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    Marcia Adams Recipes

    Heartland recipes by Marcia Adams.

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    This recipe comes from Marsha Adams, who hosted a program on American Public Broadcasting stations called Quilt Country. The first time I tried it, I knew it was something that I had to share with you. I use those Spanish green olives that are stuffed with pimentos, because it adds some nice color.Since the recipe calls for diced, I save a little money by using the ones that come sliced in the jar because they are made from olives that are not perfect enough to be sold whole

    Recipe #5174

    From Heartland by Marcia Adams, c. 1991. The traditional accompaniment is boiled potatoes and a glass of beer.

    Recipe #351142

    I'm collecting Marcia Adams recipes and found this posted on the internet. It is originally from Cooking from Quilt Country. This would be nice for a brunch, holiday dinner or family gathering.

    Recipe #286187

    This is a great make-ahead dish from Marcia Adams of Fort Wayne, Indiana. It took the top $10,000 prize in the National Chicken Cooking Contest in Dallas, Texas. It sounds weird, but it is good.

    Recipe #19369

    This recipe is from Marcia Adams' book Cooking from Quilt County. I loved this non-ketchup based marinade. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts.

    Recipe #171379

    3 Reviews |  By acerast

    Marcia Adams is an exceptional cook and author who hosted the PBS show, "Amish Cooking from Quilt Country". This is a delicious peach cobbler that is unusual in that the dry ingredients and peaches are layered and then boiling water is poured over all before it bakes into a lovely summer dessert. My Dad loves this and my Mom has phoned me many times over the years asking for this recipe when she has misplaced it. Now it's posted for all of us to share.

    Recipe #108191

    I found this recipe in a Marsha Adams cookbook and adapted it to suit my family's taste. It is perfect cold-weather food. My husband loves to come home to the aroma of this stew cooking! Don't let the long list of ingredients fool you, it is really easy to throw together.

    Recipe #109725

    Another recipe from Marsha Adams. These puffy light dumplings are simmered in stewed tomatoes.

    Recipe #112944

    1 Reviews |  By acerast

    I clipped the original recipe from the newspaper many years ago. It is another from Marcia Adams. I've changed it a bit since then, but not much...it is hard to improve on anything by Marcia Adams.

    Recipe #165446

    These sandwiches are delicious. I got the recipe a long time ago from a television show called "Cooking From Quilt Country" with Marcia Adams. Plan ahead as the filling needs to chill overnight.

    Recipe #87786


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