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    From TOH August/September 2001, credited to Gayle Zebo. These are nice around the holidays or as a quick party snack. The longer they sit, the more intense the flavor.

    Recipe #111970

    From TOH Quick Cooking, March/April 2003 issue, credited to Faye O'Brien. These are very yummy for the holidays. I've seen many similar recipes, but this one hits it just right for us. Recipe calls for melting candy coating in the crockpot but I microwave instead.

    Recipe #111969

    I found this on the internet, I think on a Cabot cheese site, when looking for a way to use up some leftover egg whites. I like it for breakfast or brunch with fruit salad but it could easily be a side dish for dinner.

    Recipe #111960

    This is not haute cuisine! A modified Southern Living recipe, I came up with this for the baby and am posting so I can find it easily next time. The sauce is pretty sweet. Can sneak in shredded carrots. I freeze leftovers in individual baby portions.

    Recipe #111961

    From the October/November 2001 issue of Taste of Home, this was a 2nd place winner, credited to Carol Hicks.

    Recipe #111393

    This Grand Marnier cake recipe from Cooking Light uses a small 6-cup Bundt pan.

    Recipe #111187

    So simple, lowfat, warm and full of fresh fruit, this quick dessert is from Southern Living. I like it with all blueberries and non-fat yogurt, too. Recipe suggests placing the baking sheet on an inverted baking pan if you aren't able to get the oven rack within 3 inches of the heat.

    Recipe #110897

    Butter piecrust gets crunchy on bottom and edges of cast iron skillet, with dough pieces in layers with the berries and sugar. Found this in Southern Living a number of years ago, but I don't have the man's name to give him credit. You can use peaches or blueberries as well, blackberries are just my favorite. I have given up picking my own blackberries so now harass the people at the farmer's market until they get some. Frozen fruit works nicely, too. You must use a cast iron skillet!! If you don't have one, go buy one and season it's a kitchen necessity!

    Recipe #110796

    A very old recipe which I might have found in a Junior League cookbook. Sweet with cinnamon and vanilla but not overpowering so you can still taste the pecans. They're very quick to make and nice to include in gift baskets. This is a simple candy recipe that's much more forgiving than most. Total cooking time is about 15 minutes.

    Recipe #110560

    From James McNair's Beans and Grains. Colorful salad with sweetness of currants, fresh mint and parsley, pine nuts, red pepper and green onion. Love it! Cook time is standing time.

    Recipe #110367

    From Southern Living. Toasted spices, dried tomato and roasted red pepper make this recipe stand out. Also very attractive with the cilantro and purple onion. Roasting the red pepper makes for the best taste and texture but I have used the ones from a jar and the world did not end.

    Recipe #110283

    Black pepper, ground ginger and a lot of crystallized ginger make these pretty spicy. My all time favorite cookie to make at Christmastime, I got the recipe from a friend of my grandmother's about twenty years ago. The dough is chilled and rolled, then cut into round cookies. I've guessed on the amount this recipe makes, it's a lot of cookies but they freeze well.

    Recipe #110128

    An attractive vegetarian main dish or side dish which I got from a cookbook on grains, I'm sorry I can't remember which one. Best when made with homemade vegetable stock, but isn't everything better with homemade stock?

    Recipe #109988

    My favorite! Found the recipe in Southern Living years ago. I've given the directions as written but I usually cook the almonds quite a bit longer, until they are a nice golden brown. Make the almonds first so they have time to cool.

    Recipe #109752

    Very simple, quick to fix and so good. Don't skip the shallots, they make the dish. Nice with a simple pasta side, green salad and crusty bread.

    Recipe #109646

    This is a quick lowfat meatless dinner, easy because it uses items always on hand, and different because the sauce is milk rather than tomato based. Got this from my friend Diana and make it often. If I have time, I like to use fresh spinach, lightly steamed, and fresh Parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #109537

    This is a fun and different way to make jello for the kids.

    Recipe #109416

    This is a lovely gingerbread with crumb topping to have with tea or coffee. I think I found the recipe in an old Houston Junior League cookbook.

    Recipe #109228

    Always my grandfather's choice for his birthday cake. Very moist, easy and iced while hot, so a good cake to make when time is short. You can also place the iced cake under the broiler and lightly brown but watch carefully, it burns easily!

    Recipe #108991

    Christy is a truly wonderful cook, especially talented with dessert. This cake is her specialty, good with fresh whipped cream, fruits or just plain. Don't leave out the mace, it adds a nice flavor. It's called cold oven pound cake because you bake in an oven that has not been preheated.

    Recipe #108990

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