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    My MIL's recipe -- Another cake from the great state of Texas that my family has enjoyed for about 40 years -- This cake is made with more butter, and 1 cup of sour cream, instead of the 1/2 cup called for in most recipes here on Zaar. ******NOTE: Feel free to make this cake the day before you plan to serve -- as some of the reviewers have mentioned, it is even better the day after baking! ****** Can also be baked in two 9-inch layers (metal pans) at 350F for 25-30 minutes!

    Recipe #285364

    This is my friend Joe Comb's recipe -- he was a great friend and a great cook! He moved away from the Atlanta area several years ago, and I no longer know how to contact him. Wherever Joe is, I hope he is aware of Recipe Zaar -- The original recipe called for french cut green beans, but I prefer whole beans that I can actually chew! 2 1/2 - 2 3/4 pounds blanched fresh beans can be substituted!

    Recipe #267080

    Found on facebook; posted by Barefeet In The Kitchen -- modified from http://barefeetinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2013/01/sriracha-honey-roasted-broccoli.html. Original recipe by Rosemarried.com.

    Recipe #506822

    While starving, I threw this together and had a nice tilapia dish done in less than 20 minutes! :) I served this super fast meal with canned mexi-corn and black beans combined together with a sprinkling of garlic powder and a few dashes of cayenne pepper, and microwaved for two minutes!

    Recipe #427469

    Oven roasted wings (or thighs) with a sprinkle of this and a sprinkle of that -- and at the end drizzled with honey and lemon! YUM! :) For easy cleanup, roast wings on parchment paper -- look for za'atar spice mix at international markets or specialty grocery stores! :)

    Recipe #408990

    From EatingWell,com: November/December 2011, Eating Well One-Pot Meals -- This Asian barbecued chicken made in a casserole dish is truly finger-licking good! You can make this with 2 bone-in chicken breasts (about 12 ounces each) instead of thighs and drumsticks, if you prefer. Remove the skin (if desired) and cut each chicken breast in half on the diagonal to get 4 portions about equal in weight.

    Recipe #491452

    From The Atlanta Journal newspaper, February 2, 1972 edition -- If your family loves hot biscuits, you can treat them to their favorites more often if you keep Time-Saving Homemade Biscuit-Mix on hand. Note: directions included below for baking biscuits, dumplings, waffles, or pancakes!

    Recipe #271551

    From The Gadsden Times (online edition) by Mary Lucille Jordan. Can be made with poached or roasted chicken or turkey. Dried cranberries can be substituted for the raisins -- diced celery can be substituted for the onions! Chill if desired, or serve immediately. -------- The salad pictured is made with raisins, both celery and green onions to fill the 1/3 cup measure, (not 1/3 cup of each), and about twice the amount of toasted almonds as called for in the recipe -- the almonds were so good I couldn't resist doubling the amount! It is a nice combination of flavors -- NOTE: salt and pepper can be added to taste.

    Recipe #323317

    From TOH's facebook page promoting Easy recipes from the NEW Taste of Home Cooking School Cookbook: Chinese Pork Ribs uses a slow cooker to “cheat-it” instead of ordering take-out Recommended by June Ross of Belmont, North Carolina. -- Originally published as Chinese Pork Ribs in Quick Cooking September/October 2002, p49

    Recipe #477371

    This great quiche recipe is from The Collector's Cookbook (tear-out) of Woman's Day magazine, April 1975 edition. It is a great way to use leftover ham, and makes an easy brunch dish.

    Recipe #267338

    Began as a simple homemade potato soup, but after opening the cupboard and the fridge, a new heartier soup was born!

    Recipe #350126

    This recipe is from the 1977 edition of Tea-Time at the Masters Cookbook, page 251 -- my family has enjoyed these brownies for almost 30 years! Probably the best blond brownie you will ever eat!

    Recipe #267073

    Modified recipe from MyRecipes.com. Original recipe by Hannah Klinger, published in Cooking Light, May 2011.

    Recipe #505927

    Based on the AJC online edition's What's For Dinner featured on 08-05-09 -- 5 ingredients / 30 Minute Challenge! recipe submitted by Matt Doroff, Norcross, Georgia, with some OPTIONAL ingredients. A great one-pot, family friendly meal with an even better kid-approved acronym, SCRAM :) (Salsa, Cheese, Rice and Meat). This is convenience cooking at its best, a ground meat skillet dinner using salsa and taco seasoning for flavor and cooked rice (and optional black beans) to add heft... If you don't have cooked rice on hand, one (8.8-ounce) package brown or white cooked Ready Rice (90 second microwaveable) can be used. To keep this more kid-friendly, leave out the chopped jalapenos! Leftovers can be rolled up in a tortilla for a burrito filling - or plan on using tortillas as part of your SCRAM meal!

    Recipe #385113

    From Family Circle Magazine, March 2008 Edition -- cook up some fun with your kids by Debra Ponzak. This dish has the perfect amount of sweetness for kids and adults.

    Recipe #284963

    I grew up in Alabama and learned to make squash casserole from my Ma Fern, without added calories from milk, canned soup, crackers, or bread crumbs! ---------------- NOTE: Prep time includes cool down time after the squash is sauteed! Cooking time includes estimated time for sauteing the squash, AND baking the casserole in the oven!

    Recipe #482522

    From ehow.com -- Homemade orange extract using peel from navel oranges, vodka, water, and about a week to steep! Substitute lemons or limes for a different flavor -- Place in small bottles for gift giving! If you make this, try it in Recipe #340850, or include a copy of the recipe with the gift bottle of extract --

    Recipe #340691

    For a tasty quick meal -- Serve with side dishes, or place salmon fillets on top of a salad!

    Recipe #476734

    Good served with roast chicken, roast beef, or country fried steak and gravy. Note: 2 4-ounce cans of chopped mushrooms (drained) may be substituted for fresh mushrooms.

    Recipe #272016

    Cheeseburger pie--really better made with ground turkey or ground pork, or a mixture of the two. If made with ground beef, it must be VERY lean, or you will have a soggy crust!

    Recipe #272972

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