I grew up amid the citrus groves of Southern California in the '50s. On summer afternoons we kids would take a nap in the lemon grove, sun warming us, bees buzzing overhead. This pie tastes like my dreams there!
I remember Mom making this for dessert when I was a child. I think she got the recipe from an old magazine. It's so easy and economical too! I'm glad to share it since the clipping is falling apart! (This is my first posting!!)
This is another easy family favorite which combines a nice meat loaf with a sweet-sour sauce. The recipe makes two loaves so I usually freeze one for later. This makes a great meal when paired with rice and a fresh veggie and/or a salad. Believe me, you'll like this one!
I love making these rolls every Lent. Don't be put off by the preparation time-it takes 90 minutes for the dough to raise! The cranberries make a delicious difference! Try them-I guarantee you'll love them!
This a traditional fudge using both granulated and brown sugars. The addition of the marshmallow makes it oh so creamy. My mom made this every Christmas and we kids couldn't wait to get our hands on it! Now I never fail to make it myself! We always use walnuts in the recipe but pecans would work too!
This is a much shared recipe served most often at parties and potlucks but it can be easily cut down. It is simply delicious and I gaurantee you will love these beans. Downside? A little expensive but oh so worth it. Make the whole recipe and freeze some-you'll be glad you did!
These cookies are real crowd-pleasers with a delicate flavor and a browned butter frosting. I ALWAYS get requests for the recipe when I share them with friends or bring them to church potlucks. The cashews make them different and the spices and sour cream give them a lovely flavor and consistancy. You'll want this one for your cookbook!
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