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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches {The Dairy Good Cookbook Giveaway}


Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches Recipe from The Dairy Good Cookbook. Baked Ham and Cheese sandwiches with a savory butter sauce spread on the buns - butter, onion, dijon mustard, toasted sesame seeds and Worcestershire sauce. It reminded me of our favorite Party Ham Rolls, but with the yummy sauce on the inside of the sandwich instead of on top. The sandwiches tasted SOOO good. Seriously delicious. We will never eat another Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich.

I have a new favorite cookbook; the new The Dairy Good CookbookDairy farmers created and inspired the recipes throughout the book. Many of the recipes talk about its history and recount memories of enjoying the food. The book includes beautiful on-the-farm photos, profiles on the dairy farmers, and profiles on the six major dairy cow breeds. Dairy remains a community-based business, and dairy farmers are among the original environmentalists. Their commitment to their cows, the land, and other natural resources is rooted in doing the right thing for their animals, their families, and their businesses.

I started flipping through the cookbook as soon as I received it and ended up bookmarking tons of the recipes.  The Dairy Good Cookbook features more than 100 recipes that showcase the unique tastes and versatility of dairy, from cheese and yogurt to milk and butter. I probably bookmarked 75 of them for us to try. If you follow the blog, you know that I am a HUGE fan of dairy products, especially cheese! I've been known to sneak a few bites right out of the bag of shredded cheese while preparing dinner. I love cooking with milk, cheese and yogurt. All of our favorite recipes include some type of dairy. I cannot wait to cook my way through this cookbook!

These Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches immediately caught my eye. I loved the savory butter spread slathered on the buns. The butter spread is made with butter, onion, Dijon mustard, toasted sesame seeds and Worcestershire sauce. It reminded me of our favorite Party Ham Rolls, but with the yummy sauce on the inside of the sandwich instead of on top. The sandwiches tasted SOOO good. Seriously delicious. We will never eat another Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich. This is now the "go-to" recipe! I absolutely loved that the sandwiches could be made ahead of time and refrigerated until I was ready to bake them. Perfect for summer parties and tailgating this Fall! 

Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches Recipe from The Dairy Good Cookbook. Baked Ham and Cheese sandwiches with a savory butter sauce spread on the buns - butter, onion, dijon mustard, toasted sesame seeds and Worcestershire sauce. It reminded me of our favorite Party Ham Rolls, but with the yummy sauce on the inside of the sandwich instead of on top. The sandwiches tasted SOOO good. Seriously delicious. We will never eat another Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich.


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June is National Dairy Month. 
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This recipe is used with permission from The Dairy Good Cookbook, Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC.




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Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwiches
serves 6
(Printable Recipe)

  • 4 Tbsp butter, softened
  • 1 Tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 2 Tbsp finely chopped onion
  • 1 Tbsp sesame seeds, toasted
  • 1 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 6 onion or poppyseed hamburger buns
  • 1 1/4 lb thinly sliced deli ham
  • 12 slices Swiss cheese

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine butter, mustard, onion, sesame seeds, and Worcestershire sauce in a small bowl. Stir until smooth.

To assemble sandwiches, spread the butter mixture on the cut surfaces of the bun tops and bottoms. Evenly divide the ham amount the six buns. Top each pile of ham with two slices of cheese and a bun top. Wrap each sandwich in aluminum foil and place on a baking sheet.

Bake for 20-25 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the sandwiches are warmed through. Serve warm.

**Sandwiches can be assembled ahead of time and stored, wrapped in foil, in the refrigerator up to twelve hours before baking.**

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133 comments:

  1. My all time favorite cheese dish is mac and cheese the way Mom used to make it, she used a lot of cheddar cheese and it had to be the sharpest you could find, I still make it today but it doesn't seem to taste as good as hers did.

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  2. My two favorite things cookbooks and cheese! :)

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  3. My family loves my Grandmother's lasagna! All that ricotta and mozzarella cheese! It is the perfect Sunday dinner to be shared with the family generation after generation!

    heatherp626@msn.com

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  4. The sandwich looks delicious Steph. Please omit from the giveaway.

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  5. My family loves Macaroni & Cheese. I'm required to bring it to every family event. I think I might be disowned if I didn't!

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  6. One of my favorite dairy recipes is homemade mac and chees. This is one I especially like : http://cookingwithcarlee.blogspot.com/2015/02/slow-cooker-corny-macaroni-and-cheese.html

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  7. Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes!

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  8. I always make cheesy chicken casserole every few weeks, my whole family will eat this

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  9. The common denominator in all of my favorite recipes is cheese , whether in the form of cheddar, parmesan, swiss, cream cheese, the list goes on !!! Oh and then there is sour cream, Yum !

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  10. My mom's pimento cheese. Hers was totally different than most because she used American cheese instead of cheddar. So creamy and good...

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  11. My mother-in-law's lasagna! They live out of state so anytime I make it, it's a nice reminder of them!

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  12. Mac and cheese with whole milk, sharp cheddar and salted butter, mmm mmm good!

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  13. My dad is Swedish (I am adopted from Korea) and his mom always made him "Swedish pancakes" which are flour, milk, eggs, baking powder, and a little salt. I am not sure of their exact European origin, but they are different than typical American fluffy pancakes. They are slightly thicker than a crepe and he used to make them for me growing up every Sunday morning. I would enjoy them with a little butter and syrup then place a sausage link on top and roll it up :) Now I make them for my husband and son and I still love them. So simple, but delicious and reminds me of my childhood!

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  14. I also tweeted :)
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  15. It seems everything I make - be it appetizer, main dish or dessert - has some type of cheese or milk in it. I "have" to have my glass of milk every morning or right before bed. This cookbook looks great!

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  16. My favorite dish with dairy to make is lasagna...it is a recipe I got from a neighbor years ago & it never fails to please!

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  17. My son always had my mother make him mac & cheese when he visited. It was the simplicity that he liked. A "runny" roux with just a couple slices of American cheese.

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  18. My dad's side of the family is Italian and he always made great lasagna and baked ziti dishes for our occasions. I now make these dishes because they are delicious and feed a lot of people.

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  20. I don't have a specific recipe that shows my love of dairy, but I have been a cheese monger (whiz) for the last 6 years, so dairy is my life!

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  21. We live in Dairy Country. It is important to our community!!! Cheese is well loved. This is a recipe that my mom has made for my birthday every year since I was a little girl. I love it. Cheesy Chicken-4-6 chicken breasts pounded out...and seasoned with a little salt and pepper. coat them in this breading mixture: 1/4 Cup Graded Parm, 1/2 Cup Italian Bread Crumbs, 1/2 tsp Garlic Powder, 1/2 tsp Paprika, 1/2 tsp Onion Powder. Place on Stoneware Baking Sheet. Add a pat of butter to the top of each breast and bake at 350 until cooked through. SO GOOD!!!

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  22. My mom's creamy broccoli & cheese casserole topped with buttery ritz crackers! A whole lot of love in that dish.

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  23. My Mom made the best Hush Puppies when I was growing up. She got the recipe from her Mom, and I also made them when I was growing up, and now make them with my daughter! We use buttermilk in my Hush Puppies, and they are so delicious!

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  24. Tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/605804632577744896

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  25. A really good and cheesy grilled cheese sandwich.

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  26. https://twitter.com/christyjs/status/605830177805836288 I tweeted about the giveaway.

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  27. Looks wonderful. One of my favorites! a classic. xo Catherine

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  28. looks great! Thank you for the chance to win. (fingers crossed :)

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  29. I LOVE all things cheese/dairy. My favorite is any cheesecake though!

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  30. We make a 3-cheese lasagna bake that's out of this world good!

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  31. Tweet- https://twitter.com/groogruxking40/status/605849320227631105

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  32. This recipe has been passed down through my polish family for years, which is homemade potato and cheese pierogies. The best ones ever! We make them every holiday!

    Nicole.ddziedzic at gmail dot com

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  33. Tweeted here: https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz/status/605857943381143555

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  34. Home made ice cream is a food passed down in my family. I have special memories of ice cream on a hot day as a child.

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  35. Growing up, my grandma lived in Georgia and when I was little, the first recipe she taught me to make was cheesy mashed potatoes with whole milk. We make these potatoes every Christmas in honor of her. Over the years, our family has modified the recipe by adding bacon or garlic to the potatoes, but they are still as cheesy as ever. We now call these potatoes Granny Potatoes!! yarbr012 at gmail dot com

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  36. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/605893452157452288 yarbr012 at gmail dot com

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  37. Growing up in rural Kentucky meant having a milk cow and drinking milk at virtually every meal. On rare occasions my momma would make extra biscuits in the morning so she could make cold biscuit pudding for a treat after supper. The extra biscuits were then crumbled with milk, eggs, sugar and Watkins vanilla extract added. This was mixed, put in a loaf pan and baked. While it was wonderful all by itself, we often added sorghum molasses as a topper. Between my daddy and my siblings there were never leftovers for later. Of course you had to have a cold glass of milk to go with it.

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  38. My great grandma's mac and cheese. It is so creamy and delicious. She made it every Thankgiving when I was little. Now, my grandma makes it every year, and hopefully one day, the recipe will be passed down to me.

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  39. Mac and cheese sure is a hit here! It's my story as well. I use to make a mean mac and cheese with my grandmother (cottage cheese and sour cream are the secrets!), and now I do the same with my daughters. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.
    Erin
    ErinLoves2Run at gmail dot com

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  40. I love good cookbooks and cheese, one of my favorites is grilled cheese and variations of this type of food. I love to put cheese in just about any recipe. http://www.plainchicken.com/2015/06/hot-ham-and-cheese-sandwiches-dairy.html

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  41. My daughter's children especially her oldest son love grilled cheese and tomato soup and that is something that is still in use today for me and my husband.

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  42. You know when I was a girl I lived on a farm where fresh milk and cream were available and I used the cream on my oatmeal that is something that I still would do if I could get fresh cream, now I make homemade mac and cheese which the kids and my husband love. I am hoping it will get passed down through the kids to their kids.

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  43. My mother makes the BEST homemade banana ice cream. Always a summer favorite during the Texas heat & humidity. Best memories of the summers when I was a kid & now sharing it with my kids.

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  44. My mom's turkey meat lasagna is a recipe that we've enjoyed for years. When I got married, she included the recipe in a box for me to try out in my new home.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  45. tweet--https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/606189192700379137

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  46. My favorite recipe is buttermilk pancakes

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  47. https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/606281587932528640

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  48. I make a cream puff dessert that everyone loves for their birthday

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  49. https://twitter.com/mkjmc/status/606541959449083907

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  50. We like strawberry pie around this time of year and I try to keep it low calories. It is also easy. You bring 1/4 cup of water to a boil and add jello and stir until the jello is mixed in well. To that, add 2 vanilla yogurt cups, 12 oz. tub of cool whip and stir well. Add it t a graham cracker crust and chill.
    Lori

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  51. One of our family favorite recipes is stuffed pasta shells. I got this recipe clear back in high school in a food service class and to this day the whole family still makes them.
    cshell090869 at aol dot com

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  52. tweeted
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  53. My family has a great recipe for macaroni and cheese! Our secret ingredient: paprika! My dad played around with the recipe for years and it has become a family treasure!


    - Judith

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  54. We always have sweet potato gratin for holiday get-together. It is a family tradition dish that has been passed down through the generations.
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  55. -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/607009101931888641

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  56. Grilled cheese. 2 slices of homemade sandwich bread and gooey chews in the middle. I like mayonnaise on the outside of the bread and a bit of butter in the skillet.

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  57. A dish that has meaning for me is cauliflower au gratin. It was the first recipe I ever made by myself, and my parents loved it!
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

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  58. Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/607282313098096640
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  59. A dish I have always loved was cheese stuffed Italian shells. My mom always used cottage cheese instead of ricotta. I liked it so much, I would request it for my birthday dinner as a kid!

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  60. My Aunt make this decadent custard tart every year at our Christmas family gathering. The silky custard is made with whole milks, eggs, sugar; all baked in a buttery crust. I now make it for my kids from time to time at home. It's probably my favorite dessert to enjoy.
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  61. tweeted:
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  62. tweeted https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/608754195945132032


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  63. We have a cream cheese pound cake recipe that has become a family standard and favorite. My dad was first to make it and I also make it on occasion. In addition to loads of cream cheese, this super rich cake has a whopping 6 eggs in it and 2 full sticks of butter! As kids, my siblings and I loved this cake and now our chilren have grown to love it as well to the point that they fight over who's going to get the last piece.
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  64. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/sazzyfrazzy/status/609883371448041472
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  65. My peanut butter cheesecake is a hit every holiday season with my family; I always make it.

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  66. my tweet https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/610140633492099072

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  67. I make homemade white sandwich bread, which calls for warm milk. It's a classic that I hope my children will make someday.

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  68. When I was a kid, I used to help my grandma cook and bake a lot. I learned so much from her! One of her best, and my favorite, recipes was for her creamy wild rice soup. Heavy cream and milk made it so creamy and delicious!

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  69. Tweet: https://twitter.com/coriwestphal/status/613047930933547008

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  70. As a child, I loved a grilled cheese sandwich with a cup of tomato soup. Now, my family loves my homemade cream of tomato soup with a grilled sandwich made on crusty, artisan bread, slathered with butter and stuffed with a blend of swiss, cheddar, and mozzarella cheeses. Sometimes I’ll add some chopped bacon in with the cheese, too. Now that my son is older, he loves to experiment with different breads and cheeses. Mmmm, I think I’ll make this for dinner tonight!

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  71. Mmm! I love a hot ham & cheese sandwich!
    I enjoy making homemade ice-cream for my family. Our whole family loves it.

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  72. My favorite would have to be my mom’s pumpkin cheesecake! She includes it at every holiday meal, and it is something everyone looks forward to.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  73. TWEET--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/614835801323630592

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  74. my mother in law makes the best banana pudding. It is a family favorite.

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  75. i posted a tweet here:

    https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/614972016915976196

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  76. I love Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Herbs, Cherry Tomatoes, and Fresh Mozzarella. Thanks for the giveaway! :)


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  77. I eat mac and cheese at least three times a week.

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  78. I have a delicious recipe for ham and potato soup that a friend gave to me. It is very easy and the great thing about it is that you can add additional ingredients, more ham, potatoes, etc and it still turns out great.

    Combine 3 1/2 cups peeled and diced potatoes, 1/3 cup diced celery, 1/3 cup finely chopped onion, 3/4 cup diced cooked ham and 3 1/4 cups water in a stockpot. Bring to a boil, then cook over medium heat until potatoes are tender, about 10 to 15 minutes. Stir in 2 tablespoons chicken bouillon granules, salt and pepper to taste. In a separate saucepan, melt 5 tablespoons butter over medium-low heat. Whisk in 5 tablespoons all purpose flour with a fork, and cook, stirring constantly until thick, about 1 minute. Slowly stir in 2 cups milk as not to allow lumps. Continue stirring over medium-low heat until thick, 4 to 5 minutes. Stir the milk mixture into the stockpot, and cook soup until heated through. Serve immediately.

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  79. https://twitter.com/Attea2d/status/615159399431151616

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  80. I like to make creamy fennel soup that was passed down from my grandmother to mom to me!
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  81. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/615197615181987840
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  82. My dish would be lasagna with ricotta cheese. My grandma used to make this on special occasions like birthdays and holidays. Although she passed away 5 years ago, it reminds me so much of the great family celebrations we had with her when she still was alive. I still make her recipe on birthdays.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  83. My grandmother who was Italian always used ricotta cheese to make her gnocchi. Mom learned from her and now I make them the same way.

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  85. We love making Pimiento cheese dip. Every year when the family gets together someone from the family makes the dip and adds their special touch to it. Brittney House

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  86. When I lived in Wisconsin, we visited the Wisconsin State Fair every year primarily for the cream puffs that were served in the dairy building. Cream puffs filled with sweetened whipped cream, and dusted with confectioner's sugar-simply the best!

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  87. We have a meal that is called white sauce meal that we have passed down through generations.

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  88. My mother-in-laws homemade macaroni and cheese. Its always a hit at holiday dinners. I love making it!
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  89. https://twitter.com/disneyfan40/status/615323465168502784
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  90. I love dairy in anything! but my very favorite way to have it is in a milkshake!! Any and all flavors. I just LOVE milkshakes :) this is special to me because it was always a special treat that my mom would make or that we’d get when we’d go out together :)
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  91. Tweeted :) - https://twitter.com/Enter_Now/status/615331188182421508
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  92. My mom cooked the basics for my dad...meat and potatoes, nothing special or fancy. At some point as I got older, I became the mashed potato maker at thanksgiving. Everyone said how they liked my potatoes (perhaps in was the work involved in peeling and mashing that no one else wanted to do, or perhaps it was the addition of just the right amount of milk and butter. So, still nothing fancy and for about 40 years now, my specialty remains mashed potatoes.

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  93. My mom cooked the basics for my dad...meat and potatoes, nothing special or fancy. At some point as I got older, I became the mashed potato maker at thanksgiving. Everyone said how they liked my potatoes (perhaps in was the work involved in peeling and mashing that no one else wanted to do, or perhaps it was the addition of just the right amount of milk and butter. So, still nothing fancy and for about 40 years now, my specialty remains mashed potatoes.

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  94. A family favorite is my mom's Potato Cheese Casserole that includes lots of shredded cheddar cheese and milk. It's usually a team effort - someone peeling and slicing the potatoes, someone grating the blocks of cheddar cheese, and of course Mom assembling the ingredients. We've tried to write down the recipe but there doesn't seem to be exact measurements, just whatever looks right to Mom.

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  95. For every special occasion my family requests my mini chocolate cheesecakes with cherries. I taught my daughter-in-law how to make them and now her family requests them also.
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  96. tweeted
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  97. We love to make cheesecake and the recipe has been passed down from my great grand mother through the generations.

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  98. tweeted
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  99. my favorite dairy recipe that is passed down from my family is my grandma’s creamy cottage cheese and we make this every fourth of July for breakfast


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  100. Homemade waffles a a favorite recipe of mine that uses milk. In fact, I just pulled out my waffle iron yesterday and made a batch. :)
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  101. Tweeted! https://twitter.com/pixel_berry_pie/status/615553858190856192

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  102. It seems that *I* am the one who started the tradition in my family. I made a really good cherry cheese pie one year for Thanksgiving, and now everyone wants it every year.

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  104. We love to make homemade cheesecake my grandmother used to make and pass it on to us

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  105. My cajun chicken pasta is my favorite and it started with me and will definitely be handed down

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  106. Mom's Sweet Vidalia Onion Pie makes one salivate.

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  107. https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/615614499719090176

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  108. my fam absolutly love a dish we ha ve made since they were little its called taco dip made with cottage cheese and cream cheese, they are all grown and now make it for there own family

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  109. It’s always tradition for thanksgiving for my grandmother to prepare homemade macaroni and cheese using different cheeses shredded and grated and milk

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  110. tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/615722916349669376

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  111. We always make buffalo chicken dip for our family parties.

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  112. One of our family's favorite recipes is great-grandma's champurrado (mexican hot chocolate). It's tradition to drink it during Christmas season
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  113. tweet https://twitter.com/iamdadtastic/status/615800292718686209
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  114. My son’s favorite food is mac & cheese. I found a recipe for mac & cheese & chicken muffins that I modified to make into JUST mac & cheese. Very simple, very delicious, and according to my son “even better than Applebees!” Here it is – 8 oz macaroni cooked and drained, 1 T butter melted, whisk in 1 T flour and a 1 t. salt. Cook 1 min. Whisk in 1.5 cups of whole milk, bring to boil and simmer 3 minutes. Turn off heat and mix in 1 cup of shredded or cubed white cheddar and .25 cup of shredded parm. I like to add steamed broccoli but it’s perfect without it too. dmarie824 at aol dot com

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  115. TWEETED - https://twitter.com/dmarie824/status/615934528717074432
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  116. When I make boxed macaroni and cheese dinners, I always think of my grandma. I add any cheeses I have on hand to it, real butter, and evaporated milk just like she did. It can turn any cheap box of that stuff into heaven! Every time I visited grandma, she would have this concoction on the stove for me . LOL
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    14earth at gmail dot com

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  117. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/615989535256801280
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  118. My mother’s homemade baked macaroni and cheese topped with whole plum tomatoes that I loved while growing and now is our family favorite.

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  119. https://twitter.com/myfolly/status/616009882131632128

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  120. My favorite is a sour cream cheese potato casserole that my Grandmother cooked often. We still fix one every now and then.

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  121. https://twitter.com/ardy22/status/616022478951821312

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  122. one of my kids fav dishes is a taco dip made with cottage cheese and cream cheese , now they make it for there family

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  123. I cook homemade cookies with my grand mother

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  124. https://twitter.com/momsfocus/status/616026126192783360

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  125. Homemade pizza stone pizza with a mozzarella filled crust and loaded with lots of cheese. My kids enjoy learning how it's done and eating the results.

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  126. Our family favorite is cheese enchiladas made with cheddar cheese.

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  127. https://twitter.com/SandyHeadtke/status/616384850811990016

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  128. Would be a great picnic item. Thanks for the recipe.

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  129. Creamed spinach with evaporated milk and two kinds of cheese. Loosley modeled off the Junior League of Baton Rouge cookbook.

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