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    I had a next-door neighbor who gave the original recipe to my mom. I modified it slightly by adding Ah-So sauce to the pork. It's delicious and fairly simple. I highly recommend preparing it a day in advance so that the hoisin sauce has enough time to mellow out.

    Recipe #400091

    Adapted from a stovetop recipe in an old Pleasant Company (Yes, as in American Girl) cookbook called "Great Girl Food". Simple to make, and good for when you want a quick, warming drink! I should note that the sugar HAS to be brown. The molasses in brown sugar adds an extra needed touch of spice. The spice mixture will also leave a bit of grit behind in the mug if you don't stir it around every once in a while as you're drinking it. I wish I could come up with a way to fix that, but so far I haven't thought of one yet.

    Recipe #515135

    I modified the recipe from a can of cocoa powder. You can use 3 packets of Equal if you don't want to use sugar.

    Recipe #466197

    It's more of a cobbler, but my mom calls it apple crisp. It's warm and flavorful, and I often eat the leftovers for breakfast - if there is any left!

    Recipe #443797


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