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    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    Recipe of my mom's. Posting here for my sister. Mom said something about this being the precursor to cake mixes.

    Recipe #321132

    Recipe of my mom's. Posting here for my sister.

    Recipe #321130

    From Cooking Pleasures magazine. Have not yet tried.

    Recipe #250095

    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    Taken from Cooking Pleasures mag. Saving for my mom's b-day since she loves lemon desserts.

    Recipe #250087

    Taken from Cooking Pleasure magazine. Looks fast and yummy for dinner.

    Recipe #250086

    4 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    Recipe taken from Cook's Illustrated. Have not tried, but look delicious. "The most efficient way to bake these cookies is to portion and bake half of the dough. While the first batch is in the oven, the remaining dough can be prepared for baking. Avoid using a nonstick skillet to brown the butter. The dark color of the nonstick coating makes it difficult to gauge when the butter is sufficiently browned. Use fresh brown sugar, as older (read: harder and drier) brown sugar will make the cookies too dry."

    Recipe #249869

    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    I got this recipe from allrecipes.com, posted by Shannon. I like to use this site more often and thought I'd post it here. Its a good, quick weekday recipe. The original chef recommended baking in a clay pot and serving over rice pilaf.

    Recipe #247983

    Taken from Cooking Pleasures magazine, have not yet tried.

    Recipe #243731

    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    Taken from Cooking Pleasures magazine. I have not tried it, but posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #243726

    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    My Grandma Jean got this recipe at a Relief Society activity she attended. I have not yet tried it but Grandma liked it.

    Recipe #238723

    Recipe from my Grandma Jean. She got the recipe from a Relief Society activity and wanted me to keep it for her.

    Recipe #238676

    1 Reviews |  By Tarbean

    Recipe from my Grandma Jean. Amounts are just guesses and will change depending on size of the glass.

    Recipe #238668

    A recipe my Grandma Jean got from a Relief Society activity. She wanted me to keep the recipe for her.

    Recipe #238558

    My Grandma Jean got this at a Relief Society activity in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Recipe #238535

    One of my mother-in-law's family recipes.

    Recipe #204301

    My mother-in-laws pie crust recipe.

    Recipe #204255

    Recipe from my sister-in-law.

    Recipe #204256

    My mother-in-law is Armenian and this is one of her recipes.

    Recipe #204254

    Taken from "Something Extra" I have not tried this, but didn't want to lose it.

    Recipe #204244

    Recipe I've yet to try, but here for safe keeping. From Cooking Pleasures magazine.

    Recipe #148057

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