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    This is an oldie from Better Homes and Gardens. . .circa 1965

    Recipe #102698

    This was in the LA Times food section in a feature on foods for Rosh Hashanah, but why limit a good thing to once a year?

    Recipe #99700

    1 Reviews |  By CCLady

    I'm posting this, but the credit should go to Orisleuth, a fellow member of the Purple Ilk. . .

    Recipe #94144

    1 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This was in the LA Times a couple of weeks ago. . .

    Recipe #92224

    2 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This recipe is from an old Time-Life African cookbook. Try it warm, spread with butter and honey. It should be easy to adapt to a bread machine, if you have one that can make a 2-pound loaf.

    Recipe #85457

    I got this from an old Time-Life African cookbook. It's an elegant start for a dinner, and it's even better for breakfast the next day!

    Recipe #85194

    13 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This recipe, which I found in an old Sunset cookbook, is the only one I've found that's as good as our favorite little family-owned Mexican restaurant. . .

    Recipe #83890

    2 Reviews |  By CCLady

    Every year, my friends offer to buy the ingredients if I'll make these. I use the mini-pans, and usually have to make at least two batches.

    Recipe #76639

    2 Reviews |  By CCLady

    I found this on another site, but I don't know who posted it first. I haven't tried it yet, but at least 6 other posters raved about it. . .

    Recipe #76365

    6 Reviews |  By CCLady

    These sound like they'll be great - I plan to try them for a cookie exchange.

    Recipe #75717

    Be sure to use a large plate, as some of the custard is likely to "escape". . . For the cake I use my Orange Sponge Tube Cake (recipe 75431)

    Recipe #75433

    2 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This is a favorite from a very old Better Homes and Gardens book. I use it to make my Orange Icebox Cake (recipe 75433).

    Recipe #75431

    This is a great way to have fresh, hot muffins all week.

    Recipe #75427

    You can substitute jelly for the apple butter if you prefer.

    Recipe #75426

    1 Reviews |  By CCLady

    The flavor reminds me of upside down cake, but it's much less messy to transport to a potluck or picnic.

    Recipe #74027

    12 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This recipe, courtesy of Hershey, can easily be doubled and baked in a 13x9" pan

    Recipe #73886

    4 Reviews |  By CCLady

    I found this recipe in the Woman's Day Cooking Encyclopedia. . .one of those buy-a-volume-a-week things from the mid-Sixties. . .but these will never be out of date.

    Recipe #73417

    When I went to work at Prudential in 1970, there really was a free lunch for all employees. This dessert was one of their most popular.

    Recipe #72860

    1 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This is guaranteed to make your kitchen smell heavenly. It's best served warm - and if you want to top it with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream, even better. You can substitute Mocha Mix for the milk if you have lactose problems.

    Recipe #72804

    It's light, it's luscious, and looks like you went to a lot more trouble than you did. With the artificial sweetener, it's even low-carb.

    Recipe #69230

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