This recipe comes from the Luby's Cafeteria 50th Anniversary Cookbook. The crisp colors and tangy dill dressing make this one-of-a-kind slaw a hit! --Note-- refrigeration time is noted as cooking time (2 hours).
A copy cat recipe. I haven't tried this one yet. Although at the 4-H District Speech Supper last year, one lady brought a salad similar to this one, but without the cucumbers in it. A person could change the kind of veggies, and probably half the recipe for your family.
From the Luby's Cafeteria 50th Anniversary Cookbook for fans of cafeteria cuisine. The contrasting textures and tangy-sweet taste of this salad make it a hands-down crowd pleaser. Cut cheese, celery, and bell pepper into pea-size pieces to enhance the salad's appearance. Cooking time is chilling time.
“Chicken frying” steak originated as a way of tenderizing less-tender yet great-tasting cuts of meat. No Southern cookbook is complete without a recipe for this regional favorite.
Use any flour remaining from the breading process for the cream gravy. From the Luby's Cafeteria 50th Anniversary Cookbook.
This recipe comes from the Luby's 50th Anniversary Cookbook. It suggests for a different meatloaf to tope it off with barbecue sauce. The leftovers make a good sandwich! I have not made this meat loaf in my kitchen, but I have eaten it at Luby's, and it is very good. The prep time is a guesstimate!
This is a classic favorite of all of the Luby's Cafeteria customers. From the Luby's 50th Anniversary Recipe Collection Cookbook. The taste of this M&C might be a little bland, but you can always kick it up.