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    My now 79 year old father always makes the dressing for Thanksgiving every year and has never used a written recipe. He says he just makes it the way his mother did! I finally sat down with him one Thanksgiving and wrote down what he did, and this is the result. It makes a baked, moist bread-like dressing that freezes well and is absolutely out of this world!

    Recipe #408590

    This recipe was my grandmother's and the smell of this cake baking is the smell of Christmas to our family! It is a very dense, heavy cake, almost more like a bread, and loaded with dates, cherries and nuts. We usually use home-grown black walnuts in ours! Do not be intimidated by the number of steps it takes to make this cake-it actually goes together very quickly and is well worth the trouble.

    Recipe #408574

    These are cinnamon-peanut butter cookies with a chocolate "surprise" inside. If you make the dough air-tight around the chocolate stars the chocolate will stay semi-solid even after the cookies cool. A former 4H-club award winner!

    Recipe #408571

    A second holiday tradition at our house for those that don't like pecans and coconut in my other version!

    Recipe #408151

    A holiday tradition at our house, and we often double the recipe. Rolling out the balls is a little time-consuming, but a great job to put your teenagers onto! Do not try to dip the balls in the chocolate on a rainy or very humid day, as the chocolate will not be smooth and cooperative!

    Recipe #408146

    This is always a favorite at family gatherings. Be sure to use a large glass bowl to show off the layers. You can substitute low-fat or even non-fat mayonnaise, sour cream, and cheese to make it a little bit healthier.

    Recipe #408144


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