My mom made a variation of this when I was a child. It's great for a quick weeknight dinner, and your kids will love it. The original recipe called for Swiss cheese cut into strips, and then placed like spokes on a wheel, but I think it is better with shredded cheddar covering it all. Try it either way.
This is our favorite squash casserole. A change from the same old squash casserole that everyone serves. I especially like the fact that you don't pre-cook the squash. I'v been asked for this recipe when ever I take it to a gathering. Enjoy!
A great treat for the cheese and garlic lovers! I got this recipe from the TSR website. The original recipe called for "Bisquick" mix, but I'm sure any quality mix would work just as well. I've been making these biscuits for several years and was surprised not to find them already published on Zaar.
This is an easy white Puto (Filipino Bread) recipe for all us newbies to this form of cooking, it came from an Eighth Grade Class Recipe book of Local St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School. I have not tried this yet but certainly intend to soon. I may need to adjust the steaming time and servings once I get this made.
This is so moist and full of flavor. The sour cream gives it a rich depth of taste. I found this in a church cookbook that I picked up somewhere a number of years ago. The recipe didn't call for powdered sugar, but I like to sprinkle that on coffeecake.