Recipes from friends of Gooseberry Patch , Heart of the Home (Susan Branch), and other great cooks!
Pretend this is one of those comb-bound spiral cookbooks, right there on the shelf: flour-dusted, grease-speckled, slopped with sauce!
These are easy to make you can do the wonton wraps the day or so ahead and have the sausage mixture made in advance then just 5 minutes before serving you fill the wraps and pop them in the oven. For a lighter exterior I prefer to use Spring Roll wraps. Use your regular pork breakfast sausage. if you wish use Italian sausage or bratwurst
"In my search for the perfect mocha cheesecake, I ended up combining a few of my favorite recipes to create this delicious version. It's as much a feast for the eyes as for the palate!" Submitted to taste of home by Sue Gronholz.
I found this in Southern Living several years ago and make it often, especially when bringing a meal to someone. It freezes well which is good since the recipe is much more than my family can eat. I usually make it either in 2 2qt baking dishes or 3 9x9 pans for freezing and add a little extra cheese on top. Light sour cream, lowfat milk and Healthy Request soup work well for a lower fat version.
It is so nice to be able to have these prepared frozen pies waiting for you to bake and serve within an hour's notice. I like to mix my favorite apples, Cortlands and Granny Smith, for this recipe. The brine will keep the apples from turning in this easy recipe.
A friend of mine gave this to me as a gift for my b-day. She knows how much I love potatoes and this has become a treasured guilty pleasure. A quick, easy lunch. Adapted from the Gooseberry Patch Gifts for Giving cookbook.