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    Another golden oldie from a recipe card, originally from a 1905 Blue Ribbon cook book. Any fruit is good but some tart fruit is necessary. You can add cherries or seedless grapes if you like. It is a great all-year-round recipe with fruits that are usually readily available. If fresh pineapple is not available use canned sliced pineapple or canned pineapple chunks. Add the banana and the apple just before serving to prevent browning.

    Recipe #242259

    From an index card in a recipe box I bought at a garage sale in 1960. The recipe uses canned tomatoes but I have also used fresh tomatoes with great results too. Substitute olive or vegetable oil for the bacon grease if you like but the taste won't be quite the same. Good with meatloaf or for serving with leftovers or biscuits.

    Recipe #245950

    A tasty blueberry sauce made with honey instead of sugar. Excellent with crepes, pancakes, French toast, waffles, ice cream, cheesecake, sponge cake, or pound cake. I usually use bottled lemon juice because that is what I have available most of the time.

    Recipe #150598

    Great all-purpose herbed butter to keep on hand for all kinds of uses; serve with corn on the cob recipe #147254 or recipe #119749; top sizzling hot steaks, chicken, or fish; butter hot cooked veggies; buns and breads toasted or not; cooking rice; roasting potatoes; hot cooked pasta. Adjust seasonings to taste.

    Recipe #190648

    Makes about 10 cups. Store mixture in clean glass jars with tight-fitting lids. Good for chicken, pork, canned potatoes, and mashed potato puffs. You can remove the quantity of shake and bake you need for a recipe and then add some garlic powder,onion powder, thyme or any seasonings you like, for variety. Directions are given for chicken; adjust the baking time according to the thickness of the meat you are using.

    Recipe #108410

    A quick and easy apple crisp to bake along with an oven meal. Delicious served warm with a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of real whipped cream.

    Recipe #80681

    A delicious bread pudding served warm or cold with custard sauce, whipped cream, or recipe #9347. Also good for breakfast with maple syrup. I used recipe #78579 to prepare the baking dish and added more raisins. From Foodland Ontario booklet.

    Recipe #230808

    An easy to make from scratch applesauce dump cake. You can mix it in the baking pan or in a bowl if you prefer. Optional serving suggestions are included. The spiced dusting sugar is also good on French toast. I often double the dusting sugar recipe to keep it on hand for other desserts.

    Recipe #171929

    From Foodland Ontario booklet. A savory flatbread loaded with asparagus, ham, onion and Parmesan cheese and easy to make using biscuit mix. Great for a casual brunch. Serve with a lightly dressed green salad or sliced tomatoes and cucumbers. I used cheddar cheese,adjusted the seasonings to taste, and recipe #69051 #69051 for the biscuit mix.

    Recipe #229679

    Great for family gatherings, pot lucks, and holiday cook-outs. From www.pioneerwoman.com. Yield and time to make are estimates. Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #445629

    A nice combination of seasoned potatoes, green pepper, sweet onion, and pineapple chunks. This recipe calls for canned whole potatoes, drained. Substitute parboiled chunks of new potatoes (red or white with skins on) until barely tender, if you like. Fresh pineapple chunks would be great if available. Adjust seasonings to taste. You can mix up a batch of the seasoning mix and keep it on hand in an empty spice shaker bottle. Cook the kebabs on the barbecue in the summer or broil them in the oven in the cooler weather.

    Recipe #177709

    Easy to make pizza bread starting with a loaf of French bread or you could also use kaiser rolls or other bakery buns. Great for lunch or dinner, or cut into smaller slices for appetizers. You can bake it in the oven, or cook the hamburger first and make it on the barbecue. You can change the seasonings to taste and add other favorite pizza toppings if you like. Times given are for the oven method. Additional time is required to cook the hamburger for the barbecue method.

    Recipe #164447

    Another favorite 1960 recipe from one of my old recipe cards. A great basic barbecue sauce for pork chops, chicken wings, or spareribs using ingredients readily available in most pantries. No precooking of the sauce is required but you can simmer it for 10 to 15 minutes if you like. Or, just mix the sauce ingredients together, pour over the meat, and bake. Adjust seasonings to taste. You can add garlic powder or minced garlic if you like. A good make ahead for next day barbecue.

    Recipe #153494

    These stuffing balls are a good side dish with poultry and pork dishes. For an appetizer, make the stuffing balls smaller, reduce the baking time accordingly, and serve them with homemade or purchased cranberry relish for dipping. If baking the stuffing balls with a meat dish, place stuffing balls in the oven for the final 30 minutes of cooking. You can use other breads too. I usually use good quality homebaked-style plain white bread and stuffing bread when it is available. You can use up odds and ends of white bread, brown bread, rye bread, hot dog buns, and rolls for this recipe too. Adjust the seasonings to suit your tastes. Add one cup chopped apples, raisins, or cranberries for a fruit stuffing, or add one cup of chopped walnuts or pecans. The variations are endless. You may need to add a little more chicken broth, just enough to hold the stuffing balls together. Use canned broth or dissolve a couple teaspoons soup base mix in warm water. Garnish chicken or pork dishes with the stuffing balls and grilled bacon rolls. To make the bacon rolls: Cut bacon strips in half; roll them up and secure with a toothpick; and grill or fry until well done; Drain on paper towels.

    Recipe #146597

    A roasted red pepper, green pepper and tomato relish found in Taste of Home magazine. Serve relish with roast chicken or pork dishes, or use it as a pizza or bruschetta topping.

    Recipe #449644

    A tasty orange cake, quick and easy to make with the help of a blender or food processor. Substitute chopped nuts for the raisins to make an orange nut cake.

    Recipe #147447

    A great use for leftover cooked turkey or chicken. Serve it with spaghetti or mashed potatoes, and a salad, for dinner. Posted in response to a request. You can also use thick slices of leftover meatloaf for this recipe.

    Recipe #229671

    A tasty make-ahead topping for coffee cakes, muffins, quick breads or mix it with ice cream and serve with butterscotch sauce. Sprinkle one cup over apple or other fruit crisp filling before baking. My favorite version is with pecans or a combination of nuts and coconut. Originally from a 1971 Betty Crocker recipe card.

    Recipe #446863

    This caramelized pear tart recipe is from a grocery store flyer. For the short crust pastry use recipe #140957 #140597 or no-roll short crust recipe #95116 #95116, or your favorite short crust pastry. I think this recipe would be equally good with caramelized apples or other fresh fruit. Serve with rich custard or vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #364248

    A delicious carrot cake to feed a crowd. No pineapple in this one. Substitute raisins for the nuts if you like. Frost with Cream Cheese Frosting, recipe provided. Frosted cake can be frozen. You could also use caramel frosting, creamy pineapple frosting, or Recipe #126165, #126165. Another Taste of Home easy-to-make treasured recipe.

    Recipe #181203

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