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    An old recipe that my Sunday School teacher used to make for us during the holidays.

    Recipe #346745

    This is the recipe that caused me to buy the Reata's cookbook. Boy, was it worth it! I've loved homemade mac and cheese since forever, but finding one that my family would enjoy hadn't worked until now. I've tried recipes from all sorts of cookbooks: Martha Stewart's, Better Home and Gardens, and too many others to list. I'd given up hope until I found this one. This is a keeper! My daughter and I did have trouble finding asiago cheese in our small West Texas town, so she drove to San Antonio and bought some for me. That is trust and love.

    Recipe #346647

    Another one of Mom's recipes. I like to add a can of drained pinto beans.

    Recipe #277097

    One of my earliest memories is of my mother making biscuits and gravy for breakfast. All the kids would stand around while Mom cut the biscuits hoping for a little scrap of dough to play with. We weren't disappointed! Before baking them, Mom would melt bacon grease in the skillet and dip the biscuit top in the grease before turning the bisuit over and placing it in the skillet. Makes a really good old-fashioned biscuit! I think Mom must have doubled her recipe to feed all of us.

    Recipe #276826

    As kids we called this sugar cookie "candy cane cookies" because my Sunday School teacher shaped the dough into candy cane shapes. But we quickly created all sorts of shapes for these cookies. Some favorites were Halloween jack-o-lanterns, our boyfriends' initials, and fruit shaped cookies. My sisters and I still make these every Christmas in the traditional candy cane shape.

    Recipe #274019

    I used to help out in my Sunday School teacher's ranch kitchen during roundup time. She always made these quick and easy sourdough-like rolls. They are great made up and used immediately or kept in the fridge and used several days later. She called them "Dee Davis Sourdough Biscuits" after the man who gave her the recipe.

    Recipe #273988

    A wonderful, fluffy white frosting similar to whipped cream. It's great on Red Velvet cakes or any chocolate cake. I sometimes use it to fill in between the layers, and use another frosting on the outside.

    Recipe #273987

    One of the best cookies I've ever eaten.

    Recipe #273789

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