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    The breading & baking recipe is from Ce Ce on recipezaar. She used on green tomatoes. They are to die for. I decided to use on eggplant and use my own tomato mushroom gravy or sauce. I think my eggplant is great with Ce Ce's breading recipe.

    Recipe #182959

    There are no eggs in this recipe. Use a miniature muffin pan. Makes 24. Split muffin top and insert margarine, jelly cream cheese or filling of your choice. Tops white, sides brown. Very moist. Easy!

    Recipe #182673

    This is for green tomatoes.Kids love the grape. Adults love the lemon to spread on crackers, chicken and fish or waffles and pancakes. Quick and very easy. Makes 10 half pints.

    Recipe #182610

    My husband does not like squash! I decided to try a sauce over Radiatore pasta. I added roasted red pepper strips. What a hit. He loved it! He said I would never believe it was squash and so good! Simple to make. Sauce can be frozen.

    Recipe #182576

    Enough batter to cover 10 inch pie pan and drizzle down, or large casseroles. It is light and fluffy to use as a dumpling batter recipe also.In a Pam sprayed pan, good as a stand alone bread. Bake at 375° for 35 minutes. I used for "impossible pie" recipes also. Just top with this batter.

    Recipe #182199

    My own recipe evolved when making green rice. For oven casserole or crockpot, a great take along.You can have this meatless or use any ground meat.Just add more cheese and crushed crackers for meatless.

    Recipe #181836

    A make ahead meal, ideal for after the game supper or potluck or hungry teens. I use mild Ortega green chiles but you can use hotter chiles if you wish.I used to make (3) pans of this when kids were home & cook a 13 to 14 lb roast for supper. Oh, my those were the days. Happiness and laughter! Fritos fit the bill for this recipe.

    Recipe #181353

    This is dinner party fare. Looks like it stepped from a food magazine. Easy to make. All ingredients can be made ahead, then chilled & baked. If chilled allow 10 minutes more baking time. Make sure mashed potatoes are room temperature before frosting.

    Recipe #181351

    This broth can be frozen in cubes or blocks then frozen.You may add chicken or beef cubes or Sysco condensed base,add cornstarch & water for bisque or chowder bases or anything else when thawed.

    Recipe #181209

    This is a blender sauce, chilled, until a few minutes before serving, then warmed to serve with cooked cauliflower, broccoli, kohlrabi,asparagus.To be used on grilled or pan fried fish as well. See note below.

    Recipe #180786

    These are 1 hour rolls. The rolls are dusted with poppy seed right before baking. I like to bake them in muffin tins. To prebake and freeze, take them out after 10 minutes. Cool and freeze. Thaw and bake to finish. Longer baking time in muffin tins. Drop a powdered sugar glaze on top if desired. Photo shows glaze. I prepare both.

    Recipe #180785

    I have had this recipe for years.I have changed the type of apples and made one crust and topped with cool whip instead of whipped cream. Arrange the apples in a circle, it shows through the glaze and place the cool whip in the center.

    Recipe #180764

    Vintage recipe for(1) peck, that is 30# this recipe for approximatley 15# of green tomatoes.Uses:Drain and bread tomatoes for frying;puree for green tomato ketchup, chop for fresh relish.I usually add piementos if I am going to chop for relish and more sugar. If you have a large crock use for a 24 hour period.

    Recipe #180601

    We used to raise chickens.I would freeze and can at least 75 to 100 per year for our personal use.Every one of our children know how to prepare food and live off the land. Some do not like it but some do. Living in the country has many advantages. One of them is knowing what you feed to animals and birds that you eat. Another is the pride you feel after seeing the fruits of your labor on the shelves in the canning room.

    Recipe #180543

    Originally I made this recipe to use in a lemon upside down cake and from there used a standard sweet canning syrup.The sweet & sour syrup can be used as a base, then soy sauce/ginger or any other spice added, thickened for oriental dishes. The lemon slices can be used as garnish, drinks, cakes, breads, rind can also be used. This recipe is multiple use.I have used the slices to decorate cakes.

    Recipe #180535

    Original recipe using a crock and raisins. I have updated. Original recipe at least 100 years old. A whole chicken was boiled. Now I use chicken breasts. Serve a large number.

    Recipe #180265

    Preparation two ways.Usually tomatoes are ripe all at once.This recipe,you blanch, skin,stem, mash, freeze the tomatoes.Then thaw, make at your leisure. Or you can make all at once. Vintage #4 Crock recipe in which everything was put in a crock after skinning the tomatoes and it set for a week in a cool cellar before cooking.This recipe is salt free. Add if you like.

    Recipe #180263

    This drizzle sauce goes over graham crackers. There is no end to what you can add on top of the crackers. Addition suggestion:creamy peanut butter or marshmellows.Staves the hunger pangs away between truck stops and...made in microwave.

    Recipe #179915

    There are recipes like this but none using vanilla wafers so thought I would post.After it is chilled each serving has sliced bananas on top if you prefer. I also use chopped pecans or chopped walnuts. This is an optional ingredient.

    Recipe #177269

    Cherries, pineapple, bananas all together with sweetened milk and whipped cream. A special event salad. Serve in a glass bowl.

    Recipe #177253

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