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    Always made White Sangria and wanted to try a red version to go with our favorite Cuban inspired dinner. Decided a get together with my brother and cousins would be the perfect time to taste test. Everyone agreed it was a keeper! Cheers Lana, Ron and Rick!

    Recipe #502462

    These started to find the perfect bread item to make leftover turkey sandwiches on. Tried as bread and never reliable, rise to high or not enough. After much trial and error these have been pretty fool proof. Son in law loves and says its not Thanksgiving till the leftover sandwich is eaten. Feel free to change up the spices to your taste preferences. I use fresh ground hard red wheat in this recipe so whole wheat flour would replace that. I use a bread machine to mix up and rise the dough. I made for use with packaged yeast for ease for begining bakers like my daughter

    Recipe #468300

    The bases for this recipe is from Dori Sanders' Country Cooking;Easy Peach Cobbler. White Peaches are a favorite of mine for there delicate taste. I put these together one day when I didn't have enough peaches to make it and have never gone back to plain peach again! If you home grind your flour use hard or soft white wheat or a mixture.The batter bubbles up thru the fruit, just remember don't stir it together at any point.

    Recipe #432255

    We have wild berries, like a small blackberry, all over our N. FL property and know when we see the white flowers hard picking and good eating will happen in about 4-6 weeks, depending on weather. Long sleeves and heavy pants required no matter the weather to pick and your hands will be battle scared but so worth it for a dish of this with vanilla ice cream melting on top. A Spring, early Summer treat we look forward to all year. You can use blackberries to make. If you home grind your flour, hard or soft white wheat works great.

    Recipe #432033

    A favorite fall treat that graces our Holiday tables. A favorite of my husband but then all my deserts are! Frequently requested by my coworkers and KYX retreaters. Has much the taste of pumpkin pie but can serve so many more people. A very moist cake.

    Recipe #412204

    Tea time started to teach youngsters some table manners and has become a pause to relax time when were all together. My Sarah's tend to make mix scones but I do the real deal and they are delicious. If you have Double devonshire cream and rasberry preserves for topping they are devine. O'Conner cream tea anyone?

    Recipe #366560

    This as another easy recipe starting with a cake mix. Using a chocolate cake mix end result is very similiar to old fashioned Chocolate Crinkle cookie made years ago. Also not sure of the origin of this recipe but has been a quick to make family favorite for 20 or so years.

    Recipe #347667

    This is a fantastic recipe that adapts to your families taste. This posted version ,Creme De Menthe I made this Christmas for the first time. My family deemed it the best version ever. My future son in law David was as big a fan as my husband Joe. I can't remember were the original version of this recipe came from, have been making it for around 20 years.

    Recipe #347178

    These are a favorite cookie from my childhood that my Mom Betty made alot less frequently. She was a fabulous cook and baker. I did not appreciate all the work rolled out cookies took vs drop or other easier methods till I was grown. My daughter loves these and like my Mom I don't make them every year. While I've found easier recipes that imitate some other time consuming ones, I've never tasted any cookie that comes close to these. I usually made them as trees and sprinkled with green sugar. I occasionally made them for Valentines Day in heart shape with red sprinkles.

    Recipe #343061

    This is from an early nineteen sixties Betty Crocker Cooky Book that I have of my Mom's. Can tell the recipes we loved by the stained pages. I remember making these by myself in my early teens. Have changed to suit our taste through the years. If you like chocolate and coconut you will be a fan of these, the oats are throw in so seems healthy:-). Also good during those hot weather Christmas times can have in Florida, no oven to heat up the house. Must be kept refrigerated.

    Recipe #342300

    This recipe is from a Holiday Pillsbury Company coupon flier from 1986, I still have the original. There were multiple recipes but this one has been made every year since with Christmas baking. If you like toffee you will adore this. I've never had anyone not come back for more. Enjoy.

    Recipe #333135

    A friend's daughter gave me the original recipe years ago and the only major change I've made is using Sambuca liqueur rather than anise extract. My 3 honorary grandchildren Jerod, James and Shiloh all teethed on these and their Mom Sarah request them every Christmas season. These Italian dunking cookies go well with milk, coffee or tea.

    Recipe #332822

    When my daughter was young I was blessed to be an at home Mom. I would bake dozens of different types of cookies for the Christmas holiday. Now that I work fulltime each family member gets to chose a couple cookies for me to bake. This past year Sarah made these for all to enjoy. We do not double this recipe as the dough is stiff and its very hard to stir in larger batches.

    Recipe #332820

    No one in my family is a big fan of plan banana bread but all like this version. If you can wait a day to slice texture is much better. We can never resist eating warm espically when topped with cream cheese

    Recipe #332758

    I created this recipe one night using a few of our favorite ingredients when we had a taste for Greek. Add a nice salad. Dine out on a screened porch for a delightful time.You can add a second can of tomatoes if you like saucier. Just be sure to use alot of Tuscan Seasoning for best flaovr. Note: I can no longer find the Spice Island Tuscan Seasoning so I'm still working on substitute combo.

    Recipe #332424

    This is one of my most requested and loved recipes. We host FSU's Christian Fraternity Kappa Upsilon Chi retreat at our property twice yearly. This is part of our Sunday morning breakfast along with hash brown casserole and fresh fruit salad. I've made up to four feeding 38 young men. The original recipe came from Southern Living Big Book of Christmas Baking. It's really an assembly project and requires no baking experience.

    Recipe #332178


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