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    Ever since a friend shared this recipe with me, it's been a Thanksgiving and Christmas morning treat! Actually they're so good and easy they are great any time of the year and any time of the day.

    Recipe #97537

    Although these are a more healthy alternative to Swedish meatballs, served over rice or noodles they are just as tasty. I believe I got this recipe out of a Good Housekeeping magazine 10 to 15 years ago.

    Recipe #97344

    This is one of the first recipes I ever served to guests. That was 30 years ago and I still make it today! This is the recipe as it was written, however sometimes I add a combo of red and green peppers, use V-8 juice instead of tomato, and add 1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder. You can also heat it up by adding a little hot sauce, or a little chopped hot pepper, or by making the mustard a spicy one. It all depends on your family's taste.

    Recipe #97247

    This recipe came from the Pet Good Cook's Collection. With the butter cream frosting, the old-fashioned taste of this moist, rich cake is hard to beat!

    Recipe #97132

    This recipe is over 30 years old and I can't remember who I got it from. I know the trend is for spicy barbecue now, but my family really loves the flavor of these tasty ribs. They are especially good when accompanied with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob. *Note- cooking time is for the sauce only, not the ribs.

    Recipe #97131

    I make this with Christmas dinner every year. My Polish mother-in-law thought it was as good as the one she remembered her mother making when she was a child. Only difference is that this one is a lot easier.

    Recipe #97124

    Several years ago a friend brought this cake to a pot luck dinner. My husband loves it just the way it is so I usually don't use a glaze or frosting on it. Also note that there is NO baking powder in this.

    Recipe #96836

    Sometimes I will bone the chops and cut them into strips before browning. It cooks quicker and the pork is more tender. Served over rice, this has always been one of my daughters' favorite meals.

    Recipe #96835

    This recipe came from Mary Beth Roe on the QVC channel. It is a very filling soup that my family loves on a cold day. Served with a loaf of crusty fresh bread, it's real comfort food.

    Recipe #96636

    This is a very good and hearty old-fashioned dish that I think came from Taste of Home. It's almost like a stew or even a soup. I have tried it with keilbasa but it wasn't as good. I like to serve it with rye bread.

    Recipe #96635

    This is one of my kids favorite meals. It makes a great dish for brunch, lunch or dinner. I don't remember where I got this one, but I did add the cheese to the original recipe.

    Recipe #96408

    This recipe came from the Hicks-Sterns Museum in Tolland, CT. It is a genuine Early American recipe that has been modernized just a little. these are cookies the way the early settlers made them.

    Recipe #96322

    A friend brought this to a pot luck dinner and everyone asked her for the recipe. Although my husband thinks it is too sweet, my kids love it and I've served it many times to rave reviews. I like to make it in the crock pot so that it stays warm on a buffet table.

    Recipe #96217

    This is a great dish to bring to a bake sale or just to whip up for brunch. It is so simple and I always have the ingredients on hand. I can't remember where I got the recipe, but it's always been a favorite.

    Recipe #96148

    When I was first married a neighbor gave me this recipe for my first dinner party. I was afraid to tackle a "real" hollandaise sauce and this was perfect. I still use it today.

    Recipe #96064

    My brother-in-law was a fireman. This was one of the favorites around the firehouse. It was a sure thing to get compliments!

    Recipe #95972

    I love my bread machine! It's great to come home from work on a cold winter day and smell fresh bread baking. Unfortunately since there are no preservatives in fresh baked bread, I was always throwing out stale bread to the birds. This recipe is a great way to use all that stale bread and it is definately NOT for the birds!

    Recipe #95973

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