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    One of these days I'm going to lose my Kitchenaid recipe book for good, instead of just misplacing it as I so often do. This is my insurance that my reputation for fantastic chocolate chip cookies remains intact.

    Recipe #443024

    This recipe is alleged to come from Dickens. An article in The Bollard (www.thebollard.com), September 2008, points out that the ale one uses in this recipe determines the lightness of the drink.

    Recipe #326122

    Barbara posted this recipe at FibroTalk. Barbara said, "Even if you HATE zucchini (which my kids do) try this -- you can't really taste that it's zucchini in there."

    Recipe #314702

    Shells posted this recipe at FibroTalk; the missing amount for extra virgin olive oil is 1 tablespoon (I couldn't get it to display when I entered the recipe).

    Recipe #314701

    Showbizz posted this at FibroTalk.

    Recipe #314677

    This is the only casserole my husband likes. I got the recipe from his mother then started to tinker with it. It's a Depression-Era recipe and Marian noted that one could dot with butter if one didn't have cheese. Marian's "measurements" were pretty vague. Over time, mine have become vague, too! This is a very flexible and tolerant recipe, so feel free to add, subtract, and adjust according to your tastes. You can prepare this ahead of time and bake it the day you plan to serve it. It also makes terrific leftovers. I like to serve this with broccoli and garlic bread. I miss Marian and I'm glad I can remember her with this recipe.

    Recipe #310296

    This was my grandmother's recipe. I don't know whether the Depression contributed to the simple ingredients, but I've learned that this recipe is unusual because it doesn't include raisins. I double the recipe and make 4 or 8 loaves. I grew up pronouncing it "stalin" (like the Russian dictator) and was well into adulthood before I heard it pronounced "shtohlin." It will always be "stalin" to me!

    Recipe #201489

    I got this recipe on a trip to Ireland. I believe that Frances got the recipe from the newspaper, but I'm not sure. She was astonished that I would think there was anything exotic about porter cake, but I had never had anything like it in the US. At a minium I make this at Christmas every year. It's an almost-fruitcake!

    Recipe #201486

    This is our family recipe for cranberry relish. It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without it. It's so good that I buy extra cranberries in the fall for making relish to go along with chicken the rest of the year. I first learned to make this with a table-top grinder, then adapted it to a food processor.

    Recipe #197036

    This was my mother's recipe; I don't know where she found it but it was a staple when I was a kid. I know there are other recipes for Chinese Hamburger Hash on the 'zaar, but not with these proportions.

    Recipe #193168


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