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    these are the recipes from darlene kossman there are mid western and 60 years of farm cooking and church pot lucks there are some older recipes from her mother and since she was 85 years old when she died , so those suckers are old . there are some great casseroles and lots of eggplant and cakes and pies some of restys recipes are here also , shes filapeno and they are great
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    From Darlene Kossman, March 1988. She got it from Fern Berg and said it was very good. Copied in her recipe book.

    Recipe #368449

    I found this recipe this morning on the www.backofthebox.com website. Here is what the website says: This moist and tempting banana bread made with Bisquick® mix has a sweet chocolate surprise. Success Hint: You may be tempted to add extra chocolate chips to batter, but try not to. The additional chips may sink to the bottom during baking.

    Recipe #325300

    This recipe was given to me by a coworker. I normally don't like mints, but these are great. She says that the batter is a little dry, but never add more liquid than what is needed. She also said the light cream cheese doesn't work well. She uses candy molds for her mints.

    Recipe #108241

    from darlene kossman old recipe

    Recipe #342454

    Recipe #466527

    Old dessert from Tilden Ne.

    Recipe #466528

    From Nicki Thelen Tilden Ne. Old recipe; think you could use food processor instead of grinder.

    Recipe #466529

    Old recipe from Tilden Ne used applesauce. I really did not taste caramel, but it is a very good applesauce bread. It was very easy to put together.

    Recipe #466530

    Old recipe; has no egg, is very moist and rich, and bakes in a loaf pan . This version has a frosting that cooks as cake is cooling. From Tilden Ne. This recipe rocks.

    Recipe #466531

    Very old recipe, Tilden Ne; you could use shortening instead of lard.

    Recipe #466549

    Old recipe from Tilden Ne. Seems to be a spice cake. I think I would add another teaspoon baking powder, but I am writing it as written. Mia from Germany has a similar recipe so this is probably German in origin.

    Recipe #466550

    This recipe uses Skippy peanut butter in a crumble; old recipe, probably from a jar of Skippy peanut butter.

    Recipe #466551

    Nicky Thelen, Tilden Ne very old recipe; very nice spice cake. You may need a sauce for this cake and I think recipe #450163 is the one that goes with it; it is wicked good.

    Recipe #466552

    Old recipe from Tilden Ne; has coconut, oats, and nuts. No real instructions given.

    Recipe #466553

    These are really good; sounds weird but tastes good.

    Recipe #466579

    Old recipe from Tilden Ne; uses alum.

    Recipe #467278

    Very old recipe for brined pickles that are not put in jars; they are put in 2 gallon crocks. From Tilden Ne. Use in 10 days. Mrs. E.F. Piper directions not great.

    Recipe #467279

    Old recipe from Darlene Kossman, Tilden Ne; 2 layer bar.

    Recipe #467283

    3 Reviews |  By Marie

    A very easy scrumptious bread put together with a mixer. The only time dough is handled is when it is put in the baking pan. Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #78701

    this is a brinedpickle recipe it takes 3 months that said this is from darlene kossman im writing the recipe as given in the directions its not cooked and is similar to russian brined pickles its very old and alot of experience is probably needed for these pickles they are going to fermint just know this and hopefully im not leaving out an importent step .

    Recipe #415307

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