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    I love this salad - double the dressing!

    Recipe #208489

    At Christmas time I frost and add sprinkles.

    Recipe #208250

    Even rerolled cookies are tender IF you use a mixture of flour and powdered sugar when rerolling the dough.

    Recipe #208247

    Bon Appétit R.S.V.P. December 1997 The Barrington County Bistro, Barrington Hills IL

    Recipe #202345

    This isn't low-cal but it's good. When I was a little girl, Adele was a church lady who visited my mother and brought good eats with her...this was one of our favorites

    Recipe #202330

    From a restaurant in Louisville, KY

    Recipe #202311

    Some of my best memories of my Grandmother, were in the kitchen. One summer growing up I spent a week with my grandparents and she taught me quite a few recipes. We baked cookies, made candy, pickles and my favorite was Swedish Pancakes. These pancakes were good for any time of day…breakfast, dinner…it didn’t matter! When I came across this recipe for IHOP’s version of this classic, it brought back such good memories that I had to share it with you all. Enjoy !!!

    Recipe #202308

    What could be better than a chocolate cookie that has a melted Rolo candy inside?!

    Recipe #202305

    This makes a chewy cookie....loaded with chocolate chips and other goodies.

    Recipe #202186

    Recipe #202168

    This is my Grandmother’s recipe, we called her “Nana Mae”. They lived the farm my grandfather and father were born on in the “tip of the thumb” of Michigan. We spent all our vacations there and every summer we knew she’d have cookies for us waiting in the pantry. Some years we got lucky and she put chocolate chips in them, but mostly we knew they’d have raisins because they were “good for us.”

    Recipe #202162

    Use this for dipping veggies or as a salad dressing

    Recipe #202143

    This is my family's favorite veggie dip.....it wouldn't be Christmas without it. I always make a triple batch. It is also good on baked potatoes and as a sandwich spread. Enjoy!

    Recipe #202140

    A great main dish when veggies are in season... I sometimes add cooked and crumbled Italian Sausage or chicken to this.

    Recipe #202086

    This is a nice change of pace makes for a pretty presentation.

    Recipe #202076

    Even people who say they don't like braunschweiger ask for this recipe!

    Recipe #201927

    This is my grandmother's recipe and is always the most popular dish at our Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings and about the only time we have it. Everyone goes home with their container of "planned overs". This makes a lot...we are a large family and we still have plenty to go home with everyone.

    Recipe #201926

    This recipe is from Gerschuh's Restaurant that was in Greenville for many years and was known for their pies. Enjoy!

    Recipe #201892

    Traditionally, my dad, Terry, makes these for New Year's Day. This makes a large pot and makes for a delicious meal, it's even better warmed up!

    Recipe #201877

    My grandmother was famous for her garlic dill pickles and we loved them. She made them each summer and they were never ready until Thanksgiving. She used rusty screw on lids that took strong muscle to remove......but the real test of these pickles was when she had Grandpa George "test" them to make sure they were OK for us to eat while we looked on, wondering what would happen to him if they weren't! These pickles are not refrigerated until after they are opened. Do not process them in a hot water bath. Follow the direction and enjoy very crunchy dill pickles. Should your brine become cloudy prior to opening do NOT eat these, it should stay clear. These pickles are fabulous and easy to make.

    Recipe #201851

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