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    betty and sue this tastes just like apple pie but you must eat cold uses green apples that have been frosted a southern dish

    Recipe #488234

    I love to add these pecans to salads of all kinds. Of course, they are pretty great just as they are! Feel free to adjust the seasoning to suit your individual taste. Also, walnuts and mixed nuts are really good fixed this way.

    Recipe #57257

    1 Reviews |  By ninja

    Chipotle powder and sugar combine to lend a spicy/sweet glaze to pecans. Great as a snack or tossed in salads, etc.

    Recipe #318434

    This is a recipe that I borrowed from a great friend and chef, Chef James. This recipe is easy and the pecans come out delicious. They have a slight sweetness from the honey, a salty, nutty flavor from the butter and of course the spicy cayenne kick. These are fantastic in salads or just by the handful.

    Recipe #333200

    7 Reviews |  By loof

    These waffles make a yummy breakfast treat! The recipe was clipped from the Houston Chronicle - not sure how old but the clipping is pretty-well yellowed!

    Recipe #375055

    Here's how to use some of that strawberry rhubarb. I've had this a long time and don't remember where I got it.

    Recipe #233679

    A delicious little accent from the Southern chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947. While this recipe is written in an old-fashioned way, it is perfectly safe if processed using modern methods. If you are unfamiliar with these techniques, please go to http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/how/can_home.html for the current information.

    Recipe #267763

    2 Reviews |  By Anemone

    I found this in an old church-fundraising cookbook. It was so easy, I tried it with chicken in place of the beef. Great for social dinners - get it started before company comes. You can keep it warm for quite awhile if you get to talking!

    Recipe #133247

    These sandwiches are so good and so easy to make.

    Recipe #245142

    I've been using this playdough since I was a little girl, and now I make it for my own little ones!

    Recipe #190186

    8 Reviews |  By ellie_

    An interesting cake that makes good use of brewed coffee and buttermilk.

    Recipe #197965

    Uses canned peaches; in crock pot; from Favorite Recipes Dodge County Extension Clubs 1976. Looks like they might have used this at church functions like pancake suppers or the like.

    Recipe #464629

    From favorite recipes Dodge County Extension 1976; guessing on amount.

    Recipe #464630

    From Dodge County Extension 1976. Always follow Ball canning methods. Very old recipe; no amounts given and instructions are sketchy.

    Recipe #464640

    Raspberry, rhubarb, sugar; that's it; little directions. Dodge County Extension 1976; guessing on amount.

    Recipe #464631

    Dodge Extension Cookbook 1976. Has orange juice and mandarin oranges; really orangey.

    Recipe #464660

    Dodge County Extension 1976. Jell-O, apricots, and whipping cream.

    Recipe #464661

    Dodge County Extension 1976 homemade all the way old recipe. She says this dish freezes and reheats well. I think you might be able to make a couple of pies out of this recipe even though she says one.

    Recipe #464670

    Dodge County Extention 1976 made with canned salmon and Grands biscuits.

    Recipe #464671

    Old cooked frosting recipe made with strawberry Jell-O and egg whites.

    Recipe #464672

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