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    This is an old recipe my mother found stashed away in her recipe box. This comes from my Great, Great, Great Grandmother Minnie Bindlick, who was Pennsylvania Dutch. She used to make these cookies for large family and church gatherings. As you can see from the amounts, it makes MANY cookies. Please note the amount of cookies this recipe produces is estimated. I took a good guess, as I haven't tried it yet. Perhaps someone will try this recipe and let me know.

    Recipe #296786

    My mother recommended that I post this recipe. It is her most requested cake by her friends for pot lucks and picnics. She says this cake is light compared to some peanut butter desserts, and it has a good peanut butter flavor. She got it from "The Test Kitchens at Taste of Home". I have not made it yet. I hope you will try it and let me know what you think!

    Recipe #296710

    This is one of my favorite recipes from my grandmother and always proves to be a hit. When I was in the 4-H Club during my early teenage years, I actually won a blue ribbon at the New York State Fair with this recipe. Thanks, Grandma!

    Recipe #296315

    I know there are a zillion recipes on zaar for whipped cream topping, but here is mine. It's simple as can be.

    Recipe #296140

    This is an easy, delicious way to cook asparagus. The light lemon flavor is lovely.

    Recipe #295339

    As I watched Food Network's Ina Garten make Salmon Nicoise, I was inspired to use the technique of smoothing a thick marinade over salmon filets before roasting. Her marinade is olive oil-based, whereas mine is butter-based and resembles herb butter. My husband was returning from a business trip, so I wanted to surprise him with an elegant dinner. I served this dish alongside lemon-roasted asparagus and roasted garlic smashed potatoes. Needless to say, he was very pleased. Hope you enjoy as well!

    Recipe #295337

    Here is a recipe for tuna melts "my way". I like my tuna salad filling to be onion-ey, with bits of tomatoes, covered in melted cheddar, with the bread grilled dark brown. I like to eat these with creamy tomato soup and a big glass of milk. Now that's my idea of comfort food!

    Recipe #294780

    This is my absolute favorite sugar cookie recipe. These cookies are so moist. They remain fresh-tasting for two weeks after baking, where a lot of sugar cookie recipes I've tried turn crunchy and brittle after a day or two. Please note that in the ingredients, the amount of flour may be a bit off. You may need to use more or less flour than indicated for desired consistency. Much of the time, my family doesn't use measurements. Grandma Shadduck advised on the recipe card, "Use enough flour to make dough stiff enough to roll out well, and roll them out thick to keep cookies soft." Give these a try. They're delicious!

    Recipe #294583

    This is another treasured family recipe. These cookies are moist and light with a hint of nutmeg. Please note in the ingredients the amount of flour may be a bit off. You may need to use less or more than indicated. I haven't made these in a very long time, and my family doesn't always include measurements in recipes. Aunt Audrita noted on the recipe card "enough flour as needed to roll out properly". If anyone figures out (before I do) exactly how much that is, please write me a note!

    Recipe #294520

    This is a recipe that has been in my family for years and years. These cookies are cake-like, light, fluffy and moist with zing from using sour milk. If you're looking for a classic chocolate chip cookie recipe, I must enunciate (due to two reviewers' comments) that these cookies ARE NOTHING LIKE A CLASSIC CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE. They are not expected to be crisp or chewy, and the flavor is much lighter. I think this is due to reduced fat content (using 1/2 cup shortening rather than the amount of butter in a classic chocolate chip cookie). I use mini chocolate chips, since regular chocolate chips tend to be too heavy for this cookie batter (but feel free to use your preference). Also, I use homogenized/pasteurized whole milk, but my grandmother always used real sour milk when we lived on the dairy farm. She didn't need to spoil the milk using vinegar. I think the type of milk makes all the diffference. These cookies are great, but they don't quite taste the same as when Grandma made them using more conventional/natural methods.

    Recipe #294516

    This recipe is from the September 2006 issue of Cooking Light Magazine. It's a different way to cook green beans. The beans turn out tender with crisp browned edges; and the mushrooms, shallots and thyme are a lovely flavor accent.

    Recipe #293998

    This is one of the easiest things to cook on the grill. It could also be prepared ahead and taken on a picnic or camping trip. I like to cook these veggies and my Foil Packet Country Potatoes while grilling meat, so everything is done all at once without too much effort. You could use the veggies and seasonings mentioned below or substitute others of your preference.

    Recipe #293981

    Orange and chocolate is one of my favorite flavor combinations. Food Network's, Giada De Laurentiis, made something like this during one of her shows, and it gave me the idea to make my own version. I tested it out on my friends, and they loved it. I hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #293974

    This is one of my favorite summer potato recipes. It's so easy to make. I like to cook mine a little longer, so those potato and onion slices at the bottom of the packet are browned and buttery crispy. I like to cook these potatoes while grilling meat, so everything is done all at once without too much effort. Whenever I make this, we fight over who gets to scrape the bottom of the packet for the browned bits of potatoes and onions.

    Recipe #293905

    This is one of the most simple, tasty main dishes. The pork chops are flavorful with a crispy, buttery breaded outside layer.

    Recipe #293901

    I mistakenly bought a can of dark cherries instead of red tart cherries, as I had planned to bake cherry crisp for a Sunday dinner. With no other dessert ideas and no time to run to the grocery store, I remedied the situation by adding cranberries when cooking the filling. This provided the tartness that was missing from the dark cherry variety. My family enjoyed it, so I thought the creation was worth sharing in case another cook encounters a similar situation.

    Recipe #291314

    This recipe is simply delicious and refreshing.

    Recipe #291308

    This is a quick, easy way to make chicken parmesan. The chicken breasts are baked--not fried--so I like to think it's a healthier version. Enjoy!

    Recipe #291158

    My husband prefers a red sauce with chunky vegetables and hot Italian sausage. I take a plain jar of spaghetti sauce and "doctor" it up a bit, so it tastes like I spent all day slaving over the stove. It has a rich, condensed tomato flavor. Sometimes I like to use bulk Italian sausage instead of links and make this sauce to use in lasagna. Delicious!

    Recipe #290892

    I'm not certain from where this recipe originated, but it is one of my husband's and my favorites. This past Valentine's Day, which happened to be on the day of a blustery snowstorm, he actually made this recipe on the outdoor grill. Now that's love!

    Recipe #290888

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