Poppy seed cookies bring back memories of watching Dallas with Aunt Ida, the Brass Sisters say.
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November 8, 2012 It's not morbid! Cookbook authors the Brass Sisters want you to ask your elders for recipes this holiday season, before it's too late and they're gone. And also, try their Aunt Ida's tasty Poppy Seed Cookies.
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Classic tuna noodle casserole is an often maligned yet much beloved hot dish.
November 1, 2012 Food writer Ellen Brown has enlivened this often-maligned, yet much-beloved hot dish with dried porcini mushrooms and mozzarella cheese in a new book.
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The Bristol's Beef Heart
October 25, 2012 Beef heart, once a common dish for the poor, has been rediscovered by chefs and eaters of all ages. All Things Considered speaks with cookbook authors Jody Eddy and Christine Carroll about the stories behind their recipes.
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