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Re:In English please for the UK
Posted: 08/28/2014 07:53:27 AM
A cup is a measurement. We have a conversion calculator if you need to convert it to a different measurement. Go to and you can enter the number of cups to convert and it will convert it to the measurement you need. As far as the wheat wavery crackers, I am not sure exactly what they are and do not know what recipe you are referencing but I would guess that they are just a wheat snack cracker of some type. Let me know if I can help you further.
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Posted: 08/11/2014 07:43:05 AM
Clett, I have a couple of suggestions that might help you when making meatloaf. When placing it in the pan make sure you pack it down tightly. Be sure to cook it long enough and when removing it from the pan use a cooking spatula to loosen the sides; then slide the spatula under the meatloaf to lift it out of the pan. The recipe I use most often is at the following address: We love meatloaf at my house also, so I make this recipe a lot and generally to not have any trouble with it. Good luck with your efforts. I hope some of these suggestions will be helpful.
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Re:Gallon Regrigerator Pickles
Posted: 07/28/2014 12:16:26 PM
Yes, you can use a plastic jar. As for the garlic and dill you can use your own judgment but I would suggest slicing up two cloves of garlic to add to each layer, so 6 cloves altogether. As for dill, I would add two heads of dill per layer. A little more or less of the garlic and dill will probably not make a big difference. Good luck with your pickles. Hope they turn out good for you.
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Re:Apple & Blueberry (or Huckleberry) Crisp
Posted: 07/27/2014 08:35:51 AM
A 9 x 13 baking pan. I have edited the recipe so that the size is now indicated. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
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Re:cream cheese lemon bars
Posted: 07/14/2014 08:59:13 AM
A lemon cake mix is just a standard cake mix. It is located in the baking supplies department of your supermarket along with all the other boxed cake mixes. It will indicate that it is a lemon cake on the front of the box. Hopefully this will not be hard to find.
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Re:Best Ever Baked Beans Recipe
Posted: 07/02/2014 07:57:32 AM
A 3 or 4 quart casserole dish or a 9 x 12 rectangular baking dish should work. If using a 9 x 12, the baking time should be reduced slightly.
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Re:bagels yum
Posted: 06/23/2014 08:22:54 AM
I have never made them so I am not sure but I would think you could. If the dough rises too much, punch it back down and let it rise again at room temperature before boiling in the am. If they haven't raised enough, let them set at room temperature until they have risen properly. The dough should be double in size when properly raised.
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Posted: 06/10/2014 10:52:22 AM
Thanks you for your comments. We are aware of the value of the nutritional information and are looking at adding the nutritional information for our recipes sometime in the future.
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Re:how many this serves
Posted: 03/30/2014 9:26:06 PM
I am sorry but I need to have you post the name of the recipe before I can answer your question. You did not indicate what recipe you were inquiring about. Thanks.
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Re:chicken cheese dish
Posted: 03/28/2014 12:04:46 PM
If you are referring to the Swiss Cheese Chicken recipe it should feed 8, allowing 1 chicken breast per serving. But if you are serving a couple of hungry appetites you may want to figure only 6 servings.
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