A few months ago, I bought a 1968 “Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book” at a yard sale. I didn’t need the cookbook; I bought it because of the handwritten recipes that fell out – the kinds of recipes that are shared at potluck suppers, swapped over coffee and passed down through generations. The recipes, written on yellowed sheets and notebook paper, are a tribute to family traditions. Here are some old-fashioned recipes that might bring back memories.
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