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Information about “PC-SIG’S COOKBOOK VOLUME I”

Here are all our favorite holiday recipes from the PC-SIG staff.  Some
of these have been handed down for generations and have never before
been revealed.  Others are secret recipes for such winners as Mrs.
Fields cookies (cloned to perfection).

We think you will find this disk a flavorful experience!  Everyone who
tries this disk is invited to submit their own family's favorite
recipe for future PC-SIG CookBooks.  If your recipe is used, you will be
given credit and will receive a free copy of the disk.  Here's your
chance to immortalize Mom's apple pie!
File Descriptions:

FILE1215 TXT  Intro to disk.
RECIPES  TXT  Main program file.
SUBMIT        Recipe submission form.
PC_SIG   TXT  Information about PC-SIG and the new packaged software.
GO       EXE  Starts the program.


Disk No: 1215
Program Title:  PC-SIG'S COOKBOOK vol. 1
PC-SIG Version 1

Here are all our favorite holiday recipes from the PC-SIG staff.  Some
of these have been handed down for generations and have never before
been revealed.  Others are "secret" recipes for such winners as MRS.
FIELDS cookies (cloned to perfection.)

We think you will find this disk a flavorful experience!  Everyone who
trys this disk will be invited to submit their own family's favorite
recipe for future PC-SIG COOKBOOKS.  If your recipe is used, you will be
given credit and will receive a free copy of the disk.  Here's your
chance to immortalized "Mom's" apple pie!

Usage:  Cooking, Recipes.

Special Requirements:  Word processor helpful, but not required.

How to Start:  Type GO (press enter).

Suggested Registration:  Send a favorite recipe of your own for possible
inclusion on the next update of the PC-SIG COOKBOOK!

File Descriptions:

FILE1215 TXT  Intro to disk.
RECIPES  TXT  Main program file.
SUBMIT        Recipe submission form.
PC_SIG   TXT  Information about PC-SIG and the new packaged software.
GO       EXE  Starts the program.
PC-SIG%% BAT  Data file used by GO.EXE.
PC_SIG   DAT  Data file used by GO.EXE.

1030D E. Duane Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
(408) 730-9291
(c) Copyright 1988 PC-SIG, Inc.


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      PC-SIG is the world's oldest and largest distributor of shareware.
      Since 1982 PC-SIG has been compiling the most respected shareware
      collection anywhere by actively seeking top software authors and
      their high quality programs.

      Shareware is a unique approach to software retailing in which
      consumers purchase software directly from the author.  Individual
      authors avoid costly marketing, promotion, and packaging by
      allowing their programs to be copied and shared with few
      restrictions.  PC-SIG plays a vital role in the sharware process by
      bringing shareware to the consumer.  As a central distributor,
      PC-SIG can give these programs the exposure they deserve at a
      fraction of the cost of bringing a single software package to
      market.  In the end, the consumer wins with great software at
      prices far below traditional retail markets.

      The end user also wins with the opportunity to try the full program
      before buying it from the author.  This ``try-before-you-buy''
      method of software distribution is successful because shareware is
      high-quality software.  Authors are confident that once you have
      used their programs you'll be impressed and want to register.

      The PC-SIG Retail Rack is a great way to obtain the best that
      shareware has to offer.  Buying PC-SIG Shareware insures the
      highest quality, the most current versions, and support for every
      product we distribute.  If you're interested in the shareware
      phenomenon subscribe to SHAREWARE Magazine, a publication dedicated
      to shareware and the programs that make it successful: USA (except
      California) call toll free (800)245-6717, inside California call

      See these 50 popular titles on the PC-SIG Retail Rack at a store near
      you or order them from PC-SIG for $9.95 each.  These particular shareware
      programs have 4-color packaging and make great gifts.

      7054 AMPLE NOTICE:

      AMPLE NOTICE is a calendar and alarm clock program that helps
      organize your schedule of appointments.  Appointments and notes are
      entered into a standard text file in any variety of simple dating
      formats, and each day you view a calendar of commitments taken from
      this file.  This text file can be edited from within the program
      from an ASCII word processor.

      7045 AMY'S FIRST PRIMER:

      AMY'S FIRST PRIMER is a collection of six games designed to teach
      basic skills to a pre-reading child.  The collection includes
      sing-along alphabet, a letter matching game, an alphabet tutorial,
      a numbers/counting game, and a pattern matching game.  The games
      stress positive reinforcement of these basic skills to promote a
      "learning is fun" attitude.


      This well-written pre-calculus tutor helps students review the
      basics of algebra and trigonometry.  Specifically, this program
      gives quizzes on all sections of algebra and trigonometry which are
      essential to calculus.

      7048 AUTOMENU:

      AUTOMENU lets you access all your programs, batchfiles, even DOS
      commands in one easy menu system.  Set it up once and let AUTOMENU
      take care of the rest.  With or without a mouse, you can design
      your own access menus and then just "point and pick" what you want
      from plain English menus.

      7057 BRIDGEPAL:

      Welcome to BRIDGEPAL, the computer version of the card game bridge.
      Here's your chance to learn, practice, or just enjoy the game of
      bridge without needing three other players.  BRIDGEPAL is played
      just like bridge, except the computer shuffles and deals the cards,
      bids, plays three hands, and does the scoring.  You will bid and
      play the South hand.  If your team gets the bid, then you play both
      the North and South hands.

      7033 COMPASS:

      COMPASS is the first intergrated program that combines six major
      programs and utilities into one program.  COMPASS is a database,
      word processor, spreadsheet, accounting, calender, names, and
      utilities program all in one.


      Here's a gold mine of information about running copy-protected and
      "key-disk" programs from your hard disk, and how to save your
      original as backup.  Generally, these are step-by-step detailed
      instructions to walk through a DEBUG session that will allow easier
      use of over 30 of the most popular copy-protected software


      One of PC-SIG's most frequent requests has been for a program that
      allows you to design and print crossword puzzles quickly and easily
      on a computer.  PC-SIG is proud to announce that CROSSWORD CREATOR
      is now available for your puzzling enjoyment.

      7051 DANCAD 3D:

      DANCAD 3D will let you do complex tasks like stereoscopic 3D wire
      animation or just draw simple things like a letterhead.  DANCAD 3D
      is a program that lets you draw with lines, be they lines in a
      plane (2D drawing) or in space (3D drawing).  These lines can be
      formed into both simple and complex "elements".  These lines can
      be: loaded, saved, magnified, rotated, flipped, offset (moved), and
      used over and over again, by keeping them as a file on disk.

      7059 DISK NAVIGATOR:

      DISK NAVIGATOR is a DOS shell that shows files on the disk(s) in
      several display formats and allows one to copy, move, and erase
      files on a group or individual basis.  Individual files can be
      browsed or renamed.  It has a SUBMIT facility, where commands and
      file names can be simply transferred to a command line which can
      then be passed to DOS. The benefit: no misspellings!

      7060 EDRAW:

      This two-dimensional graphics program has the capability to draw
      schematics, block diagrams, flowcharts and can even be used to
      layout a printed circuit board.

      7052 EQUATOR/PC-TOUCH:

      Among the excellent educational programs on this disk, the star is
      EQUATOR, a user-supported educational system for teaching math,
      science, and finance.  It consists of 35 equations divided equally
      among the three subjects.  The more you work with an equation, the
      easier it will be for you to understand it, remember it, and use it
      at home or at school.  PC-TOUCH is a typing tutor which lets you go
      at your own pace.

      7061 EXPRESSCHECK:

      EXPRESSCHECK has a simple goal: to help you manage your checking
      accounts.  Without EXPRESSCHECK, you can either guess at where you
      spent all your money, or you can spend long hours with a
      calculator.  With EXPRESSCHECK you can find out in a few seconds.

      7062 EZ-FORMS:

      EZ-FORMS is a form-making program that lets you design, revise,
      and update forms tailored to your individual needs.  You can create
      a master or filled-out form.  Great for small business.

      7039 FAMILY HISTORY:

      This `Family History System' is noteworthy among computerized
      geneology programs for its modular design, use of Fixed Formatted
      screen displays, and thorough use of function keys.  The system
      uses a set of `linked random access' datasets for storing
      information about individuals, including all family relationships.
      No limits are placed upon the number of relationships that may
      exist for each individual, or for the number of generations of
      ancestors or descendants that may be recorded.

      7063 FASTBUCKS:

      FASTBUCKS is a home-financing program that is completely
      menu-driven, and easy to understand and operate.  FASTBUCKS
      automatically creates files and updates them.  FASTBUCKS supports
      up to 25 accounts each in checking, savings, and charge accounts,
      and one cash sheet.  With each kind of an account you can update,
      list, reconcile, balance, or edit a record.

      7064 FILE EXPRESS:

      FILE EXPRESS is an easy-to-use, menu-driven database management
      system.  A mailing list and report generator are included in the
      system.  It has a complete and comprehensive manual on disk #288.
      It can make your organizational tasks easier.  Highly recommended!

      7065 FUNNELS & BUCKETS:

      FUNNELS AND BUCKETS is an educational game which teaches math in a
      fun way.  It's an effective tool for getting young ones interested
      in math.  They'll be too busy having fun to notice that they are
      learning something.

      7034 GALAXY:

      GALAXY is a fast, RAM-based word processor offering a wealth of
      features to make it powerful, yet extremely easy to learn and use.
      GALAXY presents a choice of menus or quick keyboard commands for
      all the major program functions.

      7038 GAME SERIES:

      This disk contains one of the finest collections of color graphic
      games in The PC-SIG Library.


      This is a collection of utilities for the hard disk drive user.
      Password protection, recover erased files, change file attributes
      hidden/read-only, sort directories by date, size, extension,
      spelling, recover lost sectors, park your hard disk, and find a
      lost file are just some of the twenty different programs on this

      7067 HGCIBM:

      HGCIBM is a software application that provides owners of Hercules
      or compatible graphics cards a means to run software written for
      the IBM Color Graphics Adapter without any additional hardware.

      7032 KIDGAMES:

      KIDGAMES is a BLAST!  This collection of games specifically geared
      toward the ages of 2-10 years has excellent graphics and a
      straightforward approach to making fun educational.  Your children
      will not only have fun with these programs, but they will learn
      from them as well.


      LANGUAGE TEACHER is a series of menu-driven language tutorial
      programs for vocabulary, verb conjunctions and standard phrases in
      French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Hebrew.


      THE LOTUS LEARNING SYSTEM is designed to teach the novice computer
      user how to use Lotus.  The program starts by going over the menu
      and how it works.  Then you choose the option you would like to
      start with (start from the top of the menu and work your way down
      for best results).  This is a highly recommended program for anyone
      who is about to buy, or who already has Lotus.

      7068 MASTER KEY:

      MASTER KEY is an incredibly powerful and easy to use disk and file
      manipulation utility.  It is comparable with, if not better than,
      some of the commercial programs such as Norton's Utilties.  With
      this program, the user can edit any part of any disk or file using
      a handy windowed hex and ASCII dump of the file on the screen.
      Many other utilities are included, such as a duplicate file search,
      file rename and erase, DOS direct updating, and unerase.

      7031 NAMEPAL:

      NAMEPAL is the complete automatic address book.  It keeps lists of
      names, addresses, phone numbers, and related comments, and prints
      them out in a pocket size "book" you can use anywhere.

      7070 NETHACK:

      A huge game of 28+ levels, 150+ rooms, and countless corridors.
      NETHACK is a dungeons and dragons type game for all ages.
      It requires a hard disk.

      7036 PC-CALC:

      PC-CALC is a nice simple spreadsheet that is easy to use and well
      documented.  Although somewhat limited, PC-CALC is able to handle
      most spreadsheet functions.  PC-CALC comes with its own tutorial
      and sample spreadsheets to be used with the extensive

      7047 PC-CHESS:

      PC-CHESS allows you to play chess against the computer or a human
      opponent.  This game requires a color graphics adapter.

      7040 PC-DESKTEAM:

      PC-DESKTEAM is an all-in-one utility/accessory program that can be
      called from any program or DOS. It includes the following
      utilities: alarm clock, calculator, calendar, selected DOS
      commands, notepad, phone dialer, printer control, typewriter mode,
      and a handy ASCII chart.

      7049 PC-FILE+:

      This is Jim Button's very popular database filing program.
      PC-FILE+ allows you to retrieve data quickly, change it, resequence
      it, perform queries, and prepare reports for display, printing or
      subsequent retrieval by your wordprocessing program.

      7044 PC-KEY DRAW:

      PC-KEY DRAW combines the features of CAD, paint, slideshow, and
      desktop publishing programs into one powerful and flexible drawing

      7072 PC-MAIL:

      PC-MAIL, prints mailing labels, enters new addresses and deletes
      old ones.  A simple mailing program for someone who has a need to
      do labels quickly and easily.

      7071 PC-FOTO:

      Use PC-FOTO to create labels for your libraries of slides, prints,
      or any other objects that are classified and described like
      pictures.  Both professional and amateur photographers will
      appreciate the extensive information that can be included on

      7074 PC-PROMPT:

      PC-PROMPT is a unique, memory resident DOS extension that
      automatically provides syntax prompting for DOS commands as you
      type.  The F10 function key can be used to display additional help
      whenever needed.

      7050 PC-WRITE:

      PC-WRITE is a powerful, easy to use, word processor that has been
      around and has been recognized as one of the best for sometime.
      Though a quite sophisticated package, the substantial on-line help
      facilities make it easy for the novice user to gain proficiency in
      a comfortable manner.  The program possesses a wide array of
      features, some not available on expensive, commercial packages.

      7042 PIANOMAN:

      PIANOMAN is an exceptional music composition tool.  This
      well-designed group of programs allows you to play, record, and
      edit your own music, with options for importing other music files,


      This disk contains a set of utility programs that are useful in
      many printer applications.  There are programs to print banners; to
      print data sideways for wide documents; to use print spoolers; to
      do graphic screen dumps to a wide variety of printers; to redirect
      printer output to a disk and more.

      7053 PROCOMM:

      PROCOMM is a professional communications program written in
      compiled MicroSoft C and assembler.  This state-of-the-art program
      is extremely powerful, yet extremely easy to use.  It is suitable
      for the computer hobbyist as well as the professional and business

      7076 QMODEM SST:

      Fantastic telecommunications program!  It's written in TURBO
      PASCAL, is fast and versatile, supports Hayes, Racal Vadic and
      other modems, and runs up to 9600 baud.  Windowing, screen color
      definition, XMODEM protocol, autodial/redial, DOS command shell,
      and subdirectory support are just a few of its many features.  A
      "must have" program.

      7077 QUBECALC:

      QUBECALC is a spreadsheet with many advanced features.  Some of
      these are so unique it would be hard to find them anywhere else at
      any price.  However, the special power of QUBECALC is in its being
      a true 3-dimensional spreadsheet.

      7035 RBBS:

      The RBBS is the bulletin board system of choice for most PC-based
      boards.  It is a LARGE system and with all the features and
      power you need for a complex multi-line BBS.

      7041 SPACEWAR:

      The primary program on this disk, SPACEWAR, is an excellent
      asteroid type arcade game.  The three versions, SWC for color
      graphics, SWATT for the ATT 6300 using 640x400 graphics mode, and
      SWH for the Hercules graphics card, provide good detail in a fast
      paced game.  Other games include some Turbo Pascal offerings and a
      large number of BASIC games and demos.

      7078 STOCK:

      STOCK is a specialized database for maintaining inventory control.
      It is best for businesses with standard inventory items that need
      to be stocked and identified on order levels.  You can keep
      constant track of your stock without spending hours counting it.

      7079 WAMPUM:

      WAMPUM (Ward's Automated Menu Package Using Microcomputers) is a
      full featured, menu-driven implementation of the dBase III
      programming language.  In other words, it is a dBase III clone.
      WAMPUM can be used both as an application developement tool and an
      enduser database management system.

      7037 XLISP:

      XLISP is an experimental programming language combining some
      features from LISP with an object-oriented extension capability.
      It is written in C and is easily extended with user-written
      built-in functions and classes.  It assumes some knowledge of LISP
      and object-oriented programming.  This version contains both MS-DOS
      and PC-DOS specific code.

      Copyright 1988, PC-SIG, Inc.
      All Rights Reserved


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THE PC-SIG COOK BOOK                     Copyrighted 1988 PC-SIG

Thank you for purchasing this, first-of-its-kind, "Community Recipe &
Cookbook Disk".  We at PC-SIG have begun this disk with favorite family
recipes we've enjoyed.

We hope you will savor these dishes and submit your own family favorites!

If your dish is the first submission of its kind AND we include it in
the Cookbook, you will receive the next update of this disk FREE.

In the coming months we expect to come out with several volumes of Cookbook
disks featuring never-before-published recipes for delicious taste
temptations sent in from all across America, and around the world, by
PC-SIG customers---like YOU!

Please use the submission form on this disk.  Also, as always, your
comments are appreciated concerning ways we can improve this disk (or any
other product of ours you've tried.)

Thank You!

------Candy Cagle, PC-SIG Food Editor



1 Cup Oil                                 2 Cups Sugar

2 Eggs                                    1 Tsp. Vanilla

3 Cups Fresh Apples Chopped               1 Cup Chopped Nuts

3 Cups Flour                              1 Tsp. Baking Soda

1 Tsp. Salt                               1 Tsp. Cinnamon

Mix oil, sugar, eggs, vanilla.  Add apples, nuts.  Mix together flour,
soda, salt, cinnamon. (Mix Well).  Put in ungreased pan.  Bake at 325 for
40 min. or until golden brown.

* Dough will be very thick and stiff.
                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1/2 Cup Shortening                        1 Cup Sugar

2 Eggs                                    2 Cups Mashed Bananas

2 Cups Flour                              3 Tsp. Baking Powder

1/2 Tsp. Salt                             1 Cup Nuts

Cream shortening, sugar together. Beat eggs and add bananas.  Mix together
flour, baking powder, salt, add nuts.  Bake in greased loaf pan at 375 for
1 1/2 hour or until done.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 1/2 Cups Flour                          3/4 Tsp. Salt

1/4 Tsp. Baking Powder                    2 Tbsp. Shortening

Water as needed

Mix flour, salt, baking powder together.  Cut in shortening.  Add enough
water to make a soft pliable dough (not sticky).  Knead dough until
smooth.  Pinch off small amounts of dough and form into patties.  Roll
very thin.  Cook on a hot grittle.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 Egg                                     1 Cup Milk

1 Tbsp. Sugar                             1 Tbsp. Tapioca

1/8 Tsp. Salt                             1/2 Tsp. Vanilla

2 Tbsp. Sugar

Separate the egg, mix egg yolk, milk, sugar, tapioca, salt in sauce pan.
Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until mixture boils for 3
min.  Cool, stir in vanilla.  Beat egg white until foamy, beating
Add remaining sugar a little at a time.  Beat egg white until
stiff, fold beaten egg white into pudding.  Chill and serve.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


2 Cups Flour                              1 1/2 Cups Sugar

3 1/4 Tsp. Baking Powder                  1 Tsp. Salt

1/2 Cup Shortening                        1 Cup Milk

4 Egg Whites                              1 Tsp. Vanilla

Heat oven 350.  In large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder,
salt, shortening and milk.  Blend well at low speed.  Beat 1 1/2 min. at
medium speed.  Add egg whites and vanilla, continue beating 1 1/2 min. at
medium speed.  Pour batter into greased and floured 13x9in pan.  Bake
35-40 min. or until cake is golden brown and top springs back when lightly
                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 Cup Flour                               2 Tbsp. Sugar

1 1/2 Tsp. Baking Powder                  1/2 Tsp. Salt

1/2  Tsp. Nutmeg                          2 Tbsp. Oil

3/8 Cup Milk  (75 Milieters)              Half an egg

Mix all ingredients well.  Drop by spoonfuls into hot fat (375); fry until
golden brown.  Drain, roll warm puffs in a cinnamon sugar mixture.  Takes
about 20 min.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 1/2 Cups Sugar                           1/4 Tsp. Salt

1/4 Cup Cornstarch                         2 Cups Milk

3 Egg Yolks, slightly beaten               1 Tsp. Vanilla

Sweetened Whip Cream

Mix sugar, cornstarch, salt in 1 1/2 Qt. saucepan.  Stir in milk gradually.
Cook over medium heat stirring constantly until mixture thickens and boils.
Boil and stir 1 min. Stir at least half of the hot mixture gradually into
egg yolks.  Blend into hot mixture in saucepan.  Boil and stir 1 min.  Remove
from heat.  Stir in premelted chocolate and vanilla.  Pour into pie shell;
press plastic wrap onto filling.  Refrigerate at least 2 hours.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 Cup Butter                               1 1/2 Cup Sugar

2 Eggs                                     1 Tsp. Vanilla

2 2/8 Cup Flour                            1 Tsp. Cream of Tarter

1/2 Tsp. Baking Soda                       1/4 Tsp. Salt

2 Tbsp. Sugar                              2 Tsp. Cinnamon

Heat oven to 400.  Cream butter, sugar in a bowl.  Beat in eggs and vanilla.
Stir in flour, cream of tarter, soda and salt.  Shape into balls.  Combine
remaining sugar with cinnamon.  Roll balls into mixture.  Place 2 inches
apart onto ungreased pan.  Bake 8 - 10 min.  Serve.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


3 1/2 Cup Popped Corn                      1/2 Cup White Sugar

3 Tbsp. Water                              3 Tbsp. Corn Syrup

1/2 Tsp. Salt                              2 Tbsp. Butter

1/2 Tsp. Vanilla

Combine sugar, water, corn syrup, salt and butter in saucepan.  Cook over
medium heat until mixture is 250 degrees or until hard cracked stage.  Remove
from heat; add vanilla.  Pour candy in a thin stream over popped corn
tossing constantly.  Shape into balls with buttered hands.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 Cup Flour                                1/2 Tsp. Salt

1/3 Cup + 1 Tbsp. Shortening               2 - 3 Tbsp. Water

Mix flour, salt together, cut in shortening until lumps are the size of green
peas.  Add enough water to make a dough.  Gather dough into a pattie.  Roll
out dough on a floured board until it is 1 inch bigger than an inverted pie
pan.  Carefully place dough in a pan, flute the edges and poke holes in crust
with a fork.  Bake at 400 for 10 min.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 8 OZ Can Of Tomato Sauce                  1/4 Tsp. Parmesan Cheese

1/4 Tsp. Rosemary                          1/4 Tsp. Salt (OPT)

1/8 Tsp. Pepper

It's Easy, just mix everything together.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 Tsp. Active Dry Yeast                    1/2 Cup Warm Water (110 degrees)

1 Tbsp. Oil                                1 3/4 Cup Flour

Pinch of Salt

Dissolve yeast in warm water, add oil, salt, 1 cup flour.  Stir until smooth.
Add 1/2 Cup flour. Put dough on a floured board and knead until smooth and
elastic.  Place in a greased bowl.  Grease the top of the dough and cover.
Let rise until double in size (1/2 - 2 Hours).  Roll out dough on a floured
board to desired shape and size.  Place on a pan and fold over edges to make
a ridge.  Spread with premade sauce.  Add your favorite toppings.  Bake at
425 for 20 min.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 Cup Butter                               1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar

2 Tsp. Vanilla                             2 Cup Flour

1/4 Tsp. Salt                              1 Cup Nuts

Heat oven to 325.  In a mixing bowl cream butter, sugar, vanilla.  Blend in
flour, salt and nuts until dough holds together.  Shape into balls.  Place 1
inch apart on ungreased cookie sheet.  Bake 15 to 20 min.
Roll into powdered sugar.  About 50 cookies.

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1/4 Cup Butter                             Food Coloring

3/4 Cup Sugar                              1/2 Tsp. Flavor Oil

1/2 Cup Corn Syrup

Butter a cookie sheet.  Combine butter, corn syrup, sugar in a saucepan.  Cook
over medium heat until mixture is 270 degres or until a small amount forms a
thread that bends in cold water (soft crack).  Remove from heat and add
flavoring and coloring.  Drop by spoonfuls onto the buttered pan; attach

                                                  CANDY CAGLE


1 PKG. Instant Jello Pudding (VANILLA)       1 Lg. Can Crushed Pineapple

6 - 7 Med. Bananas (Sliced)                  1 Lg. Coolwhip

Nuts (any kind)                              1 Jar Cherries

Crushed Graham Crackers

Make crust with graham crackers.  Add one layer of jello (let it set).  Add
a layer of pineapple, banana, Coolwhip.  Keep adding a layer until ingredients
are gone.  Sprinkle with nuts and cherries; let chill about 1/2 hour.
Eat it up.  Um good.

                                             JACKIE GILMORE


1 Envelope of Knox Gelatin                1 Cup Mayo

1 Cup Diced Celery                         1/2 Green Onion Diced

1 1/2 Cup Imitation Crab                   2 Cans Cream of Mushroom Soup

2 Lg. PKG. of Shelly Cream Cheese

Dissolve gelatin in 2 Tbsp. water.  Heat soup, cream cheese in saucepan until
smooth.  Mix together mayo, celery, onion and gelatin.  Mix everything
together.  Place in mold and chill for 2 hours.  Good Stuff.

                                             JACKIE GILMORE



1 Whole Chicken                            Salt

Pepper                                     5 Potatoes

1 Medium Onion Sliced

Skin and cut chicken.  Salt and pepper to your liking.  Slice potatoes and
place in baking dish, add onion.  Cook for 1 1/2 hour  at 375.
* Serve with mixed vegetables.

                                           JACKIE GILMORE



1 15 Oz Can Tomato Sauce                   1 15 Oz Can Stewed Tomatoes

1/2 Cup Chopped Onion                      1 Clove Garlic Minced

1 Tsp. Oregano Leaves                      1 Bay Leaf

1 LB Fresh Mushrooms, Sliced               Salt

Pepper                                     2 Cups Cooked Spaghetti

In saucepan mix together tomato sauce, stewed tomatoes, onion, garlic,
oregano and bay leaf.  Bring to boil, reduce heat, simmer 15 min.  Add
mushrooms, simmer 15 min. more.  Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Spoon over spaghetti and eat.

                                           MARY CARVALHO


4 Chicken Breast Halves, Skinned           2 Green Onions, Chopped

1 (4 oz) Can Diced Green Chilies           2 Tomatoes, Chopped

1 Clove Garlic, Minced                     1/4 Tsp. Cumin

Arrange chicken in baking dish.  In small bowl mix green onion. chilies,
tomatoes, garlic and cumin.  Spoon mixture over chicken and bake covered
at 350 for 30 min. or until tender.  YUMMY

                                           MARY CARVALHO


2 LBS. Corn Dough  (MASA)                  2 Cups Lard

Corn Husks (1 Bag)                         1 LB. Beef

Gheradelis Chili Powder

Clean corn husks w/water.  Let stand for several hours.  Cook meat til tender,
shred meat, add pepper and chili powder and cook to blend flavor.  Mix MASA
and lard, add salt, pepper to taste.  Spread MASA on centred corn husks.  Put
about 2 Tbsp. of meat on top.  Roll up and steam until done.  2 to 3 hours.

                                           MARY CARVALHO



1/2 Cup Soy Sauce                          1/2 Cup Worcestershire Sauce

2 Tbsp. Ketchup                            1/2 Tsp. Pepper (MORE FOR HOT)

1/2 Tsp. Garlic Powder                     1/2 Tsp. Onion Salt

1 LB. Beef Roast

Marinate 1 hour or overnight.  Bake in oven 150 to 170, overnight for 10 -
12 hours.
1/2 Cup Soysauce                           1/2 Tsp. Garlic Salt

1/2 Tsp. Lemmon Pepper
Use the same time as the above.

                                           MARY CARVALHO


1 Tbsp. Oil                                1 Chopped Onion

1 Sm. Can Chopped Green Chili or 10 Sm. Green Chilies

1 Clove Chopped Garlic                     5 Tomatoes

Salt to your taste

Heat oil, add onion and simmer for a couple of minutes.  Add chili and simmer
a couple of more minutes.  Add garlic and tomatoes, simmer 10 more minutes.
Add salt and pepper to your taste.  Now blend if you used natural chilies.
Blend anyways LA RA HOT

                                           MARY CARVALHO



1 3 LB. Cup Up Chicken                     1 Can Stewed Tomatoes

1 Small Can Mushrooms                      3/4 Cup Honey

1 PKG. Lipton Onion Soup Mix               1/2 Cup Hot Water

Bread Crumbs & Flour For Coating

Coat chicken with bread crumbs and flour.  Arrange in 13x9x2 cake pan.  Slice
onion on top.  Mix mushrooms, soup mix, water, honey and stewed tomatoes
together.  Pour over chicken.  Cover with aluminum foil.  Bake at 350 for
1 hour and 20 min.

                                           CONNIE COSTELLO


1 Cube Butter                              1 Cup Flour

1 Cup Walnuts

Mix together and put in pan.  Bake for 15 min.

1 8 OZ PKG. Cream Cheese                  1 Cup Powdered Sugar

1 Cup Cool Whip

Mix and spread on top of crust.

2 small packages of chocolate instant pudding (follow directions on PKG)
Then spread over cream cheese.  Add rest of Cool whip on top, add nuts.

                                           CONNIE COSTELLO



2 TBSP. Sesame Seeds   1/2 Cup Slivered Almonds

Combine above ingredients and toast in 350 oven until light brown.

Prepare the following and place in plastic bag until ready to toss.

1 Large Green Cabbage Head - Chopped

3-4 Green Onions - Chopped

Several springs of Cilantro - Chopped

Place toasted seeds, almonds and broken up Top Ramen noodles in plastic bag
and toss.

Prepare dressing and chill before use:

2 Tbsp. Sugar   1/2 Cup Salad Oil

3 Tbsp. Rice Vinegar   1 Tsp. Salt

1/2 Tsp. Pepper

Flavoring packet from Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Soup.

Just prior to serving, mix all ingredients together and add dressing.



1/2 Cup Butter                             1/4 Cup Brown Sugar

1/4 Cup White Sugar                        1/2 Tsp. Vanilla

1 Egg Yolk                                 1/2 Cup All Purpose Flour

1/2 Cup Rolled Oats                        1 PKG. Chocolate Bits

1/2 Cup Nuts, Chopped

Cream butter, sugars, and vanilla.  Add egg yolk and beat until light and
fluffy. Stir in flour and rolled oats, blending well.  Spread in greased
pan, 7x11, and bake in a 350 degree oven.  Allow to cool.  Melt chocolate
bits and spread over baked cookie surface.  Sprinkle with nuts.  Cut bars
while still warm.  Makes about 30 bars.

                   - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

Mix well together:

1 Green  Pepper                           1/2 Tsp. Salt

1 Pimento (Small Glass Full)              1/4 Tsp. Paprika

1 Small Onion                             1 Cup Mayonaise

1 Hard Cooked Egg                         1/2 Cup Whipping Cream

2 Tbl. Chili Sauce                        1 Tsp. Sugar

1 Tbl. Catsup

                     - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

(Written on a leaf off the pad from the Office of the Attorney

Mix well together:

1-1/4 Cup Cottage Cheese                  1/4 Cup Catsup

1/4 Cup Sugar                             1/3 Cup Vinegar

1 Tsp. Salt                               1 Tbls. Water

2 Tsp. Dry Mustard                        1 Tsp. Grated Onion

1 Tsp. Paprika                            2 Txp. Worcestershire Sauce

3/4 Cup Oil

                    - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger
AMBROSIA (Serves 6)

6 Slices Pineapple                         3/4 Cup Sherry Wine

3 Large Navel Oranges, Sliced              1 Cup Shredded Coconut

1 Cup xxxx Sugar

Dust the slices of fruit with xxxx sugar and arrange alternately in a
glass dessert bowl.  Pour wine ofer the fruit and sprinkle with
shredded coconut.  Chill thoroughly and serve.

                    - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger
SAUERKRAUT (From the German Side of the Family)

3 Lbs. Sauer Kraut (Liberty Cabbage)       2 Cans Tomatoes

2 Lbs. Pork (small pieces)                 2 Green Peppers

2 Lbs. Veal (small pieces)                 2 Pts. Sour Cream

4 Lg. Onions                               3 Tsp. Paprika

Brown meat, brown onion and pepper.  Mix together with tomatoes and
half of cream and cook longtime---just before serving  add rest of

                 - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

Brown in heavy skillet:
1-1/2 Lbs. Diced Pork Shoulder Steak
Add and brown lightly, 1 Med. Onion Chopped.

Combine and add to pork in skillet:

1-1/2 Cup tomatoes                         1 Tbs. Worchestershire Sauce

1/4 Cup  Diced Green Pepper                1 Tsp. Salt

1/3 Cup Diced Celery

Cover and cook slowly or bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. (Make certain
pork is well done.)

                         - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

4 - 2" Pork Chops seasoned on one side with poultry seasoning and onion
salt.  Other side use Paprika, Salt, Pepper.  Dip both sides in bread
crumbs.  Cover with Tomato halves, and Peas with mayonaise.  Bake 40

                         - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

1 lb ground Beef                           1 Can Condensed Chicken Gumbo Soup

2/3 Cup chopped Onion                      1/4 Cup Water

2 Tblsp Fat                                1 Tbsp Catsup

1/2 Tsp Salt                               1 Tbsp Prepared Mustard

1/8 Tsp Pepper

Cook meat and onion in hot fat until onion is golden.  Stir in
remaining ingredients and simmer over low heat 30 minutes.  Makes
8 sandwiches served on buns.

                          - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

1 Tsp Unflavored Gelatin                   1/3 Cup Orange Juice

1/4 Cup cold Water                         1/2 Cup heavy Cream

3/4 Cup boiling Water                      3 Tbsp Sugar

3/4 Cup Sugar                              Few grains Salt

2 Tbsp  grated Orange Rind                 1 Egg Yolk

1/3 Cup Lemon Juice                        1 Egg White

Sprinkle gelatin on cold water add boiling water and 3/4 cup sugar stir
until dissolved.  Add orange rind and fruit juices.  Whip cream; add
remaining sugar and salt.  Beat egg white stiff; fold into cream.  Fold
in fruit juice mixture a little at a time.  Freeze in ice cube tray
stirring twice during first hour.  Yield: 6 servings.  Serve in sherbet
glasses with crushed, sugared strawberries on top.

               - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

1/2 lb Butter (room temp.)                 Dash Salt

1 Cup Sugar                                1 Tbsp Water

2 1/2 Cup sifted Flour                     1 Tsp Vanilla

Knead dough slightly, roll flat.  Dip cutter in flour
Bake in 325 oven , 15 - 20 minutes.

                     - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

1 lb Sugar                                 Whites of 3 Eggs

1/2 Tsp Cream of Tartar

Put mixture on electric mixer = the longer it beats the better.
To keep soft cover with damp cloth.

                    - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger

1 Cup Pumpkin                              Pumpkin Spice

Salt                                       1 Qt Vanilla Ice Cream

1/2 Cup Brown Sugar

Put in baked pie shell . Freeze overnight.  Put on meringue.
Bake like Baked Alaska.  500 degree oven, 1 - 1 1/2 min.

                   - Old Family Recipes from Michigan by Jane Buerger


Cut letters from white or wheat bread to spell out your message, such as "I
LOVE YOU" and a heart shape.  Carefully dip into egg batter and fry to
golden brown on low heat.  Keep letters warm in toaster oven on low.  When
ready, layout on plate to spell out your message.  Add cinnamon and syrup
to suit your taste and serve to the surprise of your spouse.  (This is a
great way to get out of the dog house when you come home late the night
            - Troy Challenger

3 Quick Snacks to make ahead of time and keep on hand:


Cut hotdogs into thirds and wrap with biscuit dough.  Cook in toaster oven
until dough swells and is toasted brown.  Store in ziplock bags and
toss in microwave for 5 seconds when hunger attack hits.


JIF crunchy or smooth peanut butter.  Add jelly or jam if you have a
sweet tooth.  Smear on bread and chop into eighths, on celery sticks (3"
long) and whatever else you have left over.  Store in zip
lock bags until needed.   Also great on apple slices and for making banana
sandwiches (only they don't store well, so it's make and eat.)


Save all the little margerine containers (6-12).  Mix any flavor Jello and
canned fruit ( or fresh fruit chunks) and pour into containers and pop into
the fridge.  Then when you want a tasty treat, just grab one and plop on a
dollup of whipping cream.  Instant wobbly delite!

            - Troy Challenger

Recipe given to Connie Costello on a gift bottle of homemade Galliano.

Empty a pkg of 2 layer-size Orange Cake Mix (or Duncan Hines Yellow
Supreme) & a 3 3/4 oz packet of Instant Vanilla Pudding Mix into a
large bowl.  Blend in 4 Eggs, 1/2 cup Cooking Oil, 1/2 cup Galliano,
& a Harvey Wallbanger, without the ice (6 oz orange juice, 1/2 oz
Galliano, & 1 oz Vodka).  (Tradition is that you make 2 Harvey Wallbangers -
one for the cake & one for yourself).  Mix until smooth.  Pour into
greased & floured 10" fluted tube pan.  Bake for 45 min. at 350 .
Or use two 9" cake pans and bake for 30 mins.  Cool in pan for 10 min.
Remove to a rack & pour on glaze while cake is still warm.
  The glaze:  Combine 1 cup sifted Powdered Sugar, 1 Tbsp Vodka, &
              1 Tbsp Galliano into a bowl, blend together & you have it!
              Get that glazed look out of your eyes.
                                                     Peg Marks  for Connie


2 Cups Elbow Macaroni                      8 oz canned Tomatoes

Salt to taste                              1 small Onion, finely chopped

1/2 Tsp dried Thyme                        1 Tsp chopped Parsley

Bay leaf                                   Salt and Pepper to taste

6 - 8 Peppercorns                          2 Tbsp Olive Oil

1 Tsp Onion Juice                          1/2 Cup grated Sharp Cheddar
                                                     or Parmesan Cheese
3 Chorizo (if not avail. use Pork Sausage)

Cook Macaroni by directions on pkg, adding Salt, Thyme, Bay Leaf,
Peppercorns and Onion Juice.  When tender, rinse in cold water
and drain.  Fry Sausage until brown.  Remove from pan.  In same
pan, saute tomatoes and chopped Onions.  Add Parsley, Salt and
Pepper and simmer until thick layers of the Macroni, Sausage, Sauce
and Grated Cheese.  Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 min. or
until heated through.  Serves 6.
   Onions in the above dish have many benefits, they contain sulphur,
vitamins, minerals, salts and protein.  In addition, members of the
onion family have been found to balance blood pressure and cleanse
the body from inside out.  But always keep your mouth tightly shut
when chopping onions and cut the root end off last, to aid in
holding back tears.

                      CONNIE COSTELLO - Mother's recipe


3 Cups Chicken Broth                       1 Tbsp Curry Powder

1 1/2 Cups long-grain White Rice           4 threads Saffron

In heavy saucepan heat broth to boiling.  Stir in rice, curry
powder and saffron.  Cover, reduce heat to simmer and cook
20 min.
                                 - CONNIE COSTELLO



2 Cup Bread Crumbs                         2 Cups Popcorn (unpopped)

1/2 Cup Butter                             1/2 Tsp. Poultry Seasoning

1 Tsp. Salt                                2 Small Onions

1/2 Cup Celery                             1 Fat Turkey

Dice onion and celery.  Simmer in butter and season with poultry seasoning;
add salt.  Mix all ingredients and insert in front and rear of poultry.
This recipe cooks for 4 to 5 hours.  When the popcorn pops, it will blow
the bird clear out of the oven.  HA! HA!

                                           DAVE TITUS



1/4 To 1/2 Block Of Cheese                 1/2 To 1 Cup Milk

2 Tbsp. Butter                             3 To 4 Tbsp. Flour

1/2 To 3/4 Bag Noodles                     1 Handful Breadcrumbs

Some Parmesan Cheese

Set oven to 325.  Simmer cheese, milk and butter until smooth and add flour
to thicken to desired consistency.  Boil noodles until barely tender.  Mix
sauce and noodles in casserole dish and top with bread crumbs and parmesan
cheese.  Bake 30 to 60 min. until topping is slightly brown.   Mmmmmm

                                           DAVE TITUS


In small bowl, blend 1 envelope of Onion Soup mix with 2 cups (16 oz) sour
cream.  Chill.   Makes 2 cups.


Add to the above 1 cup finely chopped green pepper and tomato; add 2 Tsp.
chili powder.


Add 6 slices bacon, crisp cooked and crumbled, and add 3 Tbsp. horseradish.

                                           DAVE TITUS


3 Whole Oranges                            Whole Cloves

6 Cups Apple Cider or Juice                1 Cinnamon Stick

1/4 Tsp. Nutmeg                            1/4 Cup Honey

3 Tbsp. Lemon Juice                        1 Tsp. Lemon Rind

1 Can (1 LB. 4 OZ) Unsweetened Pineapple Juice (2 1/2 Cups)

Heat oven to 325.  Stud oranges with cloves (about 1/2" apart).  Place in
baking pan with a little water (just enough to cover bottom of pan).  Bake
30 min.  Heat cider and cinnamon stick in large pan. Bring to boil and
simmer covered for 5 min. longer. Place in punch bowl and float baked
oranges on top.
* Serving note:  keep hot over low heat or heat in small amounts as guests
                 arrive.  Makes 20 cups.

                                           DAVE TITUS



1 1/2 Lbs. Ground Beef   1/2 Cup Chopped Celery

1/2 Cup Chopped Mushroom   3/4 Cup Chopped Onion

1 Bay Leaf   2 Tbsp. Chili Powder

1 Tsp. Garlic Powder   1 Tsp. Salt

1 Tsp. Paprika   1/2 Cup BBQ Sauce

16 Oz. Tomato Sauce   28 Oz. Stewed Tomatoes

15 1/2 Oz. Kidney Beans   1 Tsp. Red Cayenne Pepper

Brown beef, drain fat & put in crockpot.  Add rest of ingredients, except
kidney beans.  Cook on low 8-10 hours or on high for 5-6 hours.  Stir
occasionally.  Add beans about 1 1/2 hours before you serve.

                                           LINDA D. YORKS



2 Cups + 2 Tbsp. Flour   2 Tsp. Baking Powder

1 1/2 Tsp. Baking Soda   2 Tsp. Cinnamon

2 Cups Sugar   1 1/4 Cup Oil

4 Eggs   2 Cups Grated Carrots

8 1/2 Oz. Crushed Pineapple, Drained   1/2 Cup Chopped Nuts

1/2 Cup Raisins

Mix oil, eggs, carrots, pineapple, sugar, cinnamon, salt, baking powder,
baking soda.  Add flour, nuts, raisins.  Mix everything together.  Grease
and flour a l3 x 9 pan or two 8 x 9 inch cakepans.  Bake at 350 in
preheated oven for 45 minutes.



4 Oz. Cream Cheese   1/4 Cup Butter

1 Tsp. Vanilla   1/2 Box Powdered Sugar

Mix everything together and frost pre-made carrot cake.  YUMMMMM



2 PKGS. Graham Crackers   1 Cup. Brown Sugar

1/2 Lb. Butter   8 Medium Apples, peeled and thinly sliced

1 1/2 Tsps. Vanilla     Juice of 1 Lemon

1 Cup Water

Put crackers in food processor and make fine crumbs.  Melt butter and mix
with cracker crumbs.  Firmly press a layer of cracker crumbs onto bottom
and sides of a casserole dish.  Mix brown sugar and apples together.  Add
a layer of apples, then a layer of crumbs, ending with a final topping of
Pour mixture of water, lemon and vanilla slowly over top of mixture.
Cover and bake in a 350 degree oven at least 1 hour or until apples are
tender.  Cool with cover removed and serve warm or room temperature.

                                           PAUL CICOGNA



2 Cans Water Packed Tuna Drained   2 Tbsp. Olive Oil

2-3 Whole Eggs   1 Tbsp. Parsley Flakes

Bread Crumbs   Salt & Pepper

2 Whole Garlic Cloves  1 Can Stewed Tomatoes

Drain water off tuna, place tuna in medium size bowl and break into flakes.
Add oil, eggs, parsley, salt and pepper, and some bread crumbs.  With
hands, mix together thoroughly.  Add more bread crumbs; an additional egg
might need to be added to hold mixutre together in a ball shape.  In frying
pan place the whole garlic cloves with enough oil to cover bottom of pan.
Heat until garlic begins to sizzle.  Shape tuna into balls.  Place balls
into pan and brown all sides.  Place the stewed tomatoes in a blender and
blend until liquid.  Add the liquid tomatoes to the browned tuna balls.
Heat until bubbly, then cover and simmer about 1 hour.



1 Package Knorr Swiss Vegetable Soup Mix

l Cup Sour Cream                        1 Cup Mayonnaise

4 Hard Boiled Eggs Chopped              1 Can Water Chestnuts Chopped

Chopped Green Onions          1 Package Frozen Chopped Spinach - Thawed &

Mix together above ingredients and chill.  Place in hollowed out small
round french bread.
For larger round loaf, double recipe for dip.  Cut two small tin loaves
(baguettes) in bite-size pieces...use bread for dipping.

ENJOY...ENJOY...ENJOY... Remember:  A minute on your lips, a lifetime on
your hips!

                                        -  KATHY LEONARD



1 Lg. Cauliflower                1/2 Cup Diced Radishes

1/2 Cup Chopped Green Onions     1/4 Cup Snipped Parsley

Pinch Carroway Seed              1/2 Cup Sour Cream

1/2 Cup Mayonnaise               1 Pkg. Good Seasons Cream Cheese

Garlic or Garlic Salt

Cauliflower should be in small, bite size pieces.  Mix all ingredients and
then refrigerate at least 2 hours - overnight is even better.  Garnish with
more parsley and radishes.  (Yogurt can be substituted for Sour Cream.)

                                         - KATHY LEONARD



1 6-7 Oz. Pkgs. MJB Chicken Flavored Rice
2 Green Onions Thinly Sliced
1/2 Green Pepper Chopped Finely
8 Stuffed Green Olives Sliced
2 Jars (6 Oz. Ea.) Marinated Artichoke Hearts
1/3 Cup Mayonnaise

Drain artichokes and save marinade.  Slice artichokes, removing any tough
leaves.  Cook rice as directed, except omit butter.  Remove from heat and
cool.  Add onion, pepper, olives and artichokes.  Combine marinade and
mayonnaise and add to rice.  Add seasoning to taste.

                                        -  KATHY LEONARD



2 1/2 Lb. Fryer, Cut Up

3/4 Cup Uncooked White Rice

1 Tbsp. Grated Yellow Onion

2 Chicken Bouillon Cubes dissolved in 1 3/4 Cup Water

3 Oz. Can Sliced Mushrooms

1/2 Stick Butter or Margarine

Flour and brown chicken.  Put rice in greased casserole dish.  Sprinkle
with salt and pepper.  Place grated onions on top.  Add mushrooms and
mushroom juice.  Put chicken on top of rice mixture.  Pour bouillon over
top and dot with pats of butter or margarine.
Cover and bake approximately 1 hour in 350 oven.

                                         -  PAUL CICOGNA



Betty Crocker German Chocolate Cake Mix    1/4 Cup Milk

1 Pkg. Kraft Caramels                      6 Oz. Pkg. Chocolate Chips

1 Cube Butter or Margarine                 1 Cup (or more) salted peanuts

Mix cake as directed on package.  Pour 1/2 the mix in a greased/floured
9xl3 pan and bake at 350 for 20 min.  While cake is baking melt caramels,
butter and milk together.  Also slightly chop nuts.

When cake is done remove from oven and pour caramel mixture over the top.
Cover with chocolate chips, peanuts, and spread the remaining cake mix over
the top.  Bake for 20-30 more minutes at 350.  Let cool about 2 hours, then
cut into squares.  Enjoy!

                                Kathy Leonard


Beat 3 eggs and 4 Tbls water together.  Add 2 cups brown sugar, 1 cup
orange slice candy, chopped fine, 1 tsp cinnamon, 2 cups flour, 2 tsp
baking powder.  Put on cookie sheet and bake in moderate oven.
While warm frost with 1 cup powdered sugar, 1 Tbls butter and enough
orange juice to make frosting.  Cut into bars.

                                 Kathy Leonard


1 Cup Shortening                           3 Eggs

2 1/2 Cups Sugar                           3 Cups Flour (scant)

1 Cup Buttermilk                           1 Tsp Vanilla

1/2  Tsp Baking Soda

Bake in Bunt Pan 350 degrees   1 hr & 15 min.

                                 Kathy Leonard

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