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Strawberry Pie

Reuben Sandwich

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

Baked Beef Taquitos

Green Beans With Bacon

Dill Pickle Spears

Do you have an over abundance of cucumbers like we do this year? Have you seen how cheap they are to buy right now? Why not make some homemade Dill Pickle Spears? If you don’t want to can them, you can store them in the refrigerator for up to two weeks although they taste the best if you wait a […]

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Microwave Peanut Butter Fudge

Who knew making fudge was this easy and cheap! Seriously, I made this in just a few minutes and the taste is amazing. My grandkids have been devouring our peanut butter so I thought I would see what they think about Peanut Butter Fudge. This would make a great fudge for the holidays too so save this one! Source: Mennonite […]

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Simple Syrup Fruit Bowl

Whether you are over loaded with your own homegrown fruit or you can buy cheap fruit from a farm market or a store, turn it into this delicious Simple Syrup Fruit Bowl for a great snack, side dish, dessert, potluck or picnic!   Ingredients   Place your clean-cut up fruit into a large bowl.   Make a simple syrup by […]

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Thai Cucumber Salad

After picking over 40 large cucumbers from our garden in just two days I decided to find a new recipe for cucumbers. So I searched and found this wonderful Thai Cucumber Salad. I loved all of the ingredients that were in it and have never tasted cucumbers like this before….absolutely delicious! Source: http://www.budgetbytes.com Ingredients – optional is crushed peanuts   […]

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Sweet Gherkin Pickle Roll Ups

If you ever need a quick and easy appetizer try these Sweet Gherkin Pickle Roll Ups! With only three ingredients you can make a big batch of these in just a few minutes. I had never heard of these before but my husband told me about them because years ago his boss brought them to a pot luck at his […]

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Potato Pancakes with Cheese

These are the first Potato Pancakes I have ever loved! There is so much flavor going on with these (crispy on the outside and soft on the inside) Potato Pancakes that I ate two! So the next time you have leftover mashed potatoes, make Potato Pancakes with them!   Ingredients   In a medium bowl whisk the eggs with a […]

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Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict has only four ingredients. Toasted English Muffin, Canadian Bacon and poached eggs all topped with delicious Hollandaise Sauce! I was thrilled how wonderful this turned out. You can make this delicious Eggs Benedict for breakfast or if you’re like me, eat it for supper! Below is the link for the Hollandaise Sauce. https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/07/13/hollandaise-sauce     Ingredients   Cut […]

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Hollandaise Sauce

A few months ago I ordered Eggs Benedict at a restaurant. I had never had Hollandaise Sauce before and I was hooked immediately so I decided I would make my own. I had no idea what was in the Hollandaise Sauce but I knew it made my Eggs Benedict taste amazing! Well believe it or not, there is just four ingredients […]

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Growing & Freezing Blueberries

I have grown two blueberry bushes for about 25 years. My bushes are as tall as I am now. I have never pruned them except for the dead branches. We do not have acidic soil so I do add an acidic fertilizer to them every few weeks. For those of you wondering how to keep the birds from eating all […]

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Johnny Marzetti

This is a recipe that has been around for decades! I never knew why it was called Johnny Marzetti and I’m sure many of my Ohio friends and family didn’t either. I find this to be a fascinating story of how this recipe came about and what other product is still in existence today…hint….Marzetti. Read what http://www.Wikipedia.org states about how […]

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