these cadies can be made as gifts anytime of the year. however, i think they would make a nice addition to your christmas gift list and cookie tray. paraffin can usually be found in the canning section of the store. actually, hardware stores are the best place to find it.
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this is a really delicious salad. great way of using up apples and that last bit of ham in the fridge. it was adapted from the best of country cooking. cooking time is time spent in the fridge. you may also want to add a finely minced garlic clove.
this is the essential game-bird hunter's recipe. if you've never had quail, they are very mild white meat, all breast, really. in any case, this is a tasty recipe that easily deals with a good brace of birds. you could use this recipe for 2 or 3 (thawed)
received this in an email - it is a big recipe with four wonderful fillings. i suspect each filling as listed would fill the many kolaches this recipe will make. the first go round i plan to halve the recipe probably quarter two of the fillings. btw, myrt
perfect for those sunday brunches! prepare this recipe ahead, without baking, and refrigerate overnight. let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes, and bake as directed. also, make the cheese sauce before scrambling the eggs, so that the sauce will be