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    My herb garden is overflowing this year. This was a quick and easy way to have a fresh tasting dinner, and use up some of my bountiful harvest! Serve with a nice green salad and warm bread.

    Recipe #90754

    1 Reviews |  By stimied

    I have always loved making my own preserves, and when pineapples went on sale this month I went on the hunt for a way to put them in a Mason jar!! I found this little gem in the back of a rather dusty old cookbook. Keep in mind that this is a simple fruit preserve, the end result is not as thick as a jam or jelly. Great on a hot biscuit!!!

    Recipe #90656

    This is a very flexible recipe. The only part of this recipe that you need is really the "juice". The snack mix is really up to you. Don't like pretzels? Leave 'em out. Want a different kind of nut? No problem. Sesame sticks and Melba toasts are also wonderful. Take the basic mix and be creative, just adjust the amount of "juice" to fit the amount of snack mix you end up with! My family makes this by the barrel full during the holidays!

    Recipe #84373

    1 Reviews |  By stimied

    Quite the tasty burger replacement, I got it from the web while looking for meat substitutes.

    Recipe #83978

    A sweet custard,wonderful with fresh berries

    Recipe #83755

    This is a lovely little hors d'oeuvres that I picked up from the Food Network. It was in the dark ages before I had internet, and I did not write down the name of the show I got it from. Cook time includes chilling the tomatoes after filling.

    Recipe #82881

    5 Reviews |  By stimied

    This has a taste similar to the packaged brands of Hispanic hot chocolate drink. Verrrry Yummmmie!

    Recipe #79168

    2 Reviews |  By stimied

    A mexican style beef stew. You can also serve this over rice or noodles, but I prefer it on tortillas like a burrito. This doubles and freezes well.

    Recipe #78870

    A lot of work for a nut mix, but worth every step.

    Recipe #76562

    2 Reviews |  By stimied

    Another good mix to serve at parties.

    Recipe #76561

    1 Reviews |  By stimied

    These will make a fine addition to any tailgate party. Serve these warm, don't let 'em cool down. Be sure to have lots of drinks on ice!

    Recipe #76559

    Another nut mix good for the holidays or yummie to munch anytime!

    Recipe #76557

    2 Reviews |  By stimied

    A great holiday gift item. Pack in colorful boxes or holiday mugs.

    Recipe #76556

    One of my families faves!! I love walnuts!

    Recipe #76554

    1 Reviews |  By stimied

    A jar of these makes a nice hostess or teacher gift. Give them a try on a leafy salad!!

    Recipe #76553

    1 Reviews |  By stimied

    Makes a great snack or holiday gift!

    Recipe #76552

    1 Reviews |  By stimied

    This recipe was my grandmother's pride and joy. I never knew she had given it to a soul until a woman from her chuch group said she had a copy of it from a church holiday cookbook from 1958. The glaze is tricky, and tends to be a gloppy mess, but the cake is not the same without it. I have included some handwritten notes from whomever owned the book originaly. Give yourself lots of time for assembly.

    Recipe #76354

    7 Reviews |  By stimied

    This was given to me by my MIL. I hope this recipe turns out half as good as what she makes. She never measures anything and we spent a good hour trying to figure out how she actually does it.

    Recipe #76191

    3 Reviews |  By stimied

    A creepy treat for Halloween! Cook time allows time for gelatin to set.

    Recipe #74302

    This is a real Halloween party pleaser for the 6-10 year old crowd.

    Recipe #74300

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