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    This a an easy and relatively quick recipe to make. My husband, who doesn't care for pasta or leftovers ate this 3 days in a row. I added crushed red pepper flakes to taste even though its not called for in the ingredients. I found it on About a Mom.

    Recipe #513263

    Unlike most Crisps the crisp is on the bottom. It is cooked with the crisp on top and after it is baked it is flipped out and frosted. I love this and every time I take it somewhere I am always asked for the recipe. Note Others have tried making this without flipping it over. This changed the taste and it is not as good.

    Recipe #509820

    My DIL found this recipe online and made it when I was there. It is relatively quick to make and so good. Note: In the directions it refers to the trinity mix; that is the carrot, celery, and onion listed in the ingredients; 2 part onion, one part carrot and one part celery

    Recipe #499329

    These are fun cookies for Halloween or a vampire genre party.The cookies have a light vanilla and butter flavor to them, and are the perfect color to really set off the red of the filling. The have a slightly crisp edge and a soft, chewy center. When you take a bite and expose the jam, they really do look like they’re bleeding! They are baked at a slightly cooler temperature than some cookies, so they don’t really brown during baking. Best if served the same day. I found this recipe on one of my favorite blogs, Baking Bites.

    Recipe #370799

    I found this on Baking Bites Blog. Thank you Nichole. These cupcakes are so fitting for a Halloween party.

    Recipe #370574

    This is a wonderfully easy chocolate cake recipe and its so delicious. It has a hint of cinnamon but not enough to distract from the chocolate. If you enjoy baking with children this is a good one. Ice the cake while hot. You can serve hot or cold. (my favorite) Don't make the icing until cake is out of the oven, icing must be hot to pour over cake.

    Recipe #360215

    This recipe is from The Sacramento Bee. I use Recipe #359226 for the Russian Dressing. We love it. Hope you do too.

    Recipe #359324

    This comes from The Sacramento Bee. So simple and great on Reuben Sandwiches!

    Recipe #359226

    I found this while surfing the net. No peanut butter is used.

    Recipe #355142

    Someone made this for the pastor at our church and he couldn't keep them a secret. Neither could I. Don't make the cookie dough balls too big as they are very rich.

    Recipe #347956

    This is a very chocolaty cake. My boys like it cold, my friend likes to serve it hot. Great as is or you can dress it up with homemade whipped cream or a fresh raspberry sauce or whatever your imagination dreams of. The batter is very thick so you need to make sure you stir it well all the way to the bottom of the bowl. You may need to adjust cooking time and temp to your oven. Do not over cook. Better if a slightly under cooked than over cooked. Wrapping with plastic (with a couple of layers) keeps the moisture in. Time listed in prep time includes cooling off period.

    Recipe #335446

    This is a cake that I grew up eating and one of the first that my mom let me make on my on. Its so easy. All ovens are different so be sure to check on its doneness. Also to make sure its moist I spoon the juice from the drained can of pineapple over the cake to make sure it is moist.

    Recipe #319342

    This is a wonderful summer dessert. Everyone at the family reunion has gotten to expect it. It is easy to "lighten up" by using low fat and sugar free ingredients. If you use fresh peaches instead of canned sprinkle some lemon juice over them to prevent browning. I make the 4th layer first because it takes so long for it to cool. Is better if made a day ahead.

    Recipe #313526

    I found this recipe at The Joy of Soup website. It is very similar to Carrabba's Sausage and Lentil soup. It was so good I just had to share. I put the veggies all in the food processor and diced the fine. Everything was about the size of the lentil

    Recipe #195763


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