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    This recipe comes from the 'Dr. Fishbone Recipe Book' and is a collection of favorites from the Carolina's. I am placing it here for safe-keeping, it looks simple enough to be a tasty, easy soup to prepare.

    Recipe #330034

    Another BH&G 2008 Cookie Book recipe......these look pretty in the picture and are easy to make. They look like a butterball but the cornstarch in the recipe will certainly make them 'melt in your mouth' delicious!! I will be making these for my cookie tray at Christmas this year! Be sure to use the vanilla bean....these will not be good without it!

    Recipe #329884

    I saw this recipe in the BH&G 2008 Christmas Cookie Book and it reminds me of a cookie that my cousin 'Kristy' the baker in Campbell, Ohio made for many years. As a little girl I would visit the bakery and he would give me a little bag and let me 'pick' what I wanted. The cookies in the case looked like 'jewels' because he used all different colors of sugar and they were lined up like a rainbow! Imagine doing that 50 years ago, wow, it brought back so many memories. I'm not sure if this is the same recipe, I tried for many years to get him to share the recipe with no luck, he passed years ago. His recipe had a tiny dollop of raspberry filling in an indentation in the center of the cookie.......boy would I love to have gotten that recipe!!! He also used colored non-pariels but 'Zaar would'nt allow that ingredient.

    Recipe #329870

    Yep, another cookie recipe from the BH&G 2008 Christmas Cookie Book. These look both good and pretty. I believe that they used a glass with a decorative bottom to flatten the cookies, maybe cut glass, because they are imprinted with that type of design. I can't wait to try these, my DD loves mint and chocolate!!

    Recipe #329866

    Another BH&G 2008 Christmas Cookie recipe....these are so pretty in the picture.....I think my DD's and DH will like these. Putting it here for safe-keeping and sharing!! Happy Baking!

    Recipe #329865

    Found this in the new BH&G Christmas Cookie Book..posting it for later use. Sounds and looks like something I might like on my Christmas cookie tray for the holidays.

    Recipe #329862

    This recipe was given to me by my friend Irene, it is truly 'sinful and delicious". Please enjoy it!!

    Recipe #329265

    My DH's first wife's family made this and he has always loved it. Imagine me calling his ex's DH for the recipe so that I could make it at home, lol!! I keep it in the fridge and it is always a hit with any one that tries it. We motorhome and I make a large jar of this before we hit the road, besides serving it as a quick appetizer my DH will eat it for lunch. Many a trip I have dragged this out of the fridge and served it as a snack to our camping group! **Please note these are the rings of bologna that you find near the packaged lunch meats in the grocery store, about 2 inches in diameter. I'm not sure of the weight of the rings exactly, I think one pound is fairly accurate.

    Recipe #328687

    I found this recipe in my file box.....not sure where it came from. When I worked many years ago as an RN, on midnight shift I would look through magazines during 'down' time. I believe this one came from one of those books!!!

    Recipe #328547

    This recipe comes from a book titled, 'Angels and Friends' out of Youngstown, Ohio. It is a great tasting salad, hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #328529

    My Mom makes the best buttermilk jell-o salad and everytime there is a funeral at our church they call her to make the jell-o for the repast!!!! We've started calling this 'funeral salad', but we make it at home all the time as well!! As for the fruit in the recipe, Zaar wouldn't let me say smashed but that's what we do with the mandarin oranges, raspberries, strawberries, etc. We usually dice the pears, peaches and more firm fruits, Hope you'll get the drift here.

    Recipe #328516

    My Mom made this for many years for family celebrations.....the recipe was lost and recently found!! Please enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #328512

    This recipe comes from either Bon Appetit or Gourmet magazine. I've had it so long I can't remember!! It makes a pretty presentation for a dinner party or it's just plain delicious at your family supper table.

    Recipe #328509

    Not everyone knows what wedding soup is but I like mine with soft, spongy cheese croutons. This is an old Italian recipe handed down for generations. Try it, you'll love it! I like to use a combination of both cheeses.....

    Recipe #327562

    Soon cranberries will be showing up in the grocery stores and this recipe is one that I make quite often during the winter months. I even buy and freeze cranberries so that I can make this whenever I'm hungry for it!! I've served it for Christmas parties, etc. and it's always well received. When I make this in a large amount for a party, I line my chops up domino style and try to spoon the sauce down the center of the row, it looks so pretty that way!

    Recipe #327561

    This is another TOH recipe and is sure to be a keeper for you. My family and friends love this. I've made it for a dinner party and the reviews were wonderful.

    Recipe #327560

    This recipes comes from a cookbook titled 'Angels and Friends" out of Youngstown, Ohio. I've made this so many times and it is always a hit.

    Recipe #327525

    This is great for a breakfast on Christmas morning or any other morning that you want to serve something special. You will just love it!

    Recipe #327523

    My old neighbor catered and made this for brunches......it is so simple and is essentially just 'eggs'....not all that filler that most egg bakes contain. Remember never to bake eggs in an aluminum pan--they will turn GREEN!!

    Recipe #327516

    This recipe was given to me by my good friend Cec many years ago and it is one that I make in the winter months. It is wonderful and could be costly if you are not in a 'fresh seafood' part of the country. I change it up depending on what is available at the time I'm making it. It is not necessary to use all of the different shellfish, use your imagination! I substitute small lobster tails for the fish and make sure to have one for each serving, people will fight for them!! Be sure to have plenty of good bread for dipping, the sauce is yummy!! Don't be discouraged by the long list of ingredients, this takes one pot and you only need to do two steps for a wonderful meal!

    Recipe #327449

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