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    Miss Annie's Favorite Recipes

    This cookbook contains some of my favorite recipes. Not all tried and true recipes, but I have eaten ALL of these dishes (no, not all at once ). I hope you can find something you might like.
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    These are wonderful little muffins. I could never pass these little gems up. Courtesy of the Abilene, Texas Country Club.

    Recipe #29835

    This dish is absolutely fantastic. It has some wonderful ingredients that give a taste treat experience you won't forget.

    Recipe #42068

    This is a decadent chocolate cake. It is very, very rich. If you want to make a Mounds Cake, just leave the almonds off. Cook time is an estimate for the cake only.

    Recipe #27052

    Almond Joy Fudge Brownies These are wonderful and simple.

    Recipe #3161

    In response to a recipe request. I think there are about 10 2 oz. servings in this recipe. Just remember, there is alcohol in the jello! I have not made these, so I am guessing at the prep time.

    Recipe #54447

    You can use the cheapest cuts of meat in this recipe because the vinegar in the peppers breaks down the fibers in the meat. This recipe is from The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever by Natalie Haughton. I sometimes stuff the beef, peppers and chopped fresh tomatoes into pita breads.

    Recipe #46982

    Oh yes! This is a good, hearty, filling soup. You won't need much else when serving this dish.

    Recipe #33081

    These little pies were taken to the church for the children to eat so they would be quiet. They would be great for picnics, potlucks, breakfast, or for visiting grandkids. They freeze well.

    Recipe #24498

    A dish that can be served plain, or add sauted shrimp, or whatever else you can think of. The basic recipe is good. We enjoy it plain too.

    Recipe #29172

    This is a tasty cheese ball. Posted in reply to a request.

    Recipe #80601

    This is an easy meal to put on the table. I love to make this in the fall and winter. The chile powder from New Mexico makes a lot of difference, but you could make your own chile powder from chile pods, or buy it at the store. NOTE: If you buy chili powder (like McCormick) from the store, it is a blend of ingredients. Omit the oregano if you use it.

    Recipe #72606

    This is a wonderful breakfast or brunch dish. I make several at one time so I can freeze some for a quick breakfast. Freeze in single portions, then reheat in the microwave or toaster oven.

    Recipe #12601

    This meat loaf will remind you of diner food on old Route 66, a real blast to the past.

    Recipe #9803

    This stew is great when you have errands to run, go shopping, go skiing (the original name was Ann's Skier Stew)....whatever. Great with crusty hot French bread or sourdough bread.

    Recipe #28545

    This is a combinations of many recipes I have used to make fajitas. I like this one best. You may also use pork tenderloin, pounded to 1/2" thickness instead of the skirt steak. Lamb or chicken could also be used.

    Recipe #25837

    I have been making these pralines for 20 years. They are creamy, not sticky, and do not have that gritty sugar texture.

    Recipe #40800

    This is salsa that has a good smokey flavor to it. We love it in the summer when the tomatoes are "real".

    Recipe #39998

    This is a nice variation on the usual relish. The basic sweetness comes from the apples, so don't go for a tart apple. Leftovers are great mixed into cereal.

    Recipe #44141

    The source of this recipe is from Antoine's Restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Recipe #64162

    Make your own syrup for French Toast Strata, pancakes, or waffles. Use more or less cinnamon according to your preferences.

    Recipe #60453

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