Switchin' Flies

by Barney Nelson
 
Since Thanksgiving is just around the corner, I've been digging in my recipe box again. Amazing how many memories are stored on those little 3x5 cards or scraps of stained paper. The oldest, of course are from family, like "Aunt Net's Cherry Salad," probably pre-1900, which comes from one of my grandmother's sisters who homesteaded in Montana. Next oldest are my grandmother's, and my mother's. A few come from mom's of old boyfriends when I started thinking about cooking, like "Ida Mae Pershbacker's Green Enchilada."
 
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