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    I know, it's not the holiday season, but I won't have this recipe for long, so here it is! The measurements for the last three ingredients are a guess, since there wasn't a specific.

    Recipe #128734

    This was one of my favorites growing up. I still remember how it tastes! Guaranteed kid pleaser!

    Recipe #128473

    Julie was my brother’s long-time girlfriend, and when they broke up, we really missed her rum cake!!

    Recipe #128472

    My Grandmother was the epitome of the perfect wife and mother. There will never be anyone else like her. She passed away when I was very young, but I remember spending time with her in her garden. She is missed, but she lives on through our memories and her incredible recipes.

    Recipe #128471

    From the Round Robin Family cookbook. This pie makes its own crust. Thank you Billie Moore. We love you!

    Recipe #128470

    Billie Moore was a big, beautiful woman that I remember from early childhood. I think I secretly want to be her. She was a sweet Southern woman, who always smelled wonderful, and brought me the best cookies. I want to honor her by posting her recipes. She is sorely missed.

    Recipe #128469

    These are incredible, and easy. Starts with the crockpot, ends under the broiler. Tastes better than a deli sub--and that's coming from my husband! Kids love them too. Have a knife and fork ready, since these are pretty big. It looks long and involved, but it really, really isn't!

    Recipe #128345

    This is, well, easy as pie! Crunchy, chewy, cheesy, buttery... All the things that us comfort-food addicts love!

    Recipe #128343

    This is something I throw together for a hearty lunch. Yummy, with an Asian flair, and quick. I know, I'm not a bachelor, but I eat like one sometimes.

    Recipe #127773

    I didn't find these on here, and they were such a big part of my childhood, that I thought I should share. I don't think that we ever let a jar of these get all the way done, since they taste so good when they're still crunchy. Cooking time is pickling time.

    Recipe #127193

    SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM, wonderful SPAM!! Just weird enough to be good.

    Recipe #125447

    Another great recipe from Diane Mott Davidson's "Killer Pancake." (Read her books...The Goldilock's Catering series is a realistic and suspenseful cozy collection.)

    Recipe #124646

    I was shocked to not find Shortnin' Bread here. So, here it is, antebellum style, and it sounds delicious. There is no shortening in here, since shortening once referred to any type of cooking fat. The original shortnin' bread, according to some, was a savory cornbread layered with bacon. It is now categorized as a sweet dessert, and encompasses all from Scottish Shortbread to regular sugar cookies. This, however, is one of the original recipes from pre-war Tennessee. I'm sure all "mama's little babies" will love this. Thanks to Margaret Nichol.

    Recipe #124639

    These are a tweak of the Food Networks house popovers. Thanks to my dear husband who has been my popover guinea pig--he survived the "pancakes," "interestings" and "hmmm" style versions, but this one always gets rave reviews from him and the kid.

    Recipe #124497

    A rich and creamy dish using imitation crab and flounder--but you can sub in any flat mild fish. Kind of like Newburg and baked fish all in one dish. Measurements are approximate, since this was thrown together in a hurry. Salt and pepper, along with other spices or fresh onion would be good with it, but it is nice as it is, too. Comforting and filling, and my toddler even ate some!!

    Recipe #122906

    A good way to sneak in veggies. You process them down really small so they can't say "eew!" I use multi-grain pasta (Barilla Plus is good), and if your kid doesn't like green in their food, you can sub wax beans and carrots for the green beans and spinach. You can increase the amounts of vegetables as needed, but that might be too risky... I even liked it, and my husband said, "Damn, I'd eat this, too!!"

    Recipe #122740

    From the Sahtain cookbook of Lebanese Home Cooking.

    Recipe #121510

    Recipe #121503

    Adapted from the 1961 Better Homes & Gardens Dessert Cookbook, and tweaked for extra goodness. It's incredibly easy, and tastes just as good as regular cheesecake. Only uses 8 ounces of cream cheese, so it's convenient, too.

    Recipe #121502

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