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    This is Mom's favorite chocolate cake. Easy to make and has a little different twist. Also has no eggs or dairy products. Pick your favorite frosting for the top--Mom likes 7-minute the best.

    Recipe #40237

    This is quick and easy to make for that last minute "have to take something" and always gets wiped out. I have a really hard time keeping my family out of it long enough to cover it and put it in the refrigerator. We like to save the drained juices for a refreshing beverage.

    Recipe #38716

    This recipe is being posted in response to a request on the boards. I haven't made it yet. I'm really glad this request came up because it sounds delicious and I just know I'm going to have to make it myself now. Cook time includes processing time only.

    Recipe #41025

    All of my life Dad has refused to eat anything with cornmeal in it. He always claimed to be able to taste the presence of even the slightest amount. Frequently, we would have to check the labels, because we were absolutely certain there was no cornmeal in foods that he proclaimed there was (He always claimed to have had too much cornmeal when he was US Army Airborne). I served this with trepidation at a recent dinner party, knowing he would be present, but made sure I had an alternate to accomodate him. Mom and I watched in amazement, while for the first time in our lives, Dad ate his without complaint...and shock of all shocks...he went back for seconds, then told Mom she should get the recipe.

    Recipe #38006

    I doubled this to 12 servings (for 8 people) and had absolutely no left-overs. Another one for my diabetic dinner guests, yet well received by all!

    Recipe #37987

    Sometimes I just luck out and come up with a winner in my house the very first time...this was one of those times and my family has decided this should become my new BBQ sauce/marinade of choice! Thank goodness I wrote down the ingredients as I went!!! Prep time includes marinating for up to 24 hours. This freezes well and will do up to three pounds of beef ribs, so feel free to make plenty up for those cookouts this summer. It should also keep for 2 or 3 days refrigerated (remember there are no additives or preservatives).

    Recipe #65055

    This is a frequently requested bread in my household. Along with the request for me to make it always comes the comment, "You don't make that beer bread often enough. It is so....Good!" Hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Prep time does not include proofing of starter.Makes one 1 1/2 lb. loaf

    Recipe #39484

    This is in response to a request on the boards. I haven't tried it yet, but it's making my taste buds water. Can't wait for my blueberries to produce enough fruit so I can make this. Cook time includes processing of filled jars only.

    Recipe #41026

    I was feeling creative last night...needed a veggie side dish and this is what I came up with. DH insisted I need to post this since he knows I'll never write it down, hence he'll never get to have it again otherwise!

    Recipe #86421

    This is an oven version of ChrissyO's Crockpot Hot Fudge Sundae Cake that I've been doing for years. I got it from my 1976 Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook. A cake-like brownie will form on the top and a pudding-like sauce will form underneath. Just cut into desired number of servings and turn up-side down into a bowl or onto a saucer and spoon some of the remaining sauce over. This is nice served alone or with vanilla or butterbrickle ice cream on the side. Baking time is approximate, but check for brownie to test clean on toothpick.

    Recipe #54035

    My youngest daughter refers to these as "Monkey Bread" and has been requesting them a lot lately. They are somewhat time consuming, but well worth it. Brown sugar and cinnamon can be substituted for the cinnamon and sugar if you wish to have a caramel flavor.

    Recipe #39619

    This was a cake Mom made when I was a child. She didn't make it very often, but when she did...oh la la!

    Recipe #39792

    This recipe is in response to a request for the Betty Crocker (1950-1960) version of the cake. I have tried to retain the authenticity of the period, hence the repetition of the ingredient amounts throughout the recipe. I hope you enjoy it. Mom used to make this one sometimes too!

    Recipe #40842

    Rich, tender, fudgy brownie that those chocolate lovers just can't resist. For a "mocha" experience, substitute coffee for the water. My family just can't help themselves, even when they're already "stuffed" when these are around.

    Recipe #38764

    This is in response to a discussion on the boards, because the ingredient of the month is "beer". I haven't tried it yet, myself, but it does sound good. I think 1 cup Rye flour could also be substituted for 1 cup of the bread flour. Hope you enjoy it and would really appreciate hearing how it turns out if you decide to make it. Thanks. This could also be made using traditional bread making methods. Makes one 1 1/2 lb loaf.

    Recipe #39452

    This cake is very moist and extremely easy to make.

    Recipe #25080

    This is a recipe I got from True Story magazine years and years ago. I forgot I had this, but it's in my favorites file so I know I thought it was really good at one time (or I wouldn't have bothered to write it out). Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #40595

    This is my modified version of a recipe from my Rival's Crockpot Cooking cookbook. It is quick and easy to slap together and tastes very much like Spanish Rice with chicken rather than burger. It was a major hit with everyone in my family recently. I hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #42876

    This is another of those family recipes that I copied when I was a teen for my own recipe collection. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #40625

    This recipe came from "The Farmers Almanac Blue Ribbon Recipes" cookbook, used for a pumpkin pie. I used it last night to make Bev's Chocolate Chip Pie. It turned out great. It can be prebaked for a cream-filled pie, or unbaked for a pie that must go into the oven. You could use this recipe as an alternative to just about any "crumb crust". Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

    Recipe #40410

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