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    I found this at the counter of some grocery store, can't even remember which one. anyway, the pecan and caramel sauce amounts were not listed, so I just guessed. I also guessed with serving amount, as everyone's idea on what size a bar should be is different. I like large sized bars ;)

    Recipe #472655

    Again, this was taken off of truffle-oil.com's website and I'm posting it here in case I lose it. Please review if you make this. I'm also guessing on yield and times again, as well as servings as they didn't include this in recipe. The site says to add the truffle when everything else is finished. Also, it suggests using a pizza stone.

    Recipe #376397

    I found this off of truffle-oil.com and am posting it here to save it. I haven't made it yet, so if someone has, please let me know how it is. One of these days I'll get around to buying some truffle oil and giving this a go. It sounds like it would be a very eye-appealing salad, too. The website offered the tips of using fresh herbs and not overcooking the lobster. I'm guessing on the yield and times, so please inform me of them when you make this.

    Recipe #376125

    I got this out of one of the ToH magazines. Making this was pretty fun for me, until my potato ricer broke and now I have to push it through a sieve. That is not easy. BUT, these little treasures are well worth the hassle. Time does not include peeling and boiling of potatoes, as I've never really measured the time when I do that, AND you can always use leftover potatoes for this (time I put down may be inaccurate anyway, because, again, I don't usually measure the time it takes to make things, so I just guessed).

    Recipe #375074

    I found this in a book called, "The Creekside: A Celebration of Cedarburg Cooking". Cedarburg is a quaint, arts & crafts town with plenty of wonderful restaurants. While I can't really afford to eat at most of them, this recipe makes up for it. It is one of three variations of the main recipe listed. I'm guessing on the yield and servings, as I made it about a year ago and can't remember.

    Recipe #350843

    This is from a mini cookbook called Healthy Eating. I've always wanted to try this kind of soup, and finally got up the nerve to. Now I think back to what I was missing all those years! I used a homemade chicken broth for this recipe, Betty Crocker's Classic Chicken Broth #82385. This is what I used, so I cannot guarantee your finished product, therefore I would suggest using this. I had made the broth the day before and the time for that is not listed below. This soup has a sweet/smoky flavor. The recipe calls for just butternut, but I had only a small one of those and a small buttercup, hence the name!

    Recipe #336659

    I had this in a local coffee shop and became hooked. However, I couldn't always get there to have some, and it was a bit pricey, so I thought maybe I could duplicate it. This is the result and it's quite good, easy and cheap. I guessed on the size of the tea packets, really...they don't exactly label those! Note, chai teas usually contain a bit of caffeine.

    Recipe #280598

    This was originally a pie recipe that I got from TOH magazine, but I converted it to bars, just for fun! This does make an excellent pie, too, just halve the recipe. I may just post this again, in pie form, so that people who do searches for pies can find it. The crust is quite simple (finally!) I never can make a crust without the family running away in fear of getting hit with flying pastry thrown in frustration. This doesn't look too pretty, but it sure is good!

    Recipe #252927

    These were really good when we made them for Passover last year. They're a little bit different, because they're baked and made in muffin tins, but the taste is very good, all the same.

    Recipe #252923

    Yeah, I know...there's tons of meatloaf recipes out there, but I bet this is one of the easiest ones with lots of taste out there! I got this from a Kraft recipe booklet I got in the mail that I've tweaked a bit and it's pretty simple yet yummy.

    Recipe #252922

    These are very decadent, but quite good and easy. I wouldn't eat them very often if I were dieting. The amount varies, as you can cut them to whatever size you like. When I made them they came out to about 60 pieces, so I'll use that number.

    Recipe #101675

    My kids had this at their summer camp. My version's a bit easier, they had to peel the potatoes with their teeth!

    Recipe #100162


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