Totally forgot all about this recipe. I submitted it for a church cookbook 100 yrs. ago! Like so many of these dips, it's easy to make and really good, although it IS a tad spicy; but as Forrest Gump would say, "Spicy is as spicy does." It's worth a try, right? Enjoy!
Found this on Mormon Chic while looking for pots for a crowd. Waaayyyy too easy. The family loves them, especially our 7 y.o. granddaughter who can't keep her fingers out of the bowl! This makes a lot of potatoes, so it's great for a crowd.
I got this from a box of Pillsbury Cheesecake Swirl Brownie Mix. This is so easy (most Brownies-in-a-box are, don't you think?) and OH...SO...SCRUMPTIOUS! There is just something about the cherry pie filling that turns an otherwise basic brownie recipe into a really special treat. Definitely a crowd pleaser.
I know, I know. Another mac and cheese recipe. But, wait. Maybe it's not as cholesterol-crazy as some; or, is that just wishful thinking on my part? I first served this about 30 years ago when Dave and I were first married. Really impressed his mom. Still makin' it today; still impressin' folks today. I like making it, and so does my arthritis. It's that easy. I prefer the medium shells. Elbow macaroni is so...well...elbow macaroni.
Hubby Dave found this recipe heaven only knows where; but wherever it came from, he likes to make it and folks love to eat it on their dogs and burgers. Dave likes it alone-on-a-bun. For good 'ol Dave, then, it's a win-win recipe. Hope it is for you, too!
Jumped out at me while leafing through the August '08 issue of "Cuisine at Home." According to the article, this grilled chicken is cooked and sold from roadside stands in Hawaii. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds wonderful. At first sight it looks like a lot of work, but I bet it isn't. Just a lot of ingredients. If you make it before me, let us all know how it is, O.K?
I got this recipe a good 20 years ago from a woman I worked with. I've been making it at holiday time ever since because, 1) the simmering spices make for a symphony of aroma that takes me back to my favorite spot in grandma's kitchen, and 2) with my arthritis, it's a simple, tart-y way for me to say, "you're special." Hope you enjoy the making, smelling and giving away..
What can I say? It's a bit of work and time consuming, but it's one of those hand-me-down recipes that keeps you grounded. You know the kind. My grandmother, Baba, (Russian for old lady) learned this from the woman she worked for during the depression. Baba taught mom. Mom taught me, and I taught my 39 yr. old daughter who faithfully makes it every year. NOTE: Not sure of package size for stuffing cubes.
It's so easy to make and so wonderfully tasty basted on top of that holiday ham, and don't forget...there's always tomorrow, so tuck away a couple of those slices of ham, but DON'T LET ANYONE CATCH YOU! Hope you like it.
Mom met Betty through church and she quickly became a welcomed addition to our family. I'm submitting this recipe because 1) it's easy to make, 2) is a good way to combine cabbage and cheese, and 3) the men I've served it to really like it.
Mom made this cake for years, especially for bake sales. She dressed it up so nice with her rum glaze and maraschino cherries. She says don't be shy with the rum glaze, generously pricking with cooking fork and saturating with turkey baster! What can I tell you? Mom's Rum Cake was the first to go at bake sales. Wonder if the secret to her 88 years is rum. See Mom's Mincemeat Pie recipe. No matter what, mom always baked like she wrapped gifts--with tender, loving care.
My 7 yr. old granddaughter's favorite to help make since she was 4. So easy and so much fun for kids. You and the kids can just have fun. Let them be creative with their "sprinkles." Dough gets a little slippery when dipped in the egg white.
I've had this recipe for years. Probably got it off a bag of M&M's. Nice, crunchy, treat. A different twist on the old tried and true M&M cookie recipes. Great for bake sales because they're different.
Mrs. Eddy was the wife of our parish priest back when my mom was a young mother. According to mom, Mrs. Eddy was a great cook. Taught the ladies of the church that the only way to make macaroni or potato salad for a crowd was to "mix it up, mayo and all, with your hands." You know what? She was right on. This recipe is too delicious not to be tried. After all, it came from Mrs. Eddy!!
My first-born (sounds so much better than "oldest") sent this to me with instructions to "absolutely make this bread, or else!" With such tender advice as this, how could I not? It is oh so yummy and smells wonderful in the oven and out.
It's a double layer, and you can cut up your biscuits to sizes you would like (i.e., quarters, third, whatever.) You decide.
Mom's 88 yrs. old now, but her mincemeat pie was a staple every year at the weekly Lenten Luncheons at our church as well as family holiday dinners. I wonder if it had anything to do with the half cup of brandy or rum mom would add to her pie.
My husband's favorite. 9x5x3 inch pan makes a mondo-big loaf. I prefer to make two smaller loaves with the one recipe, but it can be a tad involved. Big or small, this really is a nice bread with a bit of a coffee-cake texture and taste. Crispy top gives it a nice touch.