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    Another recipe from the back of a Susan Mallery book. This was was published in Barefoot Season. I haven't tried it yet but will as soon as possible. In the book this salad was served on focaccia bread.

    Recipe #482421

    I got the base for this recipe from an friend at my old job. She liked to make the chicken and serve it with couscous. My husband is not a fan of couscous so I turned it into a pasta dish and added some veggies for me. ;-)

    Recipe #481396

    I pulled this recipe out of the back of Susan Mallery's Novel Already Home (great book btw). I'm posting it exactly as it appeared there but I have to admit I made adjustments to fit our tastes (for example I left out the coffee, doubled the cocoa and used pinto deans instead of kidney beans). This was a real hit at my house.

    Recipe #481394

    One of the perks of getting married was this recipe. These are the lightest buttery cookies I have ever had. The dough is a little temperamental but worth the time.

    Recipe #478320

    My mom has been baking this cookie for longer then I can remember. We no longer know where the recipe came from.

    Recipe #478065

    I've been making Stromboli since high school. It has long been a family favorite. You can fill it with almost anything but my favorite is Italian Meats or cheese steak. I've only been making my own crust for about a year now, before I used frozen bread dough.

    Recipe #478064

    Simple but time consuming PA Dutch fare. I make this once a year (sometimes twice) for the men in my family. It's one of my dad's favorite meals. I know it sounds gross but it's really good I swear.

    Recipe #477066

    This was one of my favorite meals growing up. We serve the remaining sauce over mashed potatoes. You can use bone-less chicken but it's not nearly as good.

    Recipe #476562

    Good PA Dutch comfort food. Traditionally it is served on New Years day. It's more a winter food but we love it year round.

    Recipe #476525

    Paprika use to be one of my go to spices (much to my husband's dismay) Now I use it much more sparingly, which has made this dish a rare treat. We both love it when this recipe comes up in the rotation. Wonderful served over egg noodles.

    Recipe #476524

    This is one of my family's favorite desserts. We love to try different fruits and find that Strawberry, peach, and raspberry are our favorites. (I've even made just the pretzel mixture for my husband once) Cook time refers to refrigerated time.

    Recipe #476520

    I only have a few ways of cooking pork chops (why mess with a good thing?). This is my favorite way to cook bone in chops inside.

    Recipe #476519

    This is a German recipe given to me by my mother-in-law. I've added a few of my own touches. The Hubs claims he likes mine better, but I'm not sure if he just feels like he has to say that ;-)

    Recipe #474574

    After years of eating at Good and Plenty and Plain and Fancy in Lancaster County my mother finally worked up the courage to ask the waitress how they make the buttered noodles. - Just burn the butter. I know it sounds weird but this has become our family's favorite way to prepare buttered noodles. Plus no additional seasoning needed,

    Recipe #474258

    From Taste of Home. Made this for my mom's birthday. My 1 year old neice slurped it up with gusto. Also very yummy in strawberry. Can't wait to try it in peach. ** Do not use sugar free gelatin- it will never firm. I also recomend not using preprepared whipped cream

    Recipe #422972


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