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    Family Recipes

    This collection of recipes include those I have submitted that are family recipes as well as those I have found on Recipezaar that are very similar to our family recipes.
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    47 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is an excellent treat for the kids; sure to bring a smile to their faces!

    Recipe #17865

    Custard is a British institution! Sponge puddings and crumbles just wouldn't be the same without it! This will make a custard of a pouring consistency. IMPORTANT: In order to have a smooth (not lumpy) custard, use a heavy-bottomed saucepan, and stir constantly! If you have to walk away from the stove, remove saucepan from heat. Another delicious find from Great British Cooking.

    Recipe #111062

    9 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    What could be more warming on a cool autumn or winter night than hot apple cider, easily made and infused with exotic spices?

    Recipe #37819

    A simple and easy to make but oh so yummy recipe. Known as Apple crumble in the UK and Apple Crisp in the US

    Recipe #82925

    Authentic Pat's Philly Cheesesteak. Principally made up of thinly sliced pieces of steak and melted cheese on a long italian roll with vegetable options. It truly is a Philadelphia comfort food.

    Recipe #73250

    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    Making this bread every Easter has been a tradition for my family. It is worth the work at least once a year. Great sliced and toasted with butter for breakfast or just plain. I have recently found that using bread flour helps the bread rise better and I have been able to half this recipe without a problem. You can use butter in place of the Crisco if you wish. Please note it should be 3 .25 oz envelopes yeast, it looks in the way the ingredients came up that its just one envelope but it should be three.

    Recipe #165701

    4 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This recipe from my Italian great great Aunt has been prepared by my mother and my grandmother and now by me! Great with coffee, keeps well, very delicious!

    Recipe #165698

    I had this dip at my dad's house during Christmas. It was really delicious, and normally I don't even like mayo based dips! We ate it with crackers, bread, and tortilla chips. This is made in the microwave, but if you like all the crusty stuff on top, stick it under the broiler for a minute or two afterwards to brown it. Since I have not made this myself yet and the recipe as written does not have cooking times, the cooking time is a guess, but I would just cook it a minute or two at a time and keep a close watch on it. I did a search and looked through all the relevant matches here for artichoke dip, and did not find this one.

    Recipe #114751

    1 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This is great for brunches, especially with ham, the way cranberry sauce is good with turkey. My mother has always made this.

    Recipe #169108

    from the Tavern on the Green restaurant, New York City

    Recipe #26472

    This is perfect for a weekend family breakfast because it can be prepared the night before and then popped into the oven in the morning.

    Recipe #100542

    This was my grandmother Alice Carbo's recipe. It is for a versatile dressing that can be used for different types of salads. Just change the seasonings that you use in it (celery salt, prepared mustard, salt, pepper, dill, etc.).

    Recipe #177057

    A different way to serve green beans. My family members who don't like green beans will eat these.

    Recipe #61540

    This is a yeast-risen cake that is based on our family's Easter Bread. I have never made it, but found it on the back of a very old index card of my grandmother's. It looks to be an easier version of the bread (#165701). The instructions are vague, but I'm going to do the best I can. Times are estimates and I have no idea how much this makes.

    Recipe #177056

    2 Reviews |  By Demandy

    This was my grandmother's recipe (Alice Carbo), or at least I found it among her collection of postcards and things, and it had her name on it. It looks interesting, but I haven't tried it. Kind of like a cross between a deviled egg casserole and eggs benedict. Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #176741

    My grandmother Alice Carbo would often make this light-textured cake for birthdays.

    Recipe #176680

    13 Reviews |  By Laudee

    These are really good Pizzelles. I found the recipe in a cookbook called The Frugal Gourmet Cooks Italian. I use Watkins Vanilla in mine, but you're welcome to use Anise if you prefer. These are traditionally made at Christmas time, but we like them all year long. If everything is uniform the yield is probably close to 5 or 6 dozen pizzelles. They keep very well in a plastic bag or covered plastic container. Prep. time and yield are approximate. You'll need a Pizzelle iron for this recipe. I use an electric model and plug it in prior to mixing the batter. It's heated and ready to use when I get the batter made. Spray tops and bottoms of mold with Pam (lightly) each time you add new batter to molds.

    Recipe #39796

    2 Reviews |  By CFScott

    I got this recipe from my aunt who would make them every Christmas. If you like chocolate and peanut butter you will love these!

    Recipe #148592

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