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    This is a one-dish meal that I came up with years ago when I was raiding my pantry. It has been a long-standing favorite, and is especially tasty during the colder months. It smells great simmering on the stove!

    Recipe #404060

    This was one of the first cheesecakes that I learned to make, and it set the bar pretty high. The pecans in the crust give it an extra special touch, and the sour cream topping adds to the "wow" factor. This cheesecake needs to chill in the refrigerator at least 2 hours before serving, which is not reflected in the preparation time. It can be prepared up to three days ahead and kept in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #404059

    When I first got married, my husband told me that his favorite cake was a simple yellow cake with chocolate icing. I wanted to make a birthday cake for him from scratch, and this was the result. He never would eat a box cake again! This is especially nice with a tall glass of milk.

    Recipe #403551

    Every gardener has the same dilemma - what to do with all their zucchini bounty! This is one solution and even makes a great gift.

    Recipe #403501

    Another oldie that I had forgotten about and am posting here for safe-keeping. It makes a nice change of pace from regular pecan pie.

    Recipe #403500

    The Pink Tea Cup is a soul food restaurant that has been in Greenwich Village for more than five decades. I was sad to read recently that Greenwich Village is going to lose a little bit of its soul because the Pink Tea Cup has announced it is closing. Third-generation owner Lisa Ford said the eatery will close Jan. 3, 2010 because of a weak economy and rising costs. Ford began working at the restaurant after graduating from college 20 years ago. Her great-aunt, Florida native Mary Raye, opened The Pink Tea Cup in 1954. The restaurant, which seats 42 people, is painted pink inside and out, and is known for its fried chicken, smothered pork chops and catfish. Ford said business has been declining since the Sept. 11 attacks. One of their famous desserts is their Sweet Potato Pie. I had clipped the recipe for this delight some 25 years ago. I am now posting it here for posterity, since it won't be available to enjoy at the restaurant.

    Recipe #403499

    This makes a wonderful gift, especially around the holidays with its vibrant color. This should be stored for 8 hours before eating (in order for the flavors to develop) and last up to 1 week. It is lovely served over vanilla ice cream or used as a topping for cheesecake (or any other dessert).

    Recipe #403489

    This makes a delicious cheesecake that gets oohs and aahs every time it is served. It is wonderful for any holiday or special occasion. You can garnish this with strawberries and powdered sugar, if desired, or choose a garnish that you prefer.

    Recipe #403484

    This tastes like autumn, but is great any time of year. If fresh pears are not in season, you can use canned pear halves packed in light syrup. Just drain four 16-oz. cans, puree in blender or food processor and simmer with remaining ingredients as directed. This spread is delicious on toast or muffins. It will keep up to 1 month in the refrigerator, so it would make a great gift come holiday season.

    Recipe #403287

    I am a big fan of tea breads (or quick breads) and this one has a nice, citrussy quality that is a real treat. This bread does need to sit overnight in order for the flavors to blend; however, I have not included that in the preparation time, so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #403281

    This is a recipe that I have had for ages and is a special treat during the holiday season. This cake is very rich. It is also pretty easy to make, and pretty to look at (if garnished with some nutmeg and red and green cherries). You can make it up to 24 hours in advance, but be sure to refrigerate any leftovers.

    Recipe #403241

    I think I adapted this recipe from something printed on a can of yams about 20 years ago. I have always enjoyed this during the fall and winter seasons, and I think you will too. It is a nice change of pace from the usual spice cake.

    Recipe #403234

    This is a lovely quick bread that I enjoy making when fresh strawberries are first in season. It is a springtime treat that goes well with a cup of tea or a cool glass of milk.

    Recipe #403238

    These heart-shaped German cookies are so delicate and delicious. I got this recipe over 25 years ago and have been making them for holiday gifts every since. They also are a lovely treat on Valentine's Day. I usually make them with the liqueur, which makes them extra-special. The cookie dough does need to be refrigerated for several hours, which is not included in the preparation time, so plan accordingly. Because these cookies are quite fragile and no one wants a broken heart, package them in metal cookie tins lined with large paper doilies. Decorate the tops of the tins with familiar small candy hearts inscribed with romantic messages for a unique Valentine's Day gift.

    Recipe #403236

    This is a great side dish that is perfect for any holiday. It goes well with any dinner - ham, turkey, prime rib, etc. I have also done this using all cauliflower, so I suppose you could do all broccoli if you prefer. It is also fine to make this ahead and reheat. You couldn't ask for a more versatile recipe!

    Recipe #403086

    Many years ago, a co-worker of mine used to go apple picking annually and would then bring some apples to me so I could make a pie for him. I got tired of making my same old apple pie and asked him if I could experiment a little bit. He agreed, and this is what I came up with. He was pleasantly surprised (and so was I).

    Recipe #402971

    I made this for Thanksgiving many years ago as a change of pace, and it was a huge hit! I would recommend it for any time of year, but it is very special for a holiday.

    Recipe #402969

    When the brisk autumn arrives, I tend to cook with fresh apple cider quite a bit. There is nothing like the crisp, tangy taste! Over the years, I began to add it to my pot roast recipe, and it became a family favorite. It just adds a hint of sweetness that really lifts the gravy from average to wonderful. Even "non-Pot Roast Lovers" (which there happen to be quite a few) enjoy this twist. I also know most people like potatoes in their pot roast, but I always serve my pot roast with either Recipe #290398 or Recipe #343221. I would love to try this in the slow cooker sometime, too!

    Recipe #393740

    I have a friend who is always begging me to make him a rhubarb pie. He doesn't want any other fruits mixed in (I love to make strawberry-rhubarb pies and jam) and he doesn't want any custard - just purely rhubarb. So here is my recipe.

    Recipe #391859

    This is an old favorite of my boyfriend Bill's. It is somewhat like Chicken Francese, with the herbs giving it a great depth of flavor. It is quite easy to prepare, too.

    Recipe #389818

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