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    With crunchy top you must shatter to reach the silky custard beneath, this exciting combination of textures is a very special treat! *Bake time is 30 minutes and below includes 2 hour refrigeration time.

    Recipe #121808

    2 ingredients! Serve with Easy-Does-It Rolls, both from my great-grandmother's recipe collection from her early days in Memphis.

    Recipe #121563

    A pleasing perfect-every-time recipe from the late 1950's. From my Southern belle great-grandmother's recipe collection. Absolutely delicious with her Maple Spread I am posting!

    Recipe #121562

    What a great play of flavors - fresh salmon, fresh lime, smoked salmon, avocado and a bit of onion and tomato for back up all come together for a wonderfully messy, lush sandwich. Sandwiches and bruschette are a great way to serve salmon left over from the night before. Excerpted from Simply Salmon by James Peterson.

    Recipe #121483

    This is a super easy and delicious soup from a restaurant called The Market Place. Using precooked or leftover bacon is a time-saver. I use light sour cream and light Velveeta for less fat content. Note that butter is optional, but sour cream a must. Enjoy!

    Recipe #121185

    A mix of fresh and dried cranberries gives this special pie extra texture. This colorful dessert will brighten the table and is easy enough to prepare for a casual dinner with friends.

    Recipe #121184

    The #1 all-time favorite, most requested recipe of Arkansas Democrat-Gazette readers! "This smoky flavored soup, which can be served hot or cold, even got a rave mention on the Editorial page." NOTE: For creamy soup, use 1 cup heated stock in place of of the additional stock.

    Recipe #121176

    The #2 all-time favorite of Arkansas Democrat-Gazette readers. Great St. Patty's Day or springtime dish.

    Recipe #121174

    A delicious olive cheese ball which family or party guests will greatly enjoy!

    Recipe #121133

    This is unbelievably good! From great-grandmother, May 16, 1934. Goes with her Boston Fudge Cake, which I have listed as well.

    Recipe #121132

    THE BEST CAKE EVER! From Great-grandmother, New Orleans, LA, May 16 1934. I am trying to get all these well worn, yellowed pages down for posterity and the enjoyment of others. *Serve with Caramel Icing.

    Recipe #121131

    A relaxing refreshment!

    Recipe #121130

    Another treat from my Southern belle MIL. She was a cookbook author, and I am trying to get all these well worn, yellowed pages down for posterity and the enjoyment of others. You won't regret trying any of her recipes! *See my listed tarragon vinegar recipe for this or purchase at grocer.

    Recipe #121128

    Another treat from my Southern belle MIL. Goes well in Green Goddess Dressing recipe. NOTE: You can make basil and rosemary vinegar this way also.

    Recipe #121125

    Another treat from my Southern belle MIL. She was a cookbook author, and I am trying to get all these well worn, yellowed pages down for posterity and the enjoyment of others. You won't regret trying any of her recipes!

    Recipe #121124

    Another treat from my Southern belle MIL. She was a cookbook author, and I am trying to get all these well worn, yellowed pages down for posterity and the enjoyment of others. You won't regret trying any of her recipes! (She didn't leave us a cook time for this recipe, please be advised time is approximate)

    Recipe #121122

    A quite amazing cookie with sauce. My Southern belle MILs recipe she has been serving us since the 1950's.

    Recipe #121121

    What a tasty treat, anytime of the year.

    Recipe #121119

    Just found this at my MILs house - she was a cookbook author. FYI, Pectin-containing gelatin powders, such as Certo, are a great home-remedy for joint-pain. Haven't tried yet, but certainly plan to. Quite an old recipe. I've haven't yet made jelly, so times are a guesstimate.

    Recipe #121118

    Recipe #121117

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