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    2 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    a sort of cookie that looks like a buckeye and has peanut butter and chocolate.

    Recipe #5323

    8 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    This is a great dish, but should only be attempted by someone who has experience with doing this. It is also expensive due to the large amount of oil needed. Not recommended for indoor cooking.

    Recipe #4660

    2 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    My mother makes these and they are wonderful.

    Recipe #4539

    BEST FRUIT YOU'LL EVER EAT!

    Recipe #4540

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    Recipe #4132

    The Camellia Grill's pecan pie is justifiably famous; oodles of 'em are eaten in-house at this beloved and venerable Uptown eatery, and they say they ship pies all over the country. They used to hand out a little card with the recipe, but they don't anymore. Here's what was on the card!

    Recipe #2583

    9 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    When the French settled in New Orleans they discovered the pecan. And they promptly made good use of it by creating pecan brittle, pecan pralines, pecan sauce and of course pecan pie. The first pecans I ever ate came from my Grandmother's pecan tree in her backyard. Every Christmas she would send a 50 pound gunny sack of pecans to my mother. My Grandmother's pecans were not those tasteless thin shelled kind; hers had thick shells with just as much shell as meat and 10 times more taste. This recipe for pecan pie is from my mother's uncle whose family owned Tujague's restaurant in New Orleans for more than 70 years.

    Recipe #2582

    Recipe #2087

    1 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    Butterscotch Brownie mix in a jar with tag attached with directions on how to prepare the mix. These make wonderful gifts to give any time of year and also for wedding favors, hostess gifts, baby showers or take to a cookie exchange and make sure to bake some up so people know what they taste like to. Store in a cool dry place away from a heat source so condensation and clumping does not occur. Enjoy!

    Recipe #3304

    Recipe #1387

    Recipe #2883

    Recipe #2885

    2 Reviews |  By lkadlec

    LOW CARB Peanut Butter Globs Here's my recipe for very-high-fat fairly-low-carbohydrate chocolate peanut-butter globs

    Recipe #3620

    You'll never need another banana bread recipe ever again!

    Recipe #2886

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