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    These little jewels are my loves! They are good for picnic baskets, we like them for breakfast with scrambled eggs and bacon. May be prepared in larger muffin tins to serve with soup or salad (adjust bake time)

    Recipe #234173

    The original recipe is from BH&G, I have tweaked it to suit our taste.

    Recipe #229894

    6 Reviews |  By Rita P

    From a British cooking site. My search for a good homemade recipe for english muffins ended with this one. Sure beats the heck out of the purchased ones.

    Recipe #158109

    A cheesy version of the basic biscuit. I sometimes add garlic, chives or jalepeno. Add Italian seasoning to flour, roll dough and cut into thin strips for breadsticks. Roll dough and wrap it around a sausage link for a spicy sausage roll-up. Leave out the cheese, mustard and cayenne, dip in melted butter, roll in brown sugar and cinnamon for a sweet treat. The possibilites are endless.

    Recipe #158080

    Fresh strawberries, whipped cream and sponge cake, is there anything better? Makes a good presentation, too.

    Recipe #89855

    2 Reviews |  By Rita P

    One of the treasures brought to America from Greece long ago. Serves 40, great for potlucks but you can third the recipe for a family, divide the third recipe into 2 casseroles freeze one and serve the other.

    Recipe #89841

    9 Reviews |  By Rita P

    My son-in-law remembered his grandmothers peanut butter cake from long ago. One of her daughters shared this very special recipe with me.

    Recipe #89603

    A good way to use those home-made fig preserves. My husband requests this one quite often. Very moist, almost pudding type cake.

    Recipe #89567

    2 Reviews |  By Rita P

    From Recipe Goldmine Recipes. Similar cookies were once given to couples celebrating their nuptials as good luck symbols. The marriage of the nuts and sugars represented "bumps in the road" and the "sweetness that surrounds a happy marriage".

    Recipe #88654

    10 Reviews |  By Rita P

    From Pillsbury "Simply from Scratch Recipes"-unmistakably homemade! These are my husbands favorite, he says A+.

    Recipe #88646

    7 Reviews |  By Rita P

    From Martha White's Southern Sampler, Ninety years of baking tradition. Old-fashioned goodness!

    Recipe #88243

    2 Reviews |  By Rita P

    ummm! You can taste the fuzz on the peach. Good served on biscuits, french toast or whatever suits your fancy.

    Recipe #79228

    This recipe was given to me by a friend many years ago. I continue to make it on a regular basis. I like to serve it on a bed of finely chopped lettuce. Salad will keep for a week in refrigerator.

    Recipe #79227

    7 Reviews |  By Rita P

    This is the perfect soup to serve on cold winter nights.

    Recipe #78794

    7 Reviews |  By Rita P

    Macaroni and cheese was a favorite dish of Thomas Jefferson. I feel certain Mr. Jefferson would have approved this version.

    Recipe #78793

    A very easy and quick twist on an old fashioned dessert.

    Recipe #78664

    1 Reviews |  By Rita P

    In Greek mythology, ambrosia is defined as the "food of the gods" and was supposed to impart immortality. While we are not certain what ingredients were used by the ancients in ambrosia, the poet Ibicus described it as "nine times sweeter than honey".

    Recipe #78501

    My friend Beverly gave me this recipe; it is a winner.

    Recipe #77775

    These can be made fresh each time you make them or you can use the dough from the previous time for a slightly sourdough taste, that improves with age.

    Recipe #77769

    Traditionally, these sweet potato biscuits are served piping hot and slathered with butter and sorghum syrup.

    Recipe #77766

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