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    I've been making these cookies for over 20 years. I found this recipe in an old Service League Cookbook from the 1950's. The recipe was originally contributed by the Green Bay Day Nursery, and gently tweaked over the years. I can't begin to tell you how many people have asked for the recipe. The cookies do not spread much resulting in a nice thick drop cookie. Because of the large volume of cookie dough this produces, I use my KA Stand Mixer to prepare the dough and just mix the extras in by hand with a sturdy wooden spoon. This dough freezes very well, and can be halved successfully if desired. Don't be intimidated by the long directions as the dough itself is extremely easy, I have added Variations and Fun Tips which make the instructions seem longer. I hope you enjoy these as much as we do.

    Recipe #187879

    5 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    This is one of my favorites. Leftovers freeze well. Adjust the "heat" to your taste, but we like it a little spicier.

    Recipe #165341

    5 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Black-eyed peas, candied bacon, pecan crusted chicken breast-YUM! A terrific summer meal. It looks a little involved, but is really very easy as you can prep everything else as the chicken cooks. Try a Southwestern/Southern fusion by substituting ingredients as you like ex: Black beans vs black-eyed peas, add sliced avocado, Jack vs cheddar, you decide :) We like our corn and beans or peas warmed a bit, and ate this as a slightly warm salad. Note: After making the recipe as directed, I wished I would have doubled the bacon as it really made the salad special.

    Recipe #229112

    7 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    My Husband's Aunt Pat brought this recipe to a family gathering over the holidays. One Taste and I was hooked. This is so easy that even smaller children can make this with supervision. A co-worker told me she substituted Craisins for the raisins, and she was pleased with the results. I thought coconut might be a nice addition as well. Enjoy :)

    Recipe #164459

    6 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    These Sugar Cookies are marvelous! Light, Crispy, Yummy and so easy. I got this recipe from a co-worker many years ago. Dieters beware--it is hard to eat just one. Tip-I have tried to substitute margarine in place of the butter, and the cookies were not as good. I have also used colored sugars for dipping the glass into for the holidays and that worked very well. Not recommended for rolled out cookies as the dough is too delicate.

    Recipe #162844

    A flavorful way to prepare Tri-tip.

    Recipe #147368

    3 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A Southern treat from Martha Stewart

    Recipe #62718

    4 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Very easy and quick. Perfect for classic Boston Cream Pie. Cake is split in half to fill and ice.

    Recipe #61939

    This recipe is one of many Fantastic sanwiches in "Nancy Silverton's Sandwich Book". Great for brunch or dinner. Paula G has a fast and easy way to poach eggs, please check out her Recipe #118761.

    Recipe #60373

    2 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    I adopted this delicious recipe from the Zaar database a few years ago. Who wouldn't love a Julia recipe? :) Recipe can be made in a large cast iron pan or smaller individual cake pans. Source: "Baking with Julia"

    Recipe #50885

    A Low Fat Southwestern treat. I found this hearty appetizer recipe in a magazine a few years ago, and it is one of our family's favorites. Not only is this very easy to make, but the fact that it is made in a slow cooker allows me to prep it earlier in the day before things get too hectic. I think you'll enjoy this as well. Leftovers are yummy spooned over a baked potato.

    Recipe #164460

    7 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Prepare this casserole in advance , wrap tightly, and freeze for up to 3 months. Just defrost in the fridge overnight and bake the next day at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or so.

    Recipe #168739

    8 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    I got this recipe out of a 2001 issue of Taste of Home magazine. It has been a summer favorite since. Try substituting your favorite gelatin flavor in place of the lime gelatin.

    Recipe #168130

    5 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Also very good mixed with chopped leftover steak and served over pasta or rice.

    Recipe #168102

    1 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Transfer a loaf of frozen bread dough from freezer to refrigerator in the morning and it will be ready to use by dinner time.

    Recipe #168099

    1 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A cool way to begin or end a meal. You can whip this together in 5 minutes. Experiment by using different berries that are in season. Each year we wait patiently for my Mom's home grown raspberries to make this.

    Recipe #166607

    2 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    This is one of my adopted recipes that I haven't tried yet. The original author wrote: "This may not be authentic Tex-Mex, but, we like it and I am sure you will too!"

    Recipe #167254

    3 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Baked instead of fried with a creamy bleu cheese dipping sauce.

    Recipe #168012

    Kid's Love these. Try frosting the Cupcake Cones with Kittencal's Really Easy and Good Chocolate Buttercream Frosting Recipe #89207

    Recipe #168045

    7 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Roasted Pecans, YUM! adapted from Prudhomme Family Cookbook

    Recipe #171368

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