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    This pie is made every year by my sister-in-law (a fabulous cook!). It is possible she got this recipe from somewhere else, but I don't know where. But it's so good, I wanted to make sure it was captured properly. (And this way I don't have to keep track of the paper copy.)

    Recipe #403635

    This has been a standard favorite in my family for years. The recipe comes from my father's Aunt Mable who passed away several years ago.

    Recipe #190747

    My mother found this recipe in a Jewish cookbook and decided to try it. It is quick, easy, and tasty.

    Recipe #190702

    My mother found this recipe in a Jewish cookbook but decided to alter it by add hamburger to make it a full meal item.

    Recipe #190704

    This is one of my family's traditional cakes. It's quick, easy, and delicious. And it's a good (and fun!) way to eat oatmeal.

    Recipe #114866

    This recipe is one of my mother's regular holiday offerings (Thanksgiving and Christmas). It's suprisingly easy. And it's a good way to get kids to eat cottage cheese. (I personally don't like cottage cheese by itself, but it really makes this dish.)

    Recipe #114642

    My family and friends expect me to bake them every year at Thanksgiving and/or Christmas, and they get very upset with me when I don't. But baking them is fun, and they taste great! The recipe was initially printed in the Dallas Morning News (mid-70s) as part of a "Junior Chef" summer program for kids.

    Recipe #80212


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