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    The original recipe appeared in Our Best Recipes, published in 1978 to compile the previous year's Southern Living recipes. My Best Production of 1978 called tonight to ask me to dig up this recipe for him. Even as a picky toddler, he loved it.

    Recipe #517663

    Here's an old Peg Bracken recipe, presented here with no changes....until you add pork chops (optional.) Obviously, this recipe is not for those on a sodium-restricted diet.

    Recipe #501837

    I'm tired of digging out the recipe card or the cookbook that originally published the basic (now altered) recipe. Here it is, online, so I won't lose it again. I like coleslaw. GOOD coleslaw. This dressing works for me.

    Recipe #499363

    A slight variation on one that appears in Paula Deen's Quick & Easy Meals. Because I'm supposed to be keeping en eye on sodium intake, I used less bacon and subbed reduced sodium for regular, then left out additional salt and upped the curry powder a little.

    Recipe #493035

    Suggested by a pie that Publix used to sell, one that was better than either a cherry or blueberry pie alone. This one starts with LubyLubyLuby's Best Cherry Pie recipe (thank you, Luby) and finishes with a streusel topping. If you don't have a pie crust handy, just bake the filling and streusel in a glass or ceramic baking dish and serve it as a crisp/cobbler/crurmble-esque dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #471335

    There isn't a simpler appetizer out there, unless you count chips and a jar of salsa. I think the original recipe appeared in Bon Appetit's Too Busy to Cook column, and my sister relied on it as a quick appetizer for years, until she tired of being asked to make it over and over and over. Not to be discouraged, my daughter still requests this when asked what she wants for her birthday dinner, calling it "Brie with Stuff On It".

    Recipe #402142

    The pasta is the only skinny thing about this recipe. Originally published in Bon Appetit under the name Judi's Baked Shrimp, it seemed to plead for a bed of pasta, so I was happy to oblige. Don't skip the breadcrumb topping; I tried that, and the results weren't nearly as good. If you want to serve shrimp at a dinner party, this concoction will make your reputation, and you'll never again be satisfied with ordinary scampi. Warning: Between the butter and the shrimp, there is nothing remotely low-cholesterol about this dish. Select your victims wisely. The garlic could be problematic if you have a date tonight, too. Blame Judi; it's her recipe and her fault.

    Recipe #402084

    There are lots of recipes for this wonderful cake on 'zaar and I wanted to add this one, to preserve this version for posterity. It appeared in Bon Appetit in the 1970s, as a request for a restaurant's recipe, and I made it every Christmas for years, until the recipe card got so grimey I couldn't stand to touch it. I've included a suggestion for turning it into smaller cakes that are suitable for gift-giving.

    Recipe #401848

    A Wolfgang Puck side dish that was a huge hit at the last family Christmas party. I think the poor guy who brought it is sorry, because now we put in advance orders for it. Can be made ahead of time, reheats well. It was served with lamb, but I'm thinking duck...or fish....or chicken...maybe pork or beef. Anything.

    Recipe #382981

    Family Circle published this Peg Bracken recipe years after she wrote her "I Hate to Cook" books. I've altered the cooking times slightly, but nothing else. My vegetable-averse son avoided the zucchini, but loved the chops; my daughter used to call before she came home from college for a weekend, to ask if I would make this for dinner. Heck, it even wrung a compliment out of my father-in-law. We like it served with rice (a nice "sponge" for the vegetables and cooking liquid.)

    Recipe #369142

    Adapted from a recipe that appeared in the Orlando Sentinel in the early 80s, it's another recipe my son calls me for.

    Recipe #322763

    A very sweet version that starts with ordinary canned pork&beans. Your nutritionist and you dentist won't approve of the ingredients, but it's been my son's favorite for many years. Eerily similar to the one published in the 1967 Joy of Cooking - and there's a reason for that. (I'm posting it so he can look it up when he plans a cookout.)

    Recipe #322633

    Plan ahead. It has to marinate for a day; 2 days is better. Serves 4-6, unless you invite my son. Then you should double the onion and marinade ingredients and substitute a London Broil for the flank steak. Source - a friend of a friend who found it in a cookbook 30+ years ago.

    Recipe #128525


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