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    This came from a Tea Room (closed many years ago) in Easton, MD. I believe it was given to my grandmother in the 1950s. It has been a family tradition for over half a century, no other pumpkin pie will do!

    Recipe #506012

    This came from a newspaper years ago. It is one of the few recipes I have seen that does NOT have chocolate in it. The heat level can be controlled by using milder chili powder and pepper(s) or by slightly decreasing the amounts of the same--either way, the flavor is excellent! Not chili as most of us think of it, but definitely worth a try.

    Recipe #142873

    I believe this is one of James Beards' recipes, cut from a newspaper years ago. Pretty tasty! And not as complicated as you may think.

    Recipe #142871

    My dh traditionally has this on a plain angel food cake. The frosting is not too sweet and the cake must be kept in the fridge.

    Recipe #142870

    From Grandmom's recipe box.

    Recipe #91837

    A long, long time ago, in a far away state, in an 8th grade home-ec class we made these. I liked them then and still do! I generally use a lean ground beef, any ground meat would be fine though.

    Recipe #91836

    Another oldie from who knows where! Good, tho. From before microwaves, so feel free to melt the chocolate the new-fangled way !

    Recipe #90570

    This came from my grandmother's recipe file. She notes that it is "Tried and Good" and that is extra good served with fried seafood.....

    Recipe #90427

    Got this years ago at a potluck. I've had a lot of lasagnas since then, and this is still my favorite.

    Recipe #90343

    I think I found this on the back of the soup can, but I really don't remember. Easy and tasty!

    Recipe #90342

    This recipe multiplies up very easily, and sometimes I use the beef broth that doesn't need to be diluted. Just make sure to keep the liquid in a roughly 50% tomato soup 50% beef broth proportion. We usually have King's Hawaiian Bread with this. I prefer sweet sausage but you could use hot or make the meatballs from hamburger, etc. The type of meat you use will change the flavor of the soup.

    Recipe #84421

    I usually use this on a sheet cake.It really is like having fudge for a topping!

    Recipe #78040

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