|Black-Eyed Susan Country|
|by Saint Agnes Hospital Auxiliary|
Maryland is proud of its state flower, the black-eyed Susan: hardy and versatile, yet delicate and pleasing, with an undefinable zest.
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Grease pie plate. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients except sausage. Pour into pie plate. Evenly place sausage links on top. Bake at 350 ...
Combine apples and sugar. Mix ... cheese and bacon. Bake at 375 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm. Great breakfast or brunch dish.
Beat baking mix, ... Grease griddle. Cut apples cross wise into ... brown, turning once. Serve hot and if you wish, with syrup, jelly or powdered sugar.
Beat baking mix, ... Grease griddle. Cut apples crosswise into 1/8-inch ... and, if you wish, with syrup, jelly or confectioners sugar. About 2 dozen rings.
Beat baking mix, ... Grease griddle. Cut apple crosswise into 1/2 ... dessert dishes or sauce dishes with syrup jelly or confectioners sugar. Serves 2 dozen.
Cook apples well with a ... masher. Roll out Bisquick. Use saucer ... grease until brown then wrap in foil and put in oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
Mix Bisquick, milk and ... blended. Stir in apples. Drop by ... across the top. Two cups of fat will give a depth of about 1 inch, sufficient for frying.
Heat 1 1/2" to 2" oil in an electric frying pan at 375 degrees. Mix all ingredients together to form batter. Drop by spoonfuls (about 9 to 12 at a ...
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