Spices and candied fruit are in these chewy cookie squares. From an article in Family Circle Magazine 12/11/1979 about delicious Christmas cookies made at the White House by their German chef. (My clipping is falling apart!)
This yummy chili can be made with real meat or soy/tofu substitutes. I made it for "treat day" at my DH's school. It was Lent and there were a bunch of people who wanted chili, but needed to eat meatless. Everyone likes this but I always have extra chili powder and hot sauce available for those who like it a little hotter.
A hearty one-pot meal for a cold winter's evening. The original called for "meat from pork's neck" but you can easily use another cut of pork. Also, just called for spices, I interpreted that to be pepper, rosemary, and thyme. Experiment!
A nice party punch for Christmas or any time. (I have no idea why this has a Hawaiian title - one would think it should contain pineapple juice or something else more tropical... hmm, might have to add pineapple juice myself!!)
This is another version of white chili adapted from Women's Day magazine. Cooking time depends on if you cook on high or low. Corn can be canned or frozen - you can use the whole can by the way! Different kinds peppers can be substituted as well. Enjoy!
My mom got this recipe from Mabel, the cook for the family in Baltimore where my mom was the governess in the late 1930's - early 1940's. These were a staple every Christmas when I was a child. Cooking time is approximate for each tray; rolls of dough can be kept in fridge for a week or so.
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