My Latest Recipes 10
  • Mark's Challah from missym in IN.
    This challah recipe has instructions for using a bread machine to complete the knead/rise cycle and the old-fashioned method. We ...
  • Baked Oatmeal from missym in IN.
    Very flexible recipe shared by Beth (brittone2) - originally from forums. It is a casserole type dish. Consistency i...
  • Parve (non-dairy) Corn Muffins from missym in IN.
    We love corn muffins but needed a non-dairy version. My husband experimented and finally came up with this recipe. This is a swe...
  • Kanya from missym in IN.
    This is an adaptation of kanya, a traditional sweetmeat in West African countries. It's very easy to make with kids....
  • Chicken Marsala from missym in IN.
    My husband developed this chicken marsala recipe. It's pretty easy, and it turns out great every time....
  • Baked Potato Soup from missym in IN.
    Quick and easy recipe from the Very Best Baking site....
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  • 22566 2 years ago about Mark's Challah
    A bread by many names.
    Thank-you for this excellent sounding recipe.
    Kind Regards
  • huxter 5 years ago about Chocolate Cheesecake
    I've only just discovered Oreos --we have similar here but now the US version is available ---what a way to use them --- chocolate ,chocolate liqueur ,vanilla --I'm in heaven reading this !! can you get 6 out of 5 ???
  • gotmusicinme 5 years ago about Chicken Marsala
    Your Chicken Marsala recipe is my favorite out of the heap of them I've seen here. I will definitely be trying this soon. Thanks for your post!
  • missym 5 years ago about Kanya
    Regular granulated sugar works fine for this recipe; you just want to crush it up as much as possible so that it blends well with the peanut butter. Cream of Rice can be hard to find these days, but you can order it online if your local grocer doesn't stock it.
  • blueeyes68ky 5 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for being my cooking friend.
  • missym 5 years ago about Italian Roast Beef
    We cook it to medium, then slice it thin for sandwiches.
  • vickycummins 5 years ago
    Hello and welcome!!!
  • jett2whit 5 years ago
    what a cutie pie!