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    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From Favorite Recipes of Our First Ladies, 1971. This was submitted by Mrs. Christopher Bond of Missouri. In reading this, I would add garlic powder to the chops and to the spinach.

    Recipe #298560

    2 Reviews |  By Oolala

    I like the way this sounds but haven't tried it yet. It's from Marcia Saltzman in Pingry Cooks. It has chopped nuts in the topping which is a bit different from the usual. If making for company, make sure there are no peanut allergies! You need to have this in the refrigerator all day or or night before baking so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #298511

    Haven't made this. I saw it in Pingry Cooks submitted by Joan Kovacs.

    Recipe #298378

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From Favorite Recipes of Our First Ladies. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #298357

    A different side dish that is nice for a picnic, BBQ, or potluck. It's from Pingry Cooks and it was submitted by Ann Coleman. Here for safe keeping. I have most of the ingredients on hand so this could be good in a pinch.

    Recipe #298291

    This is a non-dairy version with Coffee Rich and margarine that I found in Pingry Cooks submitted by Marian Kaufman and which I am posting for safe keeping. This uses frozen broccoli and an onion soup packet too.

    Recipe #298273

    Called Holly's Cole Slaw in Pingry Cooks and was submitted by Bunny Raabe. It sounds Hawaiian to me with raisins and pineapple. Prebagged shredded cole slaw helps cut down on prep time. I guessed can ounces since the recipe just said "a can" for the pineapple tidbits.

    Recipe #298269

    Adapted from Pingry Cooks, submitted by Dorothy Walters. I just got the cookbook from the library book sale and I am posting the recipes that interest me. Not sure how authentic this is but it sure sounds good. Overnight marination is best.

    Recipe #298264

    From Pingry Cooks submitted by Marian Kaufman. Here for when I get bluefish!

    Recipe #298255

    3 Reviews |  By Oolala

    I had ripped this out of a magazine. At the top of the page it says Fit To Eat. This uses ingredients I have on hand and and it serves 2, which is 1 chop a person. I like more in my serving unless I'm on a diet! Recipe suggests a side of cauliflower roasted with ginger and mint.

    Recipe #296414

    I just saw this in the April 2008 Hadassah magazine and thought I'd post it. It's included in an article about some Guatamalans who have embraced Judaism. This recipe was created by Clara de Medina in Guatamala CIty in a competition created by the Rabbi they were studying under from Kansas City, MO. Clara wanted to add something to make it Guatamalan so she put in onion, garlic, cilantro, wine vinegar, olive oil and chiltepe, which is their spicy pepper.

    Recipe #295897

    Unique recipe that I haven't tried yet. From San Francisco Encore from the Junior League.

    Recipe #294278

    Found this in San Francisco Encore by the Junior League of San Francisco. It has different sounding ingredients that appeal to me. You need to marinate overnight which is not included in time. I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #294277

    Here for safe keeping from the Junior League of San Francisco in their San Francisco Encore cookbook. The recipe states "This rich and sweet dish is ideal in small portions as a first course to a candlelit dinner."

    Recipe #294127

    Sound interesting from San Francisco Encore, a cookbook of the Junior League of San Francisco. Haven't tried it yet. This recipe says "Turning this cheesy vegetable melange onto fluted madeleine cookie molds is sheer brilliance." This recipe uses Bisquick as an ingredient.

    Recipe #294116

    3 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From A Guide to Modern American Cooking. It is called Grilled Sole Parmesan there but I changed the name to reflect the cooking style. This is not grilled! I am putting here for future use. ***For the reviewer who wanted advice on how to prevent fish from sticking: try a Teflon or other non-stick pan and use plastic spatulas to move the fish around gently to avoid breaking the fish. Hope this helps.

    Recipe #293694

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From A Guide to Modern American Cooking. I don't want to lose this. Just butter, salt and pepper added.

    Recipe #293661

    I am posting this from a Spice Island ad I saw in a magazine. I haven't tried it yet. I will guess the yield. It is for use on chicken, pork, beef or lamb.

    Recipe #293610

    From a complimentary compilation cookbook by an auto glass manufacturer. This recipe is from Nancy Phelps of Bryant-Fensters Associates, Virginia Beach, Virginia. This recipe doesn't have pickle relish in it. This calls for hard boiled eggs so prep time is very short.

    Recipe #293567

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    I have a community cookbook from an auto glass company and this was submitted by Grace WIlliams, State Farms, St. Petersburg. Oven and microwave instuctions given. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #293005

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