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    This recipe intrigues me! Hopefully someone with the patience to endure the long cook time will try it! ------ Modified from dallasnews.com, published September 08, 2009 (Cook's Country Best Lost Suppers) ---- This recipe is tied to Mary Rattley, President Herbert Hoover's cook in the eight years before he went to the White House. The tomatoes have a concentrated tomato flavor in a syrup the editors describe as irresistible. [NOTE: The original recipe called for 1 tablespoon salt, and 1 teaspoon white pepper (no black pepper and no cayenne); make it that way, if you so desire!]

    Recipe #481076

    Make this a meal by adding cooked chicken, fish, or shrimp -- Modified from dallasnews.com's recipe by Jane Jarrell, published: June 21, 2011. Dust off your food processor!

    Recipe #481058

    Modified from dallasnews.com's recipe by Tina Danze, published: August 10, 2011. NOTE: Recently I saw a tip on America's Test Kitchen (or Cook's Country) to use frozen okra (thawed and blotted dry) in recipes, because decent fresh okra is hard to find in grocery stores!

    Recipe #481057

    Modified from the dallasnews.com -- Recipe by Tina Danze, published August 10, 2011. NOTE: Recently, I saw on America's Test Kitchen (or Cook's Country), to use frozen okra thawed and blotted dry in recipes, rather than trying to find decent fresh okra in grocery stores!

    Recipe #481056

    Modified from dallasnews.com -- By Alison Ladman, Wire Reports, Published June 12, 2012, just in time for Father's Day! ------------ NOTE: Cashews are really seeds, but most of us consider them to be nuts, so I've added this recipe to the nut category!

    Recipe #481055

    Cake Bites: Sized for two delicious bites, these little cakes are perfect for parties and socials. Great-Aunt Thelma’s Hummingbird Cake, with its moist, dense texture, is perfect! From dallasnews.com's Recipe of the Day -- By Kitchen Scoop/Alicia Ross -- Published: 01 June 2012. -------- NOTE: 30 minute prep time includes cooling time after cupcakes are baked; 20 minute cook time is for one batch/pan of cupcakes! If using two pans, total cook time for 48 cupcakes (two batches) is 40 minutes!

    Recipe #481054

    From Simply Recipes -- Posted by Elise on Oct 5, 2006.

    Recipe #480955

    Modified from Elise's Nov 22, 2008 post to Simply Recipes -- Have on hand for the holidays; top a cheesecake, or great served on vanilla ice cream or pound cake!

    Recipe #480954

    Featured on Carla's Kitchen Confessions' facebook page -- Recipe by Cooking4mykids.com -- Cook time equals freeze time!

    Recipe #480927

    Whole wheat flour is an often overlooked baking ingredient in many kitchens. However, it is a great substitute for traditional flour in many recipes, like this one for oatmeal cookies. For less spread, substitute butter-flavored Crisco (all, or part) for the butter. From Taste of Home's facebook page -- Recipe by Jennifer.

    Recipe #480919

    From Southern Living's facebook page featuring 19 Refreshing Sweet Tea Recipes -- Originally in Southern Living May 2011

    Recipe #480815

    Modified from Southern Living May 2011 -- Prepare the vinaigrette, and while it cools 20 minutes, grill the shrimp and peaches, then assemble the salad! (Prep time includes vinaigrette cooling time!)

    Recipe #480814

    Recipe #480614

    From Real Simple's facebook page feature of desserts -- life made easier, everyday!

    Recipe #480316

    Modified from Real Simple's facebook page -- life made easier, everyday! The yield will vary depending upon what size biscuit cutter you use -- Makes eight 4-inch empanadas-- serves four adults (2 empanadas each). The yield using a 2-inch cutter was 14 (2-inch) empanadas.

    Recipe #480315

    From Real Simple's facebook page featuring 3 Cool Summer Drinks -- life made easier, everyday!

    Recipe #480312

    Adapted from Real Simple's facebook page featuring 3 Cool Summer Drinks -- life made easier, every day!

    Recipe #480310

    Adapted from Real Simple's facebook page featuring 13 Fresh Side Dishes for Spring -- life made easier, every day! Make it a one dish meal by topping the salad with grilled chicken --

    Recipe #480308

    A praline pound cake that appeared on a White Lily Flour calendar more than 15 years ago. For the best flavor and ease of slicing, you should bake the pound cake at least 8 hours before you plan to serve it.

    Recipe #480058

    A buttery-rich scone is nothing more than a glorified biscuit—made even more delicious with sweet and savory twists. From Southern Living's facebook page -- Easy, Irresistible Scones; originally published in Southern Living, December 2010.

    Recipe #478380

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