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Appetizers
Texas Bean Dip

Mr. Bill's Fabulous Pate
Joanne-ikopita
Roasted Chestnuts
Deviled Eggs
Tabbouleh
Thai Corn Cakes with Spicy Cucumber Sauce
Edible Play Dough


Soups and Salads
Tom Yum (hot and sour soup)
Chicken and Andouille Gumbo
Persian Noodle Soup
Oriental Pasta Salad

 

Main Courses
Rebecca's Beer Pork

Veggie Burgers

Spicy Thai Noodles
Pork Chops with Apples and Stuffing
Fettuccine with Garlic Shrimp and Basil Mint Pesto
Road Ready Recipes
Mini Pumpkin Bake

Sides
Sarah Claire's Macaroni Salad

Cabbage and Apple Cole Slaw
Anne Marie's Famous Cheese Grits

Prairie Buttermilk Biscuits
Grilled Red Peppers with Feta and Almonds

Sauces
Kim's Wicked-Good Marinara Sauce

Cucumber Buttermilk Dressing

Desserts
Harvey Wallbanger Cake 

Mr. Bill's Italian Cream Cake

Garden Mint Ice Cream

Grape and Strawberry Delights
Green Grape Mint Sorbet
Chocolate Lava Cakes
Irish Apple Duff

Drinks
Hot Cocoa Mix
Mulled Wine

 


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from A Little More on Your Plate...

Nancy’s Fine Peach Cobbler
"Now this is enough for an eight-inch Pyrex dish. If you’ve got more fruit and a bigger dish, you have to use more, of course. So double everything? No, not quite, not the milk at least, you just have to play with it. You need a half cup milk, a cup of flour, a cup of sugar and two and half cups of fruit. You want to put a little sugar in the fruit, too, especially if it’s blueberries. You mix the dry then add the milk. Then melt three tablespoons of butter in the dish. Pour the batter in the dish. Pour the fruit on top of the batter. Bake thirty minutes at 350 degrees. What people really like is if you serve it right out of the oven."

Lesley’s Fabulous Potato Salad
"Basically, I boil red and white potatoes for 20 minutes in a touch of salt and
bay leaves. Cool the taters then pour in a bottle of Wishbone Italian dressing and
let them soak for 4-5 hours. Later add one large carton of low-fat sour cream to half as much mayonnaise. Add chopped celery, green onion, two small white onions, the juice of one lemon, and lots of chopped dill. I don't have the exact quantities but you know, whatever works."

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