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    October is "apple season" on Amish farms around the Midwest. Amish homemakers love this time of year for making apple butter, cider and dessert treats like these fritters.

    Recipe #265919

    This cake is wonderful, so easy to make and you won't have any leftovers for the next time you want to snack.

    Recipe #264569

    You can also use ground chuck or ground turkey. This casserole is simple to make and very tasty.

    Recipe #264415

    Corn Bread is often thought of as a "southern creation” and maybe it is. But one would be surprised at how well the Amish have co-opted the dish and made it a favorite of their own. Homemade corn bread is a favorite in many Amish kitchens.

    Recipe #264392

    This was my grandfather's favorite dessert. Our grandmother would make this for him when ever he got too cranky. It always put him in a better mood. This recipe call for a sugar cake, but you can use a yellow or a white cake instead. A lot of grocery stores do not carry the sugar cake mix that this recipe calls for. I always liked the Duncan Hines brand, but this is a personal choice of mine. For the strawberries you can use either the fresh or the frozen strawberries. Make sure they are thawed out and you drain all the liquid from them before starting.

    Recipe #263094

    There are a lot of steps, but well worth the end result.

    Recipe #263090

    This recipe comes courtesy of the Chicago Tribune Sunday paper. I tried it out on my boyfriend and he loved it. There are alot of steps but it is worth the end result. If you can't find the enoki mushrooms, then just use a small can mushroom stems/pieces you have on hand.

    Recipe #250085

    I found this in the Sunday Tribune, tried it out last weekend. It turned out wonderful. I have never grilled out so much as I have this summer. Must be all the beautiful weather we've had has forced me out of my hot kitchen into the sunshine. You can use either fresh or frozen Salmon for this recipe.

    Recipe #249864

    My son TJ loves pizza no matter if it's hot and fresh or leftover and cold. He is always on the look out for different types of pizza's that he can make himself. TJ ran across this in the Sunday paper and wanted to try it out. His smile at that first bite said it all. You can use white or yellow cornmeal for this recipe.

    Recipe #249759

    My daughter fixes these for her 6 kids. She needed something quick and easy. They are so big that she cuts them into 2 pieces especially for the younger kids.

    Recipe #249755

    My sister made these for us when we came to visit for the 4th of July holiday. Very tasty.

    Recipe #249659

    YES, there are alot of steps in making BBQ ribs and a great sauce to go with it, and YES they are always worth the work. Everyone has their own taste of what is great and what is mediocre. You just have to experiment with your sauces until you get it right. Well I finally got it just about right. LOL!! My boyfriend Marvin liked it and he ate every bite and my picky son and his girlfriend also helped to finish what was left of the ribs. So I must have done something right this time. Next time I will have to buy 8 lbs of ribs so I can have seconds.

    Recipe #249643

    Another great meal to grill outdoors. I am spending all of my free time outdoors grilling on my patio and attending to my flowers and just enjoying the sunshine while it lasts.

    Recipe #249602

    This is a very tasty dish. I love cooking out and this is always been a great dish for grilling.

    Recipe #249597

    This recipe calls for Rib eyes, but I found that the Rib eyes can be a little tough. I substituted NY Strips for the Rib eyes and they turned out alot better for me.

    Recipe #249593

    Try my smoothie recipe for a great big blast of eye-fighting nutrients- vitamins C and E, zinc, lutein and beta carotene:

    Recipe #249586

    This recipe is so easy and quick to prepare. I made it for dinner last night just for myself. I always make too much, but at least I'll have alot of left overs to bring to work for lunches.

    Recipe #249371

    My brother use to make this when we would come to visit. I think this was probably the only dish he knew how to cook. It is really good.

    Recipe #248317

    The best Apple pie ever. Nothing more needs to be said.

    Recipe #246925

    You really have to like Horseradish to enjoy this sauce. I have used 2 tsps of Horseradish to change the flavor alittle.

    Recipe #246923

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