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Recently, I posted a Soft Pretzel Recipe…..these are similar, and just as easy to make. You just need a bit of time, and a hungry stomach! Who doesn’t enjoy a soft, chewy bagel for breakfast, or any ol’ time!  In my heap of Cookbooks, thrown on a shelf….I found an old favorite called the “Complete […]

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My Mother in Law used to make the most delicious Hot Fudge Sauce, and it’s so easy to make. She has passed on now, and I’m thankful that I have this recipe. We enjoy this yummy gooey sauce over so many things. Ice Cream Sundaes of course, are a no brainer! This is also very […]

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WHO WANTS A BUTTERY PRETZEL? Today has been a windy, cold day! A great day for baking bread. I decided to try a new soft Pretzel recipe, and they turned out yummy and fabulous. In fact, I tried two different pretzel recipes. One with a homemade dough, and the other with Rhodes Roll dough. I […]

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This is a great recipe, that can be baked in the oven, or cooked in the crockpot. If cooking in a crockpot, add the cream cheese after the chicken is fork tender. Let cook for another 10 to 15 minutes, but don’t allow to boil. Ingredients: 4 to 6 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves 1/4 […]

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It’s raining again today, and rain puts me in the Baking Mood. This morning, I made these beautiful little devils! Palmiers are one of the most delicious little pastries you will ever make. They are also the fastest and simplest cookies ever. The delicate little cookies are certainly full of butter, sugar and calories. They […]

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We raised broccoli in our garden this summer, and it’s like Zucchini….it just keeps producing. I’ve froze a lot of it, and you can use frozen broccoli as well, but make sure that you have removed a lot of the moisture, or it will dilute your soup. Just add a little more flour, when making […]

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Do you need a perfect snack for the big game?  These Pretzel bites will hit the spot for sure.  You can make a combination of Parmesan bites with a Cheese dip or Cinnamon and Sugar bites with a Vanilla glaze for dipping. I’ve finally used up my supply of Rhodes Roll dough . . . until […]

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Is there anyone who doesn’t love eating a crisp, warm Apple Fritter? My Grandma South made these delicious little puffy doughnuts, and they would only last a matter of minutes. They are so simple to make, and even easier to eat! Place fritters on a nice serving plate, and drizzle with spiced syrup. You can […]

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Road Tested with the Neely’s is one of my favorites on Food Network. They always have easy family style dishes, that look delicious. Here is one of the recipes that they showed on Saturday. They showed two italian dishes, that I plan to try. This Baked Ziti, has sausage, spinach, parmesan and Mozzarella cheese. It […]

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This is by far my favorite soup! I got this recipe from a newspaper clipping…years ago, and never replaced it with another recipe yet! It is thick & creamy. Yesterday I posted my husband’s favorite Chicken Noodle soup, with home-made noodles. Before we know it, we will be faced with Cold days & chilly nights. […]

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We all love Macaroni & Cheese…..especially when it’s not from a box! Here is a great recipe from Tyler’s Ultimate. It’s loaded with cheese & crispy bacon. You could also add diced smoked ham to this to make it a main dish. * YOU WILL NEED: 1 pound elbow macaroni 4 cups milk 1/4 tsp. […]

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As I stepped out of bed this morning, my mind suddenly drifted to this soup!  This cheesy smooth soup is my all time favorite.  You can add a wide variety of vegetables as well, or toss in rotisserie chicken as well.  You name it, you can add it to this wonderful creamy cheesy base.  It […]

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This is one of my favorites. My husband enjoys it as well, because he love rice. The leftovers are also fabulous. Toss in crumbled bacon, and sprinkle with more Parmesan on the top. This would also be great with Pasta instead of Rice. YUM! You will need: Rice: 2 qt. water 1 T. chicken base […]

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Walnut-Apricot Jam Thumbprint Cookies or Hazelnut, Pecan, Almond – Strawberry or Raspberry jam The original recipe for these jam thumbprint cookies uses hazelnuts in the dough and raspberry jam for the filling. I chose to try one of the variations with walnuts and apricots. I experimented and added more walnuts and just loved the texture […]

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 I like Chili. I’m picky though. I like it just like this. . . . simple.  I didn’t think of the name . . . but it fits! Darn good, Really good, awesome or not half bad just wouldn’t cut it.  Just make it, and you’ll say:  “Gee that’s Dam Good Chili!  It’s not too hot […]

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I’ve been wanting to post this recipe for quite some time now…… One tuesday evening, the Young Women in our ward were invited to eat dinner at Kaylene’s house. She wanted to teach the Y.W. how to make her favorite pasta dish. As she began, I immediately convinced myself that I wouldn’t like it. I’m […]

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Oh . . . Rhodes Rolls . . . I think I love you! Seriously, they make life really easy. I will be blunt though – They are not as good as my own homemade rolls – but close. Rhodes rolls comes up with fabulous ways to use their dough. When I saw their idea for […]

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Some like it hot, Some like it cold, Some like it in the pot . . . nine days old. I just like mine on chips! Admit it, you either like Salsa or you reject it . . . flat out.  I have a four year old Grandson, who would pour it on his cereal […]

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