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We are in the process of compiling a cookbook that will be sold to raise funds for this amazing site. I know it is hard to believe that this costs money, but believe me it does.

Right now we are typing in the recipes that have been sent to us by members and friends of members. All recipes must be entered by 8/30/05, so there is still time to email me or pm any recipe you would like to have included.

Trust me, as soon as the cookbook is available, you will know how to purchase them (you have to buy many to give as gifts etc.)

As I type, I just got a new recipe from a guy in work. I am scouring the countryside.

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APPLE TAFFY

Drain one 8oz can crushed pineapple (save juice)

Mix ½ cup sugar

1 tbsp flour

1 beaten egg

Add 1 1/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

Juice from pineapple

Bring to easy boil, stir until thickened. Cool.

Chop 4 C granny smith apples (3 lrg), peel.

Chop (if you want to, I just leave them whole) 1 ½ cups salted peanuts

Mix Apples, peanuts, crushed pinapple and sauce

Fold in 1 8oz container of Cool Whip (fat free works fine)

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Nutty Noodle Salad

Salad ingredients:

5 green onions, chopped

4 oz. sunflower kernels

4 oz. slivered almonds

½ head green cabbage, chopped

1 pkg Chicken Top Ramen noodles

Dressing ingredients:

Seasoning packet from Ramen noodles

½ cup oil

2 tbsp sugar

3 tbsp red wine vinegar

Crunch up Ramen noodles and mix with other salad ingredients. Mix all dressing ingredients; pour over salad mixture and toss well. Chill. Yields 15 servings.

Optional items to add: chicken, mandarin oranges

These two are new ones I just got. The Taffy Apples and this one are really good!!

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This recipe should go under "Meals in 20 Minutes or Less"

Ingredients:

One pair of shoes

One vehicle (size does not matter)

One key to the vehicle

One or two gallons of gasoline (probably unleaded)

$10 to $20 (any denomination)

10-20 minutes

Procedure:

Put on shoes

Pick up key

Walk to vehicle

Drive to MacDonalds drive-up window (5-7 minutes)

Order food at window and wait (3-5 minutes)

Drive home (5-7 minutes)

EAT FOOD AND ENJOY!

Throw trash in trash can

Take nap on couch

Bumpity up, up, up :):):):):)

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Ok: Here are a couple of "real" recipes:

The apple crisp recipe below was given to me by my mother-in-law. It is wonderful!!

The Jello recipe is from my sister-in-law and was one of the few things my husband would eat when he was on chemo.

Apple Crisp

In buttered 10 in. x 6 in. x 2 in. baking dish:

Spread 4-5 cups of sliced apples

Sprinkle with 1 tsp. cinnamon and 1 tsp. salt

Pour ¼ cup of water on top

Mix together in a separate dish:

¾ cup flour

1 cup sugar

1/3 cup butter

Drop mixture over apples and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes

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Cherry Jello w/cream cheese topping

6 oz. pkg cherry Jello

1 can cherry pie filling

2 cups boiling water

Small can crushed, drained pineapple

8 oz. pkg softened cream cheese

1/3 cup sugar

Chopped pecans (1 or 2 small packages)

8 in. x 12 in. dish

Dissolve Jello with boiling water

Add pie filling and pineapple

Chill until set

In separate bowl:

Mix cream cheese with 1/3 c. sugar

Spread over top of Jello

Sprinkle top with chopped peacns

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Please make sure you give your full name (or not) to let us know how you want the recipe listed. For instance it can say "by Andrea" or "by Andrea Scheff" or your user name. Most people are giving first and last names, but not everyone :)

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2 cups of Chicken meat cut in cubes-packaged works fine, but not seasoned-get plain

1 cup Seedless green grapes cut lengthwise

3 stalks of celery cut fine

¼ of a white onion cut fine

4 tablespoons of dry dill

1 tsp on Dijon mustard

Helmans Mayo-use no other. @ Tblsp at a time until it’s the consistency you like

Fridge for at least 3 hours before you serve

Doesn’t do well as a sandwich, serve in tomato boats

Jen

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