From Cook's Country. I've always had scrambled eggs cooked to firm. I still consider these completely cooked, but soft and luscious. I was in eggy heaven from the first time I made these. Try a bit of cheese over the top if you can stand it. I've added more of the recipe notes parenthetically.
From Cook's Country, 2009, absolutely delicious! DH could not stop raving about this one. This cake absorbs all of the milk mixture, and does not sit in its own 'puddle'. When heating the condensed milk, my microwave needed to be at 30% to keep from boiling over.
From Cook's Country, October/November 2005: Be careful not to cook the meat beyond pink in step 1; if you let it brown at this point it will end up dry and crumbly. The meat will finish cooking once the liquid ingredients are added. Serve, piled high on a bun, with your favorite pickles.
This is from a Cook's Country episode in 2009, and features cooking the eggs to 160F. Absolutely luscious! My dear son loves this and hubbies eyes roll to the back of his head. No better endorsements than that!
This is from the back of the Angel Flake bag of coconut. Soft, chewy, toothsome, with just a hint of almond flavor. Yummmmm. Let them 'ripen' a few hours before serving to let them soften. The edges can be a bit crispy straight from the oven.
This cake starts with a cake mix, chocolate pudding mix and chocolate chips. But it is the Amaretto that sends it over the top! A friend brings this to work for special occassions. It is absolutely my favorite!
From the book 'Rosie's Bakery All-Butter Fresh Cream Sugar-Packed No Holds Barred Baking Book'. You can stop at one point in the recipe for Rosie's Award-Winning Brownies, or frost them to get her Chocolate Orgasms. Prep-time is an estimate.
If you like a lightly spiced batter clinging to chunks of walnuts, dates and raisins, this cookie is for you! A friend brought this recipe to a cookie exchange, and it became an immediate family favorite. I've baked them every year since. It makes a big batch - 13 dozen - but I haven't tried to halve the recipe as they are too popular! You can decrease the amount a sugar a bit if using pre-chopped dates.
I'm not a big fan of ricotta, so when I found this recipe, I had to try it. I'm so glad I did! While not a pronounced flavor, the sour cream adds a creaminess to the recipe. A big hit with my picky son! I leave out the ground beef for my vegetarian DH.
From 'Taste of Home Cookies' - These are a crisp butter cookie with a secret ingredient. What coffee does for chocolate, the very small amount of maple syrup does for these butter cookies - rich, buttery, mmmmm! The dough rolls into logs and I cut with a pizza cutter for quick production.
From Beranbaum's 'Rose's Christmas Cookies' book, this makes a TON of tiny ginger cookies! Great for holiday parties and open houses. I'd made these as part of a cookie tray for our holiday house tour supporting the historic district in which I live. It takes a while to pipe out all the cookies, but you can get LOTS on one sheet. They last for months in an airtight container - I had mine in plastic zip bags. Times are estimates. Makes at LEAST 25 dozen tiny chip-like cookies.
The directions fill a loaf pan with balls, for a special presentation. This can also be shaped into s standard loaf or a round loaf. Posting this in response to a request. I have not yet tried it, but I will! Times are estimates.