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Hometown Recipes: Julie’s Banana Nut Bread

Hometown Recipes: Julie’s Banana Nut Bread

During my bridal shower, long, long ago, which my daughter would call “the olden days”; I was given a box of hand written recipes. One of the recipes was from our family friend Julie Gardner. Julie’s recipe- gift was for banana bread made with Bisquick. I would guess that the recipe came off of a Bisquick box, as it was ...

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Hometown Recipes: Pot Roast

Hometown Recipes: Pot Roast

When I was growing up my parents would make pot roast every now and again, but mostly on Sundays. It was an economical and convenient meal as the ingredients were inexpensive and everything was in one pot! I remember that our house would always smell wonderful when there was a pot roast in the oven. Well, it is still, to ...

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Hometown Recipes: Simple Pasta and Zucchini Casserole

by Erin Walgamuth This recipe is for a casserole that I threw together over the Christmas holiday when we had a commitment-free evening – which I must say, were few and far between! The lovely thing about this dish is that it can be customized easily. I have made it with sliced sweet Italian chicken sausage, and have made it vegetarian. ...

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Hometown Recipes: Refreshing Fig and Orange Vinaigrette

by Erin Walgamuth My family and I were at our friend’s Rose and David’s house for a wonderful get-together last weekend. As usual, we all had a wonderful time visiting with our old friends and thoroughly enjoying the fantastic food made by Rose. I couldn’t get enough of the salad she put together with her homemade vinaigrette, which was simple ...

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Hometown Recipes: Cake Mix Cookies

by Erin Walgamuth Happy New Year to all of my KHTS friends!   It was a wonderful, if not slightly crazy (so what’s new?) holiday season. I worked quite a bit, which of course, was a good thing, but always makes everything more complicated!   We have hosted Christmas Eve dinner at our house for as long as I can remember, ...

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