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    Sharon makes some great pretzels and this is another one that is addicting. Be aware though these will leave you with what we call Danny DeVito breath!

    Recipe #468577

    This cake is nice and moist not to mention light. Fran whipped this up when we went for a visit and we devoured it that afternoon.

    Recipe #468576

    This is a great spicy cake to use up your cherries

    Recipe #463687

    Season used to work at Mrs Powells - they have these delish cinnamon rolls and delish pecan rolls but the thing she loved the most was their frosting. She would take cups of it home and she, Waylon and Gretchen would eat it on everything. She worked there for 4 months, gained 30 lbs and finally had to quit. Season has been trying for years to recreate the frosting - lord knows why her figure could stand never figuring this mystery out. Anyway, I think she may have figured it out and here it is.

    Recipe #445194

    This is an old school recipe without alot of directions so I took some liberties with that and prep time. All I have to say is good luck - haha.

    Recipe #430590

    This is another of Grandma's Meat Loaf - both are pretty tasty.

    Recipe #430589

    This is an old recipe that is been passed on from Mary to her children and on.

    Recipe #430371

    What to do with all the those green tomatoes at the end of the harvest? Make relish to enjoy year round. As this recipe is old it doesn't state how many jars this makes.

    Recipe #430370

    This is a great tasting pie with a coconut crust.

    Recipe #430369

    This is super easy to whip up and almost tastes like candy. You can use any kind of jello that you like - raspberry, strawberry or cherry.

    Recipe #430368

    There is quite the controversy over who's caramels are better - Mary's or Butch's These are however easier to make.

    Recipe #404400

    This is a nice tangy dressing that has been handed down from generation to generation. It does have to sit for a few days to meld.

    Recipe #401933

    The name says it all - this is a great, tasty, spicy dip. The recipe is as good as your chorizo is.

    Recipe #401822

    This is a great fried bread. We love to eat this with strawberry jam but they are great eaten savory too. We beg for these and Sarah rarely makes them

    Recipe #401817

    This is a great mix to eat while watching TV or to take hunting ... well really anytime.

    Recipe #401797

    These are a Hill tradition at Thanksgiving - Grandma had these rolls mastered and always made it look easy. However it seems every year someone has a roll failure - no one does it like Grandma I guess. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #401670

    This recipe is so tasty and really easy to whip up. We have this when the first strawberries are in season and no one speaks while eating it - everyone is too busy moaning with pleasure

    Recipe #376636

    This is a great light summer time cake.

    Recipe #367300

    This are a breakfast staple in the Hill households ... so good. They make a nice thick pancake but if you want them a bit thinner just add more buttermilk. Basic instructions are included - I'm sure everyone knows how to cook a pancake - if not have toast with jelly. ;)

    Recipe #364129

    We used to pick currants in the mountains every year so we always have alot of currant jelly on hand - if you don't you can sub grape jelly but trust me these meatballs aren't as good.

    Recipe #360100

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