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    A beautiful cupcake for Christmas -- or Valentine's Day. The cake has become almost traditional for the upcoming season and now here is an individual-sized serving to highlight a dessert tray. The recipe came from a book of cupcake recipes and decorating ideas. I'm sorry to say I know neither the name of the book nor the author but am grateful to have gotten such a great recipe! Note that the recipe for a suggested frosting is included at the end of the recipe, but any white frosting of your choice may be used. Edited to add: The recipe comes from the book "Hey There, Cupcake!" by Clare Crespo. It contains lots of decorating ideas.

    Recipe #147154

    This recipe is so old it could be considered "antique." It was my Grandmother's recipe. When I prepared it, I was an adult but it definitely rang childhood memory bells. I did remember the delicious taste. My Grandmother wrote out this recipe as I am reproducing it and on the recipe she noted that this dish is good with roast pork or pork chops, dumplings and applesauce. An excellent meal from Central Europe! (Bread dumplings are now available in the freezer section of the supermarket.)

    Recipe #169164

    Looking for a way to "kick up" those black-eyed peas you eat on New Year's day for good luck? This recipe was a prize winner in a recipe contest held by our state newspaper years ago. They called this the "peppiest, meatiest, best mess o' black eyes you're likely to taste!" Frankly, I am not a black-eye fan, but this recipe is so sensational, I gobble it up! I like it best served over cooked rice for a delicious meal. On New Year's Day, however, everyone will want just enough to guarantee good luck for the year to come.

    Recipe #149634

    An easy appetizer with a tantalizing taste. Recipe from BH&G.

    Recipe #154593

    From one of Gooseberry Patch's newest cookbooks ("Fall, Family & Friends") comes this very Southern recipe for Shrimp & Grits. Now I am not Southern (my DH is), but we both love grits. I do know this dish is very traditional in the Southeast. In a check on Amazon, I discovered a cookbook devoted ENTIRELY to shrimp & grits, can you believe it? This is an easy version to be made in the crock pot. Y'all, I haven't try it yet, but as soon as I find the grits (scarce here in the southwest) I'm going to -- DH can't wait!

    Recipe #183629

    This very different sauce turns frozen or homemade meatballs into a scrumptious dinner or an intriguing appetizer. The recipe comes from a 1967 issue of Sunset.

    Recipe #125172

    My friend Elaine, a New Englander, swore this is the only way to make oyster stew which is traditionally served on Christmas Eve. She flatly said, "Do not use west coast oysters. East coast oysters are preferred; gulf coast oysters may also be used."

    Recipe #147159

    The title of this bread says it all!! Not to mention that this is the best new bread I have tried in ages. A moist, rich chocolate bread with nuggets of molten chocolate and the crunch of nuts -- what more could you ask? This recipe came from Savory Sweet Life - Easy Recipes from an Everyday Home Cook (

    Recipe #443917

    Yummy brownie-textured bars with great orange flavor. And they are frosted, too, for extra orange zing!

    Recipe #300186

    I really like recipes that make use of frozen mixed vegetables -- I feel so virtuous eating them and have none of the work preparing them.! And this one has frozen meatballs, too. Talk about ease-of-preparation! Recipe from TOH.

    Recipe #154473

    IMHO this is the best ham casserole ever. The Swiss cheese adds divine flavor. I got this recipe from my school principal's wife. Thanks, Eunice! This is perfect for potlucks or sit-down dinners or as a treat for a sick neighbor. It's a little more work but the flavor makes you glad you made it!

    Recipe #125231

    This is one of those "throw and go" recipes. Just 4 simple ingredients go into the crockpot (plus seasonings) and at the end of the cooking time, delicious smells and tastes await you.

    Recipe #415312

    These cookies have this name because their taste will remind you of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. But these cookies are baked. They are unusual cookies in that they do not have any flour.

    Recipe #140766

    These cupcakes sound yummy. Nigella describes them as "somewhere between chocolate and gingerbread." She has decorated them with white frosting, with two holly leaves made from ready-made, dyed icing and cranberries for the holly berries. I'm putting the recipe here so I know where it is at Christmastime. I don't know if the types of icings she uses are available here in the U.S., but you'll get the idea.

    Recipe #131762

    Recipes similar to this one have been posted, but none just like this. This one is made in the crockpot which makes it a cinch. And only four ingredients! This recipe is a gem! It comes from ""101 More Things to Do with a Slow Cooker," by Stephanie Ashcraft.

    Recipe #459336

    When I saw Paula demonstrate this, I knew I had to try it. Believe me, it is yummy -- thick and potato-y. And the shrimp are a tasty surprise! Paula says if you don't have shrimp, you can add corn instead. You may use whole milk, reduced fat milk (2 percent) or low-fat milk (1 percent) in this recipe

    Recipe #145405

    I posted this in answer to a question and thought I should probably post it here as well. This is an absolutely delightful summer lunch or supper meal. It is one De Laurentiis grew up with. When she tasted it, she pronounced it "Just as I remembered!" Note that you can use any small tube-shaped pasta such as elbow macaroni or pennette in this recipe. Do not, however, substitute sliced-for- sandwiches mozzarella for the fresh which is totally different.

    Recipe #155033

    This is one of those easy-peasy desserts that taste so good you can't stop eating it. I don't know about you but for me this can be an invitation to overeat. So I only make this when there is someone to help eat it! I got this great recipe from a Roswell, NM, community cookbook.

    Recipe #169159

    Karin is the food writer for the Augusta Chronicle. She shares quick and easy recipes like the following one for entree meatballs. This version is not as syrupy as most sweet and sour recipes. You can substitute 1-1/2 cups pineapple juice for the crushed pineapple, if you wish. You can also add sliced fresh carrots during the last several hours of cooking, if desired.

    Recipe #142974

    This is a recipe from one of Gooseberry Patch's newest cookbooks. Easy and tasty, it's perfect for the coming autumn days. This is recommended to be served over hot, cooked thin spaghetti. I haven't tried this yet, but wanted the recipe here so I can prepare it soon.

    Recipe #182489

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