have altered the recipe to cook in the microwave, and have included stove top directions also. Every time I take this to a potluck, I have to give out recipes--so I thought I would just refer them here! I use this crust Recipe #174625 Enjoy!

    Recipe #148727

    5 Reviews |  By Big Sis

    This recipe has been handed down in my family for years. Great with beans and fried potatoes!

    Recipe #56328

    4 Reviews |  By Big Sis

    Wonderful Dressing....reminds me of Ranch...but diffrent, I received this recipe from my Aunt Cathy. It has been a wonderful hit in my family!

    Recipe #401574

    4 Reviews |  By Big Sis

    I saw this on Paula's Home Cooking and just had to try it. It was absolutely heavenly! This was my first time trying a cheesecake and it was soooooo easy. I highly recommend this. Just wonderful!

    Recipe #110863

    2 Reviews |  By Big Sis

    Oh, Its me in line at Foster's freeze for a chocolate, peanut butter AND banana shake.............and at home, this is fun to make with the kids and has that same "sort" of taste.

    Recipe #101605

    2 Reviews |  By Big Sis

    This stuff is expensive to buy, I had to search to find a replacement. Either works great. I prefer the fabric softener solution (I never have vodka in the house)

    Recipe #148728

    This recipe has been in my family for 30 years. It's always a hit, even by non-salad eaters!

    Recipe #201383

    I hardly ever go to Starbucks any more, after purchasing a Keruig years ago. Tried one of these a few days ago and have been back 3 times. Last time, I thought this was crazy, so I questioned the cashier. He said use 7 squirts of peach syrup. They sell their own brand of syrup, but NOT peach. Off to Smart and Final to pickup some Torani in Peach, plunger, Tazo Zen and Simply Lemonaid. I purchased the plunger which was under $3.00 (I love that thing!) because the cashier had no idea what 7 squirts measured out to be. It's so much easier to squirt out the syrup, then measure into each glass, or so, I think. Hope you enjoy as much as I do! No more money spent at Starbucks on these babies!

    Recipe #506193

    I put this together the night before in my crockpot. Easy meal.

    Recipe #503618

    Given to me by a coworker. Pretend like it took you all day to make this! Serve with French Break to dip in...Yumm

    Recipe #491285

    Cherry Season! This is a cooling refreshing drink! If you don't own a cherry/olive pitter, You can use a drinking straw. It's very good in two hours, but over night is wonderful.

    Recipe #500829

    When I married into my husband's family....I had no idea...Christmas and Thanksgiving, my MIL made this dressing...I am NOT kidding you. It's all my Husband and 3 brothers eat...She did not really make much else besides the turkey and this dressing and gravy...so.....yes, It is a tradition in our family, and it just has to be made. Now my Son behaves like his daddy and uncles...Crazy! I truly, don't know how many servings this makes, because I believe, its about 3 the way they eat it. We have to double and triple the recipe, depending how many are coming....it's just shameful. We add the giblets and broth as stated below. Could not figure out how to get that in the ingredients, as it's the giblets and neck from the turkey.

    Recipe #510057

    Very simple fruit pie. Grandma Lee always made at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

    Recipe #492289

    My family loves this dressing. I have used it to skewer salami olives cheese and tortalinni on. Over three cheese tortellini and of course over salad greens. Found this on cookingoncloverlane.com. http://cookingoncloverlane.blogspot.com/2008/12/greek-dressing-so-good-you-could-drink.html.

    Recipe #517062

    Why we call this Mexican Chili, I have no idea. Everytime we pulled the trailer to the campsite, this was our first meal, because its so easy.

    Recipe #469760

    Mama use to make this cake all the time! It's my go to chocolate cake IF I do not have to take it out of the pan.....it's just to moist to even consider that! This is not a light cake, it's easy, usually have all the ingredients in the house (with a buttermilk substitution) and RICH. Wonderful with homemade ice-cream.

    Recipe #468675

    Those mornings you just don't have time to eat...grab a few balls and off you go! You can make your own date syrup. http://www.food.com/recipe/date-syrup-186301 ETL, Eat to Live, Nutritarian, Vegetarian, Vegan

    Recipe #484443

    My hubby chops this each week. Has for years. We use this in just about everything. If it calls for a onion...we use this! Great in Eggs, meatloaf and especially good in Hamburgers, just through a handful in, with a handful of shredded cheese and salt and pepper and BBQ

    Recipe #474468

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