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Cool & refreshing

Until our heat breaks, I have decided to fix only cool and creamy frozen sweets. Peaches and blackberries are in season, so whip up a dessert today. – Pat Peaches…

Pat’s Pantry: Chips and Dip

By Pat Mills Each week I have to come with some dips for our bingo games. These dips can be served with potato chips, crackers, tortilla corn chips and even…

Pat’s Pantry: For the love of chocolate

I had that “I want something chocolate” to snack on the other night, and it prompted me to go in search of a recipe. I couldn’t pass up this hot…

Pat’s Pantry: What’s in grandma’s cookie jar?

By Pat Mills Do you have memories of sneaking a treat from grandma’s cookie jar? Here are some favorites that can fill your cookie jar with. Cinnamon jumbles are an…

Pat’s Pantry: Totally Amazing

I’m the kind of person that when I run across an unusual recipe I have to try it once. I’m a big fan of fried onion rings, so when I…

Pat’s Pantry – Southwest Flair

By Pat Mills Let’s try cooking foods from the Southwest this week, and let’s replace lasagna noodles with tortillas in this Mexican lasagna recipe and see how a combination of…

Pat’s Pantry: Secret recipes

By Pat Mills I have found a recipe book that clones restaurant recipes and thought it would be fun to try some of these. Remember the frosted glasses of A…

Pat’s Pantry: Popeye the Sailor Man’s favorite food

By Pat Mills Spinach was introduced in the 10th Century. In 1533, Catherine, queen of France, fancied spinach so much that she insisted it be served at every meal. The…

Vegetable salads

Here are some marvelous make-ahead salads that are great for picnics and barbecues. Crunchy and raw or cooked, vegetables in a salad are a wonderful way to get your daily…

Some of this and that

Been testing a few recipes and found a couple that were keepers. The easy dessert was fast, and a great dessert if you have unexpected company. Cracker barrel hash browns…