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    Recipes from Family Members

    These are recipes from my family members, both closely related and extended. As you can see, my mom, sister, and husband have their own Zaar accounts here!
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    This recipe is when I was a child growing up learning to cook. It's very good. And very easy for a child to make with a little help.

    Recipe #107364

    This comes from my sister Terry, and was published in the church cookbook for the Molalla Christian Church, here in Oregon. Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #107116

    This is a great recipe from the Lancaster County cookbook.

    Recipe #107114

    This is my mother in law Carol's recipe. Great for summer picnics and the holidays! Prep time does not include freezing.

    Recipe #107112

    This is a delicious recipe from my mother in law. She's made this for many years, and the recipe was in our church cookbook.

    Recipe #107111

    We had some beautiful *huge* shrimp and some fresh sausage from Seattle's Pike Place Market that we wanted to cook for dinner, so here's what my husband did with them. He put together a sort of paella from foods we had in the veggie bin and pantry. It was absolutely delicious!!

    Recipe #115151

    Called that not because Julie makes it, but because hubby Mike makes it and it's Julie's favorite! :)

    Recipe #27133

    Most people have heard of "Apple Brown Betty" but this is a version for when you'd like something a bit different and/or you don't have any apples about. From what I understand, a jam version is also as quite traditional as apple, made during lean times. When we've made this we used various kinds of jams or jellies, or sometimes a mixture! It's a good way to use up those almost-empty jars in the fridge to make way for fresh ones. :) You can make this with leftover flavored breads, too, such as zucchini or gingerbread - yum!

    Recipe #49665

    This is the plain old fashioned macaroni salad my grandma used to make, which is still my sister Cathy's favorite.

    Recipe #30849

    Old fashioned and from the Family Recipe Box, in my own teenaged handwriting.

    Recipe #27975

    Old fashioned, this is from my Family Recipe Box.

    Recipe #27933

    From my Family Recipe Box, here's a nostalgic look at an overnight chicken casserole. From the Family Recipe Box, in Grandma's handwriting. Attributed to Luelle Swanson. Note from Julie: I can see many things I'd do differently with this recipe to update it. I'd add garlic, for more flavor, and more onions. Perhaps green onions, as well. Some cayenne, too.

    Recipe #28038

    Old fashioned, this is Grandpa's and is in my Family Recipe Box.

    Recipe #27969

    Old fashioned, this is from my Family Recipe Box. From the Family Recipe Box, in Grandpa's typewriting.

    Recipe #27926

    I remember having this at Grandma and Grandpa's when I was little...From the Family Recipe Box, in Grandpa's typewriting.

    Recipe #28191

    This was my dad's favorite pie, and my mom got the recipe from his mother. It's been replicated all over the internet in the past few years. I think the first incidence can be documented to 1995.

    Recipe #27021

    I remember our family making batches of this in the years before wine coolers were made commercially available. It's a nice, refreshing drink for summer days!

    Recipe #28502

    More about process than ingredients, Dad very carefully taught me how to make his grilled cheese sandwiches this way so that they came out perfect every time. :)

    Recipe #28427

    Old fashioned, this is from my Family Recipe Box. From the Family Recipe Box, in Grandma's handwriting and dated 3/13/76. Attributed to "Schopf."

    Recipe #28006

    From my Family Recipe Box, Mom loves this sandwich! "This sandwich is a 'smashing success'... in more ways than one. It's a great traveler." You must admit, it is pretty amusing. :) From the Family Recipe Box, dated 3/1/85. The sandwich keeps well, chilled, and is good for taking along on picnics and camping trips.

    Recipe #27931

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