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    When my mother died, my brother was still living in the house. When he moved, he sold everything without telling me and all my mothers' recipes were in the stove drawer. I could have killed my brother because the one thing that meant the most to me in that drawer was her Heavenly Hash recipe. I've been searching since then for something close, cause I always got home from school just as she was finishing the fudge. I sure miss hers. So this is kind of close to it. I got it from a NOPSI cookbook they printed and sent out free at the early part of the introduction of the cookbook. The recipes used to be furnished in a little brochure they had in the buses and street cars. I still wish I had my mother's recipe. All our family liked it and she made a large amount around the holidays for when the family came over.

    Recipe #47865

    This is a simple dish to make for a party and it's very good. I brought it to a family party and they were gone in no time!

    Recipe #45414

    This was one of our favorite dishes on Fridays in our Catholic household. I think my Mother learned this recipe from her Mother and so on and well you get the idea. It's also good with drained LeSueur peas warmed in it at the end. Don't ask, just try for yourself. Hope you enjoy this like we have! Thanks Mama for such a wonderful dish and memory! My kids & grandkids are enjoying this to this day!

    Recipe #31548

    When I was a little girl, my mama always made this for me for breakfast. I loved it and fixed it for my children who also loved it. It always smelled so good frying that I could hardly wait to get it on my plate.

    Recipe #27509

    My mother had made creamed potatoes all my life and I loved them so much. That particular day I was so proud of making them all by myself (with a few suggestions from my uncle), that until this day I still remember how proud I was!

    Recipe #25289

    One of those necessary meals I thought up when you must feed your family well when the paychecks almost due. You usually have all these ingredients on hand! My husband and kids thought the world of it and now my grandchildren do too!

    Recipe #24387


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