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    5 Reviews |  By TMoney

    This is from a newspaper clipping that my great great aunt Jessie glued to her scrapbook of recipes. Another recipe on the page shows a date of 1938 so I can only assume it was published close to that year. It's actually very similar to my famous rib recipe!

    Recipe #92417

    3 Reviews |  By TMoney

    Another from great great aunt Jessies files. This one is from the Courier Journal, February 20, 1949. It is served with "Braised City Chicken". I actually made this myself and it is very sweet with just a hint of onion essence. Don't be scared off by onions! It is a fantastic side dish!

    Recipe #92418

    2 Reviews |  By TMoney

    Another selection from my great great aunt Jessie's recipe scribbles. I copy them exactly as she wrote them. I have not tried these but keeping for preservations sake. I do not have exact prep or cooking times to share, I would ask, but Aunt Jessie doesn't talk much anymore. She passed a long long time ago. Recipe yields as much or as little as you put in it.

    Recipe #92531

    2 Reviews |  By TMoney

    I have had this recipe for years. I take half the 4lb bag of thighs and save for other use then I throw this marinade right into bag with remaining thighs. Back into freezer it goes. When ready to use I let the whole bag thaw in fridge overnight in the marinade. The following night my chicken is marinaded and ready to go on grill!

    Recipe #124761

    2 Reviews |  By TMoney

    Late night munchies hit and I looked around the kitchen. I found a loaf of foccacia with all the seasonings baked in, yummo. That was the inspiration...

    Recipe #202679

    2 Reviews |  By TMoney

    A 1950 newspaper clipping I found in my great great aunt Jessie's collection. Very basic and easy method of using up that leftover turkey. Prep time includes cooking the noodles but not the turkey!

    Recipe #92183

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    I combined two different recipes and tweaked here and there. I can't remember where they originally came from. The cod will taste just like lobster! It melts in your mouth. This is a family favorite and ask for it every week. This is not a low-calorie dish so beware!!

    Recipe #93185

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    From great great aunt Jessie's recipe scrapbook -- this one comes from The Louisville Times and is dated November 13, 1952. The rest of her page consisted of how to roast a turkey and make stuffing. I figured 50's version was not as exciting to share but this recipe looked interesting.

    Recipe #92741

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    This is a clipping from the March 20, 1949 Courier Journal that was in great great Aunt Jessie's recipe scrapbook. It was titled "Mrs. Edds' Rhubarb Pie Filling" and to appreciate the charm and wit of a country housewife from the 40's I am writing the recipe much the same way the original author did (Mrs. Edd). (I think Mrs. Edd had an issue with double dippers too!)

    Recipe #92544

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    Great great aunt Jessie copied this one from a paper dated August 18, 1949. It sounds interesting and I may try it on a really hot day when cooking over a stove is not on my top ten "fun things to do" list.

    Recipe #92740

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    This was one of the first recipes I ever made when I was knee-high to a microwave. That was so long ago I don't remember how I came across the recipe! These are the sweeter version of traditional baked beans. So easy to do and I would love to know your reviews too!

    Recipe #93188

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    This is about the only way my family likes pork tenderloin. I roast it or grill it. Marinate for 24 hours for best results.

    Recipe #131747

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    Easy way to fancy up the less expensive part of the chicken. Serve over baby spinach or your favorite sauteed green. Posting for safekeeping From Everyday with Rachel Ray.

    Recipe #434104

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    One day while making stuffing for mushrooms I had way too much stuffing leftover. I started throwing other things in the bowl and came up with something really good! I cook by eye so my measurements are guesstimates. Please try it and let me know what you think!

    Recipe #120188

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    I grew up in Provincetown MA and used to order the tuna fish sammie from a little cafe next to the New Art Cinema (where I worked as a teen). This recipe was inspired by that simple little sandwich with my own little twist.

    Recipe #376418

    1 Reviews |  By TMoney

    Found this scribbled on a slip of paper in Great Great Aunt Jessie's recipes from the 40's and 50's. I am copying her scribblings here for preservations sake. I have not made these so I do not have exact times to share.

    Recipe #92129

    I loved the broccoli bacon raison salads from the salad bar but since moving to Texas I haven't seen it. This recipe is my version to fill that craving. Cook time is chillin out in the fridge time.

    Recipe #375442

    This recipe evolved from a basic creamed ham recipe and I keep it in my "what to do with leftover....." file. When I have some hard boiled eggs to use up, I vary the recipe based on what's in the fridge at the time. It's really easy and comes together fast, especially if you measure out the ingredients first and have it all ready to go.

    Recipe #448407

    Super quick and easy appetizer I made for a party. Surprised by all the raves from both the parents and the kids! I set out a bowl of Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce for those that like to dip.

    Recipe #201290

    Another scribbled recipe from my great great aunt Jessie's notebook. She must have liked WELL DONE steak because the times she used seem awful long. My steaks tend to be on the still mooing side so use your discretion as I am copying verbatum the Great Great Aunt Jessie. I would personally add more but I am sharing this for preservations sake. Prep time does not include making the mashed taters.

    Recipe #92275

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