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  1. Make It Yourself
    These are a really good bagel recipe. When I saw Brenda67's recipe for bagel bites, I thought I might try her recipe with these! 1 pkg dry yeast 1 1/3 c. hot water 1/3 cup brown sugar 5 cups flour Additional 10 cups water 10 TBS sugar Mix yeast & 1 1/3 c. hot water. Add brown sugar and...
  2. Health and beauty NaturalNews) This is an excerpt from Brenda Cobb's interview for the Raw Summit, a complete interview encyclopedia of cutting edge living and raw food knowledge. You can find the complete transcripts and audios at ( In this...
  3. Holidays-Special Occasions-Celebrations
    Happy Birthday, I hope you have a great day today!!! :grwave::grwave::grwave:
  4. Writing Forum To prepare for next months release of DEADLY ILLUSIONS, for January, Brenda is giving one lucky winner an autographed copy of her last "Deadly" novel, DEADLY PROMISE.
  5. Simple Living
    This week I've picked Brenda (sinclairwife) for our weekly thank you. Brenda you share so much information with all the recipes, hints and tips you post.. I want to say a huge thank you for doing so. Were so glad your a part of the village. Lets all give Brenda a huge thank you this week.
  6. Kitchen Basics
    My family loved it! Not sure how I could have rolled it like the recipe said. Dd said it was more of a calzone. But they loved it. 2yo loved that I gave him sauce to dip it in (and paint himself with, of course). We will definately make this again. Thanx!
  7. Kitchen Basics
    Hi Brenda, we tried your Salmon Chowder the other day only we used tuna and it was delicious! (Hubby cooked it for us.) Just wanted to say thanks for the recipe, it'll be one of our regulars now!:D Julia
  8. Holidays-Special Occasions-Celebrations
    Happy Birthday Brenda! Everyday you inspire us to cook up great meals for our families, by sharing your best recipes and we are so thankful to you for that! Today, let this day be extra special for you. Enjoy every minute of birthday!
  9. Kitchen Basics
    A steak (sirloin, chuck or whatever) about 3/4-1" thick (boned) & any weight that you think you need for your family. A little oil (just enough to sear meat in the skillet). HEINZ ketchip (I use generic), enough to have meat swimming in it, yet not deep (maybe 1/2" up skillet). A little...
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