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    I got this from last year's Better Home & Garden's November issue. The article said it was originally published November 1955. I made it early to test for Thanksgiving, and fell in love with it! My mom was doubtful when I described it (she doesn't like change), but was impressed when she tried it. Of the 3 pies I made for the actual Thanksgiving meal, this one disappeared the fastest! I'm definitely sticking with this recipe. Prep time doesn't include making the pie crust.

    Recipe #257184

    The ultimate comfort food! I made this so often last winter - I had to take a break from it for a while. Watch out, you might become just addicted as I am! This recipe makes 2 pies, and they freeze wonderfully. When preparing, bake them only until the crust is just done, then cool completely. Freeze, and reheat them right from frozen. (Use care with a glass pie plate) It took approximately 45 minutes from frozen in the oven. Be sure to check the pies early!

    Recipe #269388

    I love corn bread with chili - especially my Recipe #250676! This is definitely a northern cornbread, as it is slightly sweet.

    Recipe #269374

    One of my Grandma's recipes. :) She claims it is a never fail dessert that everyone likes. My sister-in-law didn't like the pistachio version this Easter, but I'm sure she would have liked the chocolate! It is a very easy yet pretty layered dessert.

    Recipe #257179

    I crave these! I have to have a reason to make these (ie ladies night) otherwise I will eat the whole pan and regret it later!

    Recipe #257190

    My family loves this meal, and my husband didn't even realize the meat was 'missing' until after dinner that night when I mentioned it. I made it for my husband and I along with 3 other guys at hunting camp, and every last drop was gone! This recipe is modified (to make it meatless) from one found in Fix-It & Forget-It. Best of all, when I priced it out late 2006, it only cost $3.50 for the entire batch! If you are out all day, make it in the crock pot. Otherwise, if you forgot or need a *slightly* faster meal, let it simmer on the stove in a dutch oven for 1 1/2 - 2 hours.

    Recipe #250676

    My mom has made a variation of these brownies as long as I can remember. She doesn't know where she got the recipe from. I substituted whole wheat flour and honestly no one can tell it isn't made with white flour! You can substitute plain applesauce for part of the oil, but I like to use 1 c oil (as my mom does) with no applesauce - faster to measure, and it is a dessert after all! I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #250662

    Red teff is a cereal grain and is one of the best plant sources of iron. I wanted to add it to our diet, but didn't particularly like it cooked as a hot cereal. So I came up with this bread! My family loves it - my mom has even offered to pay me to make it for her. I hope you enjoy it too. I use part bread flour to help make the bread lighter and hasten the rising time. If you want to use whole wheat flour instead of the bread flour, add wheat gluten to improve the rise - 1 Tbsp per cup of total wheat flour. And if you can't find red teff, use white teff. It doesn't have nearly as much iron, but is still great for you.

    Recipe #265830

    No hockey pucks here - gingersnaps without the snap! Granted, if you like crispy cookies, simply bake a few minutes longer. I just made these tonight with my 20 month old, so the prep time is approximate - I'm sure it took us longer than usual. :) Prep time includes chill time. This is another of my mom's recipes, modified to make it slightly healthier. I hope you enjoy! We sure did, with a big glass of cold milk before DD's bedtime.

    Recipe #257176

    One of our favorite recipes - I found it on worldwiderecipes.com back in 1998. It is fairly easy and fast to make - the largest amount of time is in the prep work of chopping, as is the case of most stir-fries. Adjust the spiciness by the number of chili peppers - I have used up to 9. I love using jasmine rice, cut the chicken while partially frozen, and try to pick the chili peppers out before serving (in interest of my 19mo old).

    Recipe #250668


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