My Family Cookbook
Cousin Michelle and Michael's Quesadillas
Cousin Michael's Seven Layer Dip
Stuffed Green Peppers – Aunt Sherry
Shrimp Jambalaya – Aunt Kiki
Baked Peanut Butter Popcorn – Grandma Dot
Grandma Dot’s Layered Lettuce Salad
Grandma Dot’s Quiche Lorraine
Mom’s Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies (From Grandma Dot)
Aunt Kiki’s Creamed Chicken and Cornbread
Spaghetti – Aunt Kiki
Aunt Kiki’s Enchilada Casserole
Aunt Kiki’s Chicken Pot Pie
Down-Home Beef Hash from Aunt Kiki
Aunt Sherry’s Chicken Cacciatore
Chicken and Spinach Casserole (Aunt Alex’s Favorite)
Caramel Chocolate stuffed Snickerdoodles (Kenzie’s Favorite)
Beef Enchilada's (Chase's Favorite)
Crock Pot Chicken Alfredo (Hannah's favorite)
Pina Colada Cake (Aunt Sarah's favorite)
Grilled "Samiches" (A favorite of your Grandpa Strban)
Bread and Butter Pickles – Uncle Michael’s favorite
Applesauce Oaties – Great, Great Grandma Hannon
Uncle Smiley’s Chili
Nina’s Hot Chocolate Mix
Baked Chicken and Rice – Great, Great Grandma Hannon
Nina’s Chicken Spinach Florentine
Aunt Louise’s Meat Loaf
Granny Callaway’s Orange Slice Cookies
Aunt Lauren’s Muffins
Great, Great Grandma Hannon’s Frosted Fruit Salad
Grandpa Lumpkin's Favorite Banana Pudding
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This is a cookbook of my family's recipes. Some of the recipes have been passed down for years, and there are a few that we hope will be passed down along with them.