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    This is my Grandmothers BBQ sauce recipe. It is a great recipe by itself, or as a base recipe for your own creations. It does taste better if you let it sit in the refrigerator for a few hours, but it can be used right away if necessary.

    Recipe #69734

    This is my mom's playdough recipe that she originally got from an old friend. My mom is the one that started adding the different extracts to the playdough to make such wonderful smelling playdough. My kids and I both love this recipe! It makes a very smooth playdough that will last a very long time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #69733

    A co-worker of mine gave me this shrimp recipe right off the top of her head when I needed to make appetizers for the holidays. I am unsure as to where she got it. It is extremely easy, fast, delicious, and versatile. It can be used as an appetizer or a main dish.

    Recipe #109474

    This is a very inexpensive treat that my family loves! There are so many things that you can add to this recipe to make it your own, including crunchy granola, or raisins, nutmeg, etc. In the intructions it says to bake at 325 for 15 minutes, but really I usually will just put these in the oven right before serving dinner so that it is done when we are through.

    Recipe #109366

    I don't care for sugar cookies at all and I thought these really were the best darn sugar cookies ever! These cookies are so light and have a fabulous texture. Everyone is sure to love them.

    Recipe #69736


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