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Pineapple Upside-Down Cake II

Reviewed: Apr. 15, 2014
I have made pineapple upside down cakes for years with my grandmother and my mother,we used milk and pineapple juice and cooked our cakes in a 10"castiron skillet. We always heated the butter and brown sugar in skillet while we mixed the cake ingredients. So you may want to try this way of baking. Just be sure to butter skillet well. In cooking in cast iron you need to watch your tempature and check for doneness with a toothpick.
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Super Easy Salmon Cakes

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2014
This is the way I cook salmon and any other fish I make into patties. But I cook mine in a muffin tin and top with ketchup, no a lot just a little. I cook my other fish in the microwave with lemon, garlic, dill and parsley, I usually put a paper towel over the fish to hold in the moisture and keep the fish moist. Sometimes I put a pat of butter or phoney butter, as my granddaughter use to call it. It only takes about 3 to 5 minutes depending on the thickness of fish.
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Super Easy Fruit Dip

Reviewed: Dec. 13, 2013
I give this recipe 5stars. But I went a little further and add a 3oz. Package of my favorite jello and got raves for it. This is recipe you can build on.
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Coal Miners Pasties

Reviewed: Jan. 19, 2011
my grandmother made these pasties back in the early 1920's. they grew there own veggies and meat so she was not out much. i remember her telling me about her making these and selling them to men that were working on FDR's reconstruction project here in alabama. i am so glad that you came up with is recipe because if have lost her original recipe she gave me. grandmother was the one who taught me to cook beginning when i was three and old enough to stand on a chair and stir ingredients in a bowl. i guess many of the older ladies can tell stories just like mine. i know when i was in high school and my sewing and cooking teacher was in awe because i already knew how to sew and cook. i hope you put more recipes from the 1920's and 1930's online so we can review and see if we can make them more healthy for todays lifestyle. mary king marob_532, ashville alabama
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Mom's Chocolate Chip Meringues

Reviewed: Oct. 24, 2008
i hsve used a similar recipe for many years at christmas time to make christmas balls. it is a great treat for people who can not eat alot of sugar. if you leave chips out and color half of mixture with green and red food coloring, then using ice cream scoop dip out on parchment paper and cook as instructed it is fun. you can add sprinkles and other decorations.
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