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2 Reviews |  By loof

From a Fleischmann's ad in Country Living - an oh-so-easy and oh-so-yummy treat!

Recipe #267159

1 Reviews |  By loof

My mom was cleaning out one of her closets and came across several folders full of recipes that she had clipped from magazines and newpapers over the years. This recipe came from a column in the Houston Chronicle where readers could send in requests for recipes and submit recipes in answer to the requests. This lovely and delicious cake is great for any occasion!

Recipe #367295

2 Reviews |  By loof

Sweet potatoes, amaretto, and pecans make a wonderful flavor combination in this autumn side dish...

Recipe #266146

This bubbly and lightly-spiced beverage is delightfully refreshing! Recipe found at IndianFoodForever.com

Recipe #483620

2 Reviews |  By loof

A nice fruity cocktail!

Recipe #264075

1 Reviews |  By loof

My daughter recently bought me some vintage cookbooks. This recipe came from Betty Crocker's Dinner in a Dish, published in 1965. This is a good hearty casserole for cold winter days!

Recipe #351276

1 Reviews |  By loof

From a local church cookbook, this biscotti is delicious with a nice cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa.

Recipe #400502

4 Reviews |  By loof

From alldownunder.com, they describe this as 'Aussie hamburger ordered "with the lot" – beetroot, pineapple, fried egg, bacon, grilled onion, cheese, tomato, lettuce'. Sounds like a big tasty burger to me!

Recipe #484053

2 Reviews |  By loof

An impressive appetizer from the Junior League of Greater Lakeland Florida...

Recipe #339016

2 Reviews |  By loof

From a recipe card I got at the grocery store, a wonderful grilled seafood treat!

Recipe #321390

3 Reviews |  By loof

Creamy and fruity... 1/28/09....If you're feeling adventurous, try making this with chef #207616's recipe #314282 - it's fantastic!

Recipe #288718

This tasty bread is not too sweet, very nice toasted, buttered, and served with a hot cup of tea. Barmbrack is the centre of an Irish Halloween custom. The Halloween Brack traditionally contained various objects baked into the bread and was used as a sort of fortune-telling game. In the barmbrack were: a pea, a stick, a piece of cloth, a small coin (originally a silver sixpence) and a ring. Each item, when received in the slice, was supposed to carry a meaning to the person concerned: the pea, the person would not marry that year; the stick, would have an unhappy marriage or continually be in disputes; the cloth or rag, would have bad luck or be poor; the coin, would enjoy good fortune or be rich; and the ring, would be wed within the year. Recipe found at IrishAbroad.com Cook time does not include the overnight soaking of the dried fruit...

Recipe #483657

4 Reviews |  By loof

This dip can be made ahead of time and then baked just before serving. Serve with corn or tortilla chips.

Recipe #261178

2 Reviews |  By loof

This recipe came from one of my mom's old newspaper clippings, modified just a bit to suit our taste. It's easy to make and delicious!

Recipe #416032

2 Reviews |  By loof

This rich and tender beef dish is delicious served over cooked noodles. Adapted from a recipe found at cooks.com

Recipe #482620

3 Reviews |  By loof

Yummy Mexican flavors in this hearty meatless pie!

Recipe #375892

3 Reviews |  By loof

A yummy drink from "The Best of the Bottle".

Recipe #339034

4 Reviews |  By loof

This recipe came from a book called "The Meatball Cookbook Bible", slightly modified to suit our tastes. These different and delicious curry-flavored meatballs are a real treat!

Recipe #425701

A smooth drink for the martini lover! Recipe found at liqueur-drink-recipes.com

Recipe #483659

2 Reviews |  By loof

A tasty breakfast casserole, great served with a fresh fruit salad.

Recipe #269110

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