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 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    June 11, 2020

Hot Fudge Pudding Cake

I'm on a roll with these old recipe cards. One of my hometown friends, Audrey, shared this one with me. She said her mom used to make it for dessert for the family. Looks like she kept the card or...

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    June 4, 2020

Ranger Cookies

How have I lived this long and never heard of Ranger cookies? The Cookie Monster has nothing on me when it comes to cookies. While on one of my recent walks, I chatted with Claudia (socially distant)...

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    May 28, 2020

Rhubarb Upsde-Down Cake

Thank you for those who give me feedback on my recipes. Katheryn sent me a note on the Pecan Sandies and said she eliminated the nuts and used all butter instead of part oil and part butter and they...

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    May 21, 2020

Strawberry Rhubarb Butter

Doesn't that sound yummy? OMG. There is also a recipe for just rhubarb butter and one that is similar that takes only rhubarb, strawberry, honey and chia seeds, mixed and put into the refrigerator. Th...

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    May 14, 2020

Raisin Bran Muffins

The following pictures of the recipe sent to me represent many things. First one of my best friends in Cheney shared this with me. Robyn and I got acquainted when we were both in the hospital having...


Classic Cinnamon Rolls (using mashed potatoes)

First before I start on my recipe, I realized that I seem to be on a bread kick. I had been thinking about cinnamon rolls and had not made any for a long time. In fact, I had not used my rolling pin...


Apple Puff Pancake

I had posted this before and it is a recipe that I received the most comments on. Perhaps some of you may have a little extra time in the morning to make it. It is super good. If I remember, the...

 By Teeny McMunn    News    April 23, 2020

Buyer Beware

When toilet paper supply was becoming an issue, I thought I would Google it and see if it really was that hard to find. I had plenty on hand, and it wasn't about over stocking or hoarding. My thought...


Molasses Bread (Outback Knock-Off)

I thought with less events and gatherings for me to go to and/or volunteer, I'd get so much done around the house. Not so. I sigh and say "tomorrow." I find I can wear the same comfy clothes three days in a row, until Monday when I will once again...

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    April 9, 2020

Chocolate Bird's Nest Cookies

Here is something fun to make and can include the help of kids. Perhaps get some pretty pastel or Easter plates and gift them (with maybe a colored Easter bunny?) Another simple idea, and I usually do... Full story

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    April 2, 2020


I thought and I thought and I thought in vain, at least I thought I'd write my name. It was one of the quotes from my 6th grade autograph book. That's how I felt trying to decide which recipe to put in. This one was in the category in the...


Best Bread Pudding w/ Vanilla Sauce

I wasn't sure what I was going to put in this week. Needless to say we could use some comfort food and this falls into that category. I have fond memories of bread pudding. Gramma Yonkie made it often and it was mentioned by several at her funeral....


Mountain Apple-Oat Pancakes

If this sounds familiar, I shared it a few years ago. It was what came to mind Saturday morning while looking at the bright snow outside. Weekend mornings have more time to fuss with breakfast, or...


Sheet Pan Brown Sugar Pork Chops

Joe fixed this for dinner and it is surprisingly easy and surprisingly good. A little bit of chopping and it's ready to go. The ingredients are simple and what we mostly had on hand. (I had to get...

 By Teeny McMunn    Specials    March 5, 2020

Green Goddess Chicken Salad

First, a report on the Banana Breakfast Cookies. They are a winner. I used quick oats, instead of rolled oats, which I chose over old fashioned oats, but next time, I will buy the rolled oats. I...


Banana Breakfast Cookies

I didn't get a chance to make these this weekend. I have bananas, but they are not ripe yet. I think one could make these every time you have ripe bananas on hand, if you don't want to make banana bre...


Impossible Cake

I was really wanting to try this cake and what better time than when it is my turn for coffee hour at church. But it was not without drama!! This is a layered cake, caramel, flan, and chocolate. As...


Layered Shrimp Aspic

This recipe was recommended to me by Chuck Reeves, a twist on the tomato aspic, and is found on Tomato aspic is an old fashioned recipe that was at most potlucks or gatherings as well as li...


Classic Goulash

I'm still on the comfort food kick. Most of the time a recipe will come to my email, mostly All I either delete it, make it, and/or share it. This one reminded me of when I was back home... Full story


Sausage Barley Soup

Following Vicki's article last week about comfort foods and warm soups, I remembered this one. I had put it in the recipe column awhile ago and I got quite a few positive feedbacks on it. One lady... Full story


Broccoli Casserole

I'm sure you have noticed, I don't have many vegetable recipes in my column. I have mentioned before, I prefer my vegetables plain with a little salt. Joe sneaks butter on them unless I catch him... Full story


10 Recipes that defined the decade

MY NOTES: I thought this was interesting. It was copied and pasted from, in a slide-show that came to my inbox. It was written by Mary Claire Lagroue. Recipes mentioned can be found on... Full story


Pork Chops in Garlic Mushroom Sauce

Remember I said I would do the Christmas Scones recipe this week, but call it New Year’s Scones? Well, I guess I’ll have to rename them again. This recipe came to my email and it sounded good. I... Full story


Scalloped Potatoes with Ham

I know I have posted this before but I was vacillating between a few others and this one won. A scones recipe called Christmas Scones came into my email but I think I will call it New Year’s Scones... Full story


Permission Pudding & Chocolate Covered Pretzels with Heath Toffee Bits

I'm going to squeeze two in because many will look at the name, persimmon pudding, and think, "not interested!" but perhaps the pretzels will interest you-like Bill P. My friend, Martha, shared some...


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