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    This is an adatation from a recipe I have had for years. It was originally from the Fleischmann's Yeast Cookbook. I have made it often and have finally adapted it to mixing it in a Bread Machine on the dough cycle. One pkg of dry yeast may be substututed for the 1 Tbs listed. It may not be necessary to 'proof' the yeast, but that's how I make these yummy, soft English Muffins. Toast & top with butter & jam - Perfection !

    Recipe #419133

    A great recipe for a rolled pork roast like the ones from Costco that tend to be a little dry & tough. The sauce can be thickened with a flour/water sauce for a flavorful gravy with pepper added. No salt is necessary as the condensed soup adds plenty! Sometimes I add 1/2 pkg dry onion soup mix sprinkling it right on the meat before cooking, Increase spices according to your taste.

    Recipe #397523

    My Sister Suzie, found this recipe in the 80's (or maybe earlier) printed in the Twisp /Methow Valley WA newspaper. I have kept the original clipping all these years in anenvelope in my favorite cookbook. It is truly a special dessert, rich and creamy. I love the sweet, high mountain huckleberries we have in WA and this recipe & huckleberry jam are my favorite ways to prepare them. Time listed includes chilling time. I have also used raspberries & blackberries and it was still wonderful.

    Recipe #390411

    These tangy cookies are a favorite of mine. Light and tangy. Great when served with Sherbet as a light, company pleasing dessert. A little green coloring may be added but don't get them too green ! They pack well and look great on a cookie tray. Something different and not heavy or too rich. Pretty to look at too !

    Recipe #389802

    A true old fashion recipe that our familt has always called Grandma Quinn's Cookies. It's the only cookies I remember her making. A soft cookie that is great with milk or coffee. Use a good quality crushed pineapple. The taste will really be better. Batter may be chilled if too soft.

    Recipe #388575

    A quick and easy Lime Chicken recipe.

    Recipe #210325

    This recipe was so delicious. A Great meal when served with a hot crusty roll. A friend served it at a luncheon & shared the recipe. I believe it originally came from a Martha Stewart booklet, however it has been tweaked just a little. Please adjust the quantity of ingredients to suit your own tastes and the size of servings you desire. Enjoy.

    Recipe #186815

    A fluffy muffin bursting with flavor. This is a great muffin base recipe. I use it for all my muffin baking, just change the ingredients to use what I have on hand. The apricot is so wonderful. People who don't like apricots even ask for more of these.I Usually use my dehydrated apricots but fresh works great also.

    Recipe #186814

    A tangy and creamy dressing to please everyone. Leave out the celery seed if you like. I like the sweet flavor with a bit of tang.I make the dressing & keep it separate. That way I can add as much as needed to the amount of cabbage I need. Sizes of cabbage heads vary so much that you will have to determine your ratio of cabbage, carrott & onion.

    Recipe #186813

    A hearty, meaty pizza flavored casserole with the ease of using a crock pot. Serve with garlic bread & green salad. Easily scaled down for smaller meals.Decrease amounts of cheeses for a lighter version. Originally from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #186811

    I like this incredibly moist carrott cake because it makes a single layer. I especially like to use the cream cheese frosting with the nut topping. Very rich and full of flavor. A great size cake for when you don't want a large dessert.

    Recipe #185181

    A rich, creamy and incredibly soft caramel. They take a little effort but are so worth it. After mine have set, I cut them into small pieces and wrap individually in waxed paper. I then put them far away so I can't get into them !

    Recipe #184756

    This is a great appetizer that is a nice change of pace. Can be prepared ahead of time. It makes lots so it helps to have a buddy to to some folding! Serve with sweet & sour sauce for dipping.

    Recipe #167937

    I found this recipe many years ago in a magazine. The page is so worn that I thought I had better post it here so I can preserve it. It's worth the effort. A Special summer drink that I think you will enjoy. Company perfect!

    Recipe #161529

    This was posted in our local newspaper, The Wenatchee World. A little change of pace and different from the every day chocolate chip cookie.

    Recipe #160924

    I got this recipe over 40 yrs ago from a Fleischmann's Yeast Cookbook, The section is called "Rising on Ice" I love it because I do all the work the day or several hours before and just bake it when I want it really fresh & warm from the oven!

    Recipe #156887

    A great way to use up turkey. Also wonderful when made with chicken. I like to make up one or two batches and freeze in meal or individual serving size pans. I take them RVing for a easy home cooked meal without the fuss. I have added sliced mushrooms and diced green chilies for variety.

    Recipe #146395

    My favorite teacher, Mrs Brown taught me how to make this in 8th grade Home Ec. That was over 40 yrs ago and I still make it the same way! Great as a side dish or teamed up with corn bread & a salad for a full meal. A wonderful filling for Stuffed Green Peppers.

    Recipe #140650


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