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    From the Ocean Spray website

    Recipe #157522

    Recipe courtesy of Sandra Lee. Episode: Slow Cooking. *** I'm not usually a fan of Sandra Lee but this recipe is a good one. Quick, easy, tasty and of course, Semi-Homemade ...;-) It would most likely be great with other flavors of oatmeal and pie fillings.

    Recipe #148353

    Requires an ice cream maker but no cooking and no eggs. This is an overhaul of a recipe that was in the booklet for my ice cream maker. The original recipe was for coffee walnut ice cream & used all half and half and whipping cream. Being short on the creams, I substituted my coffee creamer. I didn't have walnuts but I did have toasted almonds. And since I was tinkering, I added the chocolate syrup. When I tasted it half frozen, I thought the coffee was too intense so I dolloped in the Cool Whip. The result was outstanding; smooth texture, chocolately, coffee flavor and a crunch of almonds.

    Recipe #148349

    My intent was to make Cranberry Bog Turkey Burgers, ala Rachael Ray. Upon discovering that I had defrosted both beef and turkey rather than 2 pounds of turkey, I took her recipe and added my own twists to make a tender and moist meatloaf. The listed amounts of spices and herbs yield a mild flavor so if you like more punch, you'll want to increase them. For better slicing, let the loaves rest after baking or they will crumble under your knife. Mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce make great side dishes with this recipe.

    Recipe #148348

    Plug was my Mom's nickname, acquired as a child when an uncle told her she was uglier than a plug nickle (nice uncle, huh?). When she passed away in 1991 at the age of 83, most of her 24 grandchildren referred to her as Plug Cooper. Plug was a country cook who never owned measuring spoons and rarely used measuring cups; truly a Rachael Ray type personality who used a handful of this, a pinch of that & cooked things till they "smelled done". As the youngest of her 10 children, I was lucky to have one-on-one time with her & gather enough knowledge to preserve her recipes. And it was no easy task since my hands are half the size her's were! On to the cake - I've tried lots of apple cake recipes and still consider this one the benchmark. We called it "hand cake" since it was never iced & easy to grab & run.

    Recipe #147627

    My sister Sally is an excellent cook and this shortbread is one of my favorite things to bake during the holidays. It smells fantastic and tastes wonderful with a hot cup of coffee.

    Recipe #147615

    I clipped this recipe from the Chicago Tribune many years ago. I made it often but had forgotten about it until I was searching for things to make for a holiday party.

    Recipe #147614

    Mrs. Hayden was a patient of mine when I was fresh out of college and in my first job. As a widow, she was lonely so I visted her often. She always baked something when she knew I was going to drop by. My daughter Shanna started cooking when she was 12 and this was her favorite foolproof sweet. It brings back many sweet memories.

    Recipe #147613

    As I noshed my way through Central Market in Dallas today, this was one of the dishes I sampled in the seafood aisle. Such a simple recipe with such an outstanding flavor!

    Recipe #129385

    The original recipe used yellow cake mix & butterscotch chips. That was good but quoting American Idol judges "I made it my own".

    Recipe #129194

    The original recipe was given to me by a co-worker when I first moved to Texas & has remained my favorite simple chicken dish for 15 years. Rayann's recipe calls for a whole chicken but I just use the breasts. Just add some hot cornbread and, boy hidee, dinner's ready.

    Recipe #128783

    Lean pork chops cooked in a spicy cream sauce.

    Recipe #128781

    I threw this together to stretch a meal of Loosemeat Sandwiches (recipe # 87075) on Tasty Buns (recipe # 35889) when more hungry bellies arrived right at supper time.

    Recipe #128780

    Don't be fooled by imposters. This is the authentic julep. Makes you want to wear a white suit & black string tie whilst you sip it from your silver cup. I make this every year for a Derby party & some of the guests like them so much they never remember which horse won the race. Cook time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #128779

    Source: How to Feed Four for $1 by Pat Hunter Published :1968 _________________________________________ Wonder what the price is now? And how many of these roasts did I make in my early married years? The page ( # 16) is splattered with what appears to be ketchup and/or Worcestershire sauce. Apparently, I was an exuberant cook even then ;-) My margin notes report that this is both good and easy and as income increased, it would appear that so did the cut of meat I used. The last entry says "eye of round". Tootin' in high cotton that day, huh? I remember serving this with egg noodles and that the sauce made a wonderful gravy. (And the kids picking out the onions)

    Recipe #128749

    When I couldn't find a recipe that sounded like what I wanted, I set out to make the perfect salmon patty. This is it for me. After a few tries, I learned that when forming the mixture into patties, leaving it loose rather than packing tightly makes for a more tender finished product. Serve with your favorite sauce or eat them on buns with ketchup as my grandkids do.

    Recipe #128743

    In honor of my new favorite cake, NurseDi's Mango Cake, recipe # 102221, I made a spoon-licking-good frosting that packs a great flavor but won't overpower that wonderful cake.

    Recipe #128742

    Another low fat, tart variation of the hundreds of other yogurt pies. It tastes so wickedly good that I don't feel cheated out of my dessert because I'm cutting down on fat in my diet. Cooking time = freezer time.

    Recipe #126302

    This sauce is extremely versatile. It can be used as a dressing, sauce, a spread and a dip. Great on chicken, fish and pork. This has the essence of guacamole without the avocado. UPDATE: 9/15/2006- Adopted from the Recipezaar account.

    Recipe #114142

    A fabulous flavorful marinade for Carnitas, Fajitas, flank steak and chicken. Marinate from 1 hour to overnight. Recipe from Rio Bravo.

    Recipe #111229

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