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One more cooky recipe from the old Swedish church cookbook. This book was published in the 1940's. Heirloom recipes....
Another recipe from the old Swedish church cookbook.
This recipe is from an old Swedish church cookbook that belonged to my Mother. There are so many great cookie recipes in it, I will post some. I remember Mother making them for us. She was an excellent baker and cook....Wonderful memories!
From an old Betty Crocker cookbook. An easy stir and drop cooky.
I found this recipe on another website but changed just a little bit to suit our tastes.
Made it up for my DH. He now requests it often.
Have been making these for so many years. My family loves them. The amount of baking powder may seem excessive, but it works. From a very old cookbook. Enjoy.....!
This is my take on Chicken Veronique. Made this the other day and it turned out so good. Thought I would post it. Hope you like it.
Just as the name implies an old fashioned chocolate cake. Goes so well with ice cream. Try it. From the Hersheys 1934 cookbook....
Another yummy cake from the 1974 Betty Crocker cookbook. Have made this many times. And always so good!
Really good dip...serve with corn chips. Always disappears. From an old cookbook.
This recipe came with a blender that I purchased. Its excellent on cole slaw.
This recipe is from the Jewish Low Cholesterol Cookbook by R. Leviton Excellent...so tasty!
From the Pillsbury Best Butter Cookie Cookbook Vol II An oldie!
From Good Housekeeping's Book of Cookies.
Nice served in a glass bowl lined with lettuce. Nice for summer....and all year long.
Cannot remember where I found this recipe. I believe it is from the old NY city restaurant. They are delicious. Wonderful served with lingonberries...or any fresh berries..
Years and years ago I clipped this from the Chicago Sun-Times. It is lovely served in stemware. I like to serve it as an appetizer before a special dinner.
This recipe is from the Betty Crocker Cookbook..circa 1974. It has been served at many happy occasions in our family, birthdays, etc.
Easy to prepare. Serve with a green salad and garlic bread. You will have a nice meal....
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