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Two veteran cooks have solved the problem of how to shine at that church event, neighborhood potluck or family reunion, even at the last minute. 


  • Dolores Runyon and Dona Mularkey have mined the stores of time-tested recipes they’ve collected and begged the best and most beloved recipes from family and friends for a compilation of favorites for your own family gatherings, church fellowship suppers, picnics and office parties. The more than 100 dishes include Devil Made Me Do It Eggs, Armadillo Eggs, Aye Chihuahua Cornbread, Hush Yo Mouth Puppies, Diet Dr Pepper Congealed Salad, 15-Minute Chili, Venison-and-Pork Meatloaf, Baked Ham. Southern Fried Chicken. Not-Too-Sweet Potato Soufflé, Toffee Chocolate Trifle, Easy Lo-Call Banana Pudding, Texas Pecan Pie, Cow Patty Cookies and Raspberry Cream Cheese Pie. REVIEW “The Great Texas Line publishes useful and entertaining small books, 4½ inches by 5½ inches, reasonably priced at $5.95. Veteran cooks Dolores Runyon and Dona Mularkey have combined their recipes and some of their friends’ favorites into a little 84-page book chock full of delicious ideas for that summer family reunion or fall church potluck supper. You might not want to take Wino Pot Roast to the church supper, but it could liven up a family get-together. Other meat recipes include Texas Goulash, 15-Minute Chili, Chicken ‘n’ Easy Dumplings, and Scott’s Venison and Pork Meatloaf. Old-Fashioned Tea Cakes lead off the dessert section, which also features such delectable goodies as Whipping Cream Pound Cake, Texas Pecan Pie and Cow Patty Cookies. Other sections in Texas Church Supper offer recipes for appetizers, drinks, breads, salads and veggies." – Glenn Dromgoole, San Angelo Standard-Times
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