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 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    October 18, 2018 

Ritz Mock Apple Pie

My first thought was to look up the mock apple pie made from zucchini. When I picked up a few zucchinis from an acquaintance, she asked me if I had ever tried it. I told her I had not, and she said...

 

Apple Puff Pancake

I made this on a weekend, when I have more time to fuss with breakfast. This goes together quickly, and I found not as heavy as regular pancakes, which I really like. I found it surprising that the...

 

Turkey Veggie Meatloaf Cups

I thought I'd give you a break from all the sweet recipes, although I made Greek Yogurt Chocolate Zucchini Bread this weekend and it was great. Made with coconut oil, honey, and not much brown sugar....

 

Glazed Lemon Zucchini Bread

I received this recipe from Heather Hiebert, one of the now-retired owners of the well-known Patit Creek Restaurant. In conversation she mentioned she had this great zucchini bread recipe. I asked...

 

Whoopie Pies

You know what a Whoopie Pie is, don't you? I thought everyone knew, but I thought everyone knew what a Pecan Sandie was also. I was wrong. Here is what the web said: "The whoopie pie is a U.S. baked...

 

Apple Butter

Original recipe from The Times and Bette Chase The thought of apple butter warms my heart. I always try to buy it homemade, usually at bake sales or yard sales, which I did for my last jar AND it was...

 

Cashew Chicken Salad Sandwiches

I found this recipe in the Costco Connection and I liked that it used apple and cucumber. Remember the chicken poppy seed salad? It seems several chicken recipes have nuts and fruit. That one had...

 

Zucchini Casserole

I had asked for zucchini recipes a few weeks ago. When I got to work last week, this, along with another one was typed on a sheet of paper and dropped through the mail slot. Sherri Erikson had her...

 

Pasta with Fresh Tomatoes and Corn

This almost seems like not really a recipe as, in my opinion, pasta salads are a catchall. But I thought this might give someone an idea on what to fix and use some of the fresh vegetables of the...

 

No-Bake Chocolate Oat Bars

These are easy-peasy and quick to make. The story behind it is maybe longer. I was having a LuLaRoe party Sunday and was looking for some desserts to make. I found one that was similar to this but...

 

Chicken Skillet with Bacon, Brussels Sprouts

Our household seems to be in balance, as I do the desserts and breads and Joe does most of the dinners, if I come up with suggestions. I can spend a few hours making desserts and breads, (instead of...

 

Nana's Ever Ready Bran Muffins

One of our recipe readers, Suzy Cowdrey, emailed me and asked me for the Pecan Sandies recipe, as she had misplaced hers. In doing so, I asked her if she had any recipes she would like to share, and...

 

Snickerdoodle Bars

It seems fitting that these should follow a healthy recipe, and if I'm looking for a reason, these would make a great dessert for the harvest crew. I tasted these at the Women's Christian Luncheon,...

 

3 Cheese & Wheat Berry Spinach Pie

What better time than our annual Harvest Edition to put in a recipe using wheat berries. From Food Networks Healthy Eats website comes this information: "Wheat berries are a true whole grain! You may...

 

Strawberry Pizza

I had to smile as I was digging through my drawer to find this recipe. I had remembered exactly the paper it was written on, but had to go through them one by one, and of course it was the second to...

 

Quinoa, Beetroot and Feta Salad

First, I did make the recipe from last week – the Cuban Marinated Steak. It was great, and a lot better than I expected. I thought with the orange juice, it may come off a little sweet, but the...

 

Cuban Marinated Steak

I saw this recipe come through in my email from All Recipes and it sounded interesting. The reviews all had praises for it. I thought it would be a good one to try for the upcoming holiday. I bought...

 

Salted Peanut Bars

This weekend I went to the bake sale at the Best Western Hotel – a fund raiser for needy families at Christmas. I bought several different items, one of which was these salted peanut bars. They...

 

Baked Four-Bean Casserole

This first ran a couple of years ago. I am cheating as I am just returning from vacation, but I thought it was timely as barbeque season is here. Dena has also passed on to me her family baked-bean recipe, so I will put that in next week. Since July...

 

Chicken Club Pasta Salad

Those who love rhubarb may have hoped for another recipe, while those who don't care for it, are glad not to see another one! I didn't get a chance to try this one, but it's on my list. Salads are so...

 

Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake

I guess I'm on a roll for desserts. I've made this before and thought it was in my recipe folder, but it must have been before my time at The Times. Thank you for those who give me feedback on my...

 

Banana Poppy-Seed Pancakes

First, before I start on this recipe, let me share a story, well, not sure it's a story, more like a "really?" Those yummy cookies I made last week, that by themselves were very good, but "J" and "K"...

 

Pecan Sandies

I saw a recipe for Pecan Sandies in the Whitman County Gazette under My Favorite Recipes. Different people submit recipes. My first thought when I saw the name was of the packaged Pecan Sandies that...

 

Old-Fashioned Rhubarb Crisp

I really like that time of year when I can start making desserts with fresh fruit, and rhubarb is usually the first to be used. One either loves rhubarb, or like my son, never acquired a taste for it....

 

Lemon Bars

I was in a bit of quandary as to which recipe to post. First, when it turned really warm, I thought I'd look for some salads, then it turned chilly. I get recipes thru my email from King Arthur Flour...

 

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