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    1 Reviews |  By jan pan

    My sister-in-law gave me this recipe years ago. It probably came from a Bisquick box. I've never served this to anyone who didn't like it.

    Recipe #345781

    This cobbler recipe is just little different from all the others, because of the peach nectar. In my neighborhood grocery store, the nectar is found in the Mexican food aisle. If you don't have any on hand, you can use milk or even apple juice.

    Recipe #340465

    I know there are a lot of good, easy, and quick chess pie recipes, but I think this one is my favorite and you don't even have to use a mixer. This recipe comes from The Old Country Store in Jackson TN and we've been making it in our family for at least 30 years. I've used 1.5% milk and apple cider vinegar when that's all I had on hand and you can't tell a difference at all.

    Recipe #340134

    2 Reviews |  By jan pan

    Everybody likes this corn. To partially thaw the corn, put it in a colander and run under lukewarm water about 30 sec or so. The added sugar is a personal preference. We like sweet corn at our house. This makes a lot, but leftovers freeze well. A nonstick skillet is probably best because corn can tend to stick when unattended. Enjoy!

    Recipe #301678


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