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FC: More than a Cookbook | It's more than a cook book - it's recipes, stories, poems, histories, and more By: Mrs. Oqueli's 7th Grade Students at Swansboro Middle School

1: Introduction: "It's More Than a Cookbook" is a project compiled, edited, and written by the students in Mrs. Oqueli's 7th Grade Language Arts Classes. Each of the recipes featured in this book carries with it some sort of significance to the student who chose it - be it a recipe that has been passed down for multiple generations and loved by all, a meal they enjoy on holidays and special occasions, their favorite comfort food, or something that brings to mind a fond memory or funny story. But, you won't just find lists of ingredients and instructions for turning them into something delicious within these pages - you will learn the histories of each recipe and will experience the creative and thoughtful writing which they inspired. We hope you enjoy reading our pieces, that you find the time to make some of our favorite dishes, and that our recipes become as much a part of your lives as they are ours.

2: Table of Contents Appetizers, Soups, Salads, & Side Dishes: Mamma's Sweet Potato Casserole ....................................................Pg. 4&5 Apple Stuffed Sausage Patties............................................................Pg. 6 Beanie Weenies ..................................................................................Pg. 7 Special Biscuits ..................................................................................Pg. 8&9 Empanadas .........................................................................................Pg. 10 Cheese Ball ........................................................................................Pg. 11 Family Friendly Pancakes ..................................................................Pg. 12&13 Lentil Soup ........................................................................................Pg. 14 Chicken Noodle Soup ......................................................................Pg. 16&17 Posole ................................................................................................Pg. 18&19 Chicken Pot Pie.................................................................................Pg. 20&21 Entrées: Chicken Pot Pie.................................................................................Pg. 20&21 Cincinnati Chile ................................................................................Pg. 22&23 Chicken and Wine Sauce ..................................................................Pg. 24&25 Tuna and Pasta ..................................................................................Pg. 26&27 Yaki-Soba ..........................................................................................Pg. 28&29 15 Minute Chicken and Rice .............................................................Pg. 30&31

3: Dessert: Pinacolada Pie ................................................................................ Pg. 32&33 Chocolate Chip Pie ........................................................................ Pg. 34&35 Out of this World Cake ................................................................. Pg. 36&37 Raspberry Almond Cookies ............................................................ Pg. 38 Cinnamon Tortilla Chips ............................................................... Pg. 39 Old Thyme Chocolate Cake .......................................................... Pg. 40&41 Lemon Pound Cake ........................................................................ Pg. 42&43 Key Lime Pie ................................................................................... Pg. 44&45 Strawberry Crunch Cake ................................................................. Pg. 46&47 Chocolate Eclair Cakes ................................................................... Pg. 48&49 Cake Chewies .................................................................................. Pg. 50&51 Cheese Cake .................................................................................... Pg. 52&53 Cinnamon Rolls ............................................................................... Pg. 54&55 Impeccable Ice-Cream Sandwich ..................................................... Pg. 56&57 Chinese Donuts ................................................................................ Pg. 58 Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies ................................................. Pg. 59 4 Layered Dessert ............................................................................. Pg. 60&61

4: Mama's Sweet Potato Casserole By: Karyn Liddic Ingredients: 1 large and 1 small can of sweet potatoes, 1cup of sugar, 2 eggs, 1tsp. of vanilla, 2 cups of milk, 2 cups of margarine Topping: 1/2 cup of flour, 1 cup of brown sugar, 1/2 cup of melted butter, 1 cup of chopped pecans (optional) and marshmallows Step-by-Step Instructions: Heat potatoes and mash, add the 5 top ingredients and pour into casserole dish. Then, in a separate bowl, mix the topping ingredients and spoon on top of potatoes (except for marshmallows). Bake for 25 min. @ 350 degrees, pull out and add marshmallows. | Put back in the oven for 5 min. or until marshmallows are toasty brown. History: My mom makes Sweet Potato Casserole every Christmas and Thanksgiving for me and my dad. I love this recipe because my dad does and it means a lot to me because it reminds me of him and he leaves a lot to go to Afghanistan. That's why I picked this recipe.

5: Narrative - By: Brandon Saxer Hi, I'm Mr. Potato Head and I'm going to tell you about my best friend, Mr. Heart Attack Potato. He and I go as far back as when we were planted. I remember when he and I got shipped off to New Jersey where we were almost processed into potato chips! It all started when we were all fully grown and put on a truck. I just thought it was a fun ride but it was so long bumping around in that truck. It took at least a whole day to get there and when we did, it all went wrong. First, we took a hot bath then after that we got onto a line and saw potato's getting chopped! We ran off and never set a potato skin in there again!

6: Apple Filled Sausage Patty By: Remington Froncek Ingredients: 1 pound bulk pork sausage 1 cup finely chopped celery 1 cup finely chopped onion 2 tbsp. butter or margarine 1 cup water 1 cup packaged herb-seasoned stuffing mix 1 medium cooking apple, peeled, cored, and finely chopped 2 tbsp. chili sauce 2 tbsp. snipped parsley 1 tsp. dry mustard 1 tsp. pepper | Step by Step Instructions: Shape sausage into eight inch thick patties. In a saucepan cook celery and onion in butter or margarine until tender but not brown. Remove from heat. Add water. Add the stuffing mix, apple, parsley, chili sauce, dry mustard, and peppers, mix well. Place about one cup of the stuffing mixture atop each of the four patties. Top with remaining meat patties; press around edges to seal. Place in a 13x9x2-inch baking pan. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 35 to 40 minutes or until done. Makes four servings.

7: Beanie Weenies By: Derek Treants Ingredients: 1 Large bell pepper (chopped) PKG. hot dog cut into One inch pieces Approx. 3 TBSP Worcestershire Approx. 1\4 cup brown sugar 1 TBSP mustard Approx. 1\2 cup ketchup 1-2 TBSP Texas Pete Approx. 1\4 TSP salt 1 dash red pepper 3 cans van camps pork-n-beans | Step by step instructions: Fry bells in about 2 TBSP olive oil until soft (not brown), add hot dogs to pan and fry until lightly browned, add the rest of in ingredients and heat through. Taste test to see if needs more of anything | Narrative: By - Kara Westmoreland The Five Senses of Soup I see chopped up vegetables and a bag of lentils I smell onions being sautéed to a golden brown I hear water boiling to cook the lentils I taste all types of flavors that make my mouth water I feel the soup going down my throat.

8: Special Biscuits By: Caermon Truett Ingredients: 2 cups of bisquick baking mix 2/3 cup of milk 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese garlic powder 1 cup melted butter Step by step instructions: 1.Mix all ingredients except the garlic powder and melted butter 2.Mix all ingredients into soft dough 3.Beat hard for 30 seconds 4.Drop onto ungreased cookie sheet 5.Bake at 450 degrees for 8- 10 minutes 6. Mix teaspoon garlic powder and cup melted butter 7.Brush over warm biscuits 8.Make 12 servings per batch.

9: Narrative: By- Frank Smith This recipe is easy as pie But some don't like it I won't lie A large skillet is what you need It is an easy deed Put the stove on medium heat Then you need to add the meat Sauté the meat for 5 minutes The smell will come to some tenants Add the onion and red bell pepper Sometimes you'll get a leopard Mix in the water and tomato paste You do not need to taste Stir until the paste is gone Don't throw it in a lawn Add the other ingredients you need In 5 to 10 minutes you'll be able to feed You can have it on a burger bun And when you're done you can have fun | Narrative: By - Kamryn Haut It was my birthday and I wanted a vanilla cake with coconut cream frosting. So my mom cooked the vanilla cake and while that was cooling my mom started making the frosting. My mom wanted it to taste really good so she followed the recipe exactly. There was just one problem with her plan. My mom is terrible at math so she always gets her numbers and fractions mixed up. For example, she got confused and thought 3 egg yolks said 30 egg yolks and instead of 1 cup of chopped pecans she put 100 chopped pecans! All because my mom got confused my pecans started popping like popcorn and swallowed up the whole house.

10: Ingredients -1 cup of flour -2 Tbs of melted butter -1 scrambled egg -1 pinch of salt (regular salt) -1 Tbs of water -If dough is soft add a few pinches of flour -Cover dough with plastic wrap then let it sit for 1 hour -Cook any type of meat -Roll dough until flat -Cut out circles in dough -Roll one circle at a time to make dough flatter -With your finger dab edge of circular dough with water -Then put meat in the middle of the dough (any type) -Close the circles and then fry until golden brown | Step-by-Step Instructions Get a big bowl then add the flour, melted butter, beaten egg, salt, and water. With your hands mix the ingredients until dough forms. If the dough is soft add a few pinches of flour. After you cover the dough with plastic wrap and let it sit for 1 hour. After an hour has passed roll the dough until it's flat. Then once you have rolled the dough you will cut it into circles. Once all your dough is cut into circles roll them one at a time with the rolling iron. You then cook the meat (any kind). Once you finished cooking the meat you then put the meat into the middle of the circles. Take one side of the circle and pull it to the other side to close it. Take a fork and push it against the edge of the circle. You now fry the empanada until it's golden brown. | Empanadas recipe by Bryanna Rodriguez

11: Ingredients: 2-8oz cream (cheese softened) 2-8oz port wine cheese in (lidded container) 2-Tbsp butter (softened) 3-Tbsp cherry juice Chopped pecans | Step-by-step instructions: Soften cheese to room temp. Then mix all ingredients. Refrigerate until firm and split into two balls. Roll in nuts | Narrative: By - Bryanna Rodriguez Empanadas I hear the sizzle as I fry them I taste the delicious juice of the meat as I take a bite I feel the hotness of the empanada against my lips I smell the cooked meat I see a small delicious treat | Cheese Ball by Ryan Hill and his mom

12: Ingredients 1/2 -3/4 cup milk 2 tbsp melted butter 1 egg 1 cup (140 grams) white flour 2 tbsp baking powder 2 tsp sugar 1/2 tsp salt | Step-by-step instructions (1)Beat the milk, butter, and egg lightly in a mixing bowl. (2) Mix the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt and add them all at once to the flour. (3) Lightly butter or grease a griddle or frying pan and set over moderate heat until few drops of cold water sprinkled on the pan form rapidly moving globules. (4) If you wish small pancakes, drop about 2 tablespoons of the batter onto the pan, or pour about cup from a measuring cup if larger pancakes are desired. (5) Bake on a griddle until the cakes are full of bubbles on the top and undersides are lightly browned. Turn with spatula and brown the other sides, place finished pancakes on a warm plate in a 200 Degree oven until you have enough to begin serving. | Family friendly Pancakes By: Kevin Campbell's Aunt

13: Origin/History of the recipe: This recipe has been in my family for years. My mom got this recipe from my aunt who passed away when I was little. So this recipe reminds me of her. | Narrative: By - Kevin Campbell Once there was a man who was troubled. He wanted to feel happy so he tried making his moms homemade pancakes. He followed the recipe his mom had for him so he baked them. But when he put them in the oven the stove exploded. He went to the store and got a new one and brought it home and tried again. He did exactly what he did before and the new oven blew up. So he went to the store and got a new one. He tried it again and the stove exploded again! He yelled “what the heck, why won't it work?!”. His mom heard him yelling so she came and said, “why are you yelling”? He said, “I’m yelling because I can't make your pancakes.” She looks at the contents. “You put in gunpowder instead of flour” she said. “Oh” he said. So he cooked them right and he lived happily ever after.

14: Ingredients: 1 Bag of Lentils 1 Onion Garlic, 4-5 cloves Salt/Pepper to taste 2 to 3 carrots 1 stalk of celery 1 pack of Johnsonville ground sausage (Not Necessary) | Step-By-Step Instructions Sort through and rinse lentils, put in pot with cold water, cover about 1 inch over beans. Bring to boil, and then simmer to tenderness. Add chopped celery and carrots. Sauté onion in garlic in separate pan. Then add to the pot of lentil soup. Add salt and pepper to taste. Simmer at least one hour, until all vegetables and lentils are tender. Sautéed, sliced Italian sausage may be added for variation. | Lentil Soup | Recipe by Kara's Grandma Page made by Kara Westmorland and Kyarra Carpenter

15: Origin Of Soup Both of these soups are good to eat on a cold day. Also for sure the whole family will love it. They are also great to eat if you are sick too! Soups are full of flavor and are best served hot. Lentil soup is full of vegetables while Chicken and Dumpling is full of chicken. Soup is always healthy!!! | Narrative: By Kyarra Carpenter Chicken & Dumplings Soup To make this delicious soup You don't have to go into a chicken coop You just need some chicken legs And in the pot they shall lay Make some dumplings and put them there too And vegetables because they are good for you Stir it up and put it into a cup There you go and make sure you blow on it, before you take a bite. YUM, YUM!

16: Ingredients: 4 pieces of chicken thighs or breasts with skin on One whole onion (medium size) 7 pieces of celery 3 carrots One 8oz can of diced tomatoes 2 tsp. of chopped garlic Salt to taste Pepper to taste One medium size bag of egg noodles One Tbs. oil Put in large pot | Step by step instructions Chop onion, celery, and carrots then. in medium size pot add oil turn heat on medium setting and add vegetables and garlic. Stir frequently and cook until onions are a clear color. Add water until pot is half way full, add chicken and diced tomatoes, add salt and pepper to the taste. Let boil for thirty minutes, turn down to low simmer, and take all chicken out and place on a plate to cool. Deskin chicken and remove meat from bone. Add chicken meat to soup. Cook wide noodles in separate pot per instructions on bag. In a large bowl add soup broth and noodles. Do not add noodles to the soup they will suck up the juice and stick, just add soup to noodles and serve Enjoy! | Chicken Noodle Soup By:Paige Schrom

17: History: My mom cooks this on cold days. She got this from her great grandma who passed it down. I have been eating it for a long time. It's so good. | Narrative: By -Brooke Norman | It looks like ordinary soup it smells of a warn home made dish, it sounds like my favorite music, it tastes like a dish to eat all the time, it currently feels like I'm in paradise

18: Posole By: Haley Cano | Step by Step Instructions: 1.Boil the chicken until it is fully cooked 2.Add salt, chili powder, garlic powder, oregano, cumin and homony 3.Continue to boil chicken until chicken is tender (about 30 minutes) 4.Add onion, cabbage and limes in separate bowls for everyone to serve as desired | Ingredients: 4-5 cups of Homony 1 Pound of Chicken (shredded or cubed) 2 tablespoons of Salt 1/2 cup of Chili Powder 3 tablespoons of Garlic Powder 3 tablespoons of Dried Oregano 1 tablespoon of Cumin 1/2 cup of Chopped Onion 1 cup of Shredded Cabbage About 3-4 cut Limes (one cut lime for every person)

19: History: Posole is a Mexican food. It’s my favorite food and will forever be my favorite. In Spanish I call her Grandma Bejita which means Old Grandma and she was my Great Grandmother. She passed away and making Posole brings great memories. She passed her recipe to my grandma and from her to my mom and soon to me. | Fabulous fast shrimp poem: By: Corey Rickards This dish is delish. I’ve only had it, twice it has the perfect spice. You might think its nasty, but trust me kid it’s very classy. I just might make you some maybe, but only if you like green pastaroni. The shrimp is so fresh, this meal is the best. I don’t really know how to rhyme, so I’m just going to say goodbye!

20: A pot pie so good it makes you want to slap yo mama | Ingredients: 2 deep dish pie crusts, frozen 1 cup of evaporated milk 1 envelope (0.87 oz.) turkey or chicken gravy mix. 2 cups cooked and cubed turkey (or chicken) 1 package (10 oz.) frozen mixed vegetables thawed and drained. teaspoon dried thyme leaves cup (2oz) shredded cheddar cheese | Step by step instructions: First- in a medium bowl, combine evaporated milk, gravy mix, turkey ,vegetables, and thyme. Secondly- pour the mixing into one frozen pie crust. Third- break or crumble remaining frozen pie crust into very small pieces. Then toss with shredded cheese. Then sprinkle over top of pie. Fourth and last- bake in preheated 400 degree oven on a baking sheet for 35 to 45 min. Makes 8 servings | Chicken Pot Pie - By:Marques Hodges

21: Origin/history: My first time tasting this was in 2006. One day my mom decided to buy some from Piggy Wiggly and I loved them because of the crust, so I would eat like 2 every Friday and Monday and then like 2years later my mom made us go on a strict diet so we couldn't eat them anymore. So my grandma decided to get the recipe and cook them and sneak them to me and my brother sometimes - and that's why I love pot pies. | Narrative:By - Maddie Anzaldi It was my 13th Birthday, And Boy was I excited. My mom looked at me and said , “You sure do look enlightened!” I headed down to the kitchen, Smelling teriyaki from far away, I smiled when I realized, I was eating heaven today! I don't want any cake, And I don't need a gift, Save the wasted time of baking, And Make me chicken instead, for my spirit will Lift.

22: Cincinnati Chili By: Zach Weisend | Ingredients: | 1 quart water 1 lb ground beef 2 tsp cinnamon 2 tsp ground cumin 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce 3 garlic cloves (diced) 2 tsp chili powder 1 tsp black pepper 1 tsp red pepper 1 Tbs salt 3 tsp ground allspice 2 cans tomato paste 2 Tbs cider vinegar 4 large bay leaves 2 cans kidney beans | Step-by-step instructions: Place your noodles in a pot of boiling water. Crumble raw ground beef into water also. Get another bowl and add all of the other ingredients into the bowl. When noodles and beef are done, pour all of the ingredients into the pot with them. Let it all sit uncovered for 30 minutes. Then let sit covered for 2 hours. Stir occasionally and wait for tomato paste and other ingredients to start boiling. Take off stove and let sit until cool, then enjoy in separate bowls.

23: History: My dad had this chili in Ohio, and that's where it got its name. My dad was eating it and thought that he needed to make it. So he got home and tasted some things that he recognized. He gathered everything and put it all together. After he made it and tried it he thought it was actually better than the restaurant's. And that's how we got the recipe. | Narrative: By- Hanna Ballard The smell of Tacos, The sight of the meat , The sound of boiling water, The taste of the beans, And the feel of the hot steam coming off the bowl. YUMM!!

24: Chicken and | The ingredients: 1 bottle of tomato juice 1 small onion cup of red cooking wine 1 tablespoon of lemon juice 1 teaspoon of parsley 1 teaspoon of garlic salt 1 teaspoon of basil 1 clove Peeled and cut carrots Chicken breasts (cut up) 2 cups of flour in a gallon bag 1 pinch of salt Egg noodles cooked | Origin/ history : The history of this recipe was from my great grandma. She passed it down to my grandma then my grandma passed it down to my family. But the weird thing is that nobody knows where my great grandma got the recipe from. And unfortunately my grandma passed away so that was the history of my recipe.

25: Wine Sauce | Step by step instructions: By: Kaitlyn O'Brien First you get a big pot and put 1 bottle of tomato juice in. Second you put flour in a bag and put the chicken in the same bag that has flour in it until the chicken breasts are covered in flour. Then you put the chicken in a skillet and cook it. After that you peel the carrots and cut them in half and then you put those in the pot. Then you check the chicken and put that in the pot. After that add the 1 small onions (cut up), the 1 table spoon of lemon juice, the cup of red cooking wine, then the teaspoon of basil, 1 clove of garlic, 1 teaspoon of garlic salt, 1 teaspoon of parsley and then mix it until contents are combined. Then in a second pot put the egg noodles in the pot and wait until fully cooked. Then drain the noodles and take the sauce and pour it over the egg noodles and that is how you make chicken and wine sauce. | Narrative: By- Kami M. I could taste the melted cheese already, it smelled like paradise. It looked like a dream and felt warm in my mouth. The left-overs made a popping noise in the microwave, I couldn't wait to relive the cheesy daydream.

26: INGREDIENTS: 1 box of bow-tie pasta 2 cans of tuna in oil 2 tbsp of butter cup of Parmesan cheese History of the recipe: My family makes this on game nights. If my team wins i get extra, if not, I only get one serving | Step by Step instructions: 1. Cook pasta by box instructions 2.Strain pasta well 3.Put in large bowl 4.Add butter and cheese 5.Mix well until cheese is melted 6.Strain tuna 7.Add tuna to pasta 8.Mix well 9.Season to taste 10.EAT UP!!! | Tuna and Pasta Thomas Reynolds

27: Narrative: By - Lavance white The 5 scenes of chicken pieces are... iT FEELS LIKE MY DREAMS COMING TRUE, IT SMELLS LIKE HEAVEN, IT SOUNDS LIKE A CHOIR OF ANGELS, IT TASTE LIKE A BEAUTIFUL CLOUD, AND IT LOOKS LIKE A BEAUTIFUL BUTTERFLY. | narrative: By - Dakota Harbin i see steam i smell perfection i hear stomachs growling i taste italy i feel full

28: Yaki-Soba By: Jessica Burke | Ingredients: 1 pound of chopped meat 2 cups of spaghetti noodles (angel hair spaghetti noodles) 2 teaspoons of sesame seeds 1 teaspoon of chili powder (optional) 1/8 teaspoon of salt 1/8 teaspoon of pepper 6 cups of water A large pot, and an 8x8 or 9x9 inch round pan | Step by Step Instructions: Take out a round 8x8 or 9x9 inch pan, and place it on the stove. Take out a large pot and fill it with 6 cups of water, then put it on a high burner. Turn the burner with the pan on it, onto a high level. Place the pound of meat into the center of the pan, and begin chopping it up. Once the water in the pot is boiling, take out 2 cups of Angel Hair spaghetti noodles. Snap them in half and place them into the pot. *Stir noodles* While the noodles continue to cook, go back to the meat and chop it a little more. Once the noodles are fully cooked and soft, drain the water. Pour the drained noodles into the pan of chopped meat, and stir them together. Add in the sesame, salt, pepper, and optional chili powder.

29: I shoved my way through the small green thicket as the sun burned through the clear blue sky, ‘where Is it’ I huffed to myself, though I didn’t breath a word of the fact that I was completely lost. That would simply break whatever trust the sailors had left in me. My face was hardened in a determined position as we marched through the land. Our heavy boots made small crushing sounds beneath our feet. Sweat ran down our faces as the sun heated us up to our limits. The small amount of trees had no leaves, meaning no shadow for our hot bodies. Our breaths had become uneven and heavy and most of us had lost our good posture. We were tired and sickly. I was the only one who remained to some degree healthy looking, as the others had pathetic begging faces. If I hadn’t heard a local mention a treasure at the top of this mountain we would be back on our ship. We walked on past the now dead brown grass, the trees became entwined with each other and stiffer then normal. Right then and there for the first time I wanted to turn back. But I’m a caption and turning back would be cowardly, I would seem washed up and useless. And what's useless gets thrown away. The slanted ground sizzled with the intense heat that beckoned for us to dry up and wither with the rest of the terrain. The top of the mountain was closer now. The thought came that I could just abandon my crew and take off with all the riches. A faint golden glow spread from the top. Dropping what I had I made a dash for it. My stone cold face began to show happiness as I sprinted to it. Sadly what I saw was not silver, nor gold, not oil or jewels. My face dropped and if my jaw wasn't so stiff it would have too. A pastry was in place of treasure. "I've BEEN TRICKED!" I shrieked. I took it in my hands and tossed it off the mountain side. Thick black smoke engulfed me. I felt a sharp pain prick my legs before I felt nothing at all. I fell to the ground in a heap. My legs were gone. "You mess with the Arepas and now we mess with you". Still now are my legs gone. the green turns greener and life goes on, but all without my legs to walk on. | Narrative: By -Summer Wendt

30: Makenzie's 15 minute chicken and rice Ingredients: 1: Tablespoon vegetable oil 4: skinless, boneless chicken breast (about 1 pound) 1 : cup of water 1/4: teaspoons paprika 1/4: teaspoon pepper 1 : cup uncooked minute original rice 2: cups fresh or frozen broccoli flowerets (For creamier rice, increase water to 1 2/3 cups.) | Step- by- step: Step1) In a medium skillet over medium- high heat, add oil and chicken and cook 8 minutes or until browned set chicken aside, pour off fat. Step2) Add soup, water, paprika, and pepper, heat to a boil. Step3) Stir in rice and broccoli place chicken on rice mixture. Season chicken with additional paprika and pepper. Reduce heat to low cover and cook 5 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink. Step5) Then you eat!!

31: History By: Vivian Meadows The history of this recipe is that grandmamma used to make this recipe a lot and she loved to make chicken spaghetti. So when my mom got married she wanted to have a copy of the recipe. So my mom makes this about every time we have cooked chicken. But this is important to me because my grandmamma and grandpa past away and when I eat this it gives me memoirs of when I got to spend time with them, which was every 2 years. | Narrative By: Ryan Haught The king's wedding was coming up and he needed a delivery guy to deliver his favorite dish. Nathalie Haught's famous macaroni and cheese. The guy he chose for the job was Steve Tortellini. Steve was just an ordinary guy. He wasn't strong or athletic, but he was a heck of a delivery guy. He got the mac and cheese and started walking to the kingdom. He came across a giant. It turned out the giant was hungry, so he tried to get the delicious dish. But, instead he accidentally threw Steve up in the air. Steve thought he was going to die but was instead saved by a rainbow unicorn. Otherwise known as a rainicorn. The rainicorn flew him to the kingdom just in time for the wedding. The king and his wife were happy, and so was Steve.

32: Pinacolada Cream Pie Recipe by: Abbylee Oqueli Ingredients: 2 C. crushed Vanilla Wafer cookies 1/2 stick butter Two 8 Oz. packages of cream cheese One 8 Oz. tub of whipped topping 1/2 C. powdered sugar One can crushed pineapple One 8 Oz. can coconut cream 1/4 C. shredded coconut | Instructions: Crust: Crush Vanilla Wafer cookies, melt butter, and add to the crumbs. Mix well and press into the bottom of a pie pan. Pie Filling: In a large mixing bowl combine cream cheese, crushed pineapple, coconut cream, and powdered sugar. Blend until all ingredients are fully mixed and smooth. Fold in whipped topping until the pie filling is fluffy. Pour mixture into pie crust. Toast shredded coconut until golden brown and sprinkle over pie. Refrigerate for one hour.

33: History: When I moved here three years ago I was really lonely and missing my family. I wanted to have people around and a good way to do that is to cook! So I started making big elaborate meals to try and entice people to keep me company. One particularly creative evening, I came up with this recipe and it has become a favorite of our family and friends. I make it for every gathering now and sometimes when there isn't an excuse. | Narrative: When you're feeling lonely and a little bit blue All you have to do is feed a friend and they'll be there for you Make a pie, a cobbler, a cookie, a shake Cook it, cool it, set a timer and let it bake When food is on the table people come together Joining hearts and minds - over food, laughter is forever

34: Chocolate Chip Pie By: Mathias Gibson Ingredients: ® 1 Pillsbury rolled pie crust ® 1 Stick of butter- Softened ® 2 eggs ® 1/2 cup all-purpose flour ® 1/2 cup sugar ® 1/2 cup Brown sugar ® 1 cup Chocolate Chips ® 0ne 9 inch Pie plate ® 1/4 cup Walnuts (optional) | Step by Step Instructions: 1. Pre-heat oven to 350 Degrees F. 2. Roll pie crust into pie plate 3. Beat eggs in bowl with a mixer until frothy 4. Add flour & sugars, mix well 5. Beat in softened butter until well combined 6. Fold in chocolate chips (and nuts if you use them) 7. Immediately pour filling into pie shell, bake 50 min. until done

35: Origin: My mom saw one of my dad’s friends make it and it was awesome. So she asked how she made it and with a few tweaks chocolate chip pie was born. We have it just whenever, today, tomorrow, a year from now. | Narrative: By - Haley Cano I smell the spicy smell of food roaming around my house, I hear my Mom yell that dinner is ready, And I see the happiness of my family gathering around the dinner table

36: Out of this world cake By. Gabrielle Thompson | Ingredients: Cake: 1(18 ounce) package yellow cake mix 1 - 1 1/3 cups water (see back of box for water amount) 1/3 cup vegetable oil 3 eggs | Topping: 1(20 ounce) can crushed pineapple 3 cups milk 1(6 ounce) packages instant vanilla pudding 1 teaspoon vanilla 1(8 ounce) package cream cheese 12 ounces frozen whipped topping (thawed) 1 cup shredded coconut 1 cup chopped pecans or 1 cup walnuts 1 jar of cherries to put on top (optional) | Step – by – Step Instructions: CAKE: 1.Prepare and bake cake according to directions on box for a 9x13 inch pan, using the water, oil, and eggs in the boxed mix 2.Let sit for about 5 – 10 minutes and then pierce the top of the cake with a fork. TOPPING: 3.Pour the un-drained pineapple over the baked layer 4.Mix the milk, pudding mix, and vanilla in a medium mixing bowl 5.In another medium mixing bowl beat the cream cheese at high speed till light and fluffy.

37: History: This was a family recipe my grandma made every year. Now my mom makes it every year for my birthday. | Narrative:By - Celine Pandosy One day, 7 years ago, I was sitting in my room, being bored. My mom said she was cooking something, yet she never told me what she was cooking. So in my room, where I was rolling around on my bed, I suddenly smell something. It had a vanilla smell mixed with fruit, and that immediately brought me to the kitchen. I saw the cookies. They were a golden brown, with raspberry jam in the middle. Once I got to eat one, boy did this become my favorite thing.

38: Raspberry Almond Cookies By: Celine Pandosy | Ingredients: 1/3 cup white sugar 1 cup butter (softened) 1 tsp. almond extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup seedless raspberry jam | Step-by-Step instructions: 1.Preheat oven (350 degrees) 2.Cream sugar, butter & extract, add flour, mix. 3.Roll dough into lynch balls and place on ungreased cookie sheets. Use a clean flat glass bottom to flatten the balls. (use powdered sugar on glass bottom to keep from sticking.) Use a bottle cap to make a small circle in the center. Apply a small amount of jam to the center. Bake approx. 14 minutes, until lightly brown, let cool 5 minutes. (*Other jams like blackberry, marmalade, & cherry work fine*)

39: Origin/History: This was my mother's recipe when she was young, & she still makes it today. It was, and still is, my favorite batch of cookies she makes. | Cinnamon Tortilla Chips By: Hannah Norton Ingredients: 71/2 round flour tortillas 1 tsp. of cinnamon 2. tbs. sugar Vegetable spray | Step by Step instructions- 1. Spray both sides of tortilla with vegetable spray 2. Mix sugar and cinnamon together 3. Sprinkle it on each side of the tortilla 4. Cut the tortilla in 8 slices 5. Set the oven to 350 degrees 6. Wait 6-8 minutes 7. Then when the time is done take the food out and eat up!

40: Dylan Sanderson's Old thyme chocolate cake | Step By Step Instructions: Mix well; cream butter, sugar, and add one egg at a time beating after each egg. Add buttermilk, baking soda, vanilla & flour, mix well. Makes 3 layers 20-25 min@ 350 degrees Frosting: Melt butter in a large pot mix sugar flour & Syrup add 1 cup milk & 1/2 cup water. Mix well and cook over medium heat about 15 minutes. Do not overcook, split and cool. Spread cold icing between layers | ingredients 1 cup of sugar 1 stick of butter 1 cup of butter milk 4 large eggs 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp vanilla 2 cups self-rising flour FROSTING 3 cups sugar cup cocoa 2 tbs flour 1 tbs white corn syrup 1 stick butter 12 oz. can evaporated milk

41: Narrative: By - Marques Hodges Once upon a time there was a turkey pot pie named Charlie. He was really poor and one day he decided to try and become a chef, but he couldn't think of anything. So one day he was chopping up some cheese blocks and accidentally cut his finger off. So he picked it up and ate it. Then he got this delightful taste. Once he ate, a clue popped into his mind that maybe he can cook himself. But, he couldn't think of how to get the exact ingredients so he cloned himself millions of times and sold them at top brand stores for a dollar a piece and he lived rich and happily.

42: Lemon Pound Cake: By Courtney Watson Ingredients: 4 eggs 1 c. oil 1 c. water 1 Tbs. lemon peel (or lemon peel granules) 1 c. lemon juice 1 box lemon cake mix 1 (3-oz) box instant lemon pudding mix (4 servings size) Bakers Joy Cooking Spray. Step by step instructions: Beat together eggs, oil, water, lemon peel, and lemon juice until frothy. Add cake and pudding mixes. Beat until creamy. Pour batter into Bundt pan prepared with bakers joy spray. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes. Let cool in pan 5-10 minutes, turn out onto plate, cover wish dish towel to finish cooling. VARIANTIONS: With egg, oil, and water measurements remaining the same spice cake mix, vanilla pudding, pumpkin pie spice, Strawberry cake mix, chocolate cake mix, chocolate pudding

43: Origin/history: This recipe is a common recipe that is made very often around Christmas time and any special occasion around my house. It's very good for any occasion really. My grandpa makes it better than anyone I know. It's kind of a tradition to make it on birthdays. Narrative: One time at a Christmas dinner, my grandma made her lemon pound cake that everyone dies for. My cousin was down from Hawaii and him and I have the same taste. We both walked over to my grandma and asked her to make her lemon pound cake. And she said she's been working on it. Me and my cousin high-fived each other. My grandma just laughed. When we were about to go over she made 10 lemon pound cakes, they smelled so good! Me and my cousin were in heaven! Me and he both got our own cake. And that was the best Christmas Dinner me and my cousin had. | By Courtney Watson

44: Key Lime Pie By: Marianna Gil- Nolasco Ingredients: 1 cup of graham cracker crumbs 2 cups of granulated sugar 4 tbsp. of (1 stick) butter melted 2 ( 14- ounce) cans sweetened condensed milk 1 cup of Key Lime or Regular Lime Juice 2 whole large eggs 1 cup of sour cream 2 tbsp. of powdered sugar 1 tbsp. of Lime Zest | Step-By-Step Instructions: 1)Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. 2)In a bowl, mix the graham cracker crumbs, sugar, and butter with your hands. 3)Press the mixture firmly into a 9-inch pie pan, and bake until brown, about 20 minutes. 4)Remove from the oven and allow cooling to room temperature to 325 degrees F. 5)In a separate bowl, combine the condensed milk, lime juice, and eggs. 6)Whisk until well blended and place the filling in the cooled pie shell. 7)Bake in the oven for 15 minutes and allow chilling in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. 8)Once chilled, combine the sour cream and spread over the top of the pie using a spatula. 9)Sprinkle the lime Zest as a garnish on top of the sour cream and serve chilled.

45: History: On most holidays my family or my friends and I would make it all the time. The first time I learned how to make it, was with my best friend Ashley. We were bored so we looked it up online and tried to make it. Of course, it took us a couple of tries, but on our last try, we made it almost perfectly. | Narrative: By - Jenny Le When I see them my eyes grow huge with delight, My tastebuds explode with every single bite, their aromas fill the air it's a fling, I know they're done when I hear the oven ding, they feel bumpy, and crumbly those tasty little goodies, I think they were called Chocolate Chip Cookies. | Yummy... KEY LIME PIE!!!!

46: Strawberry Crunch Cake: By Xavier Robinson | Ingredients: | 2 cups if crushed graham crackers 24oz of Cream Cheese 1 Cup of milk Cup of Powder Sugar 21oz can of strawberries 1 Cup of butter | Step-by-Step instructions: | 1.Combine sugar, milk, and cream cheese in a mixing bowl for about 5 minutes | 2.While mixing take the crumbled graham crackers, add the butter, mix it in a glass dish and flatten it out on the bottom and sides of the pan, and place in the fridge for 5 minutes. | 3.Open up can of strawberries remove the graham cracker crust from the fridge; place the cream cheese on top of the graham cracker crust. | 4.Place the strawberries on top of the cream mixture put in fridge for 15 minutes. Then ready to serve.

47: Narrative: By - Ziggy Stanley Once upon a time there was a girl named Rosetta who was walking in the woods. She walked and walked until something happen, she found a recipe that said pineapple zucchini bread. She picked it up and took it home and showed it to her mom. Her dad wasn’t home yet, not until 10:00. Rosetta asked her mom if they could cook it, but she said to wait until her dad got home and see what he says. When her dad arrived, he got out the car and Rosetta ran to him and hugged and kissed him. She told him what she found in the woods when she was walking. Her dad took a look at it and said, “my mom used to make me this every night before we would go to bed. She would give us each a little piece and tuck us in.” Rosetta asked her dad if she and the family could cook it, but her dad said they didn’t have the stuff to make it. That’s when her mom came up with an idea. She said, “let’s go to the grocery store.” So, they went and got all the stuff they needed before heading back home. They took all the ingredients out of the bags and started following the recipe. When finally, they got done, they put it in a pan and put it in the oven and about 8 minutes later the bell rang on the stove signaling that the zucchini bread was done. They took it out and let it sit out for a minute until it cooled down and then dad cut the cake and everybody got a piece – until the door bell rang. Dad answered it and it was a young lady named Oqueli. She asked the people if they had seen her recipe. She said she lost it one day going to pick some berries in the woods. Rosetta was going to say no but she had to do the right thing and give it back to the young lady. So the lady got her recipe and went bake home to her family and started making her some zucchini bread. From that day on Rosetta’s family lived happily ever after for a real long time the end

48: Chocolate éclair cake | Ingredients: 2 BOXES OF INSTANT FRENCH VANILLA PUDDING 3C. OF MILK 1(8 OZ.) CARTON COOL WHIP GRAHAM CRACKERS 1/2C. COCOA 1/2C. SOFT BUTTER 1/2C. MILK 1 C. SUGAR 8 X 13 INCH GLASS BAKING DISH | Step by step instructions: Line the bottom of an 8 x 13 inch glass baking dish with whole graham crackers. Blend pudding and milk in a bowl until it is well mixed. Stir in cool whip, pour half of the pudding mixture over the top of the graham crackers. Add another layer of the pudding mixture. Top with final layer of crackers and add the following 1/2c. cocoa, 1/2c. soft butter, 1/2c. milk, 1 c. sugar mix well. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Boil 1 minute, pour over the last layer of crackers and refrigerate. Keeps well in the refrigerate for several days. | By: DJ Ellsworth

49: Narrative: By - Mathias Gibson The first time my mom made the pie she burned it, but we didn't know because it was supposed to come out a little dark. But we thought that it was just because it was the first time she had made it so it was really weird, but we still ate it. Well that was a bad idea. Me and my dad got sick, but mom didn't so we didn't know it was the pie. It was really sad. I ate the pie again and I got sick again. That's when we figured out it was the pie.

50: Ingredients: 1 box yellow cake mix 1 cup chopped pecans 4 eggs 1 lb. of powdered sugar 8 ounces cream cheese | Cake Chewies By: Katherine Scarborough | Step by step instructions: Mix cake mix, pecans, margarine and only 1 egg into a separate bowl. Then spread into a greased 13x9 inch pan. Mix the other ingredients you have not mixed yet. (Powdered sugar, cream cheese, and 3 eggs) after you finish mixing all these ingredients, spread the mixture on top of cake mixture in pan Bake at 350 degrees. Cut in squares.

51: Narrative: By- Kayla Cordiero I hear the refrigerator open and walk towards it. It's my grandfather getting ingredients for fudgy brownies. I see him mix in all of the ingredients, making it all form to the liquid form of brownies. "Yum," I think to myself "yum." I feel butterflies in my stomach when the cooking of the mouthwatering brownies start to float an irresistible smell throughout the living room. They took what felt forever to cook. They are finally done and I taste the warm chocolate flavor that it always has. | Origin/ History: The recipe has been passed down. My dad's mom Joan (my grandma) got this recipe from her mom, Ruth Smith, My great grandma. My great grandma made this for my grandma when she was a little girl. Ruth Smith told my grandma she could have this recipe. So my great grandma died and my grandma made this recipe book that had tons of recipes that Ruth Smith made. And this one was the recipe I chose to bring in because this is the best recipe my great grandma made.

52: STEP BY STEP INSTURCTIONS Stir hot water into Jell-O, let cool to room temp. Mix together- sugar vanilla and cream- cheese, whip milk and add Jell-O mix together. Line 9x13 pan inch w/ crushed graham crackers. Pour mixture on top with crumbs then chill | Cheese Cake By: Kylee Musan INGREDINENTS!!! 1 package lemon Jell-O 1 cup hot water 1 cup sugar 2 tsp. vanilla 8 oz. package Philadelphia cream cheese Graham crackers 14 oz. evaporated milk (can)

53: HISTORY!!! This recipe came from my great grandma who is still alive and in her 80’s. My grandma and my mom were getting ready to make it one day and told me who it came from and asked if I wanted to help make it - so I helped make it. It is important to my family because it was passed down, but my great grandma does not remember a lot, so the recipe is from her. When I help cook it I think of her helping us and eating the cheesecake with her. | Narrative: By - Casey Donnelly When I hear the sound of the mixer I know there is something good going on I smell the sugar and chocolate coming from the oven When I look through the door I see the melted chocolate I can't wait to taste those delicious chocolate chip cookies {OUCH}! They are too hot right now. I'll wait one more minute, but no longer!

54: Cinnamon Rolls By: Skylar Stollings | Ingredients: 1/4 cup plus 1 teaspoon shorting 3 cups self-rising flour 1 cup milk 1 cup butter or margarine, softened,1 cup sugar 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon 1 cup chopped pecans, (optional) 1 cup raisins, (optional) vanilla glaze: 1 cup sifted powdered sugar 3 tablespoons milk 1 tablespoon vanilla | Step by Step Instructions: cut shorting into flour with pastry blender until mixture resembles coarse meal. Add 1 cup milk, stirring until dry ingredients are moist. Turn dough, put onto a floured surface; knead lightly. Roll dough into a 20x14 inch rectangle; spread the softened butter on dough. Leaving a border of a bout inch. Roll the dough into a log and cut into rolls. Place on a greased cookie sheet and cook at 350 Degrees until golden brown. Brush with frosting and let cool.

55: Narrative: By - Ethan Illes Best dessert ever And you'll love it Never disliked it Awesome Nicely made Amazingist bread you'll ever eat Butter Recipe Eat warmed up Dessert, breakfast, anytime!

56: THE MOST IMPECCABLE SANDWICH EVER!!!!!!! Caution: Made of banana bread, coconut-pecan frosting, and vanilla ice cream By:Rose Liners, Kamryn Haut, and Sadie Adams | NARRATIVE: Cool ice cream that tastes so good!! Warm banana bread that smells so good!! Amazing frosting that looks so good!! Hearing children cheer for it sounds so good!! The combination of cool, creamy, and warm feels good in my tummy!!!!

57: BANANA BREAD ingredients: 1/2 cup oil 1 cup sugar 2 eggs beaten 3 bananas mashed 2 cups flour 1 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 3 Tbs. milk 1 tsp. vanilla 3 bowls 1 bread pan step-by-step instructions: Step one: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix the oil, eggs, bananas, milk, and vanilla in a bowl. Step two: Mix the sugar, flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt in a separate bowl. Step three: Mix all together in the third bowl, make sure that it is mixed thoroughly. Step four: Bake at 350 degrees in a greased bread pan for about an hour and a half. | VANILLA ICE CREAM Ingredients: -3 large egg yolks, slightly beaten - 1 cup sugar -1 cup milk -1teaspoon salt -2 cup whipping (heavy) cream -1 tablespoon vanilla Step by step instructions: -Step 1: mix egg yolks, sugar, milk, and salt in a 2 quart sauce pan -Step 2: cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, just to boiling (do not boil it!) -Step 3: Refrigerate uncovered in chilled bowl 2-3 hours, stirring occasionally until room temperature -Step 4: Stir whipping cream and vanilla into milk mixture -Step 5: pour into 1 quart ice cream freezer and freeze according to manufacturers direction | COCONUT-PECAN FROSTING Ingredients: 1 cup of evaporated milk 1 cup sugar 3 egg yolks 1/4 lb. margarine 1 tsp. vanilla About 1 1/3 cups of flake coconut 1 cup chopped pecans Instructions: First, combine all your ingredients, then pour them into a saucepan. Next, cook over medium heat for 12 minutes while stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Then, remove it from the heat and add about 1 1/3 cups of flake coconut and 1 cup of chopped pecans. Finally, beat until cool and of spreading consistency.

58: Chinese donuts: By Savanah Kramek and her Stepmom ingredients: -*1 of a cup of sugar * 1/4 of a cup of cinnamon * Small pot * 2 cups of vegetable oil * 1 container of Pillsbury butter-milk biscuits step-by-step: 1.Take each biscuit from the Pillsbury container and roll it in a ball, then make a hole in the middle. 2.Fill the small pot up with vegetable oil and turn it to medium 3.Put one biscuit in the pot (cook one at a time) let it cook until golden brown. You now have a donut. 4.Mix the sugar and cinnamon together on a plate, and spread the donut (on each side) in a circle on the plate. 5.Eat and Enjoy! History of the recipe: My family and my church went out to eat at the Hibachi Grill Buffet, and for dessert they had Chinese donuts. My step mom and I were so obsessed with them we wanted to make them our self. So we got online and found the recipe, now we eat it all the time! Narrative: By - Savanah Kramek Donut poem Sugar and powder! Can't say it any louder! Who knew? That you too! Would like them this much But, don't eat them before lunch! Have them for dessert But be alert They can make your stomach hurt!

59: ultimate chocolate chip cookies: By Christiah Byrne and her Grandmother INGREDIANTS 1 cup granulated sugar 2 cups packed brown sugar 1 cup butter or margarine, softened 1 teaspoon of vanilla 1 egg 2 cups of gold medal all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup of coarsely chopped nuts 1 package (12 ounces) Semi-sweet chocolate chips (2 cups) STEPS Step one: Heat oven to 375 degrees Step two: Mix sugars, butter, vanilla, and egg in large bowl. Stir in flour, baking soda, and salt (dough will be stiff) Stir in nuts and chocolate chips. Step three: Drop dough by rounded tablespoonfuls about two inches apart onto ungreased cookie sheet. Step four: bake cookies 8 – 10 minutes or until light brown (centers will be soft) cool slightly; remove from cookie sheet. Cool on wire rack. ORIGIN/HISTORY OF THE RECIPE My recipe is special to me because my grandmother would make them. She would always get up early in the morning before I did and bake them. She would always make them and then when she was done she would sit them beside me while I was sleeping hoping it would wake me up. NARRATIVE: By Christiah Byrne Gram's cookies Mm what is that I smell? Is it what I think it is? It is!! It is grams famous chocolate chip cookies. Waking up in the morning to the fresh smell of homemade cookies! Thinking back to the good times when brother and I got along. Thinking of how good those cookies look, wondering how much you are drooling right now from looking at them. Oh how I wish you could just taste one bite of them, you wouldn't regret it I promise.

60: 4 Layered Dessert By: Aiden Cook and his mom Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups of flour 3/4 cups of margarine 3/4 cups of finely chopped nuts 1 softened 8oz package of cream cheese 1 cup of powdered sugar 8oz container of cool whip 2pkgs. of instant pudding 3 cups of milk | Step by step instructions: Combine flour and margarine, blend well and add finely chopped nuts. Pat in bottom of pan bake at 350 degrees for 15 min. Cool completely (2hrs). Combine softened cream cheese, powdered sugar - beat well and add cool whip , blend and spread over first layer. Mix instant pudding and milk as directed on pudding container and spread on second layer. Spread cool whip on top add sprinkle a few nuts all over. Add maraschino cherries. Refrigerate 2-3 hrs.

61: History of Dilmers Lemon Cake: This recipe came from my aunt, many people made it but hers was the best. I ate it only in the summer time. We always eat it on my birthday and when we all get out of the pool. So, I told my mom to make it. So my aunt showed my mom how to make it and she did! | Narrative: By - Carson Edwards A chef tried to bake a cake, but it turned out over baked. So the chef who over baked the cake tried to make brownies, but he ended up getting a bunch of frowns. So he tried to make chocolate fudge, but the chef was allergic to chocolate. So the chef searched and searched for another ingredient. He tried to use eggs but it ended up bad. So finally after using tons of different ingredients the chef used peanut butter and it was amazing.

62: Karyn Liddic, 4 Remington Froncek, 6 Derek Treants, 7 Cameron Truett, 8 Bryanna Rodriguez, 10 Kevin Campbell, 12 Kara Westmoreland, 14 Paige Schrom, 16 Haley Cano, 18 Marques Hodges, 20 Zach Weisend, 22 Kaitlyn O'Brien, 24 & 25 Thomas Reynolds, 26 Jessica Burke, 28 Makenzie Laureano, 30 Abby Oqueli, 32 Mathias Gibson, 34 Gabrielle Thompson, 36 Celine Pandosy, 38 | Hannah Norton, 39 Dylan Sanderson, 40 Courtney Watson, 42 Marianna Gil-Nolasco, 44 Xavier Robinson, 46 DJ Ellsworth, 48 Katherine Scarborough, 50 Kylee Musan, 52 Skylar Stollings, 54 Rose Liners, 57 Kamryn Haut, 57 Sadie Adams, 57 Savanah Kramek, 58 Christiah Bryne, 59 Aidan Cook, 60 | Index: Recipe Authors

63: Brandon Saxer, 5 Kara Westmoreland, 7 Frank Smith, 9 Kamryn Haut, 9 Bryanna Rodriguez, 11 Ryan Hill, 11 Kevin Campbell, 13 Kyarra Carpenter, 15 Brooke Norman, 17 Corey Rickards, 19 Maddie Anzaldi, 21 Hannah Ballard, 23 Kame McComas, 25 Lavance White, 27 Dakota Harbin, 27 Summer Wendt, 29 Vivian Meadows (history), 31 Ryan Haught, 31 | Abby Oqueli, 33 Haley Cano, 35 Celine Pandosy, 37 Marques Hodges, 41 Courtney Watson, 43 Jenny Le, 43 Ziggy Stanley, 47 Mathias Gibson, 49 Kayla Cordiero, 51 Casey Donnelly, 53 Ethan Ilse, 55 Rose Liners, Kamryn Haut, Sadie Adams, 56 Savanah Kramek, 58 Christiah Bryne, 59 Dilmer Meraz (history), 61 Carson Edwards, 61 | Index: Narrative Authors

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  • Title: More than a Cookbook
  • A cookbook and more - it's narratives and histories, along with recipes written by my 7th grade students.
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