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    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

    There has not been a Thanksgiving in 27 years that has not seen me baking this pie! It is super simple and takes no time to put together.

    Recipe #386723

    This is a recipe I have been making for over 20 years. Even though I like to try new banana bread recipes, I find myself frequently returning to this one.

    Recipe #386715

    As a beginning cook, I especially liked to practice making pies. Peaches are probably my favorite fruit (but only when in season), so it was a pie I practiced often. I finally got up the nerve to enter a local Grange Fair, and was so surprised to win! That was great encouragement for a novice pie maker.

    Recipe #386684

    I could make this pie in my sleep, I have done it so many times! It started out when my son was small and we used to go apple picking. I had to use up all those apples so I made pies and gave them away. Suddenly, everyone else decided to go apple picking too and would bring me their apples to turn into pies! It's just a basic, traditional recipe but it is delicious and homey. Note: I will tell you that my preference is for Cortland apples, and it ends up being about 2-1/2 lbs. usually.

    Recipe #386683

    This is probably the first cake I ever made that was from scratch and not out of a box. It is still one of my favorites today, and goes perfectly with a tall glass of milk.

    Recipe #386680

    This is the ONLY fudge recipe that I make, which everyone looks forward to around the holidays. My niece Alisa saves her empty container from the year before and brings it to me for her annual refill. She loves to help make this, and it is so easy, even a child can do it! I personally prefer walnuts in my fudge, but it's great either way. It makes a nice gift when presented in a holiday tin. Note: Make only one recipe at a time - do not double!

    Recipe #386677

    This is a delicious dip/spread that is great on a bagel. Or, if you are hosting a brunch, you can serve it on mini bagels garnished with some cucumber slices. Of course, if you don't like or drink whiskey, you can substitute milk in its place.

    Recipe #380994

    This is actually a very affordable dinner when clams are in season. I prefer using the slightly larger cherrystone clams, but littlenecks are fine too. If using the littlenecks, reduce the cooking time about 1-2 minutes.

    Recipe #380975

    Layered with spinach, jarred Alfredo sauce and two kinds of cheese, this mouthwatering baked pasta dish is a crowd-pleaser, and easy on the budget!

    Recipe #380913

    Toss lemony shrimp in a flavorful garlic and butter sauce and serve with linguine and peas.

    Recipe #380912

    I love asparagus and I love smoked salmon, so this is one of my favorite little appetizer bites!

    Recipe #379755

    This is a "must have" on our Christmas dessert table, but it is equally as good any time of year, or for any occasion. Although I use berries, it is wonderful with all different fresh fruits, such as kiwi or peaches. It is also very versatile and can be layered with fruit in a parfait dish if you prefer, nestled in a puff pastry or dessert shell, or set in a mold. We always serve it in one large stemmed glass bowl. Preparation time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #371945

    Cumin and fiery serrano chile infuse this simple soup as it cooks, and a dollop of sour cream provides a refreshing foil for the spicy flavors. For less heat, seed the chile first or use a milder pepper, such as jalapeno. You can also omit the chile altogether, if your prefer. You can soak the beans before you go to bed, then wake up and put everything together in the crockpot. You will have a hearty, satisfying soup that is low in calories and fat waiting for you when you come home from work.

    Recipe #369668

    Good Food Magazine, March 1987

    Recipe #369657

    "Join the Club", Good Food Magazine, September 1986

    Recipe #369652

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