Four old recipe boxes sit on the top shelf of my cupboard. Some from Grandma, some from Mother and her friends, a few from
old friends of mine...and others. It just occurred to me that they should be shared.
Since I haven't actually used them all, I decided to use my photographs along with the directions.... I'm much better
at taking pictures than I am at cooking..
Many of you will know immediately, the lady who gave my Mother this recipe. Click on this link. FRIENDSHIP TEA...
Sharing my recipe for home-made bread...click on this link. You'll like it! MARY ANNE'S HOMEMADE BREAD
Speaking of West Branch High School, Ella Reilly McPherson graduated with the class of 1940. This is one of her recipes...click
on this link..
Mrs. Quickle's Apricot Squares...hope you like them.
Lemon Pudding Cake sounds good..and our home in the winter always makes me happy too...Click on this link for the recipe and
My daughter-in-law says I have a lot of stories...she's right. This recipe brought back memories of "Cow Camp" and "bull-riding"...better
click on this link and find out about it..
Recipes come from here and there..this one came from a "friend" I met once in Oklahoma. She's from Florida..check out this
recipe from Dixie...Click on this link
Sounds good enough to eat..Delectable Chocolate Chip Cookies...click on this link