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    I have Trader Joe's near.

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    Asparagus and Sweet Pea Casserole

    2 cans asparagus
    2 cans Leseur peas
    3 sliced hard boiled eggs
    8 oz. shredded sharp cheddar cheese
    2 cans mushroom soup
    bread crumbs (Italian flavored are best)

    In a regular sized casserole dish layer the ingredients as follows:
    asparagus
    eggs
    sweet peas
    cheese
    mushroom soup
    bread crumbs

    Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes or until it's bubbly and brown.
    This has become a tradition for my family at all gatherings, and I've been known to make an entire supper out of it.
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    cross thread,Sumac Tea

    Staghorn Tea

    Ingredients:
    One complete seedspike (deep red)
    Water
    Honey(or other sweetner, to taste)

    Preparation:
    Rub the small fruits loose and bruise slightly.
    Steep in hot water until the water takes on a deep rose color. ( water should be hot, not boiling, as boiling water will cause a bitter taste)
    Strain(through apaper towel, coffee filter or muslin cloth)
    Sweeten to taste and enjoy

    Safty Warning:
    The red fruit spikes of the Staghorn Sumac create a wonderful tea. The WHITE fruit of the POISON SUMAC is Deadly ! the fruits do not look the same, but if you are unsure, ask someone who knows the difference to teach you.

    shared by Mistletoe Park Volunteers, Ga

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    Lightbulb food food

    I can DEFINETLY help with the candy section..if you have a candy section that is. LoL We make our own candy all the time. Nummy stuff! Just let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by karma_lives
    I can DEFINETLY help with the candy section..if you have a candy section that is. LoL We make our own candy all the time. Nummy stuff! Just let me know
    Well get those recipes out there.

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    Thumbs up

    I'd love to help also.
    I'm not that computer savvy, but have some recipes I can contribute.

    Would love to see some topics/sections on vegetarian, main dishes, desserts, drinks, sabbat/holiday recipes.
    Also some recipes on kid friendly recipes!!

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    I'd love to help! :D Sounds like a splendid idea.

    I have a ton of Herbal Apothecary recipes (balms, salves, what's good for what, etc etc.. not to mention aromatherapy recipes); If you'd like, I can send in some of those. I have tea recipes too, I believe.

    Also, I can help with the graphics and designing, if needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mol
    We should probably do the graphics like we are doing the other items. Hold a short contest for all graphic designers on the board.
    Think that could be put into announcement or something? I'm sure there'll be more than just the cover that needs work done; I'd love to put my two cents in for design. :D
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    Is it too late to contribute recipes? I would love to share my favourites and my inventions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atropa
    Asparagus and Sweet Pea Casserole

    2 cans asparagus
    2 cans Leseur peas
    3 sliced hard boiled eggs
    8 oz. shredded sharp cheddar cheese
    2 cans mushroom soup
    bread crumbs (Italian flavored are best)

    In a regular sized casserole dish layer the ingredients as follows:
    asparagus
    eggs
    sweet peas
    cheese
    mushroom soup
    bread crumbs

    Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes or until it's bubbly and brown.
    This has become a tradition for my family at all gatherings, and I've been known to make an entire supper out of it.
    Thanx atropa, sounds yummy,*drool*
    Yours, with gusto,
    Windi


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