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    these are the recipes that knocked my socks off on this tour .the other recipes were good but these were great , to me
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    for suet pudding old recipe

    Recipe #505057

    from viola reeve killion meadow grove handwritten school book at least 1940s this is a heavier ,denser, stick to your ribs waffle i added 2 tablespoons more butter to mine

    Recipe #505073

    old recipe viola reeves killion meadow grove ne old school book handwritten 1940s at least said this was best recipe

    Recipe #505069

    tillie kuzel clarkson ne morning bee prize recipe they won 50 cents old recipe. i think you could use egg beaters egg whites. if this thing doesnt fall i think it will be great

    Recipe #505126

    mrs ruth old recipe from meadow grove ne 1930s at least

    Recipe #505139

    from g w box not sure which brand that is,old recipe

    Recipe #505187

    this is how they made pumpkin pie from scratch 1930s meadow grove ne mrs abe mccallum

    Recipe #505143

    mrs l harrocks meadow grove ne at least 1930s old handwritten school book

    Recipe #505142

    old heinz flyer budget saving recipes has liverwurst

    Recipe #505309

    old newspaper clipping,hers was 7 layers sugar swans white roses and lily of the valley made by french pastry chef ferdinand louvas i made this and has good flavor but the texture is off for a cake and changes i would make are in brackets

    Recipe #505311

    very out recipe from crystal sugar used paraffin wax lol raisins and nuts always check ball book ,they did things differently back in the day can probably seal with lids may need water bath

    Recipe #505408

    from viola reeves killion old probably czech since shes from meadow grove nebraska this is saying plums and prunes which rudy said his mom did interchangeably so the amount of sugar is probably for each one.i need to make these to know amount just dont want lose recipe

    Recipe #505413

    Very old newspaper clipping; the Des Moines Register; Dorothy Yeglin was food editor.

    Recipe #505415

    Old handwritten recipe from Viola Reeves Killion, Meadow Grove Nebraska; uses puffed rice.

    Recipe #505469

    viola reeves killion old handwritten recipe all my old ladies had their own recipe for oatmeal cookiesand each one is a little different

    Recipe #505631

    old handwritten recipe no name just ingredients has mustard ginger curry have to brine overnight no amount was given for cukes so im guessing one old recipe says 8 the rest say 24 enough to fill 4 qt jars always look at ball canning this is not a beginners recipe viola reeves killion probably 1930s

    Recipe #505630

    old handwritten recipe from viola killion again she has her own cookbook like my other ladys recipes 30's 40s's 50's this was from doctor 's book? canned beets could be used

    Recipe #505635

    This receipe is simple, yeast, water, flour and salt. The key to the crustiness is to brush the bread with water just before it is placed in the oven. I brush the baguette lightly with salted butter just after baking; it adds a little something

    Recipe #362338

    Very light pancakes. The BIG difference between our style of measuring and the British method is that they use a scale to measure ingredients. Since this is a British recipe, please use a scale to measure the flour and sugar or it will not turn out right. Milk can be measured in a measuring cup. From telegraph.co.uk site.

    Recipe #429494

    Need a spicy side dish? Look no further - Martha to the rescue! Taken from Martha Stewart Living October 2000 and posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #485179

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