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Doris Robinson 1 pint Karo® syrup4 cups sugar1/4 lb buttercoloringflavoring Bring to soft boil. After bringing the contents to a soft boil pour over popcorn and roll into balls. ********** To capitalize on our natural resources as a substitute for expensive man-made attractions motivated the origin of Corney Creek Festival.
Agnes Elliott 3 quart salted popped popcorn2 1/2 cup sugar1 cup butter or margarine2/3 cup light corn syrup Place sugar, butter and corn syrup in a 3 quart saucepan; heat over medium heat until sugar is dissolved, stirring constantly. Boil until mixture turns light caramel color (hard-crack stage, 290° on candy thermometer). Pour over popcorn … Continue reading Popcorn Crunch
Violet Lann This is a real old recipe. It is good and tastes like meat when you don't have any meat to cook. 2 Tbsp meat drippings2 Tbsp butter or margarine3 cups cold leftover corn bread and biscuitssalt and pepper to taste1 tsp sage 1 chopped onion2 eggssweet milk Heat meat drippings and butter in … Continue reading Cush
Unia Telford 1 cup Bisquick®1 can beer Dip onion rings into batter and fry in deep hot cooking oil until brown and tender.
Jo HeardDubach, LA 1 cup salad dressing1/3 cup creamy French dressing1/4 cup sweet pickle relish1 Tbsp sugar1 tsp minced onion1 tsp salt Mix well with a fork. Serve on buns. Serve as follows: bun, sauce, meat, lettuce, cheese, the center bun slice, sauce, pickle tomatoes, meat, cheese and sauce.
Loraine Walsworth 8 oz cream cheese3/4 cup chopped pecans1/4 cup bell pepper, chopped1/4 cup chopped onion3 Tbsp pimento1 Tbsp catsup3 hard-boiled eggs, chopped3/4 tsp saltdash of cayenne pepper Mix all ingredients and spread on buttered toast.
Glenola Caldwell 1 (8 oz) jar Tang1 (8 oz) package lemon tea mix1 (8 oz) package powdered sugar1/2 cup regular sugar1 Tbsp cinnamon Mix together in a large bowl. Store in sealed container. Use 1 teaspoon to 1 cup boiling water or to taste.
Louise JohnsonFormer State Representative 12 pieces sassafras roots (approximately 8 inches long)sugar to tastelemon juice to taste Dig, scrape and clean the roots of the sassafras bush found along the fence rows in North Louisiana. Be sure all grit is off roots; cover with water in granite cooker (at least a 2 gallon cooker). Boil … Continue reading Corney Creek Special Sassafras Tea
Jo HeardDubach, LA 2 small boxes strawberry jello, mixed as directed2 package Kool-Aid®, mixed as directed1 or 2 cans crushed pineapple2 boxes frozen thawed strawberries3 or 4 bottles ginger ale Mix all but the ginger ale and freeze 2 hours before serving. Remove from freezer; add ginger ale to make icy thick punch. Serves 50 … Continue reading Strawberry Jello Punch