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    This recipe comes from the cookbook that accompanied my first microwave, in 1974. These salty, crunchy pecans are good for snacking. They also go well with drinks. You may want to adjust the amount of seasoned salt to your taste, particularly if you use salted butter.

    Recipe #386209

    These spiced pecans are very popular, particularly at bake sales. I don't remember where I got the recipe, but I've been making them for at least thirty years. The hardest part is not eating all the nuts as they cool.

    Recipe #386200

    A rich, creamy soup that's very easy to make. I came up with this recipe when faced with a bowl of soaked navy beans and the requirement to do something with them, using what I had on hand. This is a very flexible recipe, as you can use any small bean and substitute ham for the bacon. The bacon should be the premium smoked, thick-sliced bacon that's usually sold in bulk. Try to get the leanest they have. If you can't find this, Oscar Mayer has a thick-sliced premium bacon that comes in 12-oz packages. Use one package. If you use ham, get one of the no-water-added hams from the deli section, like Black Forest or brown sugar cured, and use about a third of a pound, chopped coarsely. Using ham will reduce the richness, of course, which may not be all bad. This soup is very good right out of the pan, but it's even better the next day.

    Recipe #386006


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