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    This is a puffy type of corn bread we have every Sunday for a family breakfast.

    Recipe #471363

    This recipe works well. store these large cookies in a closed container. (Caution, when opening the container the aroma WILL clear your sinuses). It comes right out of the Mennonite Cookbook (Altona Women"s Institute Cookbook). A typical cookie is large and very thick and should look white not browned. With a bit of a fluffy texture.

    Recipe #288390

    A girl I worked with a very long time ago (Christine Hammel) brought this loaf to work and I couldn't get enough of it. So she gave me the recipe. (I begged her) Mmmm, mmmm, good.

    Recipe #254119

    This is a 4th generation Chocolate cake. Handed down from mother to daughter over the years. It is very moist and Chocolatey.

    Recipe #240061

    This tangy snack won me my first bake trade, from a girl on my high school swim team. I got two dozen chocolate chip cookies for one loaf. (I got ripped off) :D All of the lemons in this recipe are used, juice and all.

    Recipe #231761

    This one comes right out of Alaska and the Yukon from the gold rush. Is very simple, you just have to have patience for a few days. Is sensitive to cold, it must be kept warm. DO NOT SEAL IN A TIGHT CONTAINER.

    Recipe #227228

    This is a great ending to a family get together. The original recipe had 3 eggs instead of one and no sourdough. The sourdough gives this cake a level of taste you can't get elsewhere. Enjoy.

    Recipe #227215

    I'll give Anna Olsen credit for originating this recipe, but I had to cut down on the butter and add a couple more spices for my own taste. My family just loves this one, I've made this twice now, but haven't had a chance to try it on others.

    Recipe #225136

    This is a nice treat after dinner on a nice summer day. Served with a light vanilla custard, it puts a smile on everyone.

    Recipe #224208

    This is a blast from the past for me. These cookies disappeared at light speed when I was growing up, and my kids make them disappear just as fast. (Add the full grated rind to the mix, and about half of another one for the icing.)

    Recipe #223946

    I got this recipe from a fishing camp cook in northern Quebec, while I was on a 6 week tour taking care of a helicopter.

    Recipe #223744


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