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    This recipe is from the Elsah Landing Cookbook of the Elsah Landing restaurant located in Elsah, Illinois. They have fabulous desserts there and this was my favorite. I made this all the time for my husband when we were first married and I was trying to impress him LOL... It's also nice to slip a little whisper of Kalluah into the filling and topping! NOTE: prep time is approximate - assumes you will chill the topping and make the pie at the same time.

    Recipe #112089

    Perfection, from Sunset magazine.

    Recipe #111846

    So very good with fresh berries, but frozen is fine. Do not thaw frozen berries before using. From Sunset magazine.

    Recipe #111742

    Another one of those recipes that will do for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner on those cold nights.

    Recipe #110498

    We love breakfast foods for supper during the winter, so when DH saw this recipe in our local co-op magazine, he was quick to point it out to me. Check it out and see what you think!!!

    Recipe #110496

    Another recipe from one of my vast collection of cookbooks. This tastes like "cooked all day" but actually it doesn't take all that long. Great with a salad and big chunk of cornbread!

    Recipe #109570

    Found this recipe in a very old cookbook bought in a Goodwill Store and of course, I changed it around a little to suit our taste. It is a dinner salad that is perfect for warm weather. Most of the cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #109440

    I found this in an old cookbook that I purchased in a Goodwill Store. I love this type of refreshing salad for those warm spring and summer evenings.

    Recipe #109254

    I found this recipe in our local electric co-op magazine. I love to keep mixes like this fixed up so that there is always something for making those hot drinks on the spur of the moment. Besides, guest will think you are great when you serve them this. And if you are watching your caffine, it is just as good with decafinated coffee.

    Recipe #109035

    This recipe came from and old Southern Living cookbook. Edited to add: Don't be fooled by the name of these muffings...they are actually more of a roll than a muffin.

    Recipe #109025

    I found this in a very old Southern Living cookbook. I have not tried these yet, but they are in the plan for the near future.

    Recipe #109024

    My beloved 8-year-old nephew nicknamed himself "Boo-Raj" (rhymes with garage) and this is his favorite dessert. I cannot show up at his home without this cheesecake, and I live in another state (so I bring my giant cheesecake pan with me). We have a big family, so I need to make a big cake when we are together. I have to go to Costco to buy a 3lb brick of cream cheese, because this is one big Boo-Raj cheesecake! NOTE: I also have used the "bain marie" method of baking this - where you put the cheesecake pan in a deep roasting pan and fill the outer pan half way up the side of the cheesecake pan with hot water, after you put it in the oven -- it bakes a little nicer this way, but is not critical. If I use this method, I always encase the bottom of the cheesecake pan with foil, letting it come up over the edges to keep the water from seeping into the bottom of the springform pan. Passive work time listed reflects the entire cooling and chilling process, and you really can't speed it up - I start it before breakfast so it's ready for dinner.

    Recipe #108865

    This recipe came out of an old Southern Living cookbook. Since I love sesame seed, cheese, and biscuits, I knew it was a winner the first time I laid eyes on it. Give it a try.

    Recipe #108752

    I found this recipe in an old Southern Living cookbook. I will admit that I haven't tried it yet, but intend to in the very near future.

    Recipe #108254

    I am always on the lookout for those quick and easy side dishes to serve during the week. This is a great recipe for those of us who have full time job, then go home to our second job....cheif cook and bottle washer. Great for all those students out there also!!!!

    Recipe #108166

    I love to grill, and I especially love those veggies!!!! This recipe will work well on indoor grills also, but I just prefer mine over the good old timey charcoal grill.

    Recipe #108165

    This is so simple, but great. Oh so good for those backyard barbeques!!!!! But if you are not going to be firing up the grill, just turn the oven on to 400 and bake for a hour or until done!!!!

    Recipe #108161

    Just like my grandma made for years!

    Recipe #108085

    This is just plain old comfort food. Wonderful for those cold winter nights.

    Recipe #108008

    If you like Bloody Mary's, you will love this soup. Great use for those fresh tomatoes during the hot weather months!! Note: cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #107946

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