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    My mom was a great cook and had a large pantry filled with shelf upon shelf of cookbooks she collected. I still miss her liver with onions and bacon. Dad was a hunter and we had moose, caribou, elk, etc and mom had recipes for all. The 1954 Westinghouse cookbook was the go to for her amazing lemon pie and dad's Christmas morning pecan sticky buns. I sold the hundreds of cookbooks but kept this old war horse because I cherish her notes in all the margins. Especially the recipes that have "HORRIBLE" next to them. th.jpg

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    I have always loved cheese and eggs. I eat meat daily. Diet is one thing I really don’t worry about. I watch my weight and eat things in moderation. That’s funny SM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simplemind View Post
    My mom was a great cook and had a large pantry filled with shelf upon shelf of cookbooks she collected. I still miss her liver with onions and bacon. Dad was a hunter and we had moose, caribou, elk, etc and mom had recipes for all. The 1954 Westinghouse cookbook was the go to for her amazing lemon pie and dad's Christmas morning pecan sticky buns. I sold the hundreds of cookbooks but kept this old war horse because I cherish her notes in all the margins. Especially the recipes that have "HORRIBLE" next to them. th.jpg
    Wow! Betty Furness! When I was working on the 1976 Democratic and Republican Conventions, I had to take Betty Furness's picture for her press pass. I remember her being VERY slight, and when she came in, she sat on the chair and refreshed all her make-up and lipstick. I was so star-struck when I was in that job!

    Here's a recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks: The Highlander's Cookbook--Recipes from Scotland, which explains why Joy of Cooking was Greek to me.

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