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    He swung the arm as if to throw away the source of pain.

    Pumpkin Bread

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    Here’s my daughter’s favorite recipe — when I don’t cook it too long!  It makes 2 loaves.  I got the recipe from my Aunt Leta (so long ago that she doesn’t remember ever making it).  I’ve since shared it with several other family members.

    In a large bowl, combine:

    3  1/3  C.  flour

    3  C.  sugar

    2  tsp. soda

    1  tsp. cinnamon

    1  tsp. nutmeg

    1  tsp. salt

    Make a hole in the middle,  and  add the following: 

    1 C. oil

    1 tsp. vanilla

    2/3 C. water

    1 can of pumpkin (or 2 C.)

    Stir well and put into 2 greased and floured loaf pans.

    Bake about 1 hour at 350 degrees Farenheit.

    Let cool for 10 minutes in pan, and then remove from pan.

    Posted by Margot on Nov 3rd 2007 | Filed in Recipes | Comments (0)


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  • Welcome to Margot’s Home Cooking

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    I don’t know about you, but this time of year always gets me ready to start cooking.  I love the smell of home baked pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, and apple dumplings.  Yum, yum!!  There’s just something about the aroma of cinnamon and nutmeg that helps to make Thanksgiving what it is.  I’ve gathered several recipes from my grandmother and my husband’s grandmothers that I love to cook during the holidays.  It brings back great childhood memories — and helps keep me close to them.  I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as my family has.

    Posted by Margot on Nov 3rd 2007 | Filed in Stories | Comments (0)