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    This soup is sweet but mildly pungent. I had a bowl of butternut squash soup in a restaurant in Galveston, Tx. The soup was sweet, delicious, smooth. My daughter said she wanted it to taste more like a soup rather than a dessert, so thus I went to work.

    Recipe #412967

    Think spinach dip but made into a soup

    Recipe #405089

    This spread was used over 50 years ago in my school cafeteria to make "Ham Salad" sandwiches. The students never knew that the main ingredient was bologna.

    Recipe #403068

    My husband loves pimento cheese sandwiches. The pimento cheese spread that is now sold at the stores has less cheese than he desires.

    Recipe #399618

    This recipe was given to me 35 years ago as a beef romanoff dish. The dish required sour cream and cooked noodles added to the gravy. It was delicious but not my family's favorite dish. I adjusted the recipe to suit my family's taste by eliminating the sour cream and noodles and by slicing the roast very thin, placing the meat inside a hot yeast roll, serving with a small dish of gravy for dipping. After serving this to my son-in-law 16 years ago, this dish has become one of his favorite request when he visits. This meal is sliced roast beef in a large hot yeast roll served with the gravy for dipping. The gravy will not be thick.

    Recipe #389631

    This mixture of my favorite dried beans can be put in a quart jar wrapped with a great bow of rafia and given as a gift with the recipe attached.

    Recipe #387198

    Great for summer cookouts.

    Recipe #375525

    Cool and refreshing for summer. Thanks Denese.

    Recipe #375473

    While visiting my mother, I decided to cook a hot meal for her. She is 80. Searching cabinets and the refrigerator, I put together this particular dish with whatever I thought would make a casserole. It is delicious.

    Recipe #363011

    I love spinach and have many good recipes using spinach. One of my favorite spinach dishes is spinach enchiladas at our local Mexican restaurant. I try to eat there at least once a week to get my spinach fix. I could eat this everyday. However, going out to eat is expensive, soooooooooo I decided to experiment. Here it is.

    Recipe #358857

    Healthy and refreshing salad served anytime. Great for Christmas holiday meals because of the combination of colors: red, white, and green.

    Recipe #344090

    Chicken marinated in a sauce and grilled outside. This recipe is at least 30 years old. The chicken is flavorful when grilled but the taste is comprimised when cooked in oven.

    Recipe #335886

    Difficult to comprehend making, but is simple and easy like my grandma, Mother Cile, made over 30 yrs. ago.

    Recipe #335881

    These tiny oysters can be served hot on a cracker at a party .Oysters contain Omega 3 oils and are high in iron. Not only are they tasty but good for you.

    Recipe #323227

    My mother used this recipe throughout my childhood to feed 4 children. I am 62 years old, so this recipe is at least that old. It doesn't look that appetizing, but be creative and dress it up with a spring of parsley or maybe a side dish of English peas.

    Recipe #323008


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