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Grandpa's Party Potatoes

Grandpa's Party Potatoes

Grandpa's Party Potatoes

My grandpa, who gave me this recipe, liked the way the cream cheese and onion dip created a wonderful velvety texture. I often assemble these potatoes the night before, then pop them in the oven the next day. —Mary Kay Elert, St. Paul Park, Minnesota

Grilled Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Salad

Grilled Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Salad

Grilled Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Salad

This recipe combines vibrant colors and tastes to create an unusual salad. It's an exciting accompaniment to any entree sizzling on the grill. Try it at your next cookout or picnic. —Irene Eager, Claremont, New Hampshire

Pear-Lime Gelatin Salad

Pear-Lime Gelatin Salad

Pear-Lime Gelatin Salad

A “must” at our family reunions is this easy make-ahead gelatin salad. Try decorating the top with maraschino cherries. The red and lime-green color is especially pretty for the holidays.
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Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Meet the Cook: Soup is tops on the list of things I love to cook. I've used this one as the beginning course to a meal...and as a Sunday supper with hot rolls and butter. When we had a small restaurant in Arizona, I made my mushroom soup every day. We never had any left over. It got raves at a deli I worked at, too. I never cooked very much until my husband and I were married, 48 years ago. We're the parents of three grown sons and the grandparents of 12. -Beverly Rafferty, Winston, Oregon

Strawberry Tossed Salad

Strawberry Tossed Salad

Strawberry Tossed Salad

Meet the Cook: One reason I particularly like this recipe is that it's so versatile. I've served the salad with poultry, ham and pork all throughout the year and even used it to add color to the table at Christmas. Recently, when I brought this for a dinner at church, one lady asked if she could take home the little that was left for her husband's lunch the next day - and he very rarely eats salad or fruit. Right now, my husband and I are in the middle of building our retirement home out in the country. We have four grown children and five grandchildren. -Patricia McNamara, Kansas City, Missouri

Butternut Squash Dinner Rolls

Butternut Squash Dinner Rolls

Butternut Squash Dinner Rolls

These wholesome rolls are a pleasant addition to any entree. I get so many requests for them at holiday time. I make about 100 dozen in December. Retired from the restaurant business, I have 16 grandchildren.

Red Cabbage Casserole

Red Cabbage Casserole

Red Cabbage Casserole

Since I enjoy spending time with my guests rather than alone in the kitchen, this one's a favorite dish...I've served it with ham, pork and turkey. With its color and eye appeal, I call on it on special days like Christmas or Easter when I'm cooking for a crowd. I'd also recommend it for potlucks. Although my husband and I were "city kids" both born in Toronto, we have been farming since we were married. We have two grown daughters.

Steakhouse Mushrooms

Steakhouse Mushrooms

Steakhouse Mushrooms

I got this recipe from a friend back when we were in nursing school. Whenever my husband is cooking meat on the grill, you can bet I'll be in the kitchen preparing these mushrooms. —Kenda Burgett, Rattan, Oklahoma

Brown Sugar Rhubarb Muffins

Brown Sugar Rhubarb Muffins

Brown Sugar Rhubarb Muffins

“I make these muffins often during rhubarb season. Guests at our inn love them,” says Florence Conklin, Cottonwood, Idaho. “For some crunch, I add our own state-grown black walnuts.”

Cherry Cheese Blintzes

Cherry Cheese Blintzes

Cherry Cheese Blintzes

These elegant blintzes can be served as an attractive dessert or a brunch entree. The bright cherry sauce gives them a delightful flavor. I sometimes substitute other fruits, such as raspberries, blueberries or peaches. -Jessica Vantrease, Anderson, Alaska

Cherry Cream Scones

Cherry Cream Scones

Cherry Cream Scones

Serve these for breakfast or a brunch. They're also a great after-school snack. They freeze well besides—simply thaw, warm and serve when you need them. We live in a cherry-producing region—and every guest expects to find some on our table! My husband and I have three children...20,11 and 9.
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