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    This pound cake is simple to prepare, and can be put together very quickly. It is wonderful when still warm from the oven, or toasted the next day with butter slathered onto it. Exellent with berries.

    Recipe #497881

    In her later years when extensive cooking was not in the cards for Mother (Nannie to her grandchildren), she made pounds of these at Christmas as gifts for family, friends and neighbors. They were also a favorite among her physician's staff, her dentist's staff, her bridge partners, her hairdresser, and her yard man -- in short, anyone who she wanted to remember at Christmas. With a sly grin she said that these treats would help them remember her during the year – though there was little danger of any of them forgetting her. They were just her way of saying "Thank You!" These are so simple to prepare, and they make a wonderful, inexpensive, salty snack. One advantage is that you control the ingredients -- not Mr. Frito or Mr. Lay. Perfect to munch on while watching television – excellent with a cold libation. If you prepare for a cocktail party serve in several bowls strategically placed around the room.

    Recipe #308212

    For those who enjoy a real cocktail -- very dry and straight up. This is potent -- one is sufficient.

    Recipe #308207

    This pie was my Mother's take on chocolate pie -- intended to satisfy the cravings of a family full of "chocoholics." Family members have been known to slip into the kitchen at night to hide a slice so that they can have it the next day. There is usually a friendly argument over who will get the last piece. Prepare to be the referee in your family -- or just to be on the safe side, double the recipe and make 2 pies. Be sure to use evaporated milk as called for in the recipe.

    Recipe #307938

    This recipe is bi-cultural if you will – pork sausage from the South and wild rice from Minnesota, and I have to hand it to those folks from Minnesota on this one. We don’t grow wild rice down here, but it is delicious, so I order my wild rice from a reservation store at Leech Lake, Minnesota operated by the Band of Ojibwe. Of course, I will point out that Leech Lake is very near the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Try this recipe – it is simple and delicious.

    Recipe #307815

    An absolutely divine brunch dish -- easier than Eggs Benedict and possibly better.

    Recipe #307435


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