A to Z Challenge – Z is for Zeus’ Nectar – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Zeus’ Nectar aka Slushy Punch c. 1990 The picture is what a frozen batch looks like. For the alcohol imbibers

A to Z Challenge – Y is for YIKES! I’ve been skunked – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes   Skunk Spray Deodorizer This isn’t a hand-me-down family recipe, but it is a sure-fire skunk spray deodorizer. I don’t

A to Z Challenge – X is for Xtra Cinnamony Cinnamon Popcorn – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Cinnamon Popcorn c. 1965 My apologies for the “Xtra Cinnamony”. Sort of feels like cheating, but it was the best

A to Z Challenge – W is for Wheat Flakes Muffins – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Wheat Flakes Muffins c. 1970 These are also called 6-Week Bran Muffins, because they last several weeks in the fridge.

A to Z Challenge – V is for Vegetables and Crackers Dip – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Vegetables & Crackers Dip c. 1980 Until next time, Kaye Spencer writing through history once romance upon a time

A to Z Challenge – U is for Ultra-Creamy Chocolate Pudding Cake – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Chocolate Pudding Cake c. 1950 Until next time, Kaye Spencer writing through history once romance upon a time

A to Z Challenge – T is for Tiny Tea Cookies – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Tiny Tea Cookies c. 1968 I made these cookies in 7th grade home economics class. The teacher’s only method of

A to Z Challenge – S is for Stuffed Sopaipillas – Hand-Me-Down Family Recipe by Kaye Spencer #atozchallenge #recipes

A Month of Hand-Me-Down Recipes Stuffed Sopaipillas c. 1973 I don’t remember when I came across the basic stuffed sopaipilla recipe, but I do remember

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