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    1 Reviews |  By NanciY

    I have made this for years, with a little tweak here and there and finally think I have it perfected. It has just enough bite from the vinegar, but a subtle sweetness too. I make quadruple batches and store it in old mayo jars in my garage fridge for quick meals. The longer you simmer it, the better it gets!

    Recipe #476369

    1 Reviews |  By NanciY

    This is the classic potluck dessert, but from scratch - SOOOOO much better! I got this from Cook's Country mag. I make the custard the night before, assemble in the morning and by afternoon, bliss...

    Recipe #461488

    I grew up eating these soft, chewy bites of Heaven. We would collect black walnuts in the country, bring them home and drive the car back and forth over them in the driveway to remove the tough skin, then let the nuts dry out for a couple of months before cracking them with a hammer and painstakingly picking the meat out with a nutpick. It was a difficult and time consuming task, so we chose the recipes we used them for wisely. Now I just go to the store and buy them by the bag...

    Recipe #446899

    My BF adores carrot cake. I have baked several other recipes to moans of "It could be better if only...". Not this time! I picked and chose and tweaked several recipes on here to come up with what, according to him and several of his friends, is the best carrot cake ever. I baked the cakes two days ahead and stored them in the refrigerator and took them out an hour before frosting to allow them to come back to room temp. I made the frosting and assembled the cake a day ahead to allow the flavors to combine.

    Recipe #438666

    1 Reviews |  By NanciY

    A lighter version of the classic. Really awesome! Came from America's Test Kitchen. My BF loves this - classic carrot cake flavor with none of the guilt!

    Recipe #395653

    2 Reviews |  By NanciY

    A hearty, healthy way to get your oatmeal. Has a consistency similar to brown rice. Pinhead oats can usually be found in the flour section of your grocery. I usually start the recipe while I am making coffee, and then let it simmer while I shower and get ready for work. By the time I am done with that, I have a nice hot, hearty breakfast waiting for me.

    Recipe #382354

    I have been making versions of this recipe for many years, but this is by far the best yet! It is from the America's Test Kitchen website with a couple of my own additions. The coffee really adds a wonderful twist. I just use what's left over in my pot. I recommend serving warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream! UNBELIEVABLE!

    Recipe #281106

    2 Reviews |  By NanciY

    The original recipe came from America's Test Kitchen, with a few modifications from me. Labor intensive, but without a doubt worth every minute!

    Recipe #262814

    1 Reviews |  By NanciY

    I got this years ago from the McCall's Cooking School cookbook, and never fail to get raves about it. It is a little more involved than most cheesecakes, but worth it! You can change the flavor by taking out the peels and adding chocolate chips, or any of many other variations, but the crust is what makes it so special. A lovely shortbread, thin and crisp. I use a recipe and a half so that I have plenty. What you don't need for the cheesecake crust, just roll out and bake on a cookie sheet for wonderful cookies. I also bake the cheesecake in a water bath for a lighter top, but you don't have to use that. It is wonderful plain, but you can also top it with cherry, blueberry or pineapple glaze. For special occasions, I will use cherries jubilee or pomegranite. Beautiful!

    Recipe #149820


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