This is a recipe I received from my grandmother. It was her go-to recipe whenever she needed a pie/pastry crust. I'm fairly certain she got it from her mother who developed it during the Great Depression. Given that history, you may notice that the ingredients are stretched very thin. Don't hesitate to add a bit more flour or water if you think the situation calls for it.
This is the recipe my grandmother used to make her meatloaf. Most notably it doesn't have any sort of sauce coating the top as is called for in many meatloaf recipes. My family enjoys it this way but I'm relatively certain that any standard meatloaf sauce would do if you want one.
I'm a big fan of iced coffee as a cool, refreshing sort of drink. This recipe really fits that description. I originally found this recipe somewhere around the web while looking for a good iced coffee recipe, but since originally finding it, it seems to have disappeared. What I've listed here is my best recollection, based on my own personal experimentation, of the best iced mocha coffee I've had.
This is a recipe my family has fairly frequently at large family gatherings. It came from a friend of my grandmother. Please note that we also typically halve this recipe. Also note, prep time does not include time for boiling potatoes and mashing them.
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