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    This is an easy crockpot dinner with a Pacific Island style sauce ... a favorite in my family.

    Recipe #169855

    Flakey and light scones with a subtle orange flavor ... from my friend Janette.

    Recipe #169846

    Another great scone recipe from my friend Janette

    Recipe #169845

    This not quite so sweet version of Honey Oatmeal bread came from my sister Bobbi.

    Recipe #169844

    This is the steamed brown bread that my grandmother always made to serve with her baked beans.

    Recipe #169843

    A variation of a beef broccoli stir-fry, this recipe came from the Heinz.com website.

    Recipe #152555

    These mashed potatoes can be made ahead, then baked in the oven or reheated in a crockpot. Perfect for Thanksgiving and very creamy.

    Recipe #151985

    These muffins are part of our Thanksgiving tradition. Since we have many dishes for this holiday, I often make these muffins in mini-muffin pans and bake them only half as long.

    Recipe #151975

    This recipe came from a Colonial Williamsburg cookbook. It is now part of our Thanksgiving tradition.

    Recipe #151974

    This recipe originally came from a Colonial Williamsburg cookbook. The ginger and nutmeg make it a little different from the majority of creamed spinach recipes.

    Recipe #151973

    This recipe came from a Colonial Williamsburg cookbook. It is now a regular part of our Thanksgiving traditions, served in the afternoon along with other appetizers and a lot of good fellowship.

    Recipe #151972

    This is another of our Thanksgiving recipes that originated in Colonial Williamsburg.

    Recipe #151971

    This appetizer originally came from a Colonial Williamsburg cookbook. It is now part of our Thanksgiving afternoon, leading up to dinner.

    Recipe #151970

    This is another of our favorite recipes from Colonial Williamsburg. Although we always include it in our Thanksgiving menu, we also eat this one for dinner at many other times of year.

    Recipe #151969

    This stuffing recipe used to be on the Mrs. Cubbison's stuffing box before "low fat" became the norm. We still like it this way with all the added veggies.

    Recipe #151968

    There are an awful lot of artichoke dips out there, but this one is my favorite. Very cheesy and you can increase the garlic if you like it strong.

    Recipe #151967

    My friend Barbara makes very good pies, so, if I want a simple old-fashioned apple pie, this is the recipe I use.

    Recipe #151966

    There are many kinds of breakfast egg casseroles, but for my children, this is the one that makes Christmas Christmas. I make it the day before and the first person up on Christmas morning pops it in the oven. Prep time does not include the overnight in the refrigerator which is necessary.

    Recipe #151965

    I got this recipe many years ago from a friend under the name of Viva La Chicken, but that's never what we call it. Regardless of the name, it is one of the favorites in my family and very easy to make. Times do not include letting it sit in the refrigerator overnight.

    Recipe #142207

    This recipe, which was in our church cookbook, is my favorite beef stew that has traditional stew vegetables. The secret ingredient is the cheese.

    Recipe #142205

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