This is a mediterranean style dressing. A nice kicked up version of a honey mustard dressing. Makes about 1/2 cup.
I use this on salads, chicken and fish. If I use it on meat, I usually
drizzle it on after cooking or use as a dipping sauce. If you try it, I
really hope you enjoy it!
I got this from a booklet I purchased when I was going through my soap making phase. It is a great soap to make as give aways for the holidays!!! Just use candy molds to make minature soaps. Cooking time is set time.
With the season for homegrown tomatoes here, this is a good recipe if you cannot wait for your tomatoes to ripen or at the end of the season if you just have to use those last tomatoes. I use a lot of recipes from cook booklets, which I love to collect. This is another one from "Old Fashioned Tomato Recipes". Cook time does not include time for cooking sweet potatoes.
I am not a big fan of warm or hot drinks, but this one hits the spot for me. It is from an old cook booklet of mine that contains Civil War recipes!!! This is great for holiday parties!!! It is said that when you serve wassail, you should say "Wass hael", which means "to be whole" or "be well"
I do not remember where I got this recipe. I cut it out because I love peanut butter. I really love this pie! Cooking time is chill time. It is different from the other Peanut Butter Silk Pie posted. Hope you enjoy!!!
This was served at my boss' home when he had us over for the office Christmas party. His wife cooked everything that was served. She did an outstanding job! This is the recipe for her biscuits only it uses rolls, not biscuits. She made them the day before and just heated them when it was time for the party!!
I had this at a function a few years ago, but don't remember where. I wrote down the recipe and just came across it. I remember it was good or I would not have bothered with the recipe. Hope you enjoy!!! I have guessed at the number of servings.
This is my neighbor's very simple, but good take off on a Pampered Chef recipe, using their large round stone. I have made this quite a few times since she shared her version with me. I have guessed at the amounts and you can too. It is very easy to eyeball. If you have mix left over, it is even good cooked in a small casserole without the rolls.
I have not had this in years. It was a popular recipe in the mid 1970's, when I was such a young child (?). I found the recipe in a Better Homes and Gardens recipe booklet. It is a very hearty meal, definitely comfort food!!! It makes me wish for cold weather. Prep time includes simmering method for beans. I hope you enjoy!!!!