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    This is an amazingly simple recipe for Banana Bread that my mom has used for the last 35 years. It is SOOOOOOO GOOOD!!!!

    Recipe #417921

    I found this Recipe on "From Karen's Kitchen." Per her Website "Rolled Fondant is an icing substance that is rolled out and used as a covering for cake, which traditionally is first covered with a layer of marzipan or a thin layer of buttercream icing or apricot glaze to seal in flavor and the moisture of the cake. Cakes covered with rolled fondant can be decorated with royal or buttercream icing."

    Recipe #361282

    This recipe came from a newspaper about 35 years ago. My family has used it so much that it is tough to read. It goes great with brats. I hope you enjoy it...

    Recipe #306625

    These are the worlds greatest sugar cookies! Mrs. Sweet (Yes, that was her real name,) lived down the street from my dad when he was little. Sometimes she would open her back door and say "Boys, would you like some cookies’ and all the kids would come running. She usually made round cookies and put red hots on them. The original recipe just said ‘Flour enough for stiff dough’ – I have estimated it at 4 ½ c – 5 c. If you don’t put in enough it is not big deal; it will just absorb more flour when rolling it out and cutting the shapes.

    Recipe #269640

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