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    Caramelized Onion Pizza with Macadamia Nut Pesto and Whole Wheat Flax seed Pizza Crust

    Recipe #454891

    Stuffed with pork sausage, cheeses and onions, this is a recipe teenagers loved!

    Recipe #454883

    I worried a bit about these as I've never heard of an eggnog cookie. Happened across his recipe in an old cookbook. They are a very moist cookie. My family loved them!

    Recipe #339667

    A recipe I found a few years ago that is a favorite among friends and guests. I have made it without the Jack Daniel's and it has been equally appreciated.

    Recipe #336376

    Chili recipe for the slow cooker swap... tweeked the directions and ingredient list. This was the first recipe I had posted in a contest! Thanks for your comments.

    Recipe #330931

    This recipe was created for the crockpot cooking CrazE cooking contest.

    Recipe #330914

    This bacon dressing is to be served with Hudson's chicken sandwiches. The recipe for the chicken sandwiches is listed as well. This is a long sought after recipe from the Hudson's dept. store in the early 1900's.

    Recipe #324174

    This is a recipe handed down thru the generations. Because it's an old recipe, ingredients are not exact... Grandma worked with a pinch of this and a bit of that...Serving sizes are approximate.

    Recipe #324173

    This recipe was actually not a hard one for me. It's very much by the Ozarks and would be a filling meal. The Farfel recipe has a different name, but consider it much like dumplings. Enjoy!

    Recipe #454907

    Chocolate, Oatmeal and Peanut butter cookies. I made these for friends this Christmas... those I didnt give away were eaten by my kids in a moment's notice. Try them, delicious!

    Recipe #339429

    This is a great naan recipe. I prepared it when we decided to try an Indian dinner. Prep. time does not include time for rising of dough. Naan bears a strong resemblance to pita bread.

    Recipe #329338

    Frank Woolworth commissioned the construction of the Woolworth Building in New York City. This building was entirely paid for in cash. It was completed in 1913 and was the tallest building in the world until 1930. It was known as a five and dime store. Lunch counters were introduced and were common to our modern day food courts. The business changed names and after several years, the majority of the stores was sold to Wal-Mart. There was a historic landmark case involving African-Americans at a segregated counter that evoked boycotts, sit ins and a part of the civil rights movement.

    Recipe #328466

    Once upon a time in Philadelphia, in 1902, Joe Horn and Frank Hardart opened the first Automat in America with hardware they bought in Germany. Their very first automat was the one in Philadelphia, but the one that set the trend was the H & H that opened on Times Square in New York City in 1912. By 1939 there were 40 automats in operation. They were sort of like a cross between a vending machine and a cafeteria. You found the dish you wanted behind its glass door, put in coins, opened the little glass door, and took out the dish. But this was FRESH food, not the stuff one gets from food vending machines these days. People from all walks of life mixed and mingled at the H & H. If you were alone in the City at Thanksgiving, you could always have a great Thanksgiving dinner at H & H for a low price. When they closed their doors, they published some of their old recipes. This is one of them.

    Recipe #323847

    This is an old recipe from J. L. Hudson's Department Store in Detroit, which was opened in 1911. In 1963 they closed the shop because the downtown area had become less than safe and they simply could not attract customers.

    Recipe #317169

    Another original recipe from Hudson's in Detroit. Known for their famous food in the early 1900's which was served in their department store.

    Recipe #316961


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