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    A family favorite from way back, the recipe can be found in one of Mom's OLDEST Betty Crocker cookbooks under the title of, "Seafood Loaf." Mom always made it with salmon, and we always cleaned our plates when she made it. What's best is this makes a LOT of loaf for a big family. You can use canned tuna, but our favorite was always canned salmon.

    Recipe #520030

    You just can't beat tried-and-true Betty Crocker! Whether you use the "Basic" or "Richer" version, it will be your favorite GO-TO recipe for waffles forever! From the 1961 cookbook (don't worry... the directions are MY words, so don't worry about copyrights!), this basic formula is always the best. Personally, I double or TRIPLE the RICHER recipe and spend a morning making batch after batch of these precious waffles. The I bag them "two-by-two" into sandwich baggies and FREEZE them!! Then they are ready for breakfast, or ANYTIME in the blink of an eye and a WHOLE lot better than any store-bought frozen waffles!

    Recipe #498076

    I first tasted this soup at a restaurant on vacation in Oregon. I LOVED it so much, I BEGGED the chef for the recipe, and to my great surprise, he GAVE it to me! It has been a favorite in the family since. SO simple, really, but SO GOOD!

    Recipe #497909

    Great substitute for the dreaded FRUITCAKE. Easier to make, and much tastier, too.

    Recipe #492368

    This is a very traditional recipe for English Pastry CRUST which is used as a top and bottom crust for a meat-filled pie/casserole. It needs to be chilled before using, so you need to make this ahead of the actual main dish you are going to make with it. Some filling suggestions are: -- Leftover turkey, stuffing, and gravy from Thanksgiving -- Roast Leg of Lamb, onions, and gravy. -- Chicken and veggies -- Ham, potatoes, cheese The recipe originally published in Betty Crocker but is becoming harder to find this specialty pastry recipe. Once you try it, it will fast become a favorite for those who especially LOVE to eat the pastry crust as much if not more than the filling. Just about anything you can think of is made extra special with this tasty pastry!

    Recipe #492299

    1 Reviews |  By wyomugs

    From my grandmother's collection, we also know this recipe by the name, "Caramel Refrigerator Cookies." They are simple but delightful little cookie to serve at any time, not just when enjoying a cup of hot tea.

    Recipe #455881

    Recipe #427407

    2 Reviews |  By wyomugs

    This is nutritious, flexible, and delicious! I adapted it from my trusty Mennonite Cookbook recipe, and our family loves it and always asks for more! It goes "viral" everytime I make it for a church gathering or some other food-fest! ENJOY!

    Recipe #427404

    1 Reviews |  By wyomugs

    Great meal for the "throw together" night. I love ONE-POT meals, and this is my own creation... whoo hoo! ENJOY... and make alterations to satisfy your own tastes!

    Recipe #361596

    After resurrecting this recipe when Mom almost lost it, it's a long-time family favorite. Similar to many "old time" recipes but with many fewer eggs and separating and folding in the egg whites to lighten the texture. But this is NOT a dry cake, and so full of flavor it can stand alone on the plate! ENJOY!

    Recipe #201003

    When we were children, our neighbor, Mrs. McMaster, gave us a HUGE leftover bowlful of this delectible delight! We licked it clean and my mother had to ask for the recipe. It's been in the family ever since. The critical secret is the browning of the meat. It takes time to brown it to almost burnt, but this is where all the flavor is stored. Skip this step or try to shorten the time and you'll regret it! It's a hearty, healthy, simple stew that's great the first time and the next day, IF there are any leftovers! (Note: A time-saver is to prep the veggies while the stew is cooking the first hour!)

    Recipe #200995


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