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    Libbie makes duck this way.

    Recipe #154500

    From H. Bauer via Sally Grosserode; very simple; has 'very good' written on card.

    Recipe #415308

    My Mother-in-law's recipe. This is very simple but very rich. We eat this for lunch in the summer just by itself. This recipe is for people that don't like a fussy salad.

    Recipe #101075

    From soot food; posted for zaar 6.

    Recipe #428332

    This is how our family makes tacos. It was one of the first things I learned to "cook". It seems so easy it shouldn't even be posted. The hardest part is finding enough bowls so everyone can fill the tacos the way they want. Leftovers can be a nice taco salad--if there are any.

    Recipe #110555

    Paul Harvey November 1984. The best soup I have ever tasted.

    Recipe #124116

    This is how Libbie makes potatoes. She's Czech and I have posted her recipes for her family.

    Recipe #154734

    This is how I make my egg salad sandwiches. You can put in what you want and use toast or soft bread.

    Recipe #481752

    I made this up myself; it's pretty good. I make it in the food processor and just fold in the flour but you could use a mixer. I just like that the nuts are chopped finer with the food processor.

    Recipe #133974

    I make this when I don't want just plain rice. It is simple and easy but does boost the rice up a little.

    Recipe #145454

    ive been messing around with several recipes and this is the combo i like best . can freeze these and heat in toaster or microwave the bacon or bananas i are optional

    Recipe #394898

    Craig Claiborne. The stronger the honey you are using the more pronounced the flavor on this recipe.its a very thick batter , i used 1/2 cup honey and 1/2 cup applesauce and came out fine .

    Recipe #155101

    My mother-in-law's recipe.

    Recipe #101360

    My mother-in-law's recipe. It has sour cream and Velveeta cheese in it. It's pretty good. You can use canned or fresh beans for this. Of course if you make it using canned beans, it will not take NEAR as long, lol.

    Recipe #101452

    From my mother-in-law's recipes. It's really old and I don't know where she got it, but it's really coconutty. These are good and she made them a lot when Rudy was little in the 40's and 50's.

    Recipe #112743

    I made this up and it turned out well.

    Recipe #162166

    From Connie Griffin at a Hope Lodge pot luck dinner. It is the best salad. Don't let the ingredients fool you like they did me. She is a great cook guys.

    Recipe #124077

    For Zaar Tour 6.

    Recipe #425487

    Found this copy kat recipe ...

    Recipe #149699

    Molly Katzan. You can make this tahini (sesame butter) tastes similar to peanut butter cookies (not as sweet). You can make without the sesame seeds and you don't have to roll them out either. They are really good stuff!

    Recipe #155684

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