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    One day while changing a basic bread recipe, I came up with this delightful sweet potato cream cheese swirl bread! My Mom liked to use Bisquick and I thought let's try it for bread instead of sweet potato biscuits...the result is a fabulous bread recipe which I hope you will make and enjoy. Note: I cannot get the 50 minutes baking time removed. This could be done within a time range of 40-50 minutes.

    Recipe #483825

    Because we could eat these each day, they are now named "Daily Potato Biscuits." I did a search and couldn't find the recipe here, so I am making sure others can make these! This recipe was given to me by a dear friend. There is nothing better than warm freshly made biscuits to make a meal everyone remembers.

    Recipe #433815

    This recipe came about from trying different ways to prepare grouper. Taking a little of this and then some more from other recipes, I came up with this one that is our favorite. We really enjoy the taste of this and especially the extra crispness when it is finished in the broiler. Yes, you can just bake it if you don't like using a broiler. Paprika may be substituted for Old Bay Seasoning. Note: If broiling, Do NOT omit the mayonnaise as it prevents fish from being dry.

    Recipe #433223

    This recipe came about from trying different ways to prepare grouper. Taking a little of this and then some more from other recipes, I came up with this one that is our favorite. We really enjoy the taste of this and especially the extra crispness when it is finished in the broiler. Yes, you can just bake it if you don't like using a broiler. Paprika may be substituted for Old Bay Seasoning. Note: If broiling, Do NOT omit the mayonnaise as it prevents fish from being dry.

    Recipe #433221

    This is a money saving recipe from Grandma Margaret that was featured in Woman's World magazine, 7/19/10 issue which hit the stands this week-end. The description said they are crisp and crusty on the outside and moist on the inside. I am posting the recipe here for safe keeping as I haven't yet made it.

    Recipe #432884

    This recipe was just printed in our local Coastal Point weekly in the section, "Marie Cooks". This recipe won not only the salads category in an Iowa dairy contest, but also the sweepstakes prize. I'm posting it here for future reference. Use a pretty 1-quart glass dish for molding the salad. When unmolded on a plate, she garnished the top with a ring of thin cucumber slices, filled the center with sliced strawberries, and placed sprigs of parsley around the base. Very attractive! Note: Chill time should be no less than 2 -3hours.

    Recipe #431923

    This is from an old Southern Living, January 2005 issue. We enjoy it and I hope you do also.

    Recipe #429927

    Clipped this recipe from an issue of the AARP magazine, May-June 2010 issue and am posting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #427786

    Given that this is an old recipe that has been a ribbon winner and a proven winner with our family, I decided to share it here.

    Recipe #427613

    Who doesn't like an apple dessert? This is a real winner! Women have been making this dessert for many years and handing it down to younger women in their families. Smells so good while baking!

    Recipe #425595

    This can actually be used for a filling of a sponge cake or use to frost your favorite cake. This was a favorite recipe of my father's sister.

    Recipe #425481

    Now this is a wonderful peanut butter pie! It is an adaption that I have created from two pie recipes. The pretzel crumb pie shell adds another dimension to this pie. I like to prepare the pretzel crumb pie shell, bake and cool it prior to making the filling. That could be done in the morning and the filling mid-afternoon. I'm posting it here because I want to be sure I don't lose this precious recipe. The chill time isn't included in prep time.

    Recipe #425476

    This is another really old, but truly good sweet bread recipe. It is great to serve during the holidays. You will wow your friends with this one! When cool, I like to sift confectionary's sugar on the top. You may spread softened cream cheese on the slices if you desire.

    Recipe #424974

    Ever since my mother-in-law made a white cake with cold water, I've fallen in love with cakes made with that way. What is it about the cold water and cakes? The decandant caramel pecan topping makes this a heavenly delight! Don't know about you, but I just can't resist a great chocolate cake. I tell people the honey makes it healthier for us. Note: Cook time does not include the time to cook the topping or the glaze.

    Recipe #424971

    This is sure to please your guests! I like to serve it when we have company and I always am asked for the recipe.

    Recipe #422561

    Nice for a crowd as it serves 12 people. Also, this is a good recipe to use if you have a food saver. You could use this for several meals, especially if there are only of two of you.

    Recipe #422560

    This is an old recipe that is a favorite, especially during the Christmas holiday.

    Recipe #422478

    This is my adaptation of several potato soup recipes that I have tried over the years. We like this recipe better than the other ones I had prepared.

    Recipe #422474

    Quick, easy, and oh...good!

    Recipe #422472

    I found an old realtor's cookbook at the local Goodwill. Recipes were submitted from all over the USA. This comes from the state of Indiana.

    Recipe #422266

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