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    No Egg Brownies

    No Egg Brownies 1/2 cup butter 3 ounces semi-sweet chocolate 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sugar 2/3 cup flour 1/2 cup nuts, optional Melt butter and chocolate in saucepan. REmove from heat. Add vanila and sugar. Stir in flour and nuts. Turn into greased 8-inch baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees...
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    Peaches & Cream Bars (Or Cherry or Blueberry) :) YUMMY!

    Ohhh...drooling already, this sounds awesome, thank you! I'm going to try this one this weekend! ANd it uses canned peaches - yippee! I just hate peeling and pitting those buggers, much as I love to eat them. ANyway, thank you for posting this!
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    Looking for any and all Splenda/low-carb desserts

    You could try this link: Low Carb Strictly Sweets And find the "Low Carb Strictly Sweets" link[/url]
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    Canadian pancakes has one called "Fluffy Canadian pancakes" but I don't see the blueberries - maybe you could add those??? (sorry, I know that's not exactly what you asked, just trying to help here!). Here's that link: Then here's a couple -...
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    Tofu How to.....

    Here's a couple articles on tofu that might help: TOFU TALK: Tofu Takes on Tempting Flavors
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    Low fat or low carb?

    Thanks for the good link! I think I'm leaning back to low fat - smart low fat that is! This will halp a lot!
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    I want lowcarb recipes

    Yuppers, google is the best! Here's a couple more low-carb recipe links for you:
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    Chinese Crispy-Skin Chicken

    Chinese Crispy-Skin Chicken Family Favorite Recpe Ingredients: For the chicken: 1 chicken (2-1/2 pounds) 1 tablespoon vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons honey or 1 tablespoon sherry 1 teaspoon molasses 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt Peanut oil for deep frying For...
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    Barbecue Muffins

    Barbecue Muffins Family Favorite Recpe Ingredients: 2 large (12 ounce) cans of refrigerated biscuits 1 pound lean ground meat (beef or turkey) 1/2 cup ketchup 1-1/2 tablespoons brown sugar 1-1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1 cup (4 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese...
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    That tree sounds beautiful! You can do a lot with those mulberries! You can preserve them: To preserve Mulberries whole. Set some mulberries over the fire in a skillet or preserving pan; draw from them a pint of juice when it is strained; then take three pounds of sugar beaten very fine, wet...
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    Kitchen Scales

    Wow - those go back a long ways. Gosh, I wonder if there is anything like that available anywhere - if anyone knows, please, do share!
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    Kitchen Scales

    Wow - those go back a long ways. Gosh, I wonder if there is anything like that available anywhere - if anyone knows, please, do share!
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    Kitchenaid Mixer...highly recommended

    Oh, KitchenAid is just the best! I'd never go back to anything else, either, although I do wish I could afford the "luxury" model, myself... :cry:
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    What in gods name is it???

    Kind of looks like a wok with a lid to me... :shock: I feel so stupid when it comes to cooking sometimes - but that's why I like popping in here when I can - I always learn something. in all sincerety, this was very interesting and I did learn something, so thanks all.
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    Creamy Potato Salad Low Fat Recipe

    This salad is a favored recipe to take to cookouts and pot-luck dinners. People love its rich, creamy taste-especially after they find out it's light. It's quick to make because there's not a lot of chopping. You can even mix the dressing ahead of time to have on hand; it'll keep for a week in...
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    Standing Rib Roast

    WOW you got a lot of help here - how did go, may I ask?
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    High elevation help!

    Wow, I'd be lost with that problem. Here's a link from Colorado - maybe there will be something more specific on there. good luck - I never realized that could really be such a problem! I read the altitude directions on packages and always wondered why!?!?! :oops: Anyway, here's that link...
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    If you're at all interested in some healthy soups, here's a link to a bunch of hearty but healthy soups:
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    Buffaloed By Buffalo

    I just recently found out you could even still get buffalo meat to eat! (Rhyme NOT intended there...). But I don't know, just doesn't appeal to me - think I'll stick to the good 'ol cow! :)
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    Should pasta ever be baked?

    Sounds heavenly, Diane!! I love Italian cooking, but I bet yours beats any I've ever eaten! Will have to read more about cooking like that, it sounds delicious. Thanks for the information, that was very interesting!
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    What goes with Meatloaf?

    Yuppers, I think meatloaf can go with just about anything. it's even good cold on gooey white bread with a good slice of Cheddar or American cheese! :lol:
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    What goes with Meatloaf?

    Just had to stick in my 2-cents - Baked potatoes are a MUST with meatloaf.. :lol:
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    Should pasta ever be baked?

    thanks! Thanks all - I'm so glad you liked the recipe - I put it in my favorites, too! :D No - never tried tuna as I'm not a tuna-eater, but somehow I didn't think it would taste too good, but now you know so everyone else, take note! But heck, it never hurts to try. I do all kinds of odd...
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    Anyone using diet rescue?

    Never heard of it, either, but wouldn't buy into that if I were you. There's just no easy, miracle way to lose weight and most of those claims are nothing but rip offs...don't mean to be a skeptic, but I've been burned on this junk before and really just mean to help.
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    Coatings from non-stick cookware in our blood?

    ROFL!!! :lol: It's true that the gov't would have us eating nothing but berries and veggies...bah humbug! :P
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