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Potatoes and Ham in Cheese Sauce

Potatoes and Ham  in Cheese Sauce By:  Nancy Brooks

Claiborne Farmers Co-op
This Month's Recipes
Cheesy Potato Casserole - Submitted By: Villa Maxwell
Irish Potato Candy - Submitted By: Sharon Ammlung
Loaded Skillet Potatoes - Submitted By: Myra Charleston
Potato Haystacks - Submitted By: Matilda Mast
Potatoes and Ham in Cheese Sauce - Submitted By: Nancy Brooks
Ranch Potato Casserole - Submitted By: Pam Autry
Stuffed Baked Potato Casserole - Submitted By: Polly Dodd
Twice-Baked Mashed Potatoes - Submitted By: Phyllis Lance


Cupcakes for May

When the first cupcakes popped out of America’s Colonial kitchens nearly three centuries ago, they were referred to as “number cakes.” Cooks loved the revolutionary creation because it saved them a tremendous amount of time in the kitchen. In response, generations of eager eaters have made the cupcake — because it’s tasty, affordable, portable, and easy to make and bake — one of the most popular, pleasurable taste treats on the planet We’re asking you to send along your cupcake recipes. The person submitting the recipe judged best for our May “What’s Cookin’?” column will be named Cook-of-the-Month and receive $10. Others sending recipes chosen for publication will receive $5, and each winner will also receive a special “What’s cookin’?” certificate.

Monday, April 3, is the deadline for your cupcake recipes.

Don't forget: Only recipes that include complete, easy-to-follow instructions will be considered for publication. Several recipes are disqualified because they do not contain all the information that we feel we needed to prepare the dishes successfully. Recipes featured in "What's cookin'?" are not independently tested, so we must depend on the accuracy of the cooks sending them. Always use safe food-handling, preperation, and cooking procedures.

Send your entries to: Recipes, Tennessee Cooperator, P.O. Box 3003, LaVergne, TN 37086. You can submit more than one recipe in the same envelope.  You can also e-mail recipes to:

Be sure to include your name, address, telephone number, and the Co-op with which you do business. It's important that your Co-op be included because we want to give it recognition if your recipe is printed. Recipes that appear in the "What's cookin'?" column will also be published on Tennessee Farmers Cooperative's Web site at
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