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    This recipe came from a mystery novel, "Aunt Dimity's Death" by Nancy Atherton. She includes a recipe at the end of every novel!! These are the best oatmeal cookies I have had in years!

    Recipe #418036

    This is a recipe I acquired when I was a teen, from a neighbor. It is always well accepted when I take it to a potluck.

    Recipe #418033

    This recipe came from a friend in Niceville, FL.

    Recipe #417915

    Finn, my Rat Terrier, has been in love with these treats since I found the recipe a few years ago, on the "net". They are soft and easily chewed by even the most finicky dog!! He stands patiently, when they come out of the oven, ready to catch any crumbs that fall to the floor, as they are cut.

    Recipe #362900

    No Fluff, no chocolate....just peanut butter fudge!! And it doesn't have to be beaten!! This recipe was given to me by a friend, years ago!

    Recipe #418038

    This recipe came from a Italian lady, who gave her daughter the directions and ingredients in ITALIAN! The daughter translated it into English. My father and I then worked on coming up with the proper amounts. My father had a wonderful sense of humor and recommended that you should "press the liquid out of the eggplant by running over it in the driveay, with a Lincoln Continental." For those of you that don't have access to a Lincoln Continental, I recommend putting the eggplant in a colander, placing a plate over the top of it and adding heavy weights to press the liquid out!! This is an elegant way to eat eggplant and makes a great appetizer!!

    Recipe #417907

    I tried this recipe for the first time this year after finding it in DDJ. It was a big hit. The mincemeat keeps the cookies moist. The coffee icing is a wonderful combination with the mincemeat flavor!

    Recipe #150947

    I came up with this recipe one morning, when I was hungry for Oatmeal Pancakes...They are really EASY, really GOOD, and really SIMPLE!!!

    Recipe #357948

    This dish is my "Copy Cat" version from a local restaurant, Corvo's, in Saranac Lake, NY. I like it better than the Florentine recipes with cream sauces.

    Recipe #150952

    This is a recipe from Rachel Ray....my daughter fixed it last weekend for us, for dinner. It is ummm-ummm good!!! I think it would make a good Sunday evening meal, with a salad!

    Recipe #363098

    I found this just before Christmas in a group of recipes for Hannukah. It was a big hit!

    Recipe #150948

    This is a recipe that was on my first Cookbook software. A Cook. I don't know if it is still on the market, but it did provide many good recipes!

    Recipe #313916

    This is a good, inexpensive substitue for that more expensive ICBINB spread. It came from the April 1983 issue of Woman's Circle Home Cooking. I have made it several times, freezing any extra, with plastic wrap over the top, under the plastic lid, to prevent ice crystals from forming.

    Recipe #313995

    I got this recipe many years ago, from a friend, at a barbecue! Don't let the use of Velveeta turn you off! This is a fantastic cheese spread, served with crackers. It makes a large quantity, bu stores well.

    Recipe #302236

    This is the first recipe I found on the Internet....I think it came from Epicurious....Yes, it really takes 1 1/2 TABLESPOONS of vanilla for the syrup.

    Recipe #302663

    I got a recipe for a Buttermilk Bread, from a friend. It has been a favorite, for years. I adapted it for a whole grain recipe and it works!! Great bread!!

    Recipe #314034


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