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    This makes a hard glaze/frosting for gingerbread (or other rolled cookies if you change the extract to almond or vanilla)

    Recipe #492241

    These make a hard, crunchy cooky that's good for dipping in coffee or tea. My mom would make a "sandwich" with a piece of Schwartzbrot, butter and a gingerbread cookie.

    Recipe #492239

    Spices and candied fruit are in these chewy cookie squares. From an article in Family Circle Magazine 12/11/1979 about delicious Christmas cookies made at the White House by their German chef. (My clipping is falling apart!)

    Recipe #496444

    This yummy chili can be made with real meat or soy/tofu substitutes. I made it for "treat day" at my DH's school. It was Lent and there were a bunch of people who wanted chili, but needed to eat meatless. Everyone likes this but I always have extra chili powder and hot sauce available for those who like it a little hotter.

    Recipe #363996

    A hearty one-pot meal for a cold winter's evening. The original called for "meat from pork's neck" but you can easily use another cut of pork. Also, just called for spices, I interpreted that to be pepper, rosemary, and thyme. Experiment!

    Recipe #457043

    A nice party punch for Christmas or any time. (I have no idea why this has a Hawaiian title - one would think it should contain pineapple juice or something else more tropical... hmm, might have to add pineapple juice myself!!)

    Recipe #457610

    Not Chicken Kiev, or Chicken Cordon Bleu, but Chicken roulades with a Hawaiian twist (including sauce!) From a Hawaiian educational website.

    Recipe #457609

    Another version of Hawaiian upside down cake! From University of Hawaii website.

    Recipe #457642

    1 Reviews |  By Linky1

    This is another version of white chili adapted from Women's Day magazine. Cooking time depends on if you cook on high or low. Corn can be canned or frozen - you can use the whole can by the way! Different kinds peppers can be substituted as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #466305

    This is a recipe from my local newspaper. It sounded good and I didn't want to lose it!

    Recipe #469318

    from Southwest the Beautiful Cookbook. Sounded interesting and didn't want to lose it.

    Recipe #470486

    This recipe is adapted from one I got at the New Orleans School of Cooking in the mid-90's.

    Recipe #474827

    A recipe from Zimbabwe, called Nyama ne Nyemba.

    Recipe #474929

    My mom got this recipe from Mabel, the cook for the family in Baltimore where my mom was the governess in the late 1930's - early 1940's. These were a staple every Christmas when I was a child. Cooking time is approximate for each tray; rolls of dough can be kept in fridge for a week or so.

    Recipe #491071

    In December of 1979, Family Circle magazine published an article on White House cookies. There was a German chef at one time who made a variety of German/Austrian cookies. My pages are falling apart, so I thought I better start to record them here! This recipe is similar to others, but has lots more nuts.

    Recipe #491552


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