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Easy Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are an easy, make-ahead appetizer that are great for parties, picnics or potluck dinners. My version is a little different (and even easier!) than the traditional recipe, but tastes great and always goes over well with my guests. Using … Read More

Pumpkin Mousse Parfait

Traditionally, in our family, Thanksgiving dinner always includes pumpkin pie (see Grandma’s recipe).  However, this year I decided to change it up a bit by serving pumpkin mousse parfait, that still have the familiar pumpkin pie flavors.  They require some assembly … Read More

Blue Ribbon Pea Soup

Blue Ribbon recipes were published in a midwest magazine called The Farmer’s Wife until 1939, and when I was growing up they were considered to be superior in taste and practicality. The Blue Ribbon Cookbook was a popular resource at … Read More

Classic Coleslaw

Way back when I was growing up on the farm, cabbage was a winter salad staple. My grandmother always prepared the most attractive and delicious coleslaw with grated cabbage, apple and carrot. After mixing it with her homemade cooked salad … Read More

Cauliflower Soup

Now that fall has rolled around, it is the perfect time to think of soups. Nothing could be easier than this Cauliflower Soup recipe from the book . And it’s made even better by using in-season produce.  You will particularly … Read More

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