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    These stay moist and delicious and almost caused an international incident when a lady took credit for baking them at the embassy when she really didn't.

    Recipe #49777

    We have these every Christmas and fight over ever piece, they are wonderfully tasty. The ham, cheese and green onion are perfect together. Enjoy.

    Recipe #45316

    This recipe was given to my wife in Seattle by a friend. My wife told her, I don't read chinese so her daughter translated it for us. It's authentic and it's delicious. LR Beckwith

    Recipe #43587

    My wife, Bonnie said you can use your own sourdough starter. She gave me this starter recipe she uses from "Better Homes and Gardens Oct. 2000 Hometown Cooking". LR Beckwith

    Recipe #42197

    Quickest biscuits. You can make these in 12 minutes from the time you decide you want Biscuits. They are delicious and came from a cooking show that was on the air years ago. I did not believe you could make biscuits at 500 degrees F without burning them, but I was wrong.

    Recipe #42184

    This recipe came from a cook on an oil platform in the Java Sea. It's very delicious and surprisingly filling.

    Recipe #41408

    The brisket will fall apart and is great for sandwiches for school lunches. My kids loved them. (So did I) LR

    Recipe #41374


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