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8 Vintage Favorites Your Grandparents Used To Make and Love

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Pea Salad                                                           A creamy, tangy, and sweet punch to any meal, pea salad is the hidden star of the salad world. This is the type of side dish you would find at any potluck. It's also a marvel of prep ahead—half the work is done by your fridge!

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Amish Bread with Cinnamon The stuff of sweet, cinnamon-y stories, Amish Cinnamon Bread is ready to compete with any upscale bakery loaf. The kind of treat that will make the neighbors knock on your door because of the aromas filling the kitchen. 

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Baked Manicotti Dig in with a forkful of Baked Manicotti, where marinara and ground beef are wrapped within pasta shells that serve as comfortable beds for cheese. It resembles the entertaining cousin of lasagna.

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Amish Macaroni Salad In one delicious recipe, Amish Macaroni Salad combines everything creamy and flavorful. It's the side dish that consistently appears at potlucks and is never left over. After tasting a spoonful of this, you'll see why it's a timeless favorite.

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Icebox Cake Put away your oven mitts; Icebox Cake, with its allure of cool whipping and no baking, is here to stay. This chilled dish layers whipped cream, berries, and graham crackers.

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Cracker Barrel Meatloaf The meal that will make you forget you're not at Cracker Barrel is the meatloaf. It has the perfect amount of seasoning and 100% comfort factor. You will be taken to a country porch rocking chair with only one taste.

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Salt Potatoes These Salt Potatoes are creamy and buttery, and one mouthful will transport you to upstate New York. They're delectable, bite-sized, and just itching for a bath in butter. 

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Italian Ricotta Cookies Nonna's soft, cake-like delicacies on the counter were called Italian Ricotta Cookies. Yes, these are a Christmas must, but really, who needs a holiday when there are cookies this good? Each mouthful feels like a little vacation in Italy.