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    Good basic recipe.

    Recipe #280482

    I found this in an old newspaper clipping tucked inside a cookbook I bought at an auction. It said the recipe came from Mrs. John Ketelsen of Somers (Calhoun county).

    Recipe #280478

    This is a good old-fashioned recipe.

    Recipe #280285

    This seemed pretty easy to do.

    Recipe #280282

    This is my grandma's adaptation to a recipe from a magazine called the "Farm Journal." I'll also list an easier Fudge Frosting I found in reference to this recipe on the internet.

    Recipe #256251

    My Grandma Deuel had this recipe, but I changed the additions of nuts to toasted pecans and toasted coconut and added Irish Cream instead of vanilla to the milk (she used whole milk). I tracked it down on the internet and found that it was posted in a magazine in the 1960's called the "Farm Journal." This is just part of the whole recipe for Ice-Water Fudge Cake with Date Cream Filling and Fudge Frosting. I promise I'll add the original recipe, too!

    Recipe #256202

    I found this recipe from a newspaper clipping tucked into an old cookbook. It said, "This chocolate cake is handy because you can use either sweet or sour cream and it takes just a minute to mix, says Mrs. Donald Oster of Whiting (Monona county)."

    Recipe #256198

    I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds delicious!

    Recipe #250901

    A good old recipe I modified from 1963 Betty Crocker's Cooky Book. Makes lovely cookies or sweet appetizers.

    Recipe #250885

    I got this recipe from a 1963 Betty Crocker Cooky Book. It refrigerates beautifully for future cookie making!

    Recipe #250880

    I changed a few items from a "Cooking Light" recipe. It turned out a little less salty than I'm used to and a little lacking in body, but can be easily fixed by adding salt to my bowl and chunking up some mixed-grain hearty bread and mixing it in!

    Recipe #250663


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