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Frazier Family History & Genealogy

44,059 biographies and 55 photos with the Frazier last name. Discover the family history, nationality, origin and common names of Frazier family members.
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Frazier Last Name History & Origin

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Updated Apr 16, 2022

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Freda Short commented on Mar 26, 2005
2cups sugar(brown or white), 1cup butter or shorting ,2 cups jam , 2 cups raisins , 1cup buttermilk , 1 cup walnuts , 3 cups all purpose flour, 5 eggs , 2 teaspoonbaking soda, 1tsp. nutmeg, 1tsp.allspice, 1tsp.cinnamon; mix ingredients in the order they are listed. coat nuts and raisins with flour; add them last. grease and flour a bunt or angel food cake pan. preheat oven and bake at 325 or 350 degrees for about 1 hour 30 minutes. cool in pan. bring some kayro syrup to a boil and brush on as a glaze.
Freda Short commented on Mar 26, 2005
3 egg whites; one-fourth teaspoon cream of tarter; 6 tablespoon sugar: beat egg whites and cream of tarter until foamy; add sugar 2 tablespoons at a time. beat until stiff. cover cooled pie filling, sealing edges. bake in hot oven at 425 degrees for 5 minutes
Freda Short commented on Mar 29, 2005
MIX: 1LB. SAUSAGE; 3CUPS BISQUICK; 4 CUPS SHREDDED CHEDDAR CHEESE FORM MIXTURE INTO SMALL BALLS, PLACE IN BAKING PAN. BAKE AT 350* UNTIL BROWN.
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