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    These potatoes have a caramel glaze that is fantastic! Par-boil the yams the day before to save time on that busy day. I use an electric skillet to finish cooking them in the glaze. This recipe has been in my family "forever", but the measurements were never written down. Sorry I don't have a photo because they are beautiful! The prep time is for par-boiling.

    Recipe #336661

    Good cookies that are easy and quick.

    Recipe #209716

    This is so simple! My grandson loves to make these. I fix it alot in a dutch oven when camping. Same temperature and time applies whether at home or camping.

    Recipe #208820

    My grandchildren, and the adults as well, sure like this. It's easy to make and makes a pretty presentation. Prep time includes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #44937

    This is so good when the weather is cold. Not only does a pleasing aroma fill your kitchen, but it's good for the soul.

    Recipe #44935

    This is especially pretty served on your holiday table. Prep time also includes the freezing time.

    Recipe #44929

    These are great for breakfast. I always cook the sausage the night before and refrigerate it...makes the morning mixing quicker. Put the au gratin potatoes in the 'frig, too. They should be thawed by morning. Serve with syrup or whatever you serve with pancakes.

    Recipe #44902

    Serve hot as a vegetable dish or, when cold, cut into 1 x 2" cubes as an appetizer.

    Recipe #44598

    I get requests for this dish whenever I grace our table with it.

    Recipe #44596

    These are really good. I've had the recipe since 1969 and fix them a lot for Bar-B-Ques.

    Recipe #44590

    This is great! I think I'm addicted!

    Recipe #41239

    These are so wonderful! When strawberries are at their best, we really enjoy this treat.

    Recipe #39738

    I can't seem to make enough of this sauce--and I triple the recipe every time. My family uses it on eggs, hash browns, taco's and burritos (of course). So, if you like this type of thing, this is the sauce for you!

    Recipe #39226

    We like this recipe because it is so moist and just simply tastes great! It was given to me in 1975 (my boys were just little guys) and it has become a family tradition each year at Thanksgiving and sometimes at Christmas.

    Recipe #38586

    They say 'A Cheesecake is a Cheesecake', but I revised this to suit us by adding coconut and pecans. We really like. It can be easily frozen without the apples and caramel topping.

    Recipe #38522

    This is a wonderful salad, especially during the holidays. Of course, you may add additional fruits, but only ones that won't turn dark during the refrigeration time.

    Recipe #38507

    This soup is absolutely wonderful! The men in my family eat until they are stuffed.

    Recipe #38499

    This recipe came from a Crisco cookbook. It's especially great when you have guests and want to serve something nice without having to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. We serve this every Christmas morning (you know how hectic it can be); so I can enjoy the festivities, too. Scrambled eggs go nicely with this.

    Recipe #38460

    This recipe was prepared for us in a Bed & Breakfast back east. It's simple, no spill-overs from batter and a breeze to clean up.

    Recipe #38433

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