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    Basic muffins that can be changed for many different flavors.

    Recipe #466180

    This is the easiest no-fail pie crust ever. It works best for a single crust pie, but can be doubled and rolled for the top crust.

    Recipe #426679

    This is a recipe I got when I was a senior in high school. That year, I attended a school in a German community in eastern Oklahoma. This is one of my favorite dishes from there. Prep time includes time for the dough to rise and chill.

    Recipe #402923

    I found this recipe in a cook book from the 1800 while trying to recreate my husband's grandmother's biscuits. DH say they are close enough for him.

    Recipe #268845

    This came from the O Magazine.

    Recipe #259409

    I came up with this to satisfy my husband’s craving for ice cream. He is commercial cow milk intolerant but LOVES ice cream. This does have a little cow stuff to add to the creaminess, but I have used goat cream instead and it makes it even better. It just takes a while to get enough cream.

    Recipe #250003

    I got this recipe from Constance, a wonderful woman from the Ivory Coast in West Africa. I use Smuckers Natural peanut butter because it tastes the closest to what I used when I was in the Ivory Coast. The amount of chili powder is only a general guide. Add more or less to suit your heat requirements. The hotter it is the more authintic. Use any kind of hot pepper powder you like. Serve over rice.

    Recipe #207054


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