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Thread: Mama's Potato Cakes Recipe

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    I like this recipe. It's the way I was always taught to make them. Now I'm hungry!!

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    Hmmm, very similiar to the "Tady Bread" we used to have at home. On difference was that they were rollled out before cooking.

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    I love these! My mother used to make them too. Sometimes, she would put the leftover corn in them too. I have made them in the past but they just don't taste the same. . .

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    YUM... potato cakes... an all time family favorite..

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    I make mine this way except if add a few sprinkles of garlic powder. Sometimes I add chopped parsley too. They are sooooo good......

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    I love these

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    Thanks. This is a great website. Lots of good recipes.

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    I really like this site. I bookmarked it for later. The pizza casserole sounds good too.

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    This is the way I make mine but I add parsley and diced onion. Thanks for this great website. I've added it to my favorites!!!!

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    My mom taught me to make them this way, too, except she fried them in bacon drippings - talk about GOOD !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol's Quilts
    My mom taught me to make them this way, too, except she fried them in bacon drippings - talk about GOOD !
    Right there with ya, girlfriend!!!

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    Had them many times when I was growing up, mom never taught me to cook,(she did teach me to sew). Do remember trying to make them once when I went out on my own, no luck. I will have to try again using this recipe. Thannk you.

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    My mother used to make them. I miss my mother's cooking. She has been gone for 8 years this New Years Eve.

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    You just never get over missing your mother. Thankfully I think I have most of her recipes.Of course some read a dash of that and a pinch of that.What? I need real measurements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt-Till-U-Wilt
    You just never get over missing your mother. Thankfully I think I have most of her recipes.Of course some read a dash of that and a pinch of that.What? I need real measurements.

    Wow! Great recipes and I can't wait to try the RICE PUDDING recipe....yummy. Thanks for this great site.

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    Rice pudding. I missed that. One of my favorites.

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    My mother use to make these, I still do but mine have lots of onion. They are so good.

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    I am going to make these.

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    thank you Crafty

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    My Mom used to make bread pudding when we were kids. I only ate it a few times because my whole family raved over it but they put it in a bowl while it was warm and pour cream or milk over it....yuck! ! ! I can't eat anything muchy and even though, I can't dunk a donut and put it in my mouth without choking, crazy huh! Now that I'm older, I realize that not everything that has milk over it gets mushy. LOL I guess it was one of those kid things like eating vegetables. And, I don't ever remember Mom saying I 'had' to put milk on it. I used to sneak in the frig later in the evening after we were finished dinner and scoop a little out of the tray and eat it cold, yum yum....lol...The crazy things we do when we're kids, lololol...Anyhow, I remember her bread pudding being soooo good, with out the milk/cream...

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    thanks for the recipe

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