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Nothing ‘bundt’ love for this chocolate coconut cake

August 26, 2015
Nothing ‘bundt’ love for this chocolate coconut cake

If you like coconut, then you’re going to love Sue Lally’s Chocolate Coconut Bundt Cake. Easy, moist and decadent, it’s a wonderful blend of fabulous flavors.

This tastes just like a famous candy bar … only in cake form!

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Basic ingredients shine in this old-fashioned banana cake

August 22, 2015
Basic ingredients shine in this old-fashioned banana cake

It’s hard to imagine not falling passionately in love with Audra LeNormand’s moist, delicious Banana Cake! All of the flavors blend perfectly… with just the right punch of banana. Depending on how large your bananas are, you may need to adjust the quantity. But to me, the more bananas the better!

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Traditional summer slaw gets a recipe redo

June 24, 2015
Traditional summer slaw gets a recipe redo

The addition of veggies and pasta make Shelene Wilhelm’s Pasta Slaw not only a bit healthier, but more filling too.

Tangy and sweet, you’ll be looking for other ways to incorporate the delicious dressing. Serve this slaw at your next cookout and watch it disappear!

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Save the best for last: Easter Rice Pie

April 1, 2015
Save the best for last: Easter Rice Pie

Your Easter table will get a bit sweeter when you serve Jessica Squeglia’s Easter Rice Pie. Like many traditional Italian desserts, it’s light and not too sweet. Nervous about the rice? Believe me, no one will ever know there’s rice in it unless you tell them. A dollop of sweetened whipped cream tops this dessert perfectly!

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Hoppin’ down the bunny trail

April 1, 2015
Hoppin’ down the bunny trail

Kiddos swarmed City Park Saturday for the Community Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the city of Granbury. Above, children ages 4-6 are off and running when the egg hunt begins at the ball field. 18-month-old Parker Halsey is pretty in pink while picking up some Easter eggs. With help from civic groups and other volunteers, thousands of candy-filled eggs were “hidden” at the park.

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Irish eyes will smile for fried cabbage, corned beef

March 18, 2015
Irish eyes will smile for fried cabbage, corned beef

Janette Suber’s fried cabbage and corned beef is the perfect meal for St. Patrick’s Day—or any day really!

It’s a very hearty stick-to-your-ribs kind of meal. The key to this recipe is slowly simmering the cabbage. If you have leftovers, not to worry. This is delicious the next day too!

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What’s new at your library?

March 18, 2015

“Libraries are the one American institution you shouldn’t rip off.”

–Barbara Kingsolver, American author

“Alice’s Adventures

in Wonderland”

By Lewis Carroll; read

Fantasy, All Ages

A little girl, Alice, is wondering what to do one day. After all, her sister and the boring book she’s reading are just no fun at all.

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Kid tested, approved Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie is a cinch

March 11, 2015
Kid tested, approved Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie is a cinch

Our favorite chocolate and peanut butter cookies are only for sale one time a year. But, if you keep Gary Hancq’s Chocolate Pie with Peanut Butter Crust recipe on hand, you can enjoy your favorite cookie all year around! This is a super easy recipe—perfect for kids to jump in on and lend a hand.

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Tender and flavorful slow cooker pork and beef roast

January 20, 2015
Tender and flavorful slow cooker pork and beef roast

Combining two types of meat adds lovely layers of flavor to Gail Springsteen’s slow cooker pork and beef roast. I guarantee this will become a favorite Sunday dinner for your family.

Be sure to use a larger slow cooker because this recipe makes a lot.

And, customize the veggies based on your taste buds.

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Toast to the holidays

December 10, 2014
Toast to the holidays

Christmas isn’t complete without a nice glass of eggnog. And, Susan Seybert’s old-fashioned Great Grandad’s Eggnog recipe is creamy and downright delicious!

It does have a kick to it so, naturally, adjust alcohol amounts to suit your taste. But, we loved this wonderfully classic recipe as-is.

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