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Jenny McAllister
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I am a home economist with seven children, two kitties and one good-natured husband. I love to cook, write, laugh and eat!
I am a home economist with seven children, two kitties and one good-natured husband. I love to cook, write, laugh and eat!

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Chocolate Easter Eggs
My sister-in-law told me about these candies years ago, but with so many recipes, so little time, I am just getting around to them. We liked them so much! They are from Taste of Home 1997 and were quick to make even though they are a dipped candy. They don'...
Chocolate Easter Eggs
Chocolate Easter Eggs
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Jessica's Brownies with Buttermilk Icing
This recipe comes from my sister-in-law and makes a large batch of brownies. It has been a go-to for anytime I have to feed a crowd for awhile now, the brownies are compact and sturdy to travel well, but still fudgy and good. I most often just add some choc...
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Sharing my End-of-Summer Watermelon
I went to the store today for a gallon of milk and some lettuce. As I walked through the produce section, there were the most immense watermelons I have maybe ever seen! I had not come for a melon, but I reached in to thump one, like my grandpa always did, ...
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Buttermilk Cornmeal Waffles
These golden waffles have a little crunch from the cornmeal. They are nice for breakfast, but they would be fun to top with taco meat and toppings or chili and cheese and sour cream for a quick weeknight meal too. The recipe came from a cookbook called Retr...
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Cranberry Cream Cheese Muffins
These are deluxe yummy perfection! The cake is tender and rich and the tart cranberries make a nice contrast. I think the batter would lend itself to some experimenting with other berries, especially tart ones like raspberries or black berries. Cranberry Cr...
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Peanut Pudding Dessert
I made this yummy fluff for the 4th of July family dinner this year, and my sister-in-law asked if I would post it here.  I love peanut butter! This cool layered dessert comes from Taste of Home 2005. Peanut Pudding Dessert 1/2 c. cold butter 1 c. flour 2/3...
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Pears and Cream Pie
Another pie for your summer fruit! This one has a buttery topping and creamy filling. Pears and Cream Pie 3 c. chopped pears 1/2 c. sugar 1 egg, beaten 1 c. cream 1 Tbsp. flour 1 tsp. vanilla pinch of salt 1 unbaked pie shell Combine pears, sugar, egg, crea...
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Blackberry Sour Cream Pie
I found some fresh blackberries last week at the store, and felt like pie would be in order. (I always do think pie is in order.) This beautiful pie is a berries-and-cream kind of experience, rich and delicious-but easy to assemble. The recipe comes from a ...
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Changes, Changes!
Hello again.  It seems ages since I have been here to blog.  What a busy spring we have had! We are in a new home now, not very far from our old one, but to move our family is a feat, no matter how far it is! Thanks to all the helpers we had!! We loved our ...
Nine for Dinner: Changes, Changes!
Nine for Dinner: Changes, Changes!
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Cranberry Walnut White Fudge
Try this to sweeten up your Valentine this year! The fudge is creamy and cheerful with the red peeking out of the pieces. We loved this! Cranberry Walnut White Fudge 1/2 c. butter (no substitutes) 2 c. sugar 3/4 c. sour cream 1 c. vanilla or white chocolate...
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