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    This was given to me by my mom who got it from her neighbor. **Be sure to use heaping tablespoons of mayo and Miracle Whip when making.

    Recipe #219787

    Who doesn't love chocolate? This is a wonderful take on dark chocolate.

    Recipe #207742

    My husband found this in the Dallas Morning News cookie contest. It is very easy to make and sooo yummy!

    Recipe #201161

    I found this recipe in the Dallas/Fort Worth House & Home magazine at my local grocery store. It was in an article for children's cooking, but I make them just because they are a different twist on a baked potato.

    Recipe #180473

    Another great recipe from my friend, Maryann. This is always a pleaser. *You can shred a little extra cheese to top off.

    Recipe #180052

    Aonther recipe I found in my archives. Very quick and easy!

    Recipe #179404

    I enjoy making simple Amish dishes and have been making this for years at Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #179128

    This is from The Dallas Morning News. It is easy to make. I love the sweet/tart combination and always enjoy making this, especially in the Fall.

    Recipe #179018

    This recipe came from my friend, Suzette. I love Key Lime pie and this is the best I have ever tasted! She combined several recipes (Southern Living) in one to make this perfect pie. It is sure to please!

    Recipe #179007

    A quick and tasty way to grill potatoes at a summer get-together. (I am usually very liberal with the dressing and garlic.)

    Recipe #178925

    Tastes just like the cocktail only in cake form. *Lemon cake can be substitued if you cannot find orange.

    Recipe #178916

    This is very easy to make and I think it is even better that day after!

    Recipe #178913

    A simple classic recipe.

    Recipe #178867

    I am a huge fan of pumpkin so this cake is a favorite of mine, especially in the Fall. When serving for guests, I use my fancy William Sonoma small flower shaped bundt pans (6 indiviual bundts per pan) and dust each one with powdered sugar. They are always a big hit. Enjoy, fellow pumpkin lovers!

    Recipe #178435

    My friend, Maryann, gave me this recipe back in 1980 when I was still in high school.I have always enjoyed it for pizza as well as for my stromboli and pepperoni breads.

    Recipe #178077

    Another recipe given to me by my friend, Maryann, waaaay back in high school. This is great served with raw veggies.

    Recipe #178076

    This is good for fried mushrooms, onion rings, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, etc. Also good for fish and chicken strips. Enjoy.

    Recipe #178075

    This was given to me through a recipe tree. It is quick, easy and oh so yummy. I have made this many times when delivering dinners to friends and always get asked for the recipe. It is a wonderful comfort food dinner!

    Recipe #176874

    Although this ham is delicious on its own, you may want to offer some type of condiment or sauce. Honey mustard, Dijon mustard, chutney and fruit sauce are excellent accompaniments.

    Recipe #176762

    This is a southern classic. The sugar will form a nice caramel crust on top of the casserole. Enjoy!

    Recipe #176739

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