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Posted On December 28, 2010

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These are wonderful.           Added by Elizabeth Bey


20 frozen dough rolls

1 cup brown sugar

¼ cup vanilla instant pudding

1-2 tbsp. Cinnamon

¾ cup raisins (optional)

1/4-1/2 cup melted butter

Before you go to bed, grease a 10” bundt pan and add frozen rolls. Sprinkle with brown sugar, pudding powder, cinnamon and raisins. Pour melted butter over all. Cover with a clean, damp cloth. Leave out at room temperature overnight.

In the morning, preheat oven to 350deg. And bake for 25 minutes. Let sit for 5 min. And then turn out on a serving plate.


Posted On December 28, 2010

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This recipe is from Elizabeth Bey and it is a regular Christmas morning breakfast for the family.

Make the day before and pop it in the oven in the morning. Serves 8

16 slices white bread, with crusts removed

slices of Canadian back bacon/ham

slices of sharp cheddar cheese

6 eggs

½ tsp salt

½ tsp. Pepper

1/ – 1 tsp. Dry mustard

¼ cup minced onion

¼ cup green pepper. Finely chopped

1 – 2 tsp. Worchestershire sauce

3 cups whole milk

dash red pepper(tabasco)

¼ lb (½cup) butter

special K or crushed corn flakes

In a 9×13” buttered, glass baking dish, put 8 pieces of bread. Add pieces to cover dish entirely. Cover bread with slices of back bacon, sliced thin. Lay slices of cheddar cheese on top of bacon and then cover with slices of bread to make it like a sandwich. In a bowl, beat eggs, salt and pepper.

To the egg mixture add dry mustard, onion, green pepper, worcestershire sauce, milk and tabasco. Pour over the sandwiches, cover and let stand in fridge overnight. In morning, melt ¼ lb. Butter, pour over top. Cover with special k or cornflakes, Bake uncovered, 1 hour at 350deg. Let sit 10 min. Before serving. Serve this with fresh, cup-up fruit and hot cinnamon rolls.


Posted On December 28, 2010

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4 ounces of soft cream cheese

1/2 cup whipping cream

2 Tbsp. icing sugar

1 tsp. vanilla (optional)

Beat the cream cheese until smooth. Add the other ingredients. Beat until light and fluffy.


Posted On December 28, 2010

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from Grandma Ralfs

Put about 4 or 6 pieces of peel in cold water with 1 Tbsp. salt. Boil about 10 minutes. Wash with cold water and clean away all the soft pulp. Put the peel in the pot again with cold water and salt and allow to boil again. Wash and put to boil in fresh unsalted water a couple of times. It should be soft by this time and ready to put in the syrup.


2 cups sugar to 1-cup water

Boil the rind slowly in the syrup for about 4 hours. In this time it should soak up nearly all of the syrup. If there is any syrup left it can be used again.


Posted On December 28, 2010

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from Elizabeth Bey


2 oz. Lox

1 lb. Cream cheese, whipped

Blend together in food processor

2 tbsp. Onion, minced

2 tsp. Lemon juice

pepper (freshly ground)

Add to above

¼ cup black olives, pitted and sliced

Fold into above.

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