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Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies - HIGH ALTITUDE STYLE

Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies - HIGH ALTITUDE STYLE by Salad Foodie

Think you can't improve on the Original Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe? You can if you live at a high altitude (3500 to 6000 feet) and you make the recommended adjustments by the Nestle Company. I have made these cookies since I was young…

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Red Cabbage Coleslaw

Red Cabbage Coleslaw by Salad Foodie

Think outside the box for your next slaw with this creamy deep red cabbage version. The dried cranberries are camouflaged by the cabbage color and provide a pleasant sweet taste surprise, while walnuts add extra crunch.

1 vote
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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies by Salad Foodie

These peanut butter cookies have crunchy chopped peanuts and either chopped semisweet chocolate chunks or jumbo chocolate chips. They are somewhat chewy and moist if the baking is followed carefully, though you can bake an extra minute or two for a crisper version if you prefer (see Photo 2.)

1 vote
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Scottish Currant Scones

Scottish Currant Scones by B Innes

Warm Scottish Scones with sweet Currants are a treat for breakfast any time of year, or for that matter any time of day.

1 vote
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Yogurt Pancakes with Blueberries

Yogurt Pancakes with Blueberries by Salad Foodie

Light and sublime, these pancakes are perfect for summer’s bounty of blueberries. Whole wheat pastry flour is recommended and gives the most tender results, but all purpose flour works fine too. I used Greek plain yogurt but regular yogurt or sour cream can be subbed.

1 vote
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Old-Fashioned Peanut Butter Crisscross Cookies

Old-Fashioned Peanut Butter Crisscross Cookies by Salad Foodie

Peanut butter cookie recipes abound, but none of them came close to rekindling memories of the favorite from my youth - until I came across this one in an Old Farmer's Almanac. The first batch I made convinced me the recipe was the one from my early baking years. Ah - answered prayers!

1 vote
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Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies by Salad Foodie

Moist and chewy, these will help satisfy your choco-holic inclinations. Baking chocolate rather than cocoa gives a richer color and flavor than cocoa, and coconut help keep them moist.

1 vote
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Banana Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Mini Cakes

Banana Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Mini Cakes by Salad Foodie

Mini-cakes with oatmeal, buttermilk, bananas and mini-chocolate chips......what’s not to like here? These make special treats for brunch or afternoon snacks, If you prefer to use regular milk rather than buttermilk, use 2 teaspoons baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon baking soda in place of that listed below. To make standard-size, line…

1 vote
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Naan Bread II

Naan Bread II by myra byanka

Great flatbread for wraps, soups, stews, etc. Requires a comal or cast iron skillet. Recipe easily doubles.

1 vote
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Orange & Black Olive Salad

Orange & Black Olive Salad by Amos Miller

A Moroccan favorite, as made by my friend, Chef Paula Wolfert, as found in one of my very favorite books 'Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco'.

2 votes
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FRYING BACON THE BEST WAY

FRYING BACON THE BEST WAY by GARY ESTESS

I KNOW I PUT THIS ONE ON BEFORE BUT I DIDN'T EXPLAIN IT VERY WELL.SOME PEOPLE PUT THEM IN DRINKS SOME PUT CHO. OR KIDS LOVE IT THAT WAY.

1 vote
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Banana and Granola Muffins

Banana and Granola Muffins by Salad Foodie

You can have breakfast in a muffin with your choice of ingredients. Make these with walnuts, almonds or pecans; select raisins, dried cranberries or coconut, and use your favorite granola flavor. If you wish to substitute buttermilk in place of regular, as I often do in baked products, see Useful Link below that I will be posting.

1 vote
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Caraway Rye Rolls or Sliders

Caraway Rye Rolls or Sliders by Salad Foodie

Perfect as rolls, or as sliders for corned beef sandwiches. Bake them apart on baking sheets for sliders, or in a 9 x 13 baking pan for pan rolls. I used a bread machine on the dough setting, then shaped, and baked in oven, but you can also make these in the conventional yeast roll method without a bread machine.

2 votes
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Oatmeal Saucepan Cookies

Oatmeal Saucepan Cookies by Salad Foodie

A saucepan becomes the mixing bowl in these super simple cookies that bake just a few minutes in the oven. If you wish, use the coconut/chocolate variation which adds additional flavor levels to these chewy and crunchy cookies.

2 votes
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Chocolate Tapioca Pudding

Chocolate Tapioca Pudding by Salad Foodie

Take old-fashioned tapioca pudding to a grand level for a special Valentine dessert - add chocolate! Be patient as you cook the pudding, it can take 20 to 30 minutes of stirring to melt the chocolate and reach proper consistency without scorching. The pudding will thicken as it cools.

1 vote
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