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This Bundt pan cake is a step back to the 70's. Instead of plum baby food, you can substitute cinnamon apple sauce or another baby food fruit.
This is a stuffed pepper recipe I clipped from the coupon section of the newspaper years ago. I'm uploading it here to share and so I can clean out the kitchen drawer full of recipe clippings!
My version of a Summer Squash Soup from an old issue of Quick Cooking Magazine.
This is the way our good friend Carl E. and his family make rum balls. They are very rich and good. Make sure to let them set a few days before eating.
No baking necessary!
This is from a classic Essence of Emeril episode (circa 1996). This is my favorite homemade salad dressing.
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