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    I made this pie this weekend.This is the best Lemon Meringue Pie I have ever tasted that is made from scratch. I used Meyer lemons, the juice of a Meyer lemon is sweeter and less acidic then the juice of a regular lemon. A good old fashion Lemon pie!

    Recipe #498645

    1 Reviews |  By Saudie

    A friend of mine gave me a couple of recipes to try because I had quite a bit of rhubarb this year. So I created this recipe from the recipes she had given me. Deli-sh! Also in the recipe it calls for Strawberry Jam, I used my own freezer Jam I made earlier this year.

    Recipe #322205

    You know when you make pie crust and you find you only have enough left for a bottom crust,what to do;make a banana cream,lemon or freeze for later use. So since I was making apple pies because I had thousands of apples I combine a couple of recipes and came up with this. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #137009

    2 Reviews |  By Saudie

    This is one of my favorite recipes and it is so easy to make. I use the apples off my own trees and the skins are so tender that I never have to peel. This is so nice to have on hand especially if unexpected company shows, you can whip up an apple crisp in no time.

    Recipe #136350

    I received this recipe from my sister in law over 20 some years ago and I have made it my favorite from then on. I make this in my large roaster. Sometimes I add finely chopped carrots or garlic for a change.

    Recipe #136346

    1 Reviews |  By Saudie

    This is one of my favorite recipes that I make every Christmas. Last year I made this recipe seven times. Gave some as gifts to my friends. My husband loves it. According to him, I don't make it enough. Enjoy!

    Recipe #78598

    I made this tonight for supper. I combined two recipes that were given to me and made one. It was very good--a keeper. I love the idea of a meal in one dish. Serve with biscuits or homemade bread.

    Recipe #75490

    This is one of my favorite Thanksgiving pies. I love the change from regular pumpkin pie. For a milder taste you can use cooked/pureed carrots instead of pumpkin. Delicious both ways.

    Recipe #73692

    2 Reviews |  By Saudie

    I received this recipe from a friend who wanted me to pass it to my mother. I made the recipe and it was so good that my mother still hasn't seen the recipe. Kids love the change from the plain Rice Krispies cake.

    Recipe #71749

    46 Reviews |  By Saudie

    There are two very important things I've learned from making French bread. You don't need a special pan (though I use one now) to have it rise and hold its shape. The trick is you don't let it double in size. It rises in the oven to its full shape. The other thing I like to do is to put a pan of boiling water on the bottom rack of the oven. This makes a nice crisp crust. I received this recipe from my sister-in-law. When she makes this recipe, she makes 3 loaves on a cookie sheet. I make 2 in the French bread pans.

    Recipe #56467

    3 Reviews |  By Saudie

    This bread is fast to make and has a very nice texture and a wonderful taste. It can also be used for cinnamon buns.

    Recipe #56465


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