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    8 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    Another "recipe" from my past. Many mornings I would have this for breakfast before going to school. Sometimes, you just don't want the traditional cereal or bacon & eggs fare. Great for an after school snack as well!

    Recipe #287259

    We did this for our kids growing up and now do it for our grandchildren. Use your computer to come up with different labels each year. Guaranteed to light up their eyes! Magic Reindeer Dust (Label Title) On Christmas Eve, sprinkle this on your lawn. The sparkle of the glitter in the moonlight, and the smell of the oats, will guide Santa's Reindeer directly to your house!

    Recipe #336779

    2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    Growing up in Kearney, Missouri in the '60s & '70s the only place in town that had a true soda fountain was Matthew's Drug Store. On very special occasions we were allowed to order a Homemade. Gently warm the toppings for the best results.

    Recipe #283556

    My mom used to make this all the time when I was little. It is one of those recipes where there really isn't a recipe - she just did it. After a lengthy talk with my little sister this past week, I decided I had better try to remake these and write them down so we don't forget this wonderful little tidbits.

    Recipe #287403

    I found this recipe in a very old Farm Journal Best Ever Pies Cookbook in 1980. This is perfect with Apple Pie or Pear Pie Filling.

    Recipe #254125

    2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    My Grandma made the BEST popcorn balls every year for Halloween. Everybody wanted her recipe and lucky me - I got it 30 years before she passed away. Now that I am a Grandma of 3, I look forward to making these for my grand children.

    Recipe #254099

    One of my clients is quite a chef and we usually always talk food before doing any business. After begging him for over 2 years, he finally shared his brine recipe that he uses for his chicken and pork. This is wonderful and so incredibly easy! (Cook time is NOT soak time)

    Recipe #479878

    2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This is a great recipe that I recreated many years ago after visting the McDonalds Tea Room in Gallatin, Mo. Long since gone, this chicken salad was a big favorite when this restaurant was in it's hey day. Duncan Hines said this was the best chicken salad he had ever had. Cook time does not include time used to cook chicken or eggs.

    Recipe #240724

    At a breakfast meeting earlier this year we were served a breakfast casserole with a side of Chive Cream as an optional garnish. This stuff took the basic breakfast casserole over the top!! I begged the chef to share his recipe (to no avail) and have been searching ever since. This is pretty close to what I remember. Chill time is cook time.

    Recipe #342157

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    One morning I decided to get rid of all the little bits of this and that, thus I came up with these awesome eggs. Feel free to adjust seasonings and ingredients to your own personal tastes. DH who doesn't eat cooked spinach, loved this!

    Recipe #355362

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This is a really great cole slaw. Dressing is creamy, not too sweet and easily adapted to different tastes.

    Recipe #236886

    3 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    My Mother makes THE BEST pies of anybody I know. She found this recipe in the KC Star many, many years ago and it has become her signature pie/cobbler dough. Fresh lard from the butcher is what makes this "The Ultimate" pie dough recipe.

    Recipe #264774

    35 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    Recipe from box of Argo Cornstarch in the early 80's. This batter is light and tasty. Posting recipe as request from one of my sons. This batter is great for zucchini, but can be used on any thing you would like to fry up!

    Recipe #131300

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This recipe is adapted from a box of Uncle Bens Long Grain & Wild Rice with the ingredients I had on hand. This was incredible on grilled salmon, chicken, pork & even turkey. Trying later on tofu.

    Recipe #186899

    Holiday dinners at Grandma & Grandpa's house almost always included this punch. Sometimes she would make an ice ring out of pineapple juice or sometimes punch itself. Everything Grandma made, she made with love for all of us.

    Recipe #272276

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    Another wonderful recipe from my Aunt Peggy's The American Woman's Cook Book. There are several recipes already posted for Zabaglione but none like this one. Enjoy! *servings based on using as sauce.

    Recipe #359620

    2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    I clipped this from a magazine several years ago (if the yellow paper is any gauge at all). I've made this often to serve with Chicken Creole, Fried Shrimp, Spaghetti & Meatballs.

    Recipe #109456

    3 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    Courtesy America's Test Kitchen. This is a great recipe. Corn is at it's peak and I made these and knew right away I had to post so I can do this again. I hope you will enjoy these as well!

    Recipe #240477

    My sister Terry has made this for years, recipe is courtesy Rival Crock Pot Cooking. Many variations abound - but we like this one.

    Recipe #266547

    3 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    My sister shared this recipe with me many years ago and my youngest son was known at his school for the best person to ask to bring a snack. There are several recipes posted that are similar but none are like this one.

    Recipe #240687

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