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Cakes 'n Cookies Recipes For You

Handed down from Mom, Grandma and the family next door…You can share your favorites with us too!

Friends Sharing Recipes

SURPRISE SEASONING BLEND..

Another recipe from the kitchen of my Mother’s friend….”Toots” 1 Tbsp each of the following; Salt Pepper Onion Powder Garlic powder Oregano Thyme Parsley Paprika Put in layers in a glass jar. Shake until mixed. Use for salads, stews, popcorn, chip dips, veggie dips etc. (Add 1 tsp to 1/2 cup mayonnaise for using as salad dressing) copyright@2019 Mary Anne Whitchurch Tuck Photo By Me Advertisements

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WHAT’S COOKIN’ AT NORMA’S HOUSE?MMM…SPICY RELISH

“Relatively” speaking, Norma is my first cousin. We go back to a time when cousins were raised in close family relationships and we all enjoyed reunions where everyone brought a dish to pass and a copy of their recipe was always being requested.  Now in the retirement years the miles have come between us, but the love in relationships remains. Check out this mouth watering recipe she gave me many […]

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Lucille’s Heavenly Coconut Cherry Bars

  One Cup Unsifted Flour 1/2 Cup Softened Margarine 3 Tbsp Sugar Combine 1 Cup flour with margarine & 3 tbsp sugar. Blend well.  Press firmly in bottom of 9″ square pan. Bake 350 Deg. for 25 minutes. Mix together 1/4 cup flour 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp salt Gradually add; 3/4 cup sugar 2 eggs slightly beaten 1 tsp vanilla Add sugar to eggs and beat well. Add vanilla. 1 […]

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Nickie’s Down-Home Spaghetti Sauce…Mmm Good..

Visiting friends in Ohio when Nickie shared her wonderful spaghetti recipe with us. Simply done, smells great while it’s cooking and tastes unbelievably good when we can it and use it throughout the year. 40 bush tomatoes (approximately) run thru blender 12 medium onions (run thru blender) 6 green peppers (run thru blender) Cook down and add 2 TBLSp Basil 2 TBLSp Oregano 2TBLSp Parsley 16 oz vegetable oil 2TBLSp […]

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Mary’s Cowboy Cookies

What is it about the cowboy scenario that speaks to us from the days when we went to the movies on Saturday afternoon to see Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and of course, Randolph Scott? As I recall, the price of admission at our local theater was 35 cents. We listened to The Lone Ranger on the radio and can’t seem to get “hi-o Silver…awayyyyyyy….out of our memories. My friend Mary […]

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