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  • Butternut Squash Soup from micuisine in Greensboro, NC.
    My friend, Marybeth, came up with this recipe when I was visiting one day. My husband and I absolutely love this soup!...
  • Starlight Cake from micuisine in Greensboro, NC.
    This is the basic yellow cake recipe I have used for years to make cakes for my family. I think that I got it from an old Betty C...
  • Marinated Carrots from micuisine in Greensboro, NC.
    Like these crispy. Boil the carrots for 5 minutes, dump in ice water immediately to keep them crisp....
  • Beef Stroganoff from micuisine in Greensboro, NC.
    One of our family's favorite recipes! Serve over noodles (original), rice, or toast. Serve with a salad....
  • Smith Mountain Sausage And Egg Casserole from micuisine in Greensboro, NC.
    We make this up at the lake house for breakfast. It's nice to have it ready to eat for Christmas morning or those lazy Saturday m...
  • Pawpaw's Deviled Eggs from micuisine in Greensboro, NC.
    PawPaw would make these yummy eggs for Thanksgiving and Christmas. They are a little sweet and nothing fancy. Just the way the k...
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  • NPMarie 2 months ago about Butternut Squash Soup
    Sounds amazing!
  • 22566 2 months ago about Butternut Squash Soup
    This looks like an excellent one.
    Great to see you after all this time.
    Wishing you and your family all the very best.
    Kind Regards
  • lovebreezy 2 years ago about How To Cook Eggs For Eggnog
    Good info to have.. How To Cook Eggs For Eggnog
  • lovebreezy 2 years ago about Western Casserole
    Please consider adding this recipe to the Velveeta group. You are the only one that can do this since it is your submitted recipe. You'll need to join the group but you can easily unjoin after you add the recipe if you want.
  • 22566 2 years ago about Starlight Cake
    An oldie...but goodie!
    I have a Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook that is as old as Methuselah...
    used in my early years of domesticity,one that was printed in chisel and stone.
    ~ but ~
    always one that I turn to for the basics when I have a 'senior moment' :o)
    A plain cake is sometimes overlooked,but can be dressed up for the dance...
    ~ and ~
    Mighty fine recipe.
    Wishing you and yours a super duper weekend.
    Kind Regards
  • momoften 6 years ago
    Thanks for the tip on just using the vanilla. I will have to try it, since I don't have maple flavoring right now. I do have butter pecan, though.
  • maureenlaw 6 years ago
    You might want to check out the tilapia recipe from pleclare. I think it was posted a couple of days ago.
  • dmajor 6 years ago
    Hi, yes I add real butter when making my syrup and yes you can refrigerate left overs and just heat it slightly when removing from refrigerator. It works just as well. It is really simple and good. Thanks for the interest. Let me know what you think. Have a wonderful night. deb
  • zena824 7 years ago
    Thanks for checking out my blueberry pound cake.....sorry it has taken me so long in answering you.... I appreciate you so much..
  • keni 7 years ago
    Hey there..yeah, S&B is the brand and it seems to be pretty widely available in most's in the Asian food aisle. It's actually the only brand I found at the grocery I got it at! :) And, yes, you really need that brand in order to get that, I hope you find it! :)
  • trigger 7 years ago
    I would love to be your cooking friend and share recipes with you
  • turlak 7 years ago
    Thanks for the comment on my high temperature roast. It is so easy and good. The family will think you worked hard, but it is so easy. How's the weather up there? I hear you had a storm a few weeks ago. We just had a tropical storm here, but it was some much needed rain...the media just drives us crazy with their scare tactics!! Anyways, have a great weekend and welcome to this wonderful site!! ~Dawn
  • zena824 7 years ago
    We definately have the same tastes.... thats great....A couple of my pictures has the same polish pottery plate in it...but I had intended to put all my dishes of it on the table and take one big pic and put it on here so the ones that like to look could....My daughter in law got me started on it when she lived in Germany... I just love it..and they have such beautiful pieces now....will check out your recipes.... Im sure you have some great one....I knew they were good when you called your casserole western.... I call mine Western beans....
  • blueeyes68ky 7 years ago
    Hi, I am on your profile page and I don't see your recipe. Sometimes you can put a recipe in and somehow it doesn't show up. I put my mothers jam cake recipe in 3 times before it showed on the public page.
  • keni 7 years ago
    Thank you for the nice comment on the Coco's curry recipe. Coco's is, apparently, very popular in Japan and Hawaii, but I'm not sure how popular it is WITH the Japanese, you know? I do know it's a tasty dish, in my opinion, and countless US military personal agree! ;)