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    I was so surprised at how good this was, made it twice now and my family loves it, great flavour! I follow the recipe exactly except I add quartered onions in with the potatoes, and once I have everything in the dish ready to go, I sprinkle some thyme and or rosemary on top, simply because I like those spices. Next time I am going to throw in baby carrots too for a real complete one dish meal! So easy, for those busy weeknights!

    Recipe #427372

    A basic& easy cheese sauce that I sometimes use over cooked cauliflower or broccoli.

    Recipe #165722

    Posted as a request. Tourtiere is a traditional favourite, and this recipe says it's been adapted to work with today's much leaner ground pork. The prep time listed is just based on making the meat filling and not the pie crust, which a recipe for is not given, so just use your favourite recipe. Serve warm with a chunky chili sauce,chutney type relish or pickled beets. Recipe from Homemakers Magazine.

    Recipe #128350

    Posted as a request. From a "Company's Coming" Cakes cookbook. Prep time is a guess and doesn't include the 2 hr. standing time to soak the poppy seeds.

    Recipe #120848

    Got this from a Kraft What's Cooking magazine and tried it out because it is ridiculously simple and extremely quick for those hectic mornings around the house when you'd like a little something more than cold cereal. Posting in response to a request for quick breakfast ideas for those very mornings! Kinda tasty for being SO crazy easy!

    Recipe #113664

    Growing up Mom always (and still does) served these hot out of the oven with our beef stew. We slathered them with lots of butter & molasses and now the two recipes just go together! We can't have beef stew without them now! I cut them fairly thick for a nice fluffy biscuit. Also good with butter & strawberry jam!

    Recipe #112880

    I just finished making these with my little girl and we thought they were great! She thought it was pretty neat that there were marshmallows in the cookies with the chocolate chips!! I was removing some from the cookie sheet and some of the marshmallow on some of them was coming away stringy and she said "I don't want that one Mommy, it's all full of hair! LOL!!!!!! They do melt and ooze a bit on the cookie sheet, so I scraped any bits off between batches. They came out nice and soft the way we like them, but this is just out of the oven, as they are still cooling as we speak! Hopefully they stay that way! I baked for the minimum 11 mins stated in the recipe and I also probably made them a little bigger than called for, because I only got 28 cookies. The yield was supposed to be about 6 dozen!! Recipe from TOH website. Grab a nice tall, cold glass of milk and enjoy, we sure did!!!!

    Recipe #95073

    Made this for a Fathers Day Brunch and it was a hit! I made exactly as stated and it was delicious! I may try it with some add in's such as mushrooms, onions, peppers or tomatoes, though it really is great as is..... and it's sooooo easy to throw together.... just add some toast and fresh fruit and breakfast is ready!

    Recipe #93927

    Posting as a request. From Taste Of Home. Prep is a guess, cook time I put one day as it needs overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #91331

    Almost sure this comes from Taste of Home, I just had it jotted on a piece of paper. Posting as a request. Time to make was just a guess as I didn't have that written down. For cooking time I put one day as this has to be refrigerated overnight.

    Recipe #91310

    Posting as a request for a strawberry pan dessert.Have had this recipe for awhile, just waiting for strawberry season to try it! Found elsewhere on the internet. Apparently the kirsch can be successfully replaced with apple juice. Cook time listed is for chilling.

    Recipe #88596

    I quite often bake my fish this way. Easy & simple, nothing fancy, but we like the result. I actually do not even measure the ingredients anymore and just throw it together, but these are the original measurements. Sometimes I add a little lemon juice or lemon pepper seasoning and top it all off with a sprinkling of parsley for a little colour.

    Recipe #88405

    I especially like this recipe as it makes a 9x13 pan as opposed to a 9x9, which I find handy when I have some extra mouths to feed. I first made this instead of my usual smaller version, at Christmas when invited to my sisters for dinner,she already had pumpkin pie, so she asked for an apple crisp, everyone really enjoyed it, and the next time we were invited for dinner, guess what they wanted me to bring? ( original recipe did not call for lemon juice, but my other version does,so I add it out of habit I guess!)

    Recipe #87824

    I made this often as a preschool teacher and now make it regularly with my own children. Smells great and you can vary the colours depending on which flavour kool-aid you choose. My little girls current favourite is grape as it makes "purple playdough!" At Christmas we make it red or green and add peppermint extract and glitter! Orange at Halloween and we even found some Halloween coloured glitter.Pick up some seasonal cookie cutters from the dollar store and your all set. Lots of possibilities and FUN!

    Recipe #87651

    Yet another version of the popular hash brown casserole. This is the one my Mom uses as do my sister & I now.

    Recipe #87545

    Have not tried this, am posting as a request for recipes using Hershey caramels. Sounds good,though probably quite rich! Are supposed to be excellent for freezing.

    Recipe #78896

    Posting as a request. A variation of the Sicilian dessert. Cook time listed is pretty much just for assembling the cake.

    Recipe #77906

    Posting in response to a request for a party dessert. Makes an attractive and yummy dessert.

    Recipe #76398

    Sampled this in the grocery store once and really liked it. Posting in response to a request for Christmas Party recipes.

    Recipe #76394

    With the Christmas holidays drawing near, I thought these would be a great addition to cookie & sweet trays! They are quite an attractive looking bar and they look nice cut into triangles. You can even substitute your favourite jam, such as apricot, peach & strawberry, but I think the raspberry (or the strawberry), red in colour for Christmas would be nicest! Found this recipe in a booklet of baking recipes that I picked up at the grocery store put out by Robin Hood flour. Add 1 1/2 hrs. to the cook time listed for chilling. These are supposed to freeze well for those of you who want to get a head start on your holiday baking! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #76221

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