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    There was a restaurant famous for these in Nebraska, actually they were famous for all their desserts. These were always a family favorite and I've had the recipe for many years. This calls for 9 eggs and no it is not a misprint !

    Recipe #228914

    Watched her make these on Everyday Italian. Looks like they were simple to make, which is good because I bet they would be eaten very quickly !

    Recipe #236108

    These yummy brownies came from a lady I knew that worked in a high school lunchroom. The pan is a large jelly roll pan with 1" sides. My kids love these !

    Recipe #230277

    The Amish community sure makes great white bread ! I have not included prep time here, only bake time.

    Recipe #236824

    Who doesn't love warm cobbler...and purple teeth ? You may substitute any fresh fruit for the blueberries.

    Recipe #236823

    I got this off the internet years ago from a dinner board and have been making it since. Very basic mix, so feel free to add different amounts of each ingredient to suit your tastes. Makes nice gifts for the holidays ! Don't forget to top your cocoa with marshmallow creme.

    Recipe #236487

    From the National Cowboy Hall of Fame Chuck Wagon Cookbook. This is made with mayonnaise and buttermilk, which in my opinion, has the best flavor for a ranch dressing.

    Recipe #236485

    From the Route 66 Cookbook. This sounds like comfort food and one that my family will surely enjoy ! Serve over wild rice, pasta or mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #236484

    From Hall's Potato Harvest Cookbook. Tender inside and nice and crusty outside. They suggest serving them with chicken breasts or steak. I suggest making a bunch of them !

    Recipe #236483

    This comes from a South Carolina cookbook called Feeding the Faithful. On my list of need to makes as they sound divine !

    Recipe #236472

    You don't need an ice cream maker for this recipe, only a saucepan and food processor. It sounds heavenly ! Published in Redbook, June 2007

    Recipe #236119

    A great recipe for older kids to make and enjoy.

    Recipe #234760

    When corn on the cob is in season, take some time to put some away for winter. Serving size based on 1 quart.

    Recipe #234758

    Another midwesterner here whose family loves these little gems. This recipe came from a 'best loosemeat recipe' contest in Iowa and this is the winner. My favorite as well ! The chicken broth gives it a very nice flavor.

    Recipe #231784

    My mom is British and has been making this for years. My favorite meal growing up and now it's turned into my teenagers favorite as well. OXO cubes are an English bouillon cube which you can crumble in your fingers. They come in a red box and can be found where English foods are bought. NOTE: If you don't use OXO brand cubes, it completely changes the taste and the salt content !

    Recipe #230301

    A Kansas City restaurant called Stephenson's Apple Farm is known for these. This recipe is a clipping I had from a newspaper from who knows when. Could be their actual recipe or a very good copycat ! Custom yield is 1 batch. Please make any size your family prefers.

    Recipe #236836

    This brings back memories of early childhood in England. I love making this up, but I finish the whole thing as my kids don't understand my joy of this treat.

    Recipe #236841

    This is my favorite scone recipe. It comes from the cookbook, Delicious British Edibles, 1985.

    Recipe #236842

    A nice topping for a Christmas pudding or hot mince pies ! Serving size is one jar.

    Recipe #236843

    This came from an Amish cookbook I've had since 1990. Their breads are fabulous and their cinnamon rolls are out of this world. Sorry there is no icing recipe included here. They either forgot to submit or it's just their secret !

    Recipe #237753

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