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    John Nance Garner (Cactus Jack) served in the Texas Legislature and later served as Speaker of the House of Representatives in Washington D C. He was elected Vice-President of the United States in 1932 and commented that it was the only demotion he ever had. This was a favorite cake of Mr. Garners. It was originally published in the "Progressive Farmer" magazine.

    Recipe #95142

    Yummy peach dessert! This recipe was published in a collection of Texas recipes in 1984, and is really good if you like a lot of crust in your cobbler. Serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream. Decadent!

    Recipe #95060

    This is a quick and easy Tex-Mex recipe that you can use as a main dish. Served with a salad, it makes a meal. You may also serve it as an appetizer by serving it in a chafing dish with a basket of tortilla chips for dipping.

    Recipe #95058

    These are good without the jalapenos, but if you're making them for Tex-Mex addicts like me, leave the peppers in! You can make them up ahead of time and bake about 10 minutes before your guests arrive.

    Recipe #94778

    Soup is such a comfort food. Manuel's Cafe y Bar on Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas makes this soup and everyone raves about it! It's wonderful served with crusty cornbread sticks.

    Recipe #94618

    Being from Texas, I love spare ribs! The fact that they're cooked at a lower temperature for a long time, makes them really tender. The ginger peachy sauce makes them yummy!

    Recipe #94617

    This is a different meat dish to serve with pasta. I usually serve it with bow-tie pasta or rigatoni. It can also be served with fettuccini or spaghetti. A crisp salad and some crusty bread and you have a great meal.

    Recipe #94605

    I get lots of requests to "bring your squash dish" to different gatherings. I first tasted this dish at Luby's Cafeteria. It was published in their 50th Anniversary cookbook and I have adapted it to my taste. The original recipe calls for pimento or red sweet peppers instead of green chilis. I'm allergic to bell peppers so I found a substitute. You could also use seeded, chopped fresh tomatoes for a different taste.

    Recipe #94446

    This is a yummy flavor filled chicken dish. It's perfect for those hot summer says when you don't want to heat up the kitchen. It can also be prepared in the broiler. I did not include marinating time in the total prep time. I like to serve it with a rice dish and a spinach salad. A cool key-lime pie would make it a perfect meal!

    Recipe #94389

    I like this recipe to serve at a spring brunch. It's easy to prepare and there's never any left. This is better if it is prepared & placed in the refrigerator over-night prior to baking. The resting time is not included in the prep time.

    Recipe #94296

    A friend gave me this recipe. I serve it with twice-baked potatoes and a salad made with mixed greens.

    Recipe #94286

    I have been a "fool" for anything orange since childhood. The batter will keep overnight in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #94176

    This is a good meatless dish, but if you prefer meat, you can add diced boiled chicken.. The amount of prep time it takes depends on how quickly you can roll tortillas.

    Recipe #94075

    This is a good Tex-Mex recipe for a hearty soup to warm you on a cold winter day. It was first printed in the Junior League Cookbook in the city in which I live. It tastes better the longer it cooks. You can use a crock-pot to cook it. I prefer the hot green chilies, but I was raised on Tex-Mex food and must have a cast iron stomach! I usually serve this with grated cheese on top and cornbread. This soup freezes well.

    Recipe #94004

    This is a good recipe to use when you're having guests. You can serve it with mashed potatoes or noodles. I usually serve it with noodles and seldom have leftovers. From the Good Housekeeping Cookbook.

    Recipe #93883

    This is a good dish to serve with turkey & the trimmings during the holidays. It can be prepared ahead of time and keeps well in the freezer. There is no cooking time...just freezing time.

    Recipe #93813

    None of my family likes candied fruit...what is that "green stuff" anyhow? My mother found this recipe about 50 years ago and we all love it.

    Recipe #93698

    This recipe makes a ton and can be prepared quickly. It is a good dish to take when someone is ill or has a new baby. I try to keep all of the ingredients on hand so I can prepare it in a hurry. It was given to me by a friend.

    Recipe #93608

    I like this recipe because you don't have to sift the ingredients. You just mix it all together and bake it. Leave the cake in the pan you cook it in and frost it while it's still warm. I have used this recipe for so long that I don't remember where I got it. Great for chocolate lovers! I'm editing this to add that this is a very dense, moist cake. It has a very mild cinnamon taste so if you prefer a stronger cinnamon presence, just add more cinnamon. I usually do put more cinnamon in. In fact, I don't really measure it. I just dump some in.

    Recipe #93500

    This is a good recipe for those folks who are in a hurry and don't want to take the time to sift dry ingredients. It was given to me by a friend who took it to a church dinner and received many requests for the recipe. I use apricot jam between layers as a filling for a different taste.

    Recipe #93383

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