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    This was one of mom's "new" favorites that became a staple for a slightly "dressed-up" dinner.

    Recipe #438029

    Another addition to the 1992 cookbook

    Recipe #438026

    Recipe #438024

    Mom hand-wrote this recipe into her cookbook after she had made her additions to the 1992 edition.

    Recipe #438019

    This is a no-frills recipe that uses ingredients that mom commonly kept around the house.

    Recipe #427334

    This was my Dad's favorite.

    Recipe #427333

    There are a number of bean soup mixtures now on the market, with anywhere from 5 to 15 bean varieties. Any will work and all will taste better if the soup is allowed to sit until the second day.

    Recipe #413366

    This was the original recipe that taught me to love zucchini.

    Recipe #413365

    Recipe #413364

    Dana's simple twist on the traditional turkey stuffing makes this special family day even more sumptuous.

    Recipe #413183

    I always keep slivered almonds and rice wine vinegar on hand in order to mix this version of a grilled chicken salad up fast and easy.

    Recipe #412631

    Fajitas from Primo's Mexican Restaurant were judged tops overall of the 12 restaurant entries in the Houston Restaurant Associations Fajita Meet in 1986. We were already fans of the restaurant, so when the Houston Chronicle printed the recipe, I clipped it and have been pulling out the yellowed copy ever since. Now that my daughter is heading out on her own, it's time to send the family treasure with her.

    Recipe #412630

    I first found this in 2001 on an online site called Fishingworks.com. Since then it's become our standard quick grill Salmon recipe.

    Recipe #412629

    There are so many versions of this recipe, but I found slight variations in Mom's recipe.

    Recipe #412001

    Mom used the recipe straight off the box of the Quaker Oatmeal canister. This has always been extra special because of the warm thoughts it brings to me of my Aunt Marshee who worked at the Quaker Oatmeal plant as an executive assistant for most of her professional career.

    Recipe #412000

    Another Momma Hawman quick-'n-easy stand-by.

    Recipe #411997

    Another Mama Hawman simplified version of a common family favorite.

    Recipe #411996

    I don't remember having this until probably the 1970's, but once mom started making it, the salad was a favorite dish to take to potlucks.

    Recipe #411995

    This is another favorite from Momma Hawman's 1979 cookbook.

    Recipe #411993

    Simple, quick and easy, and oh so good. I've found many other more elaborate recipes, but mom's no-nonsense style of cooking was a perfect instruction book from an always busy mom to her soon to be busy professional daughters.

    Recipe #411992

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