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From Better Homes and Gardens, Recipes from Famous Places, 1975 Like this:Like Loading......

Well, here we have it, guys. The last big winner from our totally fun gelatin contest. And, I have to admit, in some ways, we saved the best for last. These...

To stuff a heart, remove the hard parts. Close the slit with metal skewers, then lace and tie with string forming a pocket. For ease of stuffing, place tied heart in small bowl. Fill lightly with stuffing and cover opening with foil; tie in place. From Better Homes and Gardens Meat Cook Book, 1968 Like this:Like Loading......

This week’s fantastic gelatin is my choice for the most unique, different and delicious gelatin recipe that was submitted during our contest. Grandma...

American foods are as varied as the land that produces them. In the rugged Southwest, rough and ready barbecues are favored, especially if grilled outside. From Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking, 1972 Like this:Like Loading......

Petite cakes – just the ticket to refreshment on a hot summer evenings. Baby Orange Babas play a double role – serve while still warm in winter. From...

Even though we still have two gelatin winners to announce, I thought we could take a break to celebrate something that is almost as good as gelatin. Blueberries!! Since...

A mouth-watering, fluffy filling layered with chocolate cookies. From Knox On-Camera Recipes, 1963 Like this:Like Loading......

  Do-ahead recipes like Lemonade Angel Dessert are timesavers when planning a buffet. Serving a buffet makes entertaining oh so easy for the hostess. From...

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