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    This came from a very old, yellow newspaper clipping. I suspect it came from the Charleston News and Courier in the 1960's or 1970's. It was tucked in an old family recipe collection.

    Recipe #497837

    I found this in a family cookbook dated 1964. It belonged to my husband's grandmother. It was written by Mrs.. R.A. Loftis.

    Recipe #497836

    This recipe came from my husband's Great Aunt Willa. I found it in a family cookbook dated from 1964. To suit personal tastes, you may wish to adjust the amount of olive oil or add a little sweetener of your choice.. Aunt Willa has long passed,but her simple recipe stands the test of time.

    Recipe #497835

    I found this handwritten recipe in my late mother-in-law's personal cookbook. I feel a connection with her when I cook a recipe that she has collected along the way.

    Recipe #497618

    This is a easy and tasty side dish. The croquettes can be made into smaller portions for appetizers. It is also lends itself as recipe that can be adapted easily to personal tastes and cooking styles.

    Recipe #497518

    I adapted this recipe from Fluffster's #32866 Orange Creamsicle Martini recipe. It was so delicious that I wanted to try other variations of it. My white chocolate cookie dough version is creamy and sweet.

    Recipe #497140

    I found this recipe in a 1962 Domino Sugar cookbook titled Sugar Spoon Recipes. I love this glaze. I could take a bath in it.

    Recipe #496728

    This is a recipe that belonged to my husband's grandmother. Through the years, it has been the birthday cake of choice in his family.

    Recipe #496717

    This is a yummy, heart healthy salad dressing. it is great on sandwiches, or as a dip.

    Recipe #495999

    This is an original recipe. The next time I make it, I plan to add grape slivers.

    Recipe #495690

    The best way to describe this dish is that it is full of sweet fire. It is versatile enough for chefs to tweak to their own tastes. I used Piggly Wiggly's Newton Farms Ginger Wasabi Marinade

    Recipe #495633

    Ready, Set, Cook! Hidden Valley Contest Entry This colorful first course dish uses fresh, healthy ingredients. The pan roasted corn gives a smoky sweetness to the sauce while the avocado cools everything down. Fiesta Shrimp Cocktail gives a lovely presentation that is sure to draw complements from your dinner guests. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled for parties.

    Recipe #494323

    "Ready, Set, Cook! Hidden Valley Contest Entry" This recipe is an example of a layered Persian tah-dig dish. I developed an interest in Persian foods while surfing the internet. I was amazed at how many ways this rice dish can be prepared. I experimented and put my on spin to this dish. I usually prepare this dish in my Persian rice cooker. However, this recipe was prepared in a 13 inch non-stick skillet.

    Recipe #493959

    I found this recipe on a blog called Turmeric and Saffron. It is wonderful served with Persian rice and warm pita bread.

    Recipe #492587

    I found this recipe from a blog called Turmeric and Saffron. It was part of a macaroni tah-dig recipe. I tossed the sauce with fresh pasta instead of preparing a tah-dig.

    Recipe #492575

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