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    This has a nice backstory to it (don't all my recipes ha ha:-) A friend of mine who lives way out in Washington State told me about her Fleischmann's Yeast Breads booklet. She got it in a mixer she received as a wedding gift over 25 years ago. She says the recipes in the booklet are sooooo good she has worn her booklet to a frazzle-pages are coming loose, dog-eared, you know what I'm talking about. Anyway, I decided I'd try to find her a new one (or a good used one) I spent weeks searching the web looking on ebay, amazon, alibris and every little site I knew of to find a copy. Finally after 3 months of looking I found two copies on ebay-bid on em and got both of em for a real good price! Boy was she happy. She told me about this bun recipe and how great it was and that I should try making them. She was right (she usually is:-) These make very good buns. You can add sesame or poppy seeds to the tops with an egg wash. With summer fast upon us I thought I'd send this one in. I use these all the time when I make my Blue Mill Tavern Sandwiches I've posted to this site. Enjoy! Makes 8 buns. P.S. I'm very sad to say my friend who told me of this recipe has gone on to be with the Lord. I shall miss her very very much but I know she is now with her beloved husband and family who passed before her. Thank you Kath for making me a better person (and a better baker!).

    Recipe #366717

    This cake originated in Los Angeles by Chef Michael Roberts. It has become my go-to recipe when I need a quick dessert. You can dress the cake up with a coating of ganache or just dust it with confectioner's sugar-either way you and your family or guests are going to love it!

    Recipe #331550

    I come from a long line of hunters and this sauce is quite often served over the Christmas Duck or New Year's Goose. I've even served it with my Smothered Pheasant or wild rice.

    Recipe #295346

    This recipe was given to my mom when she and my dad were on one of their trips to Las Vegas. They liked the food at this hotel so they stayed their quite often. One trip my mom wasn't feeling very well and asked the chef to send her up something soothing. This is what he sent up and she really enjoyed it. When she asked for the recipe, he graciously shared it with her and it became a family favorite. On a day when I'm in a lot of pain, this is a go-to recipe. It is simple to make and delicious. Even folks who aren't real fond of puddings will enjoy this. I've kept this one close to my chest for years but it's time to share!!! Bon appetit-- plantfreek

    Recipe #295343

    This recipe was given to me by a dear friend who lives in Northern Indiana. She and her family always makes us feel so welcome when we come up for a visit and the food and drinks are always yummo! You can leave out the vodka and make this recipe kid friendly. This is a super drink for a slow Sunday afternoon, especially with a cookout. I pour this into a large thermal carafe and place it in a cooler when we go camping or spend a day at the lake.Bon appetit! --

    Recipe #295263

    A simple, easy to make, flavorful dish your family will enjoy. This dish can be served with white or brown rice depending on your family's preferences. If you are using white rice, start cooking it and then start preparing the sukiyaki. If you want to serve brown rice, start the brown rice 20 minutes ahead of stir fry cooking so they will both be done at the same time. If you like heat in your dishes you can add hot chili oil or red pepper flakes to taste. Bon appetit--

    Recipe #294542

    Tired of the same old tuna or turkey or PBJ sandwiches? Give this one a try the next time you have a hankering for something different. Easy to make and very tasty. Alter dressing to your liking. Bon appetit--

    Recipe #293683

    Aunt Ava is a next door neighbor who became family to me when I moved into her neighborhood. I had no family nearby to give me a hand when I went through 11 years of illness and then the birth of twins, my third and fourth daughters. She adopted me and treated me like I was family and shared all her special recipes with me. She passed on about 10 years ago but I miss her so much. She'll always hold a special place in my heart and her recipes will continue to nourish my body and soul for years to come. Bon appetit--

    Recipe #293641

    This recipe came to me from my 90 year old Great Aunt Frances and has been in the family for over 100 years. It's a simple, make ahead dish, perfect to slide in the oven before you leave to go to airport to pick up family or to take to a potluck. Do with it what you will. Have fun. Bon appetit--

    Recipe #293598

    The original name for this recipe was Upside Down Ham Loaf but since it hasn't been reviewed yet I thought I'd better simplify the name. This is a great go-to kind of recipe. With Easter around the corner, it is a great way to use up leftover ham. I'm not real big into ..loaf anything-be it meatloaf, or otherwise, but this little gem really caught my attention AND my notorious sweet tooth!!! It's different, it's lovely to look at, and most importantly, it tastes great!! Try it, you'll like it. Serve it with my Easy Cheesy Potatoes sidedish and steamed carrots. Bon appetit--

    Recipe #237600

    Just a few words before I post my recipe: This is one of the best recipe sites I've found on the web and I've looked at dozens over the past 16 years. When I posted my 1st recipe, Blue Mill Tavern Loosemeat Sandwiches, last March, I never expected the response it got (36 reviews!). It's extremely gratifying to know by just sharing a recipe I've been able to give joy to others. Thanks to all of you who have written me and those who've posted a review. It's heartening to know so many of you are trying new things. I've been cooking all my life-I live to cook and cook to live. I feel like I've found some kindred spirits here. Here's another family favorite via my SIL in northern Minnesota. It's been enjoyed by dozens of hungry eaters at my table. If you're looking for low-fat, low-carb, keep on looking cuz this isn't it. This is sinfully delicious, to be savored, not regretted. Consider yourselves forewarned:-) It goes especially well with BBQ ribs, baked ham, dutch oven chicken and is terrific with fresh fried walleyed pike but you try it with whatever you like. It also makes a large amount so it works well for a family gathering or a holiday meal. This dish will not only really please your husband, it will pass muster with the toughest mother-in-law:-) Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #92043

    I've chosen to submit this recipe because the recipes found on this website for loosemeats, and on other websites, are not the original recipe. The loosemeat was created in 1924 at Ye Old Tavern-now Gus' Family Restaurant on 14th and Jackson St. in Sioux City, Iowa. Nowadays you will find the original sandwich served at Bob's Drive Inn on Hwy 75, LeMars, Iowa just a mile or so out of Sioux City, at The Tastee Inn and Out, on Gordon Drive and at Miles Inn on Leech Ave. among others. If you see a recipe for loosemeats that contains tomato juice-run! A loosemeat is a sloppy joe without the slop-so stay away from anything tomato-ey please! These little sandwiches are great for football parties, slumber parties, with a cold beer on a sunny summer day, or just anytime you want a real taste of Americana cooking that takes just a few minutes with very little cleanup. These are typical Iowa tavern fare. I loved these sandwiches so much when I was a kid and one day I ran into my Grandma's tavern and asked for my usual "tavern". They always came served with a thin sheet of restaurant paper under them. I was so eager I ate my sandwich half way gone before I realized I was eating the paper too:-) After cooking these in the kitchen they were transferred to a portable steamer. This is the original recipe for the little dudes that were served in the Midwest. I cannot account for changes or differences in flavor for other regions of the country, east or west. I learned to make my Grandma's version when I came to spend summers with her in Sioux City between 1958-65. She's the reason I've become a diehard foodie, a "from scratch" cook. My Grandma was a fearless woman who wasn't afraid to tread in unfamiliar waters. In so many ways food brings people together. I had no idea these little sandwiches would be so loved and bring such happiness to people. I've been so touched by the messages I've received from folks who've tried this recipe and then shared their memories w/me! Thanks!! And thank you Recipezaar for creating a place for us to come together and share with each other!

    Recipe #87075

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