My mom passed down this cheese ball recipe to me. It is wonderful. We had it every New Year's Eve with party crackers. It's been a long time since I've made it myself, so I am guessing with the prep time and servings.
I got this recipe from my JC Penny/United Way Cookbook. It is absolutely wonderful! My hubby loves it. It's sweet but not too sweet and I love using the sauce over rice. Watch out though - it's a diet killer.
I got this recipe from a friend years ago. In the Philippines they actually used monkey meat, but here in the USA we use pork steak. The number of bamboo skewers used depends on the amount of meat you prefer on each skewer. I guessed for this recipe.
I got this recipe from a US Navy Warrant Officer while we were stationed in Washington state. It is FANTASTIC! The Old Bay spice really jazzes up the corn and shrimp. No need for salt and pepper, just put on a little butter and you're ready for dinner! I'm not sure on the amount of Old Bay Spice to be used. I vary it by my taste.
This is a consolidation of my mom's recipe and my own touches. I use to use just 1 pound (or more) of ground beef, but now that I have changed my eating habits, the turkey is incorporated into it, making it a little healther. Adjust the amounts as you need or to your desires. Sometimes I use more onion, sometimes less. I also sprinkle in garlic powder and Accent every once in a while.
I got this recipe from the Fanny Farmer Cookbook - years and years ago. It is the first cake I ever learned to make. I believe the first time I made it I was about 10 years old. I also taught my boys how to make this when they were 8 and 10. It's very easy. Tasty enough, but the frosting is what adds the most flavor. I use the store bought frosting on it. Very simple to make and like the title says - it's great for a dessert on a busy day!
This is a recipe my mom passed down to me. I don't know where she got it, but it is a big hit with my teen boys and all our friends. It's like a brownie, but it's cake. It's chocolately, but not too much.
i got this recipe from a friend while stationed in WA state. It was one of my favorites for a while - but can be a little more work than some of our more modern oven fried chicken recipes. It is definitely yummy! I've used the same method on pork chops and it tastes great too.
I got this recipe from my mother-in-law. I don't remember where she got it from. My hubby and boys love it. It's very simple to make and is great served with a salad and biscuits. Prep time does not include cooking the chicken and rice.
My mom always made this cake at Christmas time. She would cut it in bar size pieces and put it with the Christmas cookies. It was always one of my favorites, and my dad's as well. Don't over bake and make sure you keep it in a air tight container until you are ready to eat. Measurements for the frosting are approximates. Only add enough water to make the glaze easily spreadable. These can be frozen for a couple weeks.