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    My sister Kathy makes the best corn on the cob- sweet and tender. This is her recipe.

    Recipe #412356

    Moms recipe- a wonderful clear broth with generous servings of chicken and egg noodles.

    Recipe #412351

    Traditional moist meatloaf, with my Grandma's glaze

    Recipe #412330

    Better Homes and Garden New Cookbook 1979 edition

    Recipe #412036

    A holiday tradition in our family. Parboiled and cooked off in butter and brown sugar gives a wonderful caramelized coating to the moist and tender sweet potato. Labor intensive but worth the love and time Mom put in.

    Recipe #412035

    Moms recipe, asparagus with an oriental sauce. Good served warm or cold.

    Recipe #409150

    Tender, very moist, well seasoned, (not hot/ spicy) fried chicken. Excellent sevrved with Karen' best buttermilk bisciut recipe. Great hot or cold. Needs to soak in buttermilk 24 hrs before cooking.

    Recipe #393114

    A moist tender bisciut inside, with a golden buttery crunch outside. After much searching for the holy grail of southern cooking, (a great buttermilk biscuit) I developed this recipe that I am very proud of. It is blending of the qualities I wanted in a bisuit. Cruchy, tender, buttermik tang, and hearty enough to stand up to breakfast gravy and moist enough to serve with chicken and dumplings. Enjoy!

    Recipe #393099

    Four layer Banana cake from scratch, fresh strawberries, sweetened whip cream, pineapple,peanuts,and fudge ice cream topping. Lots of steps but Really good!

    Recipe #377431

    This is the actual recipe used in the Chicago public schools, my Mom was the manager in the cafeteria for many years. This recipe was also published in a Chicago newspaper as one of the favorites. The cookie has a wonderful butter flavor and very delicate texture. Have one with a little carton of milk and you will feel young again. Enjoy!

    Recipe #377221

    Delightful flavor, serve hot or cold.

    Recipe #376458

    This dressing is great on pasta salad, fruit or green salad. Light and refreshing. Equal- sugar substitute may be used in place of sugar if desired. I was given this recipe from Doris H who was a wonderfull cook!

    Recipe #462702

    Tuna in olive oil, red cabbage,celery...Marinade 24 hours in advance. Great for a light lunch or side dish.

    Recipe #447806

    Chicken liver pate with white wine, garlic and green onions.

    Recipe #447746

    A not too sweet sugar cookie. Use your favorite frosting- just substitute almond extract for the amount of vanilla extract - a good almond flavored crisp cookie.

    Recipe #430031

    A family holiday favorite. Since Indian Trail Company is now closed, you can use Cranberry Orange Sauce Recipe #399816 | for a substitute. This was also posted on www.coracooks.com as an acceptable substitute. Thanks to both- our family tradition can continue!

    Recipe #412579

    Rich slow simmered bean soup flavored with bacon

    Recipe #412347

    Traditional thick, smokey split pea soup

    Recipe #412331

    My moms recipe. Very good old fashioned soup. The stock is beef flovor, not tomato based.

    Recipe #412019

    Aunt Claire's Korean BBQ sirloin beef. This one has beer in the marinade,what the heck as our family likes beer. The recipe came from Claire's sister in law Kim who is from Korea. Aunt Claire served this with Chop Chae (recipe posted) for our family gatherings. Claire has passed but lives on through her recipes and many fond memories. Thanks Aunt Claire!

    Recipe #410251

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