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Mj Benning commented
l pkg lemon jello 2/3 C hot water l C hot tomato juice 1/4 C lemon juice When almost jelled, add: 1T finely chopd onion 1T " " sweet pickles (gerkins) l/2 C " " celery l can tiny shrimp - little salt Pour into mold
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
l 3-oz pkg orange jello, dissolved in lC boiling water MIX in l pt. vanilla ice cream ADD l No 2 can drained, crushed pineapple, 1/2 C chpd nuts Put in mold - sets up FAST
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
2-1/2 C water lC applesauce 1-1/2 C packed brown sugar 1/2 C margarine 1T salad oil 1-1/2 C raisins 2Tbs cinnamon 1 tsp cloves 3/4 tsp nutmdg Combine, boil gently 15 min. COOL Sift together 4C flour, 3 tsp soda, 1 tsp salt Add to above. Beat well. Add: lC chpd nuts Pour into litely greased 9 x 13 pan. Bake 350 - 45 min. Sift powder sugar over cooled cake.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
1 tsp ea - cinnamon,nutmet,pumpkin pie spice 3C sugar (part brown) 4 eggs ltsp salt 2/3 C oil Beat well - and add (Sifted together) 3-1/3 c flour, 2 tsp soda, 1/2 tsp baking powder Beat until smooth. Fold in 1C chpd nuts Pour into 2 greased & floured reg size loaf pans. Bake 350 - 1hr, 15 min. (Test with toothpick) Can be kept at least 2 weeks in fridge in plastic wrap.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
4 T butter 1 can tuna (white, solid) 4 T flour 1 3oz pkg potato chips 1/2 C sliced mushrooms salt few grains pepper 2-1/2 C milk Melt butter, saute mushrooms, add flour, salt, pepper. Mix well. Add milk gradually and cook, stirring constantly until thick. Separate tuna in flakes. Crush potato chips. Combine all ingredients, saving out few potato chips to sprinkle on top. Pour into greased casserole, sprinkle w/chips Bake 350 about 30 min. or til top is brown. 6 generous servings. Note; Can use mushroom soup w/mlk in place of crm sauce.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
2 C flour 1-1/2 baking soda l tsp salt 2 tsp cinnamon 2 C sugar l-1/2 C oil 4 eggs 1/2-1 C chpd nuts 2C grated raw carrot 8-1/2 oz crushed pineapple, drained 1C coconut, opt Sift flour, add sugar, oil and eggs. Mix well. Add carrots, pineapple, nuts. Bake 350 (9x13 pan, greased & floured) 35-45 min. Frosting - Cream together: 1/2 C butter 8oz cream cheese lt vanilla 3/4-1# powdered sugar 2 tsp brandy
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
l can fruit cocktail l 3oz pkg jello Boil together 2 min. COOL WHIP together - 4 oz cream cheese (or 3) 1/2 pt. sour cream Add: l/4 C nuts Add to thickened jello. Sets up fairly quickly.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Kathy Pinna commented
This is what my mother told me: Her father, George Benning, died when she was 15 years old. He had owned a Chevrolet dealership (Reed-Benning Chevrolet) in Bremerton, Washington. When the will was read, his widow (my grandmother)and daughter discovered just how generous he had been. Evidently, he had heard that 2 families were going to lose their homes. (This was during World War II and Bremerton had a large Naval shipyard.) He secretly bought the homes and the families had been making payments to him as they could. In his will, he left each family the home that they were living in, forgiving the rest of the payments. He was a well-known man in his town, but few knew how much he touched other's lives. Although I never knew him, I am proud to be descended from him.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
COOK in 3T oil until onions are yellow: 3 LARGE onions, thinly sliced 1 lg green pepper, minced (optional) ADD & fry until mix falls apart 1/2 to l lb. hamburger STIR IN: lg can tomatoes, 3/4 C rice (not instant), l-1/2 tsp chili powder, 3 tsp salt, scant 1/4 tsp pepper Mix well. Pour into 23-1/2 - 3 qt. lightly greased casserole. Cover and bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Remove cover and bake additional 15 min. 6 servings
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
1# hamburger, brown, sale, etc. 1/2 - 1 whole chopped onion 3 T (heap) catsup 1 T (scant) mustard l can CHICKEN GUMBO SOUP simmer approx one hour Add: 1 TBS worch sauce (opt) 1 tsp chili powder Stir. Serve on hamb buns
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
1-4 oz can green chilies, wash, seeded, drained 2# jack cheese (more jack) & cheddar 2 eggs 2C milk 1/2 C flour 1t salt In bottom of buttered 2 qt. casserole, arrange chilies cut in 2" sq. Cut cheese into long fingers and arrange in even layers over chilies. Beat eggs slightly, then beat in milk, flour and salt. Pour over cheese. Bake @ 350 for 45-50 min. or until cus-tard sets.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
2 C flour 3/4 C sugar 1/2 C butter 4 eggs 1 tsp nutmeg 1/2 C chpd almonds 1/4 tsp salt wine glass brandy l# pkg radiant mix fruit l tsp grated lemon rind, 1Tbs lemon juice lC seedless raisins, lC currants l tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp allspice Beat butter and sugar until creamy. Beat eggs well and add alternately with other ingredients. Put batter in pint or qt aluminum foil loaf pans, do not flatten. If you use regular bread loaf pans, line w/paper Bake in slow oven 250 degrees for 2 hrs. Place pan containing 2C water on bottom shelf while baking
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
Cream: 3/4 C oleo - 1C pkd brown sugar Combine & add to above: 1-1/2 C flour, 1 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp soda, 1-1/2 C oats (quick or regular). Mix well. Press half of mixture into greased 9x13 pan. Spread with one 10oz jar rasberry jam, sprinkle with remaining crumbs. Bake @ 400 for 20-25 minutes. Cool. Cut into squares or bars.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
2 C sugar, 1/4 C cocoa (scant) 1/2 C butter/oleo 1/2 C milk 1/2 tsp salt - Bring to boil (just 'til well blended) Add: 3 C quick oats 3/4 C chopped nuts 1 T peanut butter (approx) 1 tsp vanilla 1 C coconut - opptional to hot mixture. Drop by spoonfulls on baking sheet to cool and set.
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
Mj Benning commented
l-6oz pkg chocolate chips 1/2 C butter or margerine, melted 1/2 C flour 2 eggs lC sugar 1C chopped pecans Mix togedther, poujr into a 9 in. pie shell. Bake 350 oven, 45 minutes
Dec 01, 2002  ·  Reply
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