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    I've worked at it and worked at it and 5 batches later, I think I've got it. It's the perfect salt water taffy flavored with kool-aid. It takes alot of work to get it to the right consistency so don't give up! And if it seems to hard when it cools down, as long as it's still pliable, it will work. If it cracks into pieces, you cooked it too long. Even 5 degrees can ruin the batch so keep an eye on it. Try again, or tell people you were going for painted glass candy all along. Also, most taffy recipes will tell you that you don't need to keep stirring after the mixture starts boiling. I ruined 3 batches before I found out it's safer just to keep stirring. Even a little bit of burnt taffy in the mix ruins the batch, and if you don't stir, it will burn to the bottom of the pan. **SIDE NOTE** I sited strawberry kool-aid in my recipe, but you can use any kind as long as it's unsweetened.

    Recipe #334983

    For the pork in this recipe, pork chops would be fine. I cut away the meat part in some particularly fatty "boneless ribs" and used that for the meat in this soup. Ham could work too but I haven't tried it.

    Recipe #327466

    Inspired by NcMysteryShopper's strawberries 'n cream bread recipe. I haven't tried it yet so if this sounds good, please try it and let me know how it turned out! The "red cake" part can go on top of the "blue cake" or it can go on the bottom. Either way, this cake is meant to be in 2 layers.

    Recipe #327441

    I stole most of this from Woman's Day magazine, but I added my own little twists. These are just the cutest little desserts! They would be perfect to take to a party or a family get-together.

    Recipe #326924

    Awesome for family get-togethers! This recipe is one that can be experimented with. If you don't like processed cheese, try cheddar instead.

    Recipe #326905

    Awesome for comfort food when you have the house to yourself. Be careful not to over-spice (especially if you use freshly cracked peppercorn)!!! Less is more! I used the peppercorn and it ended up being WAY too much, even though it didn't look like it when it was in the bowl before I cooked it. If you want to opt for less cholesterol, try using 3 egg whites instead of 2 whole eggs.

    Recipe #321170


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