This is an old family recipe. My Great Aunt owned a liquor store and she always made these at Christmas time. Every year now, since I started making them, all my friends and co-workers always request these for the holidays. They are sooo good! IMPORTANT: You MUST use the Creamed Sherry in the recipe or they will NOT turn out! Believe me, I have tried and the others turn out sticky. Also, it is best to make on a dry, cool/cold day!
This is a recipe I got from my sister. My husband absolutely loves it. I have made several times for parties. Recipe has been requested several time, so here it is. It is nice because I find it is different that the usual party dips! Best served with Fritos. ENJOY!
This is a great comfort food in winter. I use Yukon Gold potatoes, but red ones work fine too. It does not take long to make. My two stepsons even ask me to make this in the summer. My three year old even loves it! Great served with cornbread or biscuits. Great for holiday left over ham.
This is the only Pumpkin Pie that my mother and grandmother ever made. I love it and the kids love it. It is so simple and can be prepare in no time. Have given to several friends who had never baked a pie in their lives and they loved it.
This is a great breakfast casserole for large groups. I got this from a sweet lady and her cookbook, Betty "Winks" at Cooking. She did cooking demos at a local department store I worked at in Little Rock, AR. I have made it several times and there is never any left. Great for holidays and deer camp. Goes great with hash browns and biscuits! You can also substitute a can of Rotel tomatoes for the stewed tomatoes and bell pepper.
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