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Fun and easy way for everyone to mix omelet the way they like. Even the kids can help prepare their...
“This is the most asked for recipe at our inn. It freezes well, so make a double batch and freeze...
These tasty, tender pancakes will be about ¼ inch thick when cooked. Serve well buttered with warm...
Having 4 batches of ready-to-be-baked bran muffin batter in the refrigerator is in the same luxury...
I just love this bread! It’s very moist, extremely easy to make, great for gift giving, makes great...
Rich and sweet, this is a multipurpose cake. For a more pronounced almond flavor, use almond...
An old-fashioned dessert that hasn’t lost an ounce of appeal over the years, Ambrosia is extremely...
Apples’ crunch and tangy sweetness combined with walnuts and piquant blue cheese make this a ...
Attractive and easy, this will be well received by kids as well as adults.  
Good for early-day tastebuds - at breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Use only those apples that hold up...
From “Recipes from God’s Garden”.
These muffins are moist, tasty, and aromatic, and don’t need butter or cream cheese. Children...
This recipe comes courtesy of the Mountain Fare Inn in Campton, New Hampshire.
“We cut this into 9 squares and serve it hot for our complimentary breakfast.” Takes less than 10...
This is a wonderful snack based on a very old recipe for hot-water ginger bread. The chopped...
A kuchen is a German yeast-raised cake filled with fruit or cheese. We’ve simplified the recipe by...
These are delicious with warm maple syrup and sausages.
Rhode Island Greenings, Roxbury Russets, and Cortlands are among the traditional Yankee cooking...
Western New York State is noted for its many varieties of apples, which inspired this late...
“Over the years, our afternoon tea at the Jefferson Inn has grown in popularity. We offer numerous...
An unusual recipe that’s easy to prepare and very good. It is best made with Granny Smith apples –...
This is the third prize winner from the 1991 Old Farmer’s Almanac Recipe Contest using apples.
Tastes better a day or two after it is made; lovely as toast or as an afternoon tea cake.
This bread is wonderful served with a flavored butter. Creamy Apple Butter goes great with it.
Serve this hot and slathered with butter for breakfast, or spread with cream cheese for afternoon ...
A colorful loaf with a crisp crust. Serve plain, or with butter and cream cheese.
Serve these well-formed, light-brown, moist, and fruity muffins with any meal. Thurber House,...
Perfect! Moist and delicious.
Moist and rich but only subtly sweet, these scones are pretty as a picture. – The Maine Stay,...
Very tart but so good. Try it toasted with honey for a real treat. Best to let bread sit for a day...
Start this recipe at least 2-½ hours prior to serving. Cool at least 30 minutes before slicing....
Alice Perron, of Bien Fait Fruitcakes in Greensboro, Vermont, is no mean cook, but she defers to...
This came from my Aunt Mary. She did not have a recipe so she and I sat down and she measured by...
From Mrs. Gertrude E. Olsen of Mansfield, Massachusetts, comes this recipe. “My mother was always...
These savory scones are also excellent for brunch or dinner, especially with hearty soups or stews...
This is excellent for special breakfasts or brunch, although it has become an everyday favorite in...
The cornmeal in this light-brown bread gives it an unusual “crunch.” Serve cold with cream cheese.
Cornmeal in this light-brown bread gives it an unusual “crunch.” Sereve cold with cream cheese.
A very filling meal.

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