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Fun for kids and easy to reheat, providing you have some leftover!
You are a grown-up. Therefore you need to take advantage of it and do so by having cake for breakfast!
American Cookery, December 1920
Adjusted to modern cooking
A dessert sauce from Bon Appetit, 1987. Make a head of time. Chill time is included in the cook time.
This is a vegan recipe that everyone can enjoy. From from the food log, Harriet's Tomato
This is from Martha Stewart Kid's recipe, Spring 2006
Cooking time is the estimated refrigeration time
Want to try.
A tasty version of corn bread
From the National Honey Board
From Gourmet magazine, March 2006
This is a recipe I found online and its the closet I have found to a drink that a local coffee shop used to serve. Try it with many different flavors. Use the flavored syrups they sell to flavor desserts and coffees.
This can be either a side dish or an appetizer. This was originally from a diabetic cook book. We cut the pan into 9 as a side dish but you can easily make them smaller for appetizers.
This sauce is good for serving with pancakes, waffles, ice cream, etc. Best served hot or warm.
A nice change in a bread for snacks
posted by Lura Lee from ineedcoffee.com
Quick and easy. Adjust amount of sugar to match the sweetness or lack of with the berries.
This cake is similar to a pound cake and should be served without icing. Aging improves the flavor and it is best when two or three days old.
This recipe dates from 1928.
For steak, chicken, pork
These are for those chocolate emergencies that creep up on you. From the book Sticks & Scones.
These are VERY rich.
Bacon and Potato Soup
By Tandy Higgins
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