While growing up, a friend's mother would make this fondue when I spent the night. Every time I make it, it brings back fond childhood memories. I love the rich flavor. Happy dipping! —Tracy Lawson, Farr West, Utah
I'VE USED this recipe since I was married, 47 years ago.
Both my husband and I worked, and we liked to have hearty, hot meals when we came home in the evening.
This was easy and quick to make on busy days. With the amount of potatoes used, there were never any leftovers.
-Alpha Wilson, Roswell, New Mexico
Sheila Parker of Reno, Nevada adds loads of currants to her flaky, attractive scones. Served warm with a drizzle of honey, these gingery treats are a welcome addition to breakfast, brunch or afternoon tea.
Here's an easy and attractive way to spruce up sweet potatoes for your Thanksgiving dinner. Field editor Billie Moss of El Sobrante, California coats the sweet potato wedges with a ginger, cinnamon and brown sugar sauce that's both sweet and spicy.
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