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    This is one of our great favorites. I have even made it with sugar substitute and no one has noticed. Adjust the sweetness according to your taste. Adding blue cheese really makes this fantastic. This recipe will easily dress more than one salad.

    Recipe #66417

    We served this recently at a dinner in honor of our youngest daughter who just married. As usual, people were lining up for the recipe. I've used it since 1976, adapted from a recipe that apparently came from Cornell Cooperative Extension. I changed it slightly, but always receive rave reviews when we serve it to company.

    Recipe #66941

    This is a recipe from my New Orleans days. If you like fudgy brownies, you've come to the right place. These are outrageous. You MUST keep them in the refrigerator. The recipe comes from my Aunt Susan who passed away years ago. My Cousin Doug named it "Moment of Silence" to commemorate her and her wonderful recipe. It's not overly sweet (like Aunt Susan), so you can add up to 1/4 cup more sugar if you like a sweeter brownie.

    Recipe #68390

    I LOVE tea sandwiches. So lady-like, and perfect for an afternoon event, baby or wedding shower, even a cocktail party. These are traditionally served at the Kentucky Derby, originating from Miss Jennie C. Benedict, a local cateress, who first served them in 1893. They are meant to accompany other dishes, so the 4 to 8 servings will vary depending on what else is on the menu.

    Recipe #62152

    This is a family favorite that I have been making for years. It's the most requested oatmeal cookie recipe I've ever made. I found it somewhere years ago, but have lost the source. The secret is soaking the raisins which makes all the difference.

    Recipe #54351

    This is the easy version of a popular dish at our house. If I don't use the soup mix, I concoct my own version with herbs (rosemary is great here), sea salt, hot sauce, and whatever comes to hand. Any kind of potato can be used resulting in a slightly different texture of the dish. Oil should be added just to coat the potatoes, they don't need to be drenched. Or for a lighter version, spray the potatoes with cooking oil and delete the olive oil. This is so easy, but it's so good.

    Recipe #66804

    We have a ham-hating daughter (not HeatherFeather, another daughter), who begs me to make this ham for every occasion. When I lost my original recipe, I found this one all over the Internet with its original title, "Monte's Ham." I've changed it slightly, but you'll love the results. It serves a great many people cheaply, and I always get rave reviews with requests for the recipe.

    Recipe #62150


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