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    While edible, this gingerbread house dough recipe is "structural." It has no leaveners that would make it puff up and distort the shapes, and it's firm so it can support lots of decorations. This recipe uses no expensive spices and has only five ingredients. I found this recipe online and am posting it here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #491209

    Thick, rich, not-too-sweet hot fudge from the revised Hershey's 1934 Cookbook.

    Recipe #464415

    A very crispy, crunchy, delicious version of fried green beans.

    Recipe #383537

    I found this at http://www.plantea.com/chocolatebeetbrownies.htm. At the time, there was only one other Beet Brownie recipe on Zaar, and this one looks more nutritious.

    Recipe #379796

    An elderly neighbor of mine made these for us when we moved to the neighborhood. I don't know if her title is exactly accurate, but they were delicious!

    Recipe #377288

    This recipe makes three loaves; one to eat and two to give! (If you can part with them).This recipe is adapted from the one that my mother in law gave me when we first started celebrating Christmas. I've made a few modifications to better suit our tastes!

    Recipe #377287

    From EveryDay with Rachael magazine. This might be a good alternative for people who like green beans, but want something lighter than the usual Thanksgiving Day green bean dish.

    Recipe #377123

    Slightly different from the others on Zaar, this is always a hit!

    Recipe #377121

    Easy from-scratch soup that doesn't have canned soup as one of the ingredients...although it does have Velveeta...

    Recipe #377090

    A girl at work gave me this excellent potluck recipe!

    Recipe #377062

    I got this delicious recipe from the unlikeliest of places...Cosmopolitan magazine. I made some modifications to technique. A reviewer mentioned that it was missing something...I think adding salt and pepper to the batter is essential. I neglected to mention that in the recipe, but it's a must. You could also try toasting the nuts before using them.

    Recipe #377060

    Simple, weeknight version of the classic recipes already found on Zaar. Not a soup... Came from the back of a Wylers bouillon cube package, but I made several modifications.

    Recipe #377058

    This is one of my family's all-time favorite recipes. From a random book-club cookbook called 101 Best Chicken Recipes. I made a few changes to the technique. Sometimes I double the sauce and serve over white rice.

    Recipe #377033

    From the Jan 2003 Pillsbury cookbook.

    Recipe #376606

    A rub that tastes very similar to Outback Steakhouse.

    Recipe #343448

    I hate sugar cookies. I think they taste like slightly sweetened playdough. But I love decorating cutout cookies, and so have been on a long, long search for cutout cookie dough that tastes good, too. I found this recipe in a random free-book-club cookbook called Season's Greetings. This dough makes beautiful cutout cookies, and they are so, so delicious! The cookies are a little more fragile that your general spackle-dough recipe, but it is so worth it! Choose sturdy shapes likes stars and snowmen (snowflakes one year were a disaster), and your friends will love you!

    Recipe #342374

    I found this recipe in Every Day With Rachael Ray, and made several modifications.

    Recipe #342365

    Most of the posted recipes call for vegetable oil, and this one calls for real butter Enjoy!

    Recipe #342346


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