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    My dear old Aunt Tootsie got this recipe somewhere at some point in time, but it became "Aunt Tootsie's Lemon Cake" because it is so delicious she always baked us one at every visit.

    Recipe #148912

    Grannie lived to be 102 years old so we ate this delicious pie for decades and always asked for it again.

    Recipe #148871

    This is an easy recipe to prepare and people ask for it often. This recipe is from "The Stone House".

    Recipe #148859

    This is from the book "curries without worries" and it's certainly tasty! You may want to decrease the amount of cayenne pepper if you aren't a true chili head.

    Recipe #151498

    This is a recipe gleamed from Gina's momma, a great cook. The taste is wonderful, simple, and served often at our house.

    Recipe #151255

    This is an americanized version of the Indian dish made with beef instead of mutton. Even my children loved it as it's not hot, just tasty. My ex-spouse used to call it "Sad Goat", which probably explains why he is my ex. This recipe is from "The Color Book of Indian Cooking" by Eileen Turner.

    Recipe #149520

    This was served at Xmas and I begged for the recipe. It's also good to mix w/rum.

    Recipe #149436

    This is close enough to the real thing to take anywhere. It's a very neat, clean "pizza to go". Children love it, but to make it to our chili head taste I always add at least a teaspoon of crused red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #148873

    This is even better the 2nd day.

    Recipe #148872

    This bakes up beautifully in individual mini-pans, freezes for months and makes wonderful gifts. I don't know how old this recipe is or where it originated, but I've been making it for over 20 years.

    Recipe #148869

    This is the greatest dressing to pour over spinach salad. I found it 20 years ago, but don't remember where.

    Recipe #148867

    Our family has always used this recipe. It's a favorite of children and adults alike.

    Recipe #148860


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