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Ron Douglas

THANK YOU, you just made my day!! I check here everyday and I have tried alot of recipes, this site ROCKS

You’re right - this sight is fantastic! I love it and tell my friends about it. You should become a member! :smiley:

Does anyone have a great recipe for green pepper soup? I have only had it in restaurants and would love to fix it for my Mom…I tried to find one in all the lists but to no avail. Know that someone out there has one for me…you all always come through.

seems like a good time and spot to express my extreme pleasure for this site…it’s absolutely MARVELOUS…so many EXCELLENT recipes and AWESOME committment by members. A special thanks to Kitchen Witch, B-Man to name a few… Thanks ALSO Admin for the enormous task in making this all possible…Terriffic site…Thank you… Cowgirl

Was wondering if anyone out there has ever tried the date bar mix that Duncan Hines, Pillbury or Betty Crocker used to sell, it is no longer on the shelves and my daughter and grandson were just wild about them. It was a 2 part, l bag for crumb mixture and the other date. I sure would love to be able to make it for them.

indiana anna -

Although I have never made them from the mix - I will post the ones that I have made in the Recipe Exchange. Let me know if they are close.

Kitchen Witch

1 1/2 sticks of butter
3 cups sugar
2/3 cup evapoter milk
1 jar of marshmellow cream
12 oz chocolate chips
1t. vanilla

Mix together first 3 ingredients over medium heat until it starts to bubbling. keep stiring for 5 minutes(set your timmer). Mix last 3 ingredients. Add any kind of nuts if you like. Put into greased 9x9 pan

[quote=“jackie thorpe”]1 1/2 sticks of butter
3 cups sugar
2/3 cup evapoter milk
1 jar of marshmellow cream
12 oz chocolate chips
1t. vanilla

Mix together first 3 ingredients over medium heat until it starts to bubbling. keep stiring for 5 minutes(set your timmer). Mix last 3 ingredients. Add any kind of nuts if you like. Put into greased 9x9 pan

Try not to laugh, but I’ve looked at various places on the forum, clicked on as many icons as I could, but I STILL don’t see how I can just post a recipe. I see how to REPLY to something (as I’m doing now). Is THAT how people post?

Trying to find some sort of clue, I clicked on “getting started,” but I didn’t see any instructions or diagrams that explained precisely how to post anything. Where’s the “post” icon, for example?

Welcome Michigalinda!

Don’t let this site scare you - it is a bit overwhelming at first because we have a very active site.

You posted your request just fine - now I know you can post a new thread.

Maybe you should post your first recipe in the RECIPE EXCHANGE.

Click RECIPE EXCHANGE

Click NEW THREAD

Type in your message/recipe/comment or copy/paste from your source.

When finished click SUBMIT REPLY.

If you want to preview your post before you submit it - click on PREVIEW POST and if you need to make any changes you can, then click SUBMIT REPLY.

I hope this helps - if you need any more hlep just give a holler!!

Once again - welcome aboard - and we hope you like our site as much as we do.

Kitchen Witch

Thank you for the much-needed instructions. Because of your assistance, I just now managed (or so I think, anyway) to post my very first recipe at the Recipe Exchange. It’s one that I’ve served at family style get-togethers and at buffet dinners, and each time I’ve been asked for the recipe. It’s called “Bayou Bliss Seafood Casserole,” and it’s proven to be a reliably good recipe.

Congratualtions! You did it! We hope you have more good recipes to share with us!

KW